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For artist Matt Kindt, working with Harvey Pekar and Joyce Brabner on the "Postcards" anthology is a dream come true and resulted in the most surreal moment of his 15 year comics career.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, we've got full color pages from the Red Sonja 35th anniversary book, "Giant Size Red Sonja" #1.
Optimus Prime sits down for an interview, secrets and cash flow from Bruce Wayne to Chicago, bidding farewell to a friend on the NBC series and the "Buffy" and "Angel" man could be checking a course catalog at Xavier's, plus "Wanted," "Runoff" and much more.
As part of our ongoing coverage of "Spider-Man 3," CBR News interviewed director Sam Raimi about the highly anticipated superhero sequel, not to mention a certain fantasy-themed prequel.
Moon Knight #10 continues the gripping "Midnight Son" storyline by noted novelist Charlie Huston and new artist Mico Suayan. And what would a story about revenge be without The Punisher?
Image Comics proudly presents Jim Valentino's masterpiece of superhero satire – The Complete normalman!
The latest Top Cow Productions and Marvel Comics crossover one shot is going to be a royal rumble for the ages! Unholy Union is an over-sized special featuring Top Cow's flagship characters Witchblade & The Darkness and no less than three Marvel favorites.
Warren Ellis discusses his new Avatar series, "Doktor Sleepless," and explains how the story doesn't quite stay on the page. Come inside for all the details.
DVD Also in this month's Diamond Previews for July ship!
Mike Allred's MADMAN ATOMIC COMICS #1 is sold out at the distributor. Image Comics is responding with a second printing of the mind-bending first issue.
Three-time Emmy Award winner "The Batman" offers a thrilling finale to its season – and drops illuminating hints about its future – with the action-packed, two-part episode "The Joining," airing on consecutive Saturdays, April 28 and Saturday, May 5 at 10:30 a.m. ET/PT on Kids' WB! on The CW, the No.1 rated Saturday morning kids broadcast slate.
Emerald City Comicon announces 08 dates and venue change.
Comedic one-shot takes a look at the sidekick role in Viper's latest comic book
Our look at the upcoming "Postcards" anthology continues as editor Jason Rodriguez sits down with writer Robert Tinnell to discuss his super-hero/period piece, "The Midnight Caller."
Time is no obstacle to an assassin's bullet!
Put one fan-favorite writer with four critically-acclaimed artists, add in the first X-Men team and you'll get the can't miss X-Men: First Class Special arriving this May.
In the dystopian landscape of futuristic New York, Daredevil will make his final stand. We spoke with co-writer Brian Bendis about "Daredevil: End of Days" and got the first look at issue #1's Alex Maleev cover.
First Integrated, Transmedia Campaign Developed Around Innovative Content Wrap Advertising Format.
"Heroes" Writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite have returned and BEHIND THE ECLIPSE is back with answers to your questions and loads of clues for you to ponder. UPDATED with pictures from the wrap party!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics. CBR News has a full-color preview of "Dark Tower" #4, The new issue ships May 2.
Are we closer to seeing the Clown Prince of Crime? We find out, as the bloody adventure has a new writer, Starscream speaks and Stan Lee talks about how he approaches the new FF adventure.
Robert sits down with Ron Marz for a lengthy chat about all his current books, including "Witchblade," "First Born," "Samurai: Heaven & Earth," his upcoming work for Virgin, plus thoughts on "Ion" and some clues as to what he's working on next.
It's a big week for fans of "52" as World War III answers most of the OYL questions. Justin's here with all the details with some thoughts on what may come next, while Brian stops by with a look at the Marvel Family's long history.
Jason Rodriguez continues his guest editing gig by talking with Ande Parks about his contribution to the "Postcards" anthology, "Taken on Faith," inspired by a postcard featuring most unusual names.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with lettered previews of April 25th shipping books "Fallen Son: Death of Captain America - Avengers" and "Fantastic Four" #545.
Marvel made it official today, announcing that your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will soon be swinging through Broadway with Julie Taymor & U2 providing music and lyrics for the show.
DC Comics is honored to have received 24 nominations for the 2007 Eisner Awards.
Tim Bradstreet works in comics, film and is one of the heads of RAW Studios. We spoke with him about his role as art director for RAW, his cover work and about today's release of "The Tripper."
This summer fans will know they're in for an exciting ride when they see the distinctive covers for "Annihilation: Conquest." CBR News spoke with Editor Bill Rosemann and some of the cover artists involved.
It's an all Captain Marvel CBULR! Was there almost a black Captain Marvel? Was John Byrne once scheduled to resurrect cap? And how did Captain Marvel help create a new super hero?
Today we get the first look at the new Clown Prince of Crime, sit down with Ando, get more web-spinning tidbits and check in on Kansas' strangest town, plus info on "The Batman" and more to finish out the week.
Jason Rodriguez, editor of the highly anticipated "Postcards" anthology, stops by CBR for the first of five interviews with the many contributors to the book. First up are creators Rick Spears & Rob G. Updated
Our look at Marvel's cosmic series' continues! Before Nova can rocket off into space for "Annihilation: Conquest," he's got to discover that you can't go home again. Marvel has provided us with exclusive preview pages from "Nova" #2
As Ando on "Heroes," James Kyson Lee has the task of grounding Hiro, a character with the ability to travel through time. CBR News spoke with Lee about "Heroes," what power he hopes Ando receives and where else you'll be seeing him soon.
Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson chat with CBR regarding the death and subsequent resurrection of their boundary-pushing series, "The Boys."
DC Comics announced this morning their plans to promote "Countdown" on social networking giant, MySpace, who will preview the entire first two issues online.
The 2007 nominees for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards have been named, with an eclectic mix of publications and talent receiving nods.
Magical realism comes from Empire City to YouTube, while we sort through the rumors at the Baxter Building, Racer X likes Juliet, David Goyer talks finding new talent, plus "Spider-Man 3," "Smallville" and more.
Move over Doug Jones -- Fox has announced the voice of Norrin Radd ... and thrown the Galactus debate into a tizzy!
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping July, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.