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DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in April of 2005. Image loading fixed
This April Chuck Dixon and artist Sergio Cariello will take readers back to the end of World War II and the Fall of Berlin with their six issue mini-series "Iron Ghost." The comic follows the investigation of two Berlin police detectives as they try to uncover the identity of a mysterious vigilante who's killing Nazi soldiers and officials.
Take a look deep inside the depths of Lex Luthor, while we look ahead to what's happening in Kansas' strangest town. Plus, everybody's talking "FF" this weekend, we've got more looks at Gotham City than you can shake a Batarang at, and Johnny Blaze's director has a bunch to say in a jam-packed summary to set off the week.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2005.
Writer Peter Milligan shares his reaction to the recent cancellation of the DC/Vertigo title "Human Target," bringing the series to a close and when and how you might see more adventures.
In advance of its release this Wednesday, Top Cow has provided CBR News with a lettered preview of Millar & Jones' "Wanted" #6.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released industry statistic for the entirety of 2004 showing the top selling comics (#1: "Superman" #204), graphic novels (#1: "Batman: Hush" Vol. 1 TPB) and manga (#1: "Samura Executioner" Vol. 1), as well as which company had the largest market share in 2004.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in December, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 100 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Top 50 Manga.
A tourist report about Gotham City accompanies tons of photos from the grim municipality as our lead item, while FF footage is sneaking out, Keanu stands still and Chuck Xavier's former best friend kicks it old school in our last news summary of the week.
This March Image Comics will bring fans a second volume of "Flight," a unique anthology the first issue of which debuted last summer. Editor Kazu Kibuishi spoke to CBR News and gave us a preview of what's to come.
Don't call him chief -- a TV doctor becomes a big screen editor, and brings along Slim Summers for the ride. Meanwhile, Aaron McGruder's politically-charged humor is headed for a cable box near you, Fez becomes a leading man, you can apparently nag Terence Stamp into doing stuff, and much more in a whimsical day of news and rumors.
Those who tried reserving hotel space Wednesday morning for Comic-Con International discovered rooms closest to the convention went fast. Very fast. What happened? CBR News spoke with CCI's Fae Desmond and David Glanzer to find out, why some people were able to register early and what's being done to help convention goers.
DC Comics has announced they will issue a trade paperback collection featuring six Vertigo #1 issues for only $4.99 in April called "Vertigo: First Taste."
Fresh photos from the Frog with Jor-El speaking as a Limey. We've got notes on spreading some Jim Carrey on it, Lex Luthor in Palm Springs, the psychology of ninjas in red pajamas and an update to the Batcave, all in today's summary.
This April sees the release of "Easy Way" from Christopher Long, Andy Kuhn and IDW. It's the story of four drug addicts who launch a "brilliant" plan to steal drugs, only to wind up running for their lives. We spoke with Long about the book and its very personal inspiration.
DC Comics has announced that it will bring all seven issues of their hit mini-series "Identity Crisis" back in to print this April.
Writer/Director Reginald Hudlin is enjoying writing for Marvel. With "Black Panther" set to begin soon and "Marvel Knights Spider-Man" in his future, CBR News caught up with Hudlin to see how his freshman year at Marvel is going. Plus, the new art team for "MK Spider-Man" with preview art.
Marvel's first family and their least favorite doctor step into the media spotlight, while Keanu gets animated. James Cameron takes a step forward and two websites take a step backwards in chronicling Gotham City, all in today's news summary.
What's Bruce Wayne gonna do on Super Bowl Sunday? We might have the answer, as well as finding out how Hugh Jackman's signing up to make more money, Famke Janssen's looking at more close-ups, Dwayne McDuffie spills the beans, Jennifer Garner gets more downloads and much more.
In advance of their release this Wednesday, Avatar has provided CBR News with six-page previews of the Warren Ellis written "Simon Spector" and "Angel Stomp Future," both part of Ellis Apparat line of comics.
This Summer sees the return of Supergirl to monthly comics in a new series written by Jeph Loeb with art by Ian Churchill. CBR News caught up with Loeb to bring new fans up to speed on Kara and to learn more about his plans for the title.
Who's gonna play Lois Lane and Lex Luthor on the big screen? We know, and we're happy to tell you, along with batting down rumors about the Prince of Eternia, a deluge of details about everybody's favorite pajama-clad Greek ninja, Gary Oldman's special driving lesson and a whole lot more as we close out the week of movie news.