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Last year, Andreyko spoke honestly with fans about the state of "Manhunter" and the potential future of the DC Comics series. With the spotlight once again on the series, due to some big revelations, Andreyko is here to tell you about the book.
Take the time to relive that Super Bowl commercial, rumors swirl around Topher Grace, Mace Windu picks up another sword, we swing by Kansas and even have news on Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme, "Runners," the next "Batman" movie and "Ultimate Avengers."
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five page previews of February 8th shipping titles "Bomb Queen" #1, "Guncandy" #2, "Invincible" #28 and "Runes of Ragnan" #3.
When Simone Bianchi's work debuted in "Seven Soldiers: Shining Knight," a lot of fans took notice. Today, Bianchi's a rising star in comics and we caught up with him to learn more about his work and what's next for this exciting artist.
There's so much info coming out of Westchester that it's ridiculous with the Angel talking about flying lessons and a new look at Slim Summers and Hank McCoy. Plus Bryan Singer's heading to the Bay Area, Nic Cage helps build an FX company, Steve Jobs could have an effect on Will Eisner's legacy, plus much more.
Even with his DC Comics exclusive contract, writer Kurt Busiek still has a few more "Conan" tales at Dark Horse Comics. One of them arrives in March, entitled "Book of Thoth" and Busiek told CBR about the project.
Spider-Man loves Mary Jane Watson because…well, there's a very clear answer this February, as Tom Beland writers "Web Of Romance," part of the "I (Heart) Marvel" event. Beland spoke to CBR News about the tale and what it's like to live a dream.
After selling out "Infinite Crisis" #4 at DC Comics, the publisher has announced they will be going back to press with a new printing sporting a pencils-only version of Jim Lee's cover.
Get yourself a good gander at the other love of Peter Parker's life, while there's widow mackin' and a Teen Titan in Kansas' strangest town, a Tomb Raider maybe headed to Frank Miller's noirish metropolis and could a ward of Wayne be headed back to Cartoon Network? Find out inside.
Updated: Artist Seth Fisher passed away yesterday and the comic community continues to react to the sad news.
Starting with issue #42, the creative chores on "Wolverine" will be handled by writer Marc Guggenheim and fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos, according to a press release issued by Marvel today. Updated
This April, vampires will fear both the cross and the guy who hung from it when Jesus returns to battle the blood thirsty undead hordes that threaten humanity. This is the premise of the 48 page one-shot "Loaded Bible: Jesus vs. Vampires." CBR News spoke with writer Tim Seeley about the book
Moon Knight was originally set to return to the Marvel U in a six-issue mini-series, but now the Fist of Khonsu bursts back onto the scene in an ongoing book this April. CBR News spoke with "Moon Knight" writer Charlie Huston for more details, plus we've got new, first look preview art.
Gotham's Dark Knight Detective gets some unwelcome presents, Harry Osborn makes a fatal decision, Clark Kent gets another DCU visitor and things get exaggerated in ancient Greece. Plus, when can you register at Xavier's? We may have an idea ...
Marvel Comics has released 6 page previews of February 22nd shipping titles "Storm" #1, "NextWave" #2 and "X-Men: Deadly Genesis" #4.
Artist George Pratt recently stopped by the CBR chat room to talk about his Eisner-award winning work on "Wolverine: Netsuke," working on "Enemy Ace: War Idyll," his love of the blues, and about flying over the Catskill Mountains in a bi-plane with Herb Trimpe and more.
Starting in "New Avengers #16," the New Universe's Kickers, Inc. are coming back for one last adventure. Writer Jeff Parker spoke to CBR News about the back-up tales and explained what's next for "Interman."