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What would the government have done if super-heroes really existed during World War II? B. Clay Moore explores that and other questions in the upcoming mini-series "Battle Hymn." We've got an eight-page lettered preview of issue #1 for you to look at.
Manga Publisher Viz and anime and product licensor ShoPro Entertainment have announced they'll be merging this spring to create a new entertainment company.
Big Blue gets a new director of animation, while FF toys hit the Rhine River valley. We've got Diamond deals from the CIty of Sin, a look inside Neil Gaiman's head, singing along with Bruce Wayne, going to the prom in Smallville and more in today's news summary.
PRESS RELEASE: John Romita Jr., Craig Kyle, Billy Tan, Chrisopher Yost and more at February 13th LA Comic Book & SciFi Convention
PRESS RELEASE: 360ep to Represent Web Comic "Girls with Slingshots" for Licensing and Publishing Opportunities
PRESS RELEASE: Wolfman & Ruiz team-up for "Homeland: The Illustrated History of the State of Israel"
Uh-oh, it's magic starting off our news summary today, with hearsay about Vertigo's bad boy and rumors about Marvel's Thunder God. James Cameron likes anime, Speedy makes a comeback on Cartoon Network and much more.
The Rock and Roll band adventure comic hits stores this week from Image Comics and we caught up with writer Mark Smith for a preview and the latest about the series.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2005.
Marvel has provided CBR News with a five-page preview of the April debuting "Livewires" by Adam Warren and Rick Mays.
This February the sequel to blockbuster film "The Mask" hits theaters. CBR News spoke with screenwriter Lance Khazei about what fans of the comic series and the original film can expect from the sequel.
This April Mike Norton and Mike Baron team up for "Night Club," coming from Image. The story of a Boston bar where a group of people gather to prepare for the coming apocalypse, led by a fire & brimstone preacher named Walter.
A grocery bag-loving cameraman signs on to be the devil's spawn, while things get involved with Mike Mignola's crazy creation, plus barking up the wrong tree in Clark Kent's home town and looking behind the curtain with Joe Quesada's little girl in the week's last news summary.
PRESS RELEASE: Komikwerks' "Henrietta Hex" Project Acquires Director and Screenwriter for Feature Film Development
Who is Hush? Readers thought they learned the answer to this mystery back in "Batman" #619. However, in a recent issue of "Gotham Knights," writer A.J. Lieberman revealed that Hush might not be Tommy Elliot. CBR News spoke with Lieberman about the revived mystery of Hush and his plans for "Gotham Knights," plus preview images from issue #62.
Marvel's three for three this week with exclusives, this time handing one to artist Olivier Coipel
One adventurous fan gets up close and personal with two of the WB's brightest stars, while Joe Quesada's heroine gets help from the OC and Shaft. There's new episodes of DC's adult and teen super-teams, and Wally West edges closer to the silver screen, all while a certain reporter celebrates a birthday.
This March sees "Sharknife" hit stores from Oni Press. The first graphic novel by Corey Lewis, it's got all sorts of action packed sass with a story featuring a robo-magical ninja who knows how to bring the rawk.
Artist Tom Grummet, known for his work on DC books like "Superboy," "Robin," "Teen Titans" and "Power Company," has signed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics.
This April, Speakeasy Comics, Brian Augustyn and artist Dub bring the classic tale of the epic hero Beowulf to the modern world in the new series "Beowful: Gods and Monsters." We spoke with Augustyn about this new take on the character.
Perry White can't read and Marvel's favorite product of glasnost is ready for her close up. All that and Fez speaks about getting his comic book character on and Marvel's first family makes it official on the web.
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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.