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When it comes to mysterious monsters, few know them better than "Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who makes his Marvel debut with "Super-Skrull." CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his role in Marvel's "Annihilation" event and plans for "Lost."
Updated With New Art & Creative Team Information. To ring in the new year, Marvel Comics has announced a second ongoing "Wolverine" series, entitled "Wolverine: Origins," which promises to reveal more about the past of everyone's favorite Canuck.
Don't get your hopes up for a ride back to the Watchtower just yet -- we take a gander at MJ's 'do, get ready for a death in Kansas, discuss casting rumors and take a peek in on that new "Blade" TV show, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Since his acclaimed launch of the "Lucifer" series at Vertigo, Mike Carey's star has been rising not only in the comic book industry, but in a number of creative media. In Part One of a Two Part interview, Carey spoke frankly about his time in comics and what his plans are with Marvel Comics.
It's an animation heavy day as we get a big website and Bryan Hitch talking about an Ultimate animated smackdown, while Supergirl goes back to the future, Tony Stark gets a project of his own and Marvel's Merry Mutants get technical.
No movie going experience is complete without the coming attractions. In March, 2006 Tim Seeley keeps that in mind with "Hack/Slash: Trailers." CBR News spoke with Seeley about the book, which places slasher hunters Cassie Hack and Vlad in a number of wild and wacky situations.
The web is buzzing with the news that could be about the Last Son of Krypton, while Professor X foresees casket bringin' and slow song singin' in Westchester. You'll soon be able to bring anarchy into your own home, Eric Bana is feeling his strength being sapped, and much more for the first news summary of 2006.
In our final, and lengthy, conclusion to our 2005 review, the "Three Terrific" struggle with naming their favorite creators & comics, while also contemplating the new year. Find out who made the lists and which comics are must-reads.
In a few short months, CBR News will share exclusive "Superman Returns" interviews with readers, from the set visit in July, 2005. As a New Year's gift, Warner Bros has allowed a brief preview of things to come.
To end the year right, the CBR News staffers Arune Singh, Dave Richards & George Tramountanas have gathered round the bonfire to discuss the year 2005 in comic books. In this first part, the "Three Terrific" discuss emerging trends in comic books and their feelings on these matters.
In the absolute last news summary of the year brings vague hints from a stunt man, proposal art from a failed Czarnian invasion, a fresh face taking on the Children of the Atom, Natalie Portman with and without hair and more looks at the latest Lois Lane.
This May, The Marvel Universe is shattered by a conflict that will pit hero against hero when Marvel comics launches its latest big event, "Civil War" a seven issue mini-series by writer mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven. CBR News spoke with Marvel Editor In Chief Joe Quesada for some inside info on this mega-story.
Franklin Richards, Marvel Comics' smartest little boy, is about to get in some big trouble again, and Marc Sumerak & Chris Eliopoulos are along for the ride. CBR News spoke with the two creators to learn more about the new "Franklin" one-shot.
Exclusive! Matt Wagner talks about bringing Christine Spar to the silver screen, while a Marauder heads for Westchester, there may be no Faith in Themiscira and Lex and Lana get some alone time in a panic room, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Following the announcement that Kurt Busiek had signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics, CBR News tracked the writer down to talk one-on-one about what this all means for himself and his fans.
DC Comics announced today in a press release that writer Kurt Busiek has signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics.
We talked with Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson talk about their latest project, "Supermarket," which includes a Yakuza crime family, a Porno Swede crime family, and some gutter rats. You know you wanna find out more...
Entries are now being accepted for the 18th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards and we've got the details on how you can submit your work.
The stream of news items about comic book properties heading to adaptations dries up into less than a trickle as the year draws to a close, but we take a look at another Frank Miller recreation with real stuff and try to play Guess The Atlantean Monarch on who will be swimming into your living room.
Matt Wagner stopped by the CBR chat room recently to discuss his new DC project, "Batman and the Monster Men," Grendel's 25th anniversary, Matt's thoughts on continuity and "All-Star Batman," and a very cool news announcement at the end of chat.
Another slow news day brings in details on Bruce Wayne swinging into your living room, a sneak peek at the Last Son of Krypton with the whole world in his hands and a lot of back patting in Kansas' strangest town (especially since it's really located in Canada).
He's played an elven king and a digital villain, but now Hugo Weaving is Alan Moore's anarchic terrorist and he's got lots to say about it. Plus: Halle Berry feels fly, Jett Jackson comes to Kansas, the Spartans get a video blog and much more in the week's first news summary.
Everybody's talking about Frank Miller, as he plans multiple sequels for Nancy and the gang, while his phalanxes get their digital due courtesy of Warner Brothers. Plus, we take another look at a simply "super" Brandon Routh in the week's last news summary.
Marvel's next big event, "Civil War," is clouded in secrecy, so CBR News spoke with editor Tom Brevoort to learn about the event and how it ties into the company's bigger plans.
Earlier today, Marvel Comics provided previews for upcoming titles shipping in January: "Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1," "New Mangaverse #1" and "X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl #1."
In 1986 many criminals were forced to become insomniacs. This was the only way they could escape "Nightmask", a hero whose powers allowed him to enter and manipulate their dreams. "Nightmask" is one of the characters from Marvel Comics' 1986 "New Universe" line who returns in a series of one-shot specials this March. CBR News spoke with Fred Van Lente writer of "Untold Tales of the New Universe: Nightmask."
It's beginning to look a lot like a ghost town, as we rely on Kal-El's media coverage to start us off, with another clip of Johnny Blaze to keep us warm and a holiday greeting from Brett Ratner, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.