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Next week sees the release of "Darkness" #17, featuring the first of the four-part "Hell House" story by writer David Lapham. Top Cow has provided CBR News with a four-page preview of the book.
There's a new director taking on the comics world's finest superhero work, plus we've got spoilers for a certain red-clad ninja, reviews of Keanu getting grim, word on a look at Latveria's monarch, spoilers from Kansas' weirdest town and wrestler chatter in the week's final news summary.
This January sees the debut of a new ongoing series from Image Comics, "Pigtale" by Ovi Nedelcu. With a unique visual style and eclectic storyline, the series is already receiving raves from industry pros. CBR News sat down with Nedelcu to learn more about the series.
Is Alan Moore's British revolutionary anarchist getting the Neo treatment? Plus more spies infiltrate the porous Vancouver set of "FF," it's trailer time in Kansas, Ryan Reynolds cues Wesley Snipes, Keanu pops up his head, Warren Ellis makes it to TV and Man-Thing just ... won't ... die!
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five page preview of the January debuting series "Freedom Force" based on the popular PC/Mac video game of the same name.
A certain Hollywood scion is gonna give it up to Marvel after all, while Warner wants Keyser Soze to be Lex Luthor. We look at the Daily Planet and a Richards' family outing in a faux New York, find out when the Bat spreads his cape, listen to Hellboy's director and stay up late with Jane Seymour.
With the third issue of novelist Richard K. Morgan's run on "Black Widow" due out later this month, CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his first comics writing experience. Includes preview art from issue #3.
The emerald light of Oa just won't stop shining on rumors, while Rosario Dawson likes getting kinky. Meanwhile, Dr. Quinn talks about Kansas' weirdest town amidst a flurry of news in today's summary.
CBR News sat down with "Blade: Trinity" writer/director David Goyer to learn more about the upcoming film, the latest on "Batman Begins" and what the future holds for Goyer in both film and comics.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in February of 2005.
Disney made it official today by announcing they've purcharsed the assets of CrossGen Entertainment and "Abadazad" will be amongst the first books to make a return.
Imajination Studios is bringing Blade to screen sooner than expected, while Wesley Snipes speaks, the Kent farm takes shape, new Jennifer Garner posters get leaked, and even more fun comes from Kansas' weirdest town, all in today's news summary.
Platinum & Gold Circle Films $200 million dollar, 10 film deal to bring comics to the big screen means ripe opportunities for comics creators. Platinum Chairman Scott Rosenberg spoke with CBR News to discuss exactly what kind of properties they're actively looking for.
Diamond has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales for product shipped in October, 2004, including Market Share, Top 300 Comics, Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's and Manga.
The patriarch of the Bluth clan is anxious to get back into the world of the weird and wild, while everybody's got something new about Marvel's favorite femme fatale ninja, plus more looks at Wesley Snipes' next action flick in the last Comic Reel summary of the week.
Bryan Singer's open for business down under, while everybody's talkin' bout Doctor Doom, the good and the bad of Keanu's latest, we've got red silk goodness from Jennifer Garner, more looks at Kansas' strangest town, and some toothy news about Wesley Snipes' next project.
CBR News has learned that following Jeph Loeb's departure on "Superman/Batman" with issue #25 that writer/director David Goyer will be spending some time on the title.