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"Cable & Deadpool" may be angry with each other but that doesn't mean the duo's adventures will be coming to an end. CBR News spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about his plans for Marvel's Odd Couple.
Writer C.B. Cebulski and assistant editor Molly Lazer have blogged about and released images from Marvel's forthcoming "Fairy Tales" projects, which cast Marvel heroes in the roles of famous fairy tale characters from around the globe.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an advance look at John Cassaday's striking variant cover to "Astonishing X-Men" #19, the beginning of Cassaday and writer Joss Whedon's final arc on the title.
There's trailers aplenty from ancient Sparta, the sewers and Kansas, as well as spending time with the devil, plus a look in at Hellboy for the week's last news summary.
CBR News has full coverage of the Marvel Then and Now event at UCLA this past weekend, featuring Stan Lee, Joe Quesada and moderator Kevin Smith. Emmett Furey has filed an extensive report on the evening, plus we've got photos of the entire event.
CBR News sat down with Top Cow Productions' new director of marketing, Filip Sablik, who spoke of his plan for raising awareness of the studio's exciting new projects for 2007 as well as shaking the Cow's old "T&A" image.
DC Comics held a press conference this afternoon with "Justice Society of America" writer Geoff Johns and Artist Dale Eaglesham discussing the just released first issue. We've got a full report.
The conclusion to Marvel's Ultimate clone saga earns itself an extremely rare 1-for-100 variant cover!
Blade is famous for having a foot in both the human and vampire worlds and his ongoing series walks in two worlds as well: the supernatural and the mainstream Marvel U. CBR News spoke with writer Marc Guggenheim about the series.
Another robot in disguise pokes his head out for a look, while Larry Young makes a set visit and Mark Steven Johnson talks Jesse Custer in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
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This week, Marc Andreyko's "Manhunter" series makes a triumphant return to the stands. Brian Eason stops by to take a look the long and varied history of DC's Manhunter's and how this latest one fits into the mix.
Later this month in the pages of "G.I. Joe Special Missions: Antarctica," the Joe team will need some special help in rooting out a nest of Cobras in the Artic Tundra. CBR News spoke with writers Andrew Dabb and Mike O'Sullivan about the book.
Writer Adam Warren gives CBR News the skinny on his upcoming Iron Man mini series, "Hypervelocity," filled with "pedal-to-the-medal" action like you might expect from Warren.
Letterer extraordinaire Chris Eliopoulos stops by CSBG to discuss labels in comics -- how being labeled as a letterer tends to receive blank stares from outsiders or how the words "comic book" still don't receive the respect they deserve.
The Spirit of Vengeance has a new site as its director talks about why PG-13, while more Autobots pop up, surprises in Kansas and warfare in ancient greece, plus "PVP" and "30 Days Of Night."
The wildly popular online comic "PvP" will come alive in 2007 as a subscription based, online animated series. CBR News spoke with Kurtz about the unique process he's gone through to bring his series to life.
The best spin-off since "Frasier" or "Flavor Of Love," we can't decide, but "Jack Of Fables" co-writer Matt Sturges talks to CBR News about the prodigious Vertigo series and gives us a few hints of what's yet to come. WARNING: May contain spoilers.