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Friday evening at WonderCon saw an update on upcoming Wildstorm and Vertigo product from Bob Wayne, Jonathan Vankin, Howard Chaykin and Joshua Dysart with updates on new and old projects alike.
During the "Cover Story" panel at WonderCon in San Francisco artists William Stout, Alex Ross, Neal Adams and Adam Hughes discussed the construction of a comics cover. Plus news bits such as Neal Adams making a possible return to Batman.
Coming This July from Wildstorm Signature is "Silent Dragon," a six-issue creator owned series by Andy Diggle and Leinil Yu that blends ancient Japanese culture with gritty sci-fi action. Diggle gave CBR News the scoop on the series as well as the latest on "The Losers" and "Adam Strange." Includes preview art from all three series.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in January, 2005, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2005.
Optimus Prime will be getting a new driver, Robert Rodriguez has a jam session, David Goyer makes big moves and we know the face behind the mask. It's a summary that goes all around the world, with more from "Smallville," Gotham City and all points in between as we close out the week.
This June sees the release of Dan Jolley and Clint Hilinski's "HELL, Michigan" from FC9 Publishing. Where did this upstart publisher come from? FC9 President Tilman Goins stopped by to talk about the company, their first title and future publishing plans.
After two years of production and delays, LeSean Thomas' "Cannon Busters" will hit store shelves this March. Thomas spoke with CBR News about the delays and all the problems faced along the way.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping May, 2005.
A new cape will be swinging into Gotham City, while the Richards get their first taste of the limelight. Will Smith is feeling super, Jamie Kennedy plays it straight, and we've got all the Kryptonian news you can handle in the week's penultimate news summary.
Ron and Justine Fontes, two well-traveled children's book authors, take readers for a trip with the "Tales of the Terminal Diner" anthology.
Another slow news day brings a closer look inside the mind of Frank Miller, your very own pieces of Gotham City, actor interviews from the Dark Horse-based comedy and a new DVD for your collection.
This Wednesday sees the release of "Darkness: Black Sails," a one-shot comic with art by Keu Cha that explores an entirely different portion of the Darkness universe. Writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about the book and what readers should expect.
The Bat goes sword-to-sword with the Demon's Head, while Galactus may have a wrestler for a herald. We miss a favorite in Kansas and keep up with rumors about Johnny Blaze, all in a short-but-sweet news summary.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in May of 2005.
This May sees the debut of the ongoing "ShadowHawk" series from Image. Written by Jim Valentino and Jim Keplinger, the series features Comic Book Idol II winner Carlos Rodriguez as regular series artist. We spoke with all three to get the low down.
We're ready to show love this Valentine's Day, so we'll tell you how to get a date with Jessica Alba ... sort of. Also, we've got a new Perry White and a young Clark Kent, stars aplenty heading down under and so much more in a very busy day at the Comic Reel.
This April sees the first issue of the new horror mini-series "Mnemovore" hit store shelves from DC/Vertigo. We brought together creators Hans Rodionoff, Ray Fawkes and Mike Huddleston for a chat about the series.
Almost one year ago, retailer Brave New World Comics announced they had been robbed of $1700 worth of product, but this story has a happy ending.
In part six of our special coverage of the upcoming Vertigo adaptation, the Comic Reel sits in on a media circus with the film's star where he discusses "Speed 3," how much school he skipped to watch movies and how clothes make the character plus much, much more.
In part five of our special coverage of the upcoming Vertigo adaptation, the Comic Reel sits down with the Academy Award-nominated actor to talk about working with Keanu, speaking carefully and keeping things in balance.
Tony Stark's armored suit stands empty once again, while a bit of Kryptonian lore comes into the new production. We've got a glimpses of what will be and what could have been plus how to make a monster in the week's last news summary.
From rumor to reality, Alan Moore's superhero opus is headed to the big screen, while Nicolas Cage gets more cast members for his motorcycle madness, there's another rumor about who'll get the tiara, Peter Parker may get a laugh and much more in the week's penultimate news summary.
Part four of our special coverage. Does the screenplay for the Vertigo adaptation stand up to the dazzling visual stylings of Francis Lawrence? Find out why seeing this movie is like dating a stereotypical cheerleader, with spoilers aplenty revealed along the way.
In April, with his six issue Wildstorm series "City of Tomorrow," Howard Chaykin takes readers to the island city of Colombia, a once idyllic community until something turned the robotic servants of Colombia into criminal masterminds. Chaykin spoke to CBR News about the series. Updated with preview images.
There's word from a land down under about just where Johnny Blaze will ride into town, plus we've got a Phantom Zone fulla casting rumors about big screen Kryptonian adventures, snippy star quotes about the ones on the small screen, presidents turning into amphibians and much more.
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