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DrMaster Publication, Inc. has just announced the publication of Iron Wok Jan, volume 24, the continuation of the popular series by author Shinji Saiyjo.
Zenescope Entertainment, publisher of the hit series Grimm Fairy Tales and the critically acclaimed Se7en, is proud to announce that Return to Wonderland #0 has sold out at Diamond. A 2nd printing of the issue featuring a wraparound cover that combines both of the original covers will be out soon.
The secret of Mr. Fiddlesticks is revealed! The Freshmen must come together to save one of their own!
Written by C.B Cebulski (the man behind the hit series Loners), with art by Ricardo Tercio, Spider-Man Fairy Tales #1 tells the story of Little Red Riding Hood like you've never seen before!
Top Cow Productions has released preview images from "Witchblade Takeru Manga" #4.
WIN DINNER WITH LLOYD KAUFMAN AT THE SAN DIEGO COMIC CON
It's the race to the "Heroes" finish line as writers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite answer your questions. They give lots of clues for tonight's episode, "Landslide" and tease a couple of really cool announcements.
The mayhem continues in "The Darkness" video game tie-in comics and we have a preview of "Darkness: Level 4" by Paul Jenkins, David Wohl and Patrick Blaine.
NBC confirmed today plans for the "Heroes" spin-off program, "Heroes: Origins." The show will feature new characters for viewers to vote into the main "Heroes" cast.
Marvel is pleased to announce that Ms. Marvel #15, the first chapter of the "Ready, A.I.M., Fire!" storyline, has sold out at Diamond.
Captain America may be dead but his ongoing series is continuing. CBR News spoke with "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker about the book.
Tonight, NBC will air the penultimate episode of "Heroes" titled "Landslide." CBR visited the set of this episode and we bring you a full report of what went on, plus an interview with actor Masi Oka.
In Silver Surfer: Requiem #1 (of 4), the sentinel of the spaceways journeys to Earth to consult some old friends-the Fantastic Four-about something that just may mean the end of his galaxy spanning journey.
With the debut of another classic FF character re-imagined as only the Ultimate universe can, fans cannot afford to miss the "Silver Surfer" storyline in the pages of Ultimate Fantastic Four #42, written by the critically acclaimed Mike Carey and with pencils by Young Gun Pasqual Ferry.
Doug Jones is hard to find as Abe Sapien's nookin por nub, plus an Asian singer joins the race, some "Heroes" cast members chat it up and the Robots in Disguise are back, some even chasing a hot girl, plus "The Dark Knight," "Iron Man" and more.
This Summer, Aspen will publish "Iron and the Maiden" by Jason Rubin and Francis Manapul. We've got the details and an exclusive look at Michael Turner's cover.
The 2007 Eagle Awards were presented at the Bristol Comics Expo Saturday night in England and we've got the winners.
"Heroes" cast members Adrian Pasdar, Malcolm McDowell and Christine Rose talk about everything from the season finale to a possible Linderman/Petrelli connection.
While no new records were broken, "Spider-Man 3" continued its dominance at the box office, bringing in $60 million this weekend.
Robert continues his conversation with Mark Waid, this time focusing on "Brave and the Bold," "Supergirl & the Legion of Superheroes" any why describing a comic as "fun" could mean the death of a book.
We begin our weekly look at DC's latest weekly series, "Countdown," as Justin Eger and Brian Eason are back to tackle each issue from beginning to end.
It's finally here, the conclusion to the second volume of "The Ultimates." Marvel's provided CBR News with a first look at pages from "Ultimates 2" #13, out this Wednesday.
If you thought the "Heroes" previews we shared earlier this week were good, wait until you see these two additional clips, including a big reveal from Hiro's father!
Marvel has provided CBR News with a look at the cover to the August shipping "Nova" #5 -- who has apparently gone from dude to chick. What?
CBR News and MySpace Comic Books are proud to bring you an exclusive preview of "Left on Mission" #1, a spy/thriller set for release from Boom! Studios next Wednesday.
Mike Hawthorne, the artist behind Vertigo's "The Un-men" and the creator of "Hysteria," invited CBR News into his home studio for a look at where his creative process takes place.
Was Captain America once headed to Broadway? What "Youngblood" character was originally intended for "New Mutants?" What's the story behind the Justice Guild?
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a fully lettered advance look at one of their most anticipated new issues shipping next week, "Mighty Avengers" #3.
Hiro thinks things are getting quite explosive, big suits of armor break stuff, Clark's ready to close down shop for the season and there's robots in disguise everywhere, plus scoop on "Wanted," "Wolverine" and more.
With every copy sold out in just six hours, "Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer" has become Image Comics' best selling title. We spoke with writer Joshua Ortega about the phenomenon and what fans can expect next.
It's time for super-crime this July, as the cast of "Super-Villain Team-Up/M.O.D.O.K's 11" unite to pull off the perfect heist. Writer Fred Van Lente told us about the mini-series.
NBC has announced the launch of an original Web series called "Inside Heroes," giving behind the scenes access to the show over the summer. Plus, the online comics continue with contributions from the Man of Action team.
CBR News sat down with writer/director Tim Sullivan to talk about the future of the "2001 Maniacs" franchise in comics with Avatar's "2001 Maniacs Special" #1 and the upcoming film sequel, "2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillies."
Top Cow has released a first look at the triple gatefold panoramic cover to "First Born" #1 by Stjepan Sejic, part of their highly anticipated summer event.
Inker Drew Geraci stops by the CSBG blog to take you on a road trip around North America to show you how an issue of "Gen13" gets made, from California to Florida and Oregon to Mexico.
The actor being mentioned to play Billy Batson's alter ego already knows how to grapple, Ed Norton has himself a nemesis, early LA fans can see the film sooner rather than later, whlle we look at a "Landslide" plus news on "Wanted," "Stardust" and more.
It's a race towards the finish of "Heroes" first season and we've got a first look at video clips from Monday's episode "Landslide" which finds our favorite heroes making some tough decisions.
Eisner Award winning creator Darwyn Cooke is breathing new life into The Spirit, a creation of the legend Will Eisner himself. According to Cooke, characterization rules the day.
NBC has release still photos from the May 14th episode of "Heroes" titled "Landslide" which sees the return of a certain father figure.
Variety reports that actor Tim Roth ("Reservoir Dogs," "Planet of the Apes") has been chosen to play Emil Blonsky, the villain in Marvel and Universal's "The Incredible Hulk."