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Marvel Comics has given CBR News an exclusive first-look at two of their biggest mutant events in years, "X-Men" #200, including a first look at Humbert Ramos' cover, and "X-Men: Endangered Species" One-Shot, both out in June.
Director Jon Favreau has fans chasing him for every tidbit, Tim Kring tells all, as does screenwriter Don Payne and Frank Miller goes to Cannes, plus Robots in Disguise to finish off your week.
In part two of CBR's extended post-game report with "Heroes" creator Tim Kring we discuss the possibilities of "Heroes: Origins," the effect illegal downloads have had on the show, the reality of a writers strike and much more.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with solicitation information and images for comics and product shipping in August, 2007.
At long last, Thor returns from Ragnarok, helmed by writer Joe Michael Staczynski. JMS spoke with CBR News about the Thunder God's return and the rebuilding of Asgard.
CBR News and Comics2Film present an interview with "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" screenwriter Don Payne in which he discusses bringing the Surfer to the silver screen.
Writer Jim Ottaviani talks to CBR News about his two new graphic novels, "Levitation," a story about the science of magic; and "Wire Mothers," a story about the science of love.
Tony Stark's all over the place today, Joel Silver feels the Power of Grayskull, Tim Kring speaks his piece and giant robots are spotted in Taiwan, plus scoop on "Smallville" in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
The first season of "Heroes" is now complete and CBR's Jonah Weiland sat down with series creator Tim Kring for the first of an in-depth two-part interview discussing the many ins and outs of the hit series.
Partnership intends to produce films
Written and illustrated by 21-year-old Brazillian newcomer Fernanda Chiella, IN HER DARKEST HOUR stakes a claim on the emotional landscape of loneliness and doubt that everyone has wrestled with at their lowest ebb.
"Once again, CAPE was the best event I attended all year, run by the best comics store I've ever seen. I'm telling all my friends in the industry to attend next year's CAPE show!" - Tony Bedard
DC Comics offers a first look at new collected editions for Fall 2007 starting with these titles scheduled to arrive in stores in October.
This June, the Hulk returns to earth and John Romita, Jr. returns to penciling the Green Goliath in "World War Hulk." CBR News spoke with Romita about the book.
in Nova #3, a tie-in to the mega popular The Initiative storyline, Richard Rider must confront a larger issue-the government sponsored Thunderbolts, a collection of some of the world's most dangerous villains…including Nova's former teammate Speedball (now known as Penance)!
This August, Image Comics and Rick Remender bring horror fans a modern take on the classic ghost story in SORROW. This four issue mini-series masterfully blends all the terror of The Exorcist with the eerie psychosis of David Lynch's Twin Peaks.
Today the Fund is proud to announce that all attendees will receive a full color 11 x 17 commemorative print signed by Terry Moore.
Starting this Wednesday, get prepared to experience the past, present and future of the Silver Surfer as Marvel celebrates one of the most unique heroes to ever grace the pages of a comic book.
Stan "The Man" Lee is back with a brand new Avengers tale about how the Avengers really got together, featuring the art of fan favorite Kevin Maguire, in June's Avengers Classic #1.
Dynamite Entertainment is telling superhero stories with a non-superhero lineup. Director of Marketing Joe Rybandt and "Lone Ranger" scribe Brett Matthews explain how.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, we've got a full color, fully lettered preview of one of the publisher's hottest new issues, "Omega Flight" #3!
She's only 15 and she's helping launch the Minx line of comics. Meet Louise Carey, daughter of Mike Carey, and the comic industry's newest rising star, in her first solo interview.
Courtesy of Paramount Pictures, CBR News presents a new gallery of images from "Stardust," the new film based on the illustrated novel by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess.
The People's Champion continues to electrify fans with teases of heroism, a Cybertronian may be able to play Fall Out Boy and Ciara, the NBC series is already back at work and Obadiah Stane speaks, plus "Watchmen," "Underdog" and more.
She-Hulk # 18 concludes the "Planet Without a Hulk" storyline and with it, Jen Walters finally confronts Iron Man for his involvement in her cousin's disappearance!
Coming in August from Desperado Studios will be an anthology over 300 pages showcasing the insightful writing of Gary Reed. The anthology, OF SCENES AND STORIES.
The surprising answers arrive in Cable & Deadpool #41 & 42, hitting stores this June, featuring the X-Men and showing the events leading up to X-Men #200 from Cable's unique perspective.
The Marvel Illustrated tradition of exquisitely rendered, nuanced adaptations of classic literature continues with Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island #1 (of 6), arriving in stores this June.
Released last year to critical acclaim, 24SEVEN explores a New York City populated solely by robots. The popular anthology returns this August with all-new stories by a veritable Who's Who of comics' best and brightest.
YOU CAN'T KEEP A GOOD BADGER DOWN FOREVER, LARRY! Mike Baron's Badger Returns in November with TPB Collections and a New Miniseries
The Hero Initiative Auctions Off Mike Kelleher AMAZING FANTASY #15 Cover Re-Creation Plus Stan Lee Signed AMAZING SPIDER-MAN OMNIBUS
Long Awaited "Death of Tomb Raider" Storyline Made Available!
This is Namor like you've never seen him before, fighting SHIELD-and Iron Man-to make sure those responsible pay in full!
LA producer Barry Levine and his film outfit Blatant Pictures have partnered with Gary Smith's UK company Intandem Films to raise a $100m film fund for big-screen adaptations of comic books from Blatant's sister company Radical Publishing.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, we've got a full color, fully lettered preview of their crossover with Marvel Comics, "Witchblade/The Punisher." UPDATED with an additional page!
Marvel announced the cancellation of the ongoing "Blade" series today and CBR News caught up with writer Marc Guggenheim for comment.
Head writer Paul Dini joins CBR's Andy Khouri for a candid conversation about DC's "Countdown," its cast, its goals, its secrets, and why the venerable author feels he can relate to Darkseid.
Tintin cartoonist Herge was born a century ago today, and his beloved works remain as popular as ever with millions of books in print, three Hollywood movies in production and a new museum in his honor.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping August, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.