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Exclusive Signings Only From Marvel and Dynamic Forces!
Civil War: The Initiative has sold out at Diamond and Marvel is rushing back to press for a second printing on this giant-sized one-shot by modern legends Bendis, Ellis, and Silverstri!
Other Booth Events Include Campbell, Gossett and Mayhew Signings and Ebay Lunch And Sketch With Perkins and Gage!
Comic Book Challenge Winner D.J. Coffman's Book to Hit Shelves on March 21
Writer Arnold Drake, a mainstay at DC Comics during the 60s and 70s and best known as the creator of THE DOOM PATROL and DEADMAN, died Monday at the age of 83 of complications stemming from a recent bout with pneumonia.
PRESS RELEASE: WildStorm Updates Publishing Plans for "Nightmare on Elm Street," "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," More
Starting in June, WildStorm's titles based on popular horror movies from New Line Cinema - A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, FRIDAY THE 13TH and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE - will change from monthly comics to a series of specials and miniseries.
PRESS RELEASE: "George W. Bush and the Weapons of Mass Distraction" Tell a Comical Story of Politics Gone Awry
Trading Cards about Influential Leaders Mix Facts and Satire.
Per Captain America's last request, talk show host Stephen Colbert received last night the fallen hero's most valuable possession -- his indestructible vibranium shield.
Warner Bros. has provided CBR News with a huge gallery of screenshots, cast photos and production art from "TMNT," released March 23rd.
Marvel comics published on their official site today an image of the Punisher in a very Cap-like costume, addressing certain post-"Civil War" suspicions about the mantle of Captain America.
Kompany X and its founder John Leekley has collaborated with Michael D. Olmos' Chamber Six to create the upcoming title JOHNNY DELGADO IS DEAD: THE BALLAD, which will launch on July 26th, 2007 at Comic-Con International, distributed by Silent Devil.
Marvel is pleased to announce that Iron Man #15 has sold out at Diamond.
Cap killer Tom Brevoort guest-blogs at Comics Should Be Good to take a look at the media attention Marvel's generated over the last year, especially with the death of Captain America.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with full-color previews and solicitation info for these new issues shipping this week to comic stores everywhere.
When you're on a roll, bet big, or so sez the "300" director, while an indie book hits the big time, we go in depth with the cast of the NBC series, take a look in the sewers, plus scoop on "FF2," animated "Hellboy" projects and more.
Dark Horse comics has released images and solicitation images for comics and products shipping in June, 2007.
CBR News attended the "Heroes" Q&A at the William S. Paley Television Festival this weekend, where creator Tim Kring was joined by the entire cast and shared their thoughts on the hit series and gave insight into its production.
Marvel has released a preview of "Amazing Spider-Man: Swing Shift," their offering for this year's Free Comic Book Day.
News reached fans and peers today that veteran comics writer Arnold Drake passed away this morning. He was 83.
This Summer, green won't be the color of envy it will be the color of rage as the Hulk returns from space to wage war on the heroes that exiled him, in the mini-series "World War: Hulk." We spoke with writer Greg Pak about the series.
With army behind them, Frank Miller and Zack Snyder took "300" to new heights of success, shattering previous records. We've got the details.
Scoop on menacing plans from the hit NBC series, plus Spielberg fights the system, Trixie's early with Chim Chim, we look at that business with Warren Ellis plus news on "Smallville," "Watchmen" "FF2" and more.
With the writing side of "52" pretty much done, Robert sat down with writer Greg Rucka to discuss what was one of the most challenging projects of his career. Rucka discusses everything in this no holds barred interview.
Saturday night in Los Angeles, the Museum of Television and Radio held a "Heroes" panel and showed a clip from the April 23rd episode, ".07%." We've got a full description and details of Linderman's plans.
It's week 44 of DC's weekly series "52." Justin has the recap of this week's issue, plus some thoughts looking ahead and a guess who "The Fifty-Two" may be.
Marvel, Dabel and Orson Scott Card shared details on a new story, entitled "Gold Bug," set in the Enderverse.
This April, Brazil will become a hotspot of conflict for the G.I. Joe team as both reservists and regular members see action in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Brazil." We spoke with writers Sam Wells and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
In our second installment of Graphic About Novels, CBR News speaks in-depth with former "Black Widow" writer Richard K Morgan about his grey hued, dark toned prose novels
In 2046, the world is torn between loyalty to the government and maintaining the ideals of freedom, like some Orwellian horror. CJ Hurtt & Shawn Richter spoke about their OGN "One Last Song," in which that conflict play out.
With the epic "300" hitting theatres today, our own CSBG took a look back at the graphic novel, exploring why the Frank Miller tale remains a classic.
"300" has arrived! We sat down with producer Giani Nunnari to discuss the film, bringing Miller's work to the screen, and just what happened with Warren Ellis' "Ocean."