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Marvel Comics has announced that writer Dan Slott is the latest creator to sign an exclusive contract with the publisher.
The faces of Sin City are all on parade, plus Johnny Blaze news keeps getting smuggled out of Australia like koalas packed with coke. We take a closer look at the newest version of Gotham City, and tell Peter Parker to not go too far in the week's last look at links and legends.
A day of discovery, as we find out who'll be trading blows with Ol' Web-head, who will receive the Power of Shazam, how well the Richards family fights together and where you can find a super-powered dog, plus more in the week's penultimate news and rumor summary.
Part two of our extensive chat with Joe Casey arrives, this time talking "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" and "Infantry," plus the latest on "Fantastic Four: First Family," "Full Moon Fever," "Warhead," "Krash Bastards" and a whole lot more.
Image Comics and the "Sea of Red" creative team have given CBR News a unique look at issue #2 of the series, providing us with the raw script by Rick Remender, the breakdowns by Kieron Dwyer and the finished pages by Salgood Sam, all to be compared side-by-side.
Robert Kirkman's four color fantasies are headed for the silver screen, while the words and music of Metropolis are here for your pleasure. We've got rolling thunder down under, going Dutch between Gotham City and Sin City, a toy store full of sneak peeks and more in today's summary.
You know Joe Casey as a comics writer and a columnist here at CBR. Now, in a two-part interview conducted by Jonathan Ellis, go indepth with Casey on, well, pretty much everything. His past and current comics, some words on the future, his music and much, much more.
Things are going bump -- and boom -- in the Australian night as motorcycles roar by, while John Connor gets his goth on, Stan the Man makes another run for the silver screen and dueling websites once again trade broadsides about their fandom for the WB's feel-good Kansas story.
Closing out the year's shortest month with a jam packed news summary looking at new workmen in the Baxter Building, celebrity chatter in Metropolis, Dr. Banner not being in, a possible Silk Spectre, the Justice League on a new frontier and more.
Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada held one of his regularly scheduled Cup O' Joe panels at the MegaCon Convention in Orlando, Florida this weekend, addressing a wide variety of concerns and questions from eager fans.
Atomeka has provided CBR News with the full contents of this Wednesday's "Jack Hunter: G.I. Spy Eyes Only Preview" by Andrew Cosby and Matt Haley. Updated 1:50 PM with more information about the upcoming series.
Take a closer look inside the mind of Frank Miller, while Marvel's conflicted killing machine edges ever closer to the silver screen. We've got snapshots from Kansas and cries for help from Latveria, all in the week's last news summary.
Fans of "Hack/Slash" are going to love 2005. In addition to two previously announced comics, there's a stage adaptation of "Hack/Slash" coming this fall. CBR News spoke to "Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley, Chad Wise (penned the adaptation and directs the play) and the stars of the play, Stefani Bishop and Adam Mack.
Sal Abbinanti's "Atomika" series from Speakeasy finally sees release next month. We've got a preview of the first issue, plus an advance look at upcoming covers by the likes of Michael Turner, Tim Bradstreet, David Mack and more.
PRESS RELEASE: "Amazing Joy Buzzards," "Mora" & "Pigtale" Creators Sing at Meltdown in Hollywood Friday February 25th