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Yesterday we shared with you DVD style commentary on "Red Sonja" #0 by writer's Michael Avon Omeing and Mike Carey. Today, Oeming is back to take a look at "Red Sonja" #6.
Time for another early look at the newest Daywalker, plus getting Sam Jackson a new sword, switching future kings of Atlantis, examinations of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Green Arrow leading the way, plus news on "Hack/Slash," "Smallville," and more.
Late Tuesday night, IDW Publishing sent out a single piece of art, with no further explanation, promoting a Transformers series to debut this summer. What's the deal? We'll let the fans lead the speculation.
For three years Jim McLauchlin has guided Top Cow Studios as Editor-In-Chief. At the end of this month he plans to step down, with Managing Editor Renae Geerlings set to take on the EiC title. We spoke with both McLauchlin and Geerlings about these changes.
Earth's Mightiest Heroes make their way to the home theatres of people around the world, and CBR has a review of the premiere of Marvel's deal with Lion's Gate Films.
Marvel Comics has released six-page previews of March 15th shipping titles "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" #6 and "Runaways" #14.
Yesterday we brought you part one of our public Q&A with the architects of Marvel's big cosmic event, "Annihilation." Keith Giffen & Editor Andy Schmidt. Today we've got part two with the remainder of your questions, plus a whole heap of new "Annihilation: Prologue" art & the sketch variant cover.
Today Marvel Comics announced that "Giant Size Ms. Marvel" #1 has sold out and have provided artwork from "Ms. Marvel" #1.
We sat down with "Red Sonja" writer's Michael Avon Oeming and Mike Carey to get a behind-the-scenes look at "Red Sonja." Today we present a DVD style commentary with the guys focusing on issue #0, with all 15 pages available for preview.
More details drift in from the final semester at Xavier's, while Marcellus Wallace gets a little wet, there's web-only content to keep you interested in Kansas, Natalie Portman talks about her new hairdo, plus rumors about the "Batman Begins" sequel.
A couple of weeks back we asked you to participate in a Q&A session with the architects of Marvel's big cosmic event, "Annihilation." Keith Giffen & Editor Andy Schmidt tackled your questions and we've got the first of two articles with the answers to your questions.
Today Marvel Comics released both the colored and black & white versions of Simone Bianchi's variant cover to "Squadron Supreme" #1. Includes the official press release.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Fathom" #7, written by J.T. Krull and featuring art by penciller Koi Turnbull and inker Jason Gorder.
Dynamite Entertainment announced today they've extended their agreement with MGM to continue publishing "Army of Darkness" comics.
Could the Silver Surfer say, "whoa?" We get more looks at dystopian England, guess who's coming to dinner at Avengers Mansion, somebody's getting a trip to the thirtieth century, plus news on "Captain America," "Smallville," "Deathlok" and more.
Last week, we spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about the adventures in store for Painkiller Jane in her new, ongoing series from Dynamite Entertainment. In part two of our feature on "Painkiller Jane," we talk with artist Lee Moder about brining the crime plagued world of New York to life.
Frazer Irving found himself with a whole new set of fans with the publication of "Klarion the Witch Boy." The artist is now wowing a whole new set of fans with his work on "Iron Man: Inevitable." Robert Taylor sat down with Irving to discuss his work.
This April, Cellar Door Publishing releases "I Am Sparatacus," a graphic novel by Dan Wickline and Ilkka Lesonen that chronicles the story of one cop as she searches for atonement. CBR News caught up with Wickline to discuss the series, as well as the recent release of "30 Days of Night: Dead Space."
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in January, 2006, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga. Not surprisingly, DC's "Infinite Crisis" #4 leads the pack this month, with Marvel leading all publishers in sales and units.
How close can you get to Bryan Hitch's work? We find out from character designer Steve Gordon, while Halle Berry reminds us why she's crazy, we look in on ancient Greece, buck the "Superman Curse," do even more coverage of "V for Vendetta" plus much more in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.