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Marvel Comics has announced French artist Phil Briones will provide interiors on the upcoming "White Tiger" series by Tamora Pierce.
Quad City is home to many bizarre, macabre and sinister denizens. Later this month, their days are numbered because they'll be the prey of characters like the Arkadian and Nightwolf. CBR News spoke with Stephen Antczak, the writer of "Arkadian: No Witness" and "Nightwolf" #0, about both books coming from Devil's Due.
We get you closer to Frank Miller's Spartan adventure, Peter Parker's third cinematic outing an just for fun, Optimus Prime. Meanwhile, Martha Kent gets more to do, Doc Magnus may make his way to cineplexes and much more.
Joshua Ortega and Francis Manapul's work on "Necromancer" received rave reviews, but the title's coming to a close with issue #6. Ortega updates readers on the future of that title, what would have been had "Beowulf" continued publishing and much more.
With "Fables" #50 due in just a couple of months, as well as a spin-off series and an original graphic novel on the way, the little universe Bill Willingham created is expanding quite a bit. CBR News sat down with Willingham for a long chat about where the series and it's related books are headed.
The Sandman bares his soul and we find out when zombies will next hit cineplexes across the land. We've got Sue Storm chatting it up, last call at the Watchtower, plus "Smallville," "X-Men 3" and more to finish off your week.
Marvel Comics just wrapped up a "Civil War" press conference, with writer Mark Millar in attendance. CBR has all the big news for you, including the origin of "Civil War" and how Mark Millar's family is participating in the event. Updated.
Marvel Comics issued a release today updating fans on the health of Chris Claremont, who was recently overcome by exhaustion and cardiac stress while attending a conference in Italy.
It's rare that a new super hero comic survives its first year, but Image Comics' "Noble Causes" has bucked the trend. Writer Jay Faerber spoke to CBR News about the book's longevity and what's next.
The new Blue Beetle appears to be a hit, as DC Comics has announced the first issue by Giffen, Rogers and Hamner has sold out and is going back to press for a second printing.
With the trailer to the "Justice League Heroes" game released earlier this week, interest in the game has been heating up. We've got a look at two screenshots from the game that'll give you a better idea of what to expect.
Australians seem to think Thomas Jane is reloading, while So Cal residents grill Abe Sapien for the goods. Meanwhile, the fight for Superboy remains a big ol' mess and Xavier's students sell out.
On March 23, a Judge ruled that the Jerry Siegel's heirs own the rights to the character of Superboy. How does this affect the character in the DCU? What could this mean for "Smallville?" CBR Legal Analyst Brian Cronin stops by with some thoughts.
Michael Alan Nelson has seen his life change rather dramatically in recent years. Discovering comics only six years ago, he's thrown himelf into the industry writing "War of the Worlds: Second Wave" and "X Isle" for Boom! Studios. We caught up with Nelson to learn more about his journey, plans for both books and more.
Marvel's merry mutants are headed to France, while Daniel Clowes tells the tale behind the tale. We've got fresh fat felines and somebody's finny friend plus more in today's news summary.
Marvel Comics announced today that writer Peter David has been tapped to script the first seven issues of Stephen King's "Dark Tower" comic series.
The 2006 Eisner Nominations have been announced and creators Chris Ware and Warren Ellis lead the pack with the most nominations.
The writer that started it all for the Joes, Larry Hama, returns to the characters he knows so well this June in an all new three-issue limited series featuring the untold story of the very beginnings of G.I. Joe.
Marvel Comics has released previews for books shipping April 26th which include "Wolverine" #41, "Black Panther" #15 and "The Incredible Hulk" #94.
DC Comics has revealed the variant cover to "Wonder Woman" #1 by Adam Kubert, coming this June, and have corrected the original solicitation info.
Nick Walker is the hottest actor in Hollywood. He also just happens to be the world's greatest super spy. CBR News spoke with creators B. Clay Moore and Jeremy Haun about their new Oni Press mini-series "The Leading Man."
With the announcement today from Dynamite that writer Rick Remender would be handling the writing chores on "Classic Battlestar Galactica," we spoke with the writer to learn more about his plans for the book and what the series meant to him growing up.
More technical details on the wonders of anti gravity, plus Kitty Kowalski speaks, a Dark Horse property gets the green light, Lex and Lana might ... and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.
The CBLDF has issued their official statement on what transpired Monday in the long-running case of Georgia versus retailer Gordon Lee.
Want some good old-fashioned superhero slobber knockers? Then Marvel Comics' "Beyond" might be the comic book for you, as artist Scott Kolins told CBR News. Includes exclusive preview art.
Warner Bros. has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Justice League Heroes" video game, written by Dwayne McDuffie. We've got the trailer in two sizes for your viewing pleasure.