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This December, Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips will take readers back to a world where "The Avengers" are Earth's Mightiest Flesh Eaters and "The X-Men" are out to eat a world that fears and hates them in "Marvel Zombies." CBR News spoke with Kirkman and Phillips about the series which further explores the zombie infected Marvel Universe.
Today's news summary brings insider gossip about the Man of Steel, musical cues for Frank MIller (and possibly Brett Ratner too), intelligence reports from Marvel and Lions Gate, Luke Wilson having the worst break up ever, a quick stop in Gotham City and more.
Writer Marc Andreyko stopped by recently for one of our regular creator chats here at CBR. Marc spoke with fans about developments in "Manhunter," announced a new Image project and surprise guests Stephen Sadowski and Gail Simone stopped by.
DC Comics plans to take every DCU tale written by Alan Moore and put them in one trade paperback collection, "DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore," which will feature sixteen stories by the writer. Updated with additional comment from DC Comics.
Clark Kent's sticky, Frank Miller's got a budget, Jean Grey's younger self speaks, anarchy hold sway over totalitarian England, the Doctor looks at when he'll check out, Bryan SInger's birthday break is over, and so much more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
In the '90s, animation fans were wowed by MTV's "Aeon Flux." This December, "Aeon Flux" is reborn as a live action feature film with a mini-series from Dark Horse and a series of web comics expanding upon the story in the film. CBR News spoke with the creators of both these projects, writers Mike Kennedy and David Tischman and artist Timothy Green II.
CBR News sat down for a lengthy chat with writer Ed Brubaker to dsicuss two upcoming mini-series he's writing, "The Books of Doom" and "X-Men: Deadly Genesis." Plus, some comments on "Captain America" and a whole boatload of preview art. Updated with three more pages from "Books of Doom."
Artist Liam Sharp stops by to talk about his upcomig work with Douglas Rushkoff on "Testament," plus talks to us about the next chapter in the "Event Horizon" anthology, "Red Sonja" and more.
There's tons of looks at Kansas' strangest town, with even a slip and slide for James Marsters. Rob Bowman has a relatively new movie he'd like you to see, and we're unlikely to see Billy Batson or Kato.
When was the last time you gave much thought to philosophy? College? Fred Van Lente & Ryan Dunlavey hope to change that with the Xeric Award winning "Action Philosophers," a comedic series detailing the lives of some of history's greatest thinkers.
Today marks the two year anniversary of the Comic Reel, and we celebrate with Kate Bosworth talking inspiration, Gerard Butler finding his queen, a certain Spidey-villain having wardrobe malfunctions, interplanetary Confederate officers and much more.
Over forty years ago, Marvel made history with the debut of Spider-Man in "Amazing Fantasy" #15. In November, Marvel hopes lightning strikes twice when "Amazing Fantasy" Vol. 2 reaches #15. CBR News spoke with editor Mark Pannicia about issue, which features a host of new characters and a star studded list of creators.
With the hard cover collection of "Identity Crisis" now in bookstores, and the launch of "Infinite Crisis" only one week away, CBR News caught up with writer Brad Meltzer & artist Rags Morales to discuss the impact "Identity Crisis" has had.
With the second issue about to hit stands, CBR News caught up with "The Necromancer" scribe Joshua Ortega to discuss the origins of the series and where the series will go next.
Getting up close and personal with King Orin of Atlantis, while Halle Berry made a visit to the stylist and John Wesley Shipp heads to DVD in a compact edition of our daily news summary.
With the "Fantastic Four/Iron Man: Big In Japan" mini-series shipping to comic shops today, CBR News caught up with writer Zeb Wells to learn more about the coming battle between giant monsters and superheroes.
Marvel Comics has released their weekly set of previews, with six-page looks at "Amazing Fantasy" #14, "Amazing Spider-Man" #525, "Monsters on the Prowl" #1 and "New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook Special."
"Finder" creator Carla Speed McNeil recently announced she'll be forgoing the monthly comics format, opting to publish those online with the regular collected editions to continue. We spoke with McNeil about the critically acclaimed series and her plans for the future.
This week sees the return of "Sword of Dracula" to comic shops, this time in full color from Digital Webbing. CBR's Tony Salvaggio sat down with SOD creator Jason Henderson for an indepth, behind the scenes chat about the series.
It's a slow news day as we catch the flight of angels, go from sticker to film, dress up with Arthur Curry and play villain shell game with Peter Parker, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Early on, Batman's crusade against crime was somewhat simple as he fought mostly mobsters, corrupt cops and politicians. This November, Matt Wagner tells an early tale of the Dark Knight and introduces a new style of opponent-- super villains-- in "Batman and the Monster Men."
Aspen Comics has provided CBR News with a four-page preview of their October debuting title "Cannon Hawke" #1 by J.T. Krull & Marcus To.
With "JSA Classified" #2 2nd Printing and #3 selling out, DC has sent them both back to press for new printings, each with a new cover.
IDW Publishing announced today they've reorganized their management team, with Chris Ryall taking over as company Publisher, Robbie Robbins taking on the title of President and Ted Adams' becomes Vice President, Business Development.
At Wizard World Boston Sunday afternoon, DC's Bob Wayne ran down things to come from their Vertigo & Wildstorm imprints, including the future of "The Losers," when we might see Morrison & Lee's "Wildcats" and more.
A huge day of news including what the Nose knows, a David Cronenberg story that has to be seen to be believed, more mutant-related data, an animated look on a foreign cowboy, a vampire slayer who wants to be Themiscira's Finest and much more. UPDATED: With Nicolas Cage's baby ... well, you have to read it ...
Over two panels at Wizard World Boston Saturday afternoon, Marvel made a number of announcements including a new writers initiative called "The 10 Terrific," a new writer for "MK Spider-Man," the "Next Wave" cast, "Squadron Supreme's" return, comments on the Steven King rumors and much more. Updated
Saturday afternoon in Boston, DC's Bob Wayne, Dan DiDio, Ethan Van Sciver and Greg Rucka talked about the future of the DC Universe with a horde of fans at Wizard World.
Saturday afternoon at Wizard World Boston, Dan DiDio and fans in the crowd got their chance to interview writer Greg Rucka. We have the highlights for you.
Marvel has announced their Ultimate line of books will be receiving some changes, in the form of new gold cover treatments for key books, plus Kirkman & Raney take over "Ultimate X-Men." CBR News spoke with EiC Joe Quesada about the reasons for these changes, plus we have preview art from "Ultimate Vision" and "Ultimate Extinction."
In a Q&A panel at Wizard World Boston Friday afternoon, screenwriter Greg Johnson and VP of Marvel Studios' Animation Development Craig Kyle released further details about "Ultimate Avengers: The Movie."
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Boston, artist Angel Medina announced he's signed an exclusive with the publisher and that he'd be working on "Marvel Knights Spider-Man." We've got coverage of that panel for you.
Quick bits of news from Boston, including news of a special "Superman/ Batman" issue, what Rick Veitch & Tommy Lee Edwards are up to at Marvel, Paolo Rivera's next project, where "Savage Dragon" will be making an appearance and news on the sequel to "Dracula vs. King Arthur."
Dan DiDio, Bob Wayne, and Greg Rucka were present in a packed panel room at Wizard World Boston this afternoon to discuss the buildup to "Infinite Crisis" and the fallout that will occur afterwards.