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"Mora" creator and "The Red Sea" illustrator Paul Harmon announces his new weekly web-comics strip, "Welcome To Falling Oaks," the story of a twisted town, a little girl, and her enormous bunny -- and we've got the first episode!
Robbi Rodriguez is the man charged with bringing to life the stories of two maintenance workers working for the world's leading evil science corporation in Oni Press' "Maintenance." CBR News spoke with Rodriguez about the series, as well as what's next.
Marvel Comics' all-ages line has become popular with children and adults alike, and CBR News sat down with some of the writers and editors behind Marvel Adventures to see what makes this new universe go 'round.
Tony Stark makes an animated appearance, NBC's hit cast is back to strike a pose, Tori Spelling hits Kansas and Frank Miller gets reviewed, plus a big "Spider-Man 3" tidbit.
CBR's weekly series of Studio Tours continues with a look inside the home of artist Matt Haley, best known for his gorgeous DC Comics covers. Haley offers insights into his creative process, musical tastes, and gives his fellow artists some free advice.
Writer Brian Reed talks to CBR News about the "Ms. Marvel Special," as well as what's in store for the titular heroine through "Civil War" and beyond.
Fans and retailers were this week alarmed to discover that west coast comics stores would be receiving far fewer copies of Marvel Comics' "Civil War" #6 than were actually ordered. CBR News spoke with Diamond and Marvel to get the full story.
CSBG's Greg Burgas has created the ultimate guide to Grant Morrison's epic DC Comics maxiseries, spotlighting one issue a day all throughout the month of December.
What big changes are happening for Clark in upcoming weeks? Find out, plus two tidbits from the Land of the Rising Sun showing stuff we haven't seen before, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
CBR News speaks with WildStorm Executive Editor Scott Dunbier about the special one-off issue, which is to be illustrated by Darick Robertson.
It's a hard knock life being a Mutant so you need a team of X-Men that can take the hardest of knocks. The cast of Mike Carey's "X-Men" is that team, and we spoke with the writer about the book.
Celebrated "Kabuki" creator David Mack lends his award-winning talents to Zenescope Entertainment's series, which explores the origins of the psychopathic John Doe.
Professor Broom's pride and joy has a new animated trailer, there's warlords on the web, Magneto makes pals with Gaiman, there's turtles everywhere plus news on "Transformers," "The Dark Knight," "Spider-Man 3" and more.
In the final part of our four part series, Andy, Dave, Emmet and George take a moment to discuss the comics and events they're looking forward to the most in 2007.
Andy, Dave, George and Emmett share their Top 5 lists for the best writers, artists and books of 2006. Do you agree with their choices? Read the article, then offer up your own Top 5 lists here on the CBR Forums.
It's week 34 and the Suicide Squad gets busy! Justin has your complete run down, and Brian Eason returns with Crisis Continuity, this time taking a look back on the Suicide Squad of the past.
Andy, Dave, Emmett and George are back for part two of their discussion of trends seen in the industry in 2006, with a focus on late shipping books and the revitalization of Image Comics.
This February, the "Witchblade Manga" comes to America in a newly colored series. We spoke with Top Cow's Marketing Director Filip Sablik and colorist Blond to learn about bringing this series Stateside and got a side-by-side comparison of the original and colored art.
Was the story in "Action Comics" #1 actually made up of a cut-up comic strip? Why was Jack Kirby removed from the cover of "Fantastic Four" #236? Did Geraldo appear in an issue of "Count Duckula?"
Guess who's coming to town? We find out, while Michael Chabon suffers in development hell, the NBC series lets slip some details and Harry Osborn likes being bad, plus more.
Four of CBR's regular news writers get together to discuss the trends in the comic industry over the past year. Cross-overs, multiple covers, top talent reviving B-grade characters, fanboy entitlement and much more in part one of our four part year end round up.
DC Comics' first book from its female-oriented Minx line is "Plain Janes" and artist Jim Rugg stopped by CBR News to talk about that book, as well as the potential return of "Street Angel."
DC Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at several upcoming issues of some of their most exciting series. We've got full-color previews of "Batman" #661, "The Spirit" #2, and "Supergirl & The Legion Of Super-Heroes" #25.
Another slow news day brings a peek into the animated Tony Stark's experience, heroes on a half-shell and a better look at Johnny Storm having a rough day.
This February will see the debut of Dynamite's "Witchblade: Shades Of Gray" by Leah Moore & John Reppion and Stephen Segovia, in which Oscar Wilde's immortal finds himself dealing with Top Cow's sexiest heroine.
Rick Remender invites us into his just moved into home studio in Portland, Oregon, giving some insight into the working environment of the writer behind "Fear Agent" and "Strange Girl" and the artist behind "The Last Christmas."