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Rosario Dawson is just one of the new sights we have to share with you today, while Typhoid Mary talks about making out with Jennifer Garner, Bruce has got a gun, the battling "Smallville" sites once again trade broadside salvos, Jessica Biel brags and Top Cow goes international in this summary of today's happenings.
In 1990 Mark Verheiden, Jan Strnad and D'Israeli created a series about a future America where terrorism was a very real problem. This December, Atomeka brings "Stalkers" back to print and we caught up with Verheiden to learn more. Includes a 12-page preview.
An imaginary new comic line in an imaginary fifth week with Warren Ellis at the helm of it all... CBR gets the skinny from the Apparat artists: Jacen Burrows, Laurenn McCubbin, Carla Speed McNeil and Juan Jose Ryp. Plus, preview art from all four books.
Somebody's gonna get to see the Wesley Snipes-fueled vampire sequel almost a month early, rumors have been confirmed about the WB passing on Warren Ellis' world-saving visions, tons of news on Marvel's favorite red-clad ninja and much more. UPDATED with a brief comment from Warren Ellis himself!
Writer/Artist Paul Harmon brings a tale of a different sort of witch to Image Comics in February with "Mora." We chatted with Harmon about the series, plus we've got a nine-page preview.
It seems like Alan Moore's masterpiece once again lacks direction, while we've got more bad guys than you can shake a katana at, tidbits about the hit WB series and a rumor on which actor will be looking for Kal-El to kneel before Zod ...
Hollywood producer Michael Uslan sat down with CBR News to discuss the upcoming "The Spirit" film. Uslan talks about plans for the film, which characters may make it into the production and what sort of involvement creator Will Eisner will have with the film's production.
More details trickle in on who will join Tony Stark on the silver screen, a battalion of babes are visible in upcoming WB episodes, there's visual trickery and set shots from Vancouver as well as choosing the man who will bring Autobots and Decepticons to life.
Next May, IDW Publishing will release the first issue of Igor Kordey and Alex de Campi's action-thriller "Smoke," a three-issue series set ten years in the future in a London filled with corruption. Includes loads of sketch art and the first inked pages from the book.
Could Warren Ellis' mad visions be stopped before they ever hit the silver screen? We try to find out, while Zack Snyder talks about the less-publicized Frank Miller adaptation, Keanu is back in front of the camera, Tony Stark gets a little Oedipal and and Dr. Doom sends out the mail ...
In our final piece on Wildstorm's "The Intimates" we talk with the man providing the look for the series, Giuseppe Camuncoli. He shares some thoughts about the book, who his American and European influences are, plus the final two pages of preview art.
With word that Giffen & DeMatteis' one-shot "Hero Squared X-Tra Sized Special" #1 will be delayed, CBR News caught up with Atomeka Publisher Ross Richie to find out what's going on, whether we'll see more "Hero Squared" offerings, as well as a 12-page lettered preview.
Liam Neeson snipes at "Spider-Man" while fansites work hard to dodge Fox's phalanxes of legal ninjas. DC's teen team open up a branch office and Clark gets half naked with every hot teen girl in town, all in today's news summary.
It's editor Alex Sinclair's turn to talk about "The Intimates." Sinclair discusses coming on to the title, working with Joe & Jim, what his editorial style is like and a little about what you can expect from other books he's involved in, plus more preview art.
The people putting the "super" in Clark Kent's life have been chosen, and the French comedy-western is for real. You've got Christian Bale as a miniature, Mark Steven Johnson talking Spirit of Vengeance and Man Without Fear, and more celluloid commentary in the week's last news summary.
This January Scott McCloud explores the stronger side of Superman's character in the three-issue series "Superman: Strength." McCloud talks about the series, who the players are and what you can expect.
Yesterday we spoke with Joe Casey, but today it's Jim Lee's turn to talk about "The Intimates." Lee talks about the creative process with Joe, working with artist Giuseppe Camuncoli and much more with additional preview art.
Could one of the President's men get sized up for a solar-powered suit of armor? While we ponder that, get a good look at the latest couture in Gotham City and for flame-headed motorcyclists, rumors about fathers from other worlds, Dr. Quinn comes to Kansas, and Rob Bowman talks about directing Jennifer Garner.
Famed comics retailer Bill Liebowitz, owner of the Golden Apple Comics chain in Southern California, died last night. He was 63.
Over the next few days CBR News will be talking with the creative team behind the November debuting title "The Intimates." Today we sit down with writer Joe Casey to get his impressions of the series, along with two lettered pages from issue #1.