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Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes face Mordru in this weekend's episode, "Trials."
This weekend, the Lizard makes his debut on the "Spectacular Spider-Man" cartoon.
What happens when school bully picks on a kid who's really a mad scientist with monsters in his garage? Artist Jeff Wamester answers that question in "A+," a new story in the latest "MySpace Dark Horse Presents."
"Salvation Run" #7, the finale to the explosive DCU miniseries, will arrive in stores as a 40-page issue, with a cover price of $3.50 U.S.
PRESS RELEASE: DC issues recall/replacement plan for flawed copies of "Showcase Presents: Superman Family" Vol. 2
In SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERMAN FAMILY VOL. 2 TP (NOV070244), several pages from SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE #2 were accidentally swapped. DC Comics will provide retailers with new, corrected copies of this title in quantities equal to their orders to date on the current printing.
Beginning with items arriving in Direct Market stores on March 19, DC Comics periodicals will feature a single price for both U.S. and Canada.
A classic DC Comics title is reinvented this May with "House of Mystery" #1, the debut issue of the new Vertigo series written by Matthew Sturges & Bill Willingham with art by Luca Rossi. This issue features a cover by Sam Weber and a variant cover by Bernie Wrightson, as well as a second story with art by Ross Campbell.
Top Cow has released their schedule for portfolio reviews and signings for the 2008 Wizard World Los Angeles, as well as the convention exclusive variant covers they'll have on hand.
Exploring an important tale from Wolverine's past, Marvel's critically acclaimed new Marvel Knights series continues with Logan #2, from the dream team of Brian K Vaughan (Runaways) and Eduardo Risso! This issue is also available as Logan #2 (of 3) Black & White Variant, featuring the same thrilling story and Risso's raw pencils in all their glory!
Two hotly anticipated Devil's Due collections will hit stores on March 19. The first ever "Hack/Slash Omnibus" and newly collected "Voltron Omnibus" bind more than two trade paperbacks apiece together with previously unreleased artwork and bonus content.
Marvel's "Young X-Men" will be hitting the stands on April 2, featuring a cover by Terry Dodson and a variant cover by Brandon Peterson.
Editor Tom Brevoort and "Secret Invasion" mastermind Brian Michael Bendis join CBR News to help unveil The Fives in the Skrulls' Secret Invasion poker Ddeck, which includes two mutants, a literal hothead, and a certain web-slinger.
Virgin Comics has tapped Jeff Parker to write the second series of "Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper." The writer talks to CBR about top secret scientific equations, Russian military and Big Chris-inspired jabs. What's not to love?
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at Leinil Francis Yu's "Secret Invasion" #1 variant cover.
Kids' WB! has provided CBR News with an early look at The Lizard, the latest villain to appear on the new animated series "Spectacular Spider-Man."
Marvel might find out what it's like when Ed Norton is angry, Douglas TenNapel cashes a check, Bryan Singer promises bodies plus "Heroes," "Spider-Man" and more.
Oni Press is proud to announce "Salt Water Taffy: The Seaside Adventures Of Jack and Benny," a new ongoing series of all-ages graphic novels by Matthew Loux.
For the very first time, "Cable" writer Duane Swierczynski answers your questions and premieres exclusive artwork from issues #2 and the cover for "Cable" #4!
Venerable "Superf*ckers" cartoonist James Kochalka talks to CBR News about upcoming projects including "Johnny Boo: The Best Little Ghost In The World," the first in a series of children's books.
With his upcoming stint on "Wonder Woman" about to commence, Aaron Lopresti stops by REFLECTIONS to talk to CBR's Robert Taylor about the Amazon princess and his career up to this point.
Jim Pascoe, writer of the hit TOKYOPOP series "Undertown," talks with CBR News about serializing the story in newspapers across the country and what fans can expect in volume two.
In an era when baseball was arguably more than just a game, Puerto Rican-born Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Roberto Clemente occupied his own place in the American consciousness. We spoke with author Wilfred Santiago about "21."
After a long battle with Leukemia, "The Rocketeer" creator and "good girl" artist Dave Stevens has passed away. He was 52. Updated with a statement from Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Serenity: Better Days" #2 by Joss Whedon & Brett Matthews and Will Conrad with covers by Adam Hughes, on sale April 9.
Jim Shooter's Valiant days are not gone forever, as there's new life is breathed into an old property for a filmed adaptation.
Rumors swirling around the the Man of Tomorrow, Jim Shooter gets a big check, a look at ol' Jade Jaws plus "Watchmen," "Iron Man," "The Dark Knight" and much more.
Dan Wickline's "The Unusual Suspects" graphic novel is on sale for $5 at select locations, and everyone who buys a copy will be automatically eligible to win a 3 day/2 night trip to Los Angeles (coach air and hotel) where you'll ALSO receive a $200 shopping spree at Golden Apple AND lunch and a tour of Top Cow Productions' brand-spankin' new palatial offices!
Michel Rabagliati, author of the Paul series of graphic novels including the newly-released 'Paul Goes Fishing', will be participating in a moderated Q&A and book-signing session on Saturday, March 15th at 5pm, at The Lillian H. Smith Library in Toronto.
You'd think being unable feel pain would qualify as a super power in a comic book. Think again. Victor Riches, Steven Grant and Tom Mandrake tell a thrilling tale of human slavery, a quest to feel, and of trying to find "The Safest Place."
CBR News has received from Warner Bros. an official "Watchmen" clock, counting down to March 6, 2009, the release date of the Zack Snyder film based on the classic graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
MySpace Comic Books announced Marvel Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada is launching the all-new My Cup O' Joe. Readers are invited to submit their questions, which Quesada will answer every Friday.
Scholar Roz Kaveney takes an analytical look at the superhero genre her new book, "Superheroes: Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films." Kaveney spoke with CBR News about the book.
IDW Publishing, a division of IDT Internet Mobile Group, announced that another of its graphic novels has been optioned by a major feature film producer. Producer Richard Saperstein, former President of Production of Dimension Films, who has overseen such films as 1408, Rob Zombie's Halloween, The Mist, John Q, The Punisher, Frequency, and Se7en, has optioned IDW's hot, new comic series, SNAKED.
Zenescope Entertainment has signed on with the William Morris Agency for representation of their comic book and graphic novel properties.
Neil Gaiman, the renowned author of science fiction and fantasy short stories and novels, graphic novels, comics, and films will be presenting a live reading benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund at the New York Comic-Con. The appearance, a paid ticketed reading event, will be called an "An Evening With Neil Gaiman" with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the First Amendment legal work of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
In this final installment, "Captain Britain and MI:13" writer Paul Cornell joins CBR News to discuss his team's one American member, the magic sword-wielding Black Knight.
The Challengers fall apart this week as Justin and Brain bring you up to speed on the latest from "Countdown" and like where it might be headed next.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Lone Ranger & Tonto" #1 by by Brett Matthews & Jon Abrams and Marco Guevara with covers by John Cassaday, on sale this week.
Leading off with billionaire vigilantes and Jeff Smith getting a big check, we've also got "Speed Racer," "Thor," "Green Lantern," "Snaked" and much more.
The spotlight falls on Faisa Hussain, a new character introduced in "Captain Britain and MI-13." The young doctor represents the youth of the UK and writer Paul Cornell tells all, plus we unveil the cover to issue #2.