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More mechanized madness with the kids from Cybertron, while Peter Parker hangs out, Wesley Crusher gets magnetic and more in today's news summary.
UPDATED Marvel Comics has released previews of four July shipping titles, "Uncanny X-Men" #475, "Beyond" #1, "Incredible Hulk" #96 and "Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt And the Arizona Girl."
This August, Matt Wagner revisits the Dark Knight's early years in the new mini-series "Batman and the Mad Monk." We spoke with Wagner at length about the series, as well as his plans for the 25th anniversary of Grendel in 2007.
Sure, ninjas get all the love, but you can't count out the samurai, not when writer Gary Reed is at the helm. Reed told CBR News about his new illustrated novel from Actionopolis, plus discussed his time running Caliber and more.
The news barely shows up to work, with a closer look at the devil in the details, a game show for Clark, Lex and Lois and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
In our continuing feature on "Agents of Atlas", CBR News gets some hard Intel from writer Jeff Parker for the agent profile: Jimmy Woo. Plus, we have news about our expanded coverage of "Agents of Atlas" as well as new interiors from issues #1 & #2.
Thus far he's helped you understand and reinvent comics, but this September Scott McCloud's going to help you make comics. Coming from Harper Collins this September is McCloud's latest work, "Making Comics." We caught up with McCloud to get the latest.
Fantasy/Comic Book artist legend Tim Hildebrandt passed away earlier today, according to a statement released by the creator's brother. CBR News has also learned how fans may express their condolences to the family and share their love for Tim's art.
Only one issue of Boom! Studios "Talent" has hit stands, but the mini- series has caught the eye of Hollywood. CBR News spoke with Boom! publisher Ross Richie about the recently signed deal that will bring "Talent" to the silver screen.
The early word is coming in for Kal-El's big screen adventure, while Mr. Fantastic spills the beans, Anthony Anderson hangs out with giant robots, Agent Weiss gets super powers and much more.
Robert Taylor checks in with his last Reflections on CBR for two months by chatting with the creators behind the upcoming "Union Jack," Christos Gage & Mike Perkins.
It's week five of DC's weekly "52" comic and Justin checks in with the latest from the series. What's he guessed right thus far? Plus some thoughts on the future direction of the series.
We bring to a close our coverage of Friday's "Superman Returns" Junket with actor Kevin Spacey, who discusses playing Luthor, what attracted him to this role and you'll also get a chance to hear Spacey tell the hillarious story of how he tormented Brandon Routh on the set.
Here's your chance to hear how the story in "Superman Returns" began and the many pressures Screenwriters Dougherty & Harris felt while working to bring comics' greatest icon back to the Silver Screen.
In the film "Superman Returns," actress Parker Posey plays Kitty Koslowski, Lex Luthors girlfriend. During the junket Friday, Parker discusses how she came to be involved with "Superman Returns," her characters relationship with Lex Luthor and more.
We continue our "Superman Returns" coverage with Director Bryan Singer, who discusses the exhausting challenge of making the film, on casting Routh as Superman and whether he'll be back for a sequel.
We continue our coverage of "Superman Returns" by talking with actor Sam Huntington who plays Jimmy Olsen. San talks about the role, on working with original Jimmy, Jack Larson, and what happened when he saw Routh in the super-suit for the first time.
The reports from the "Superman Returns" junket continue. We spoke with DC Comics President Paul Levitz, who updated their slate of upcoming productions and spoke to the challenges of adapting super hero comics for film and TV.
We continue our reports from the "Superman Returns" press junket. Next up is actor Brandon Routh, who discussed the challenges of playing Clark Kent/Superman and what he learned as an actor from this production and in working with Bryan Singer.
CBR News was in the audience Thursday night and amongst the first to see the upcoming feature film "Superman Returns." What's the verdict? Read on for a spoiler-free review.
Friday afternoon in Los Angeles, the cast of "Superman Returns" assembled for interviews with the press. CBR News now presents the first in our series with actress Kate Bosworth, who plays Lois Lane in the film.
Today, CBR News continues its cosmic powered spotlight on Marvel Comics "Eternals" with an interview with the man bringing Neil Gaiman's scripts to life, series artist John Romita Jr. Plus, we've got three pages of new art from "Eternals" #1.