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With a crossover upcoming between "Firestorm" and "Bloodhound," writer Dan Jolley has his hands full. Jolley spoke with CBR News about his plans for the crossover and why it's a good place for new readers to jump in.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2004.
Maria Menounous agrees to make it even hotter for Johnny Storm, Christian Bale talks about wandering around inside the brain of the Bat, the makers of "Blokhedz" keep the vampire hunter moving, plus more photos from "Smallville" and a "Spider-Man 3" filming update.
"Hawkman" artist Ryan Sook talks about how he landed the five-issue gig and how his own art has evolved through the series. Plus a look at pages from issue 34.
More inside looks at the Vancouver set of the Tim Story-helmed Marvel adaptation, plus a word on the scoring for Christopher Nolan's Bat-opus, Michael Uslan talks fedoras and lightning bolts, Raven gets her groove back and the "Hellboy" team crosses the pond.
"Flash Comics" #1 is just one comic offered in part two of a major golden age comic auction going down this weekend in Wichita, Kan., as well as on-line.
"Smallville" starts a media deluge "the likes of which even God has never seen," the latter-day Kryptonian works towards the big screen, the Spirit of Vengeance heads down under, Mike Mignola heads to Maryland, "Sin City" footage finally available, and the word is out on the FF.
Mike Grell's "Jon Sable, Freelance," a mainstay of comics in the '80s, will return in March 2005 with a new series and collection of the original stories.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in December of 2004.
What "Sin City" fans got to see in San Diego is now coming to a monitor near you, while everybody loves Al Gough, Tom Cruise may not get metallic after all, plus Selma Blair, Guillermo del Toro and a magical return of a beloved character.
Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis have provided CBR News with a custom comic strip featuring characters from the upcoming "Hero Squared." And there's more where that came from.
In a lengthy interview writer Brian Bendis talks about his plans for "Avengers" as well as "New Avengers" and addresses those very vocal critics of his approach on the series. Plus, preview pages from issue #502.
David Hayter says, "look on my works, ye mighty, and despair." Meanwhile, an old friend and a new hottie come to Kansas, and was David Boreanaz supposed to be a member of Marvel's first family?
Artist Jim Rugg talks about the Slave Labor Graphics hit series "Street Angel," with a note about the future of the series and a look at art from issue four.
A former president and long-dead inventor take on Hitler in "Tales from the Bully Pulpit" from Image Comics.
The execs are still considering a fanboy in the director's chair, there's fresh news from Kansas (by way of Vancouver), Don Murphy keeps it simple, Chris Evans geeks out and another "source" says Jesus ain't gettin' a cape ...
Magic and mischief is coming to Kansas' weirdest town, while Liz Sherman gets aggressive, Guillermo del Toro talks barechested comparisons and many people are wondering if Joss Whedon is already hard at work in Westchester.