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Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2006.
In one of the slowest news days in recorded history, we take a peek at digital displays in Kansas' strangest town and check out the HMO coverage in Gotham City.
Love him or hate him, writer Chuck Austen is a lightning rod for discussion and CBR News sat down with the scribe to talk about his new book, "Boys of Summer" and fan response to his previous work. In Part One, Austen openly discussed criticisms of his work, the state of the industry and agreed to the ultimate fanboy charity event.
Marvel Comics has released previews of March 8th shipping titles "Fantastic Four: First Family" #1, "Spider-Man: Unlimited" #14, "Son of M" #4 and "Untold Tales of the New Universe: Nightmask." Updated with a preview of "Ultimate Spider-Man" #91.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2006.
DC Comics announced today they'll be offering a second title in support of Free Comic Book Day 2006. "Superman/Batman" #1 FCBD Edition will join the already announced "Justice League Unlimited" #1.
Narwain's been making a name for itself with its breadth of series and "Bluff" is one of those titles drawing interest. CBR News spoke with writer Giovanni Masi to learn more about the adventures of Narwain's top dog.
We find out when our travel plans will take us back to Miller's noirish metropolis, find out that Christian Gossett is getting a big check, who's getting a cape in the Luna Brothers TV adaptation, talk patriotism with Avi Arad, plus looking in on "V For Vendetta," "X-Men: The Last Stand," Luke Cage" and much more.
Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp tell the tale of a barbarian tough enough to kick sand in Conan's face at the beach with "Wolfskin," coming from Avatar Press in April. We sat down with Ellis & Ryp to learn more.
In a lengthy interview, Greg Rucka sat down with CBR News to let us know his One Year Later plans and talked about the end of "Gotham Central." Step inside and find out the latest on the new Checkmate.
Week two of Robert Taylor's interview column at CBR brings an interview with one of the biggest stars in comics today, Ethan Van Sciver. What are Ethan's thoughts on his "Green Lantern" run and what's to come from "Superman/Batamn?" Come on in and find out.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2006.
You can feel the love in the air, with extensive coverage of Bryan Singer and Brandon Routh at Wondercon, fresh looks at Marvel's Merry Mutants, Gareb Shamus cashing a check, a two-dimensional Liz Sherman, plus news on "We3," "Ultimate Avengers," "V For Vendetta," "Spider-Man 3" and "Smallville."
"I serve the comic book community," said Bryan Singer during a press only conference at WonderCon on Saturday. CBR News was there with highlights from Singer and Brandon Routh's chat with the assembled press.
For the third time in three days at WonderCon, DC Comics presented "Infinite Crisis" and "52" creators Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Geoff Johns with Dan Didio and Steve Wacker on Sunday to prepare fans for what's to come in the DCU.
Sunday saw Wildstorm editor Scott Dunbier lay out details of upcoming releases from Wildstorm, including comments from Morrison & Lee on "Wildcats," Morrison's plans for "The Authority," Gail Simone on "Gen13" and much more.
As announced yesterday at Wondercon, artist Cliff Chiang will be illustrating the upcoming "Crisis Aftermath: Spectre" mini-series. CBR News spoke with the artist to learn more about his recent work and what he's got planned for the Spectre.
Saturday afternoon saw a packed auditorium welcome "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer to WonderCon in San Francisco. Singer brought with him a special guest, Superman himself, Brandon Routh. We've got a full report from the panel.
Saturday afternoon at WonderCon the spotlight was turned on writer Grant Morrison. Among the highlights was Morrison revealing plans for an "Invisibles" follow-up, the status of the various movie adaptations in the pipeline and much more.
The entire DCU is gearing up for "One Year Later" and "52" and the DC staff talked about some of their plans Saturday afternoon at WonderCon. We've got a full report that includes news of Grant Morrison writing a Batman comic.
Veteran writer Peter David has been working all over this industry for 20 years now, but for the next three years he'll be doing it exclusively with Marvel, with a few exceptions, as announced at WonderCon today. We caught up with David to get the details.
In an attempt to get everyone in fandom up to speed on the upcoming changes in the DC Universe, Dan Didio, Greg Rucka, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, and Steve Wacker (editor of "52") took audience questions at WonderCon Friday evening.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five page previews of February 15th shipping titles "Girls" #10, "Shadowhawk" #9 and "Strange Girl" #6.
DC Comics updated fans on the status of their Vertigo imprint Friday afternoon at WonderCon and announced details of a drawing to be held Saturday morning for fans to see an advance screening of "V for Vendetta."
Boom! Studios held a panel Friday afternoon to discuss their upcoming plans, including news that the DeMatteis/Ploog series "The Stardust Kid" will be moving to Boom! from Image. Also, news on "X-Isle," "Jeremiah Harm," "Hero Squared" and more.
Rounding out our chats with the creators of Voicebox Comics, writer Brandon Jerwa fills us in on his book, "The Last Bastion," which follows a group of magic users who become the first costumed super-heroes in the Voicebox universe.
Mama McCoy's bouncing baby boy answers the call of "suit up," while Daniel Clowes gets a trailer, we've got Wally West getting social, "Asterix" getting acquired like Al Michaels, more name changes for Aquaman, a summer teaser for Peter Parker, plus news on "Death Note," "Smallville," "Watchmen" and the sequel to "Batman Begins."
Using San Francisco's WonderCon as the backdrop, the CBLDF named Greg Thompson the Fund's new Debuty Director.
J. Torres is bringing some Canadian flavor to the comic book market with "Degrassi: The Next Generation" original graphic novels. Torres spoke exclusively with CBR News about the project.