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CBR News returns with another installment of Graphic About Novels. This time, we speak with Mike Carey about his first prose novel, "The Devil You Know," which hits U.S. stores this week.
On the one-year anniversary of a serious health scare, popular "Outsiders" and "Superman/Batman" artist Matthew Clark goes in-depth with CBR's Robert Taylor on projects both past and future.
Joss Whedon answers' fans questions, "24Seven" vol. 2 premieres with Fábio Moon, and George Khoury blogs about his new book, "Image Comics: The Road to Independence," exclusively on MySpace.
The new Rachel Dawes speaks, Jon Favreau returns to MySpace, Will Smith shows a different side of being a superhero, a fan parties with Bruce Banner, plus three versions of Superman.
A scooper emailed CBR with news and photos showing at Lt. Jim Gordon at work, and CBR News brings it to directly to you!
The rumors fly fast and furious about a cartel of costumed criminals hell bent on bashing the Bat in director Christopher Nolan's sequel "The Dark Knight." CBR News investigates ...
DC Comics announced today a major new foray into the world of online comics. Jonah Weiland spoke with DC's Director of Creative Services Ron Perazza about this new imprint and how you can get involved.
We've got another huge stack of lettered previews for you - "Amazing Spider-Girl" #10, "Annihilation: Conquest - Wraith" #1, "Blade" #11, "Exiles" #96, "Fantastic Five" #1, "Nova" #4 and "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #20.
Justin and Brian break down the latest issue of "Countdown" for you, with reactions to the funeral of Bart Allen and some of the other surprises revealed this week.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at books shipping July 11th, including "Madman Gargantua," "Intersections," "Godland" Vol. 3, "Madman Atomic Comics" #3 and "The Amory Wars" #2.
CBR News presents the second part of an extended interview with scholar Timothy Callahan, author of "Grant Morrison: The Early Years," an exhaustive analytical look at Morrison's late '80s and early '90s work.
It's all costumes, all the time in this photo parade from last weekend's Anime Expo. There's plenty of good, bad and "please make it stop" ugly. We've got it all, with plenty of obnoxious commentary.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR Presents full color, fully lettered previews of new Marvel titles shipping next week to comic stores everywhere.
DC throws Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman into the ring with "52's" big baddies, the Four Horsemen. CBR News spoke with writer Keith Giffen about the six-issue "52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen."
Guess who was made a genuine citizen of Japan? Yep! And why are the Japanese broadcasting American versions of "Astro Boy? The answer will horrify you in this week's all Astro Boy edition of CBULR!
The week closes out with a script review, production stills, spy video from a Chicago set and a canine in costume, plus "Watchmen," "Wanted" and more.
This past Saturday, CBR News spent the day at Shriners Children's Hospital in Los Angeles with members of the Superhero Group, a charity whose members visit area children's hospitals dressed as super heroes.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with some advance looks at "Punisher" #50, "Foolkiller" #1, and "Terror, Inc." #1.
CBR News presents the first part of an extended interview with scholar Timothy Callahan, author of "Grant Morrison: The Early Years," an exhaustive analytical look at Morrison's late '80s and early '90s work.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR News presents advance looks at new issues of "All-Flash," "Justice Society of America," "Detective Comics" and "Action Comics."
Silent Devill publishes in October a collection of Drew Edwards' "Halloween Man" web-comics. CBR News sat down with Edwards and Silent Devil co-founder Christian Beranek to talk about "Superdeformed."
Did "X-Men" #200 leave you with questions? Who are you kidding, of course it did! CBR News and writer Mike Carey are here with the answers!
In one of the more enlightening panels at MoCCA this past weekend, David Axe ("War Fix"), Greg Cook ("Catch As Catch Can) and Brendan Burfod ("Syncopated") discussed the challenges and benefits to reporting war through comics.
Optimus and the gang rake in the dough, Rorschach gets called a fraud and Spawn heads to Gotham City, all in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
We here at CBR are enjoying the American Independence Day holiday and will be back in full force on Thursday, but there's still plenty happening here over on the CBR Forums. Find out what you're missing.
You guys can't get enough of those heroes from the Great White North, so to keep that excitement alive we've got a preview of "Omega Flight" #4 shipping next Wednesday.
He's written for the New York Times and Rolling Stone, worked with the likes of Marilyn Manson and Jenna Jameson, and wrote an OGN with Bernard Chang called "How To Make Money Like A Porn Star." CBR News spoke with Straus about his unusual career.
Now the legend of Star-Lord rises again as fan-favorite writer Keith Giffen (Annihilation) and soon-to-be star penciler Timothy Green II (Rush City) bring you Annihilation: Conquest â€“Star-Lord, a sci-fi homage to Sgt. Fury and his Howling commandos.
Peoples Archive presents the video life story of the legendary American comic book writer, Stan Lee.
ean Haspiel and Michel Fiffe's creature romance double feature comes to comic shops!
Just in time for July 4th, Devil's Due Publishing has provided CBR News with an advance look at "G.I. Joe: America's Elite" #25, celebrating twenty-five years of G.I. Joe.
Hellboy's former teammates at the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense have a messy time ahead in their new miniseries, "The Killing Ground." CBR News spoke with co-writer John Arcudi.
Zack Snyder's new project is starting to look familiar, Lt. Malcolm Reed takes up a life of crime, Tyrese and Michael Bay talk filming challenges and Chim Chim goes berserk, plus news on "Wyoming," "The Dark Knight," "Captain America" and more.
Marvel is pleased to announce that due to the overwhelming demand, X-Men #200 will return to press with a variant cover featuring the interior artwork of Chris Bachalo and the former hero Gambit!
After selling out at DC Comics just one day after its instore date, GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS SPECIAL #1 is being sent back to press for a new, second printing.
Marvel is pleased to announce that World War Hulk: Front Line #1 and World War Hulk: X-Men #1 have sold out at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level).
Great Spidey art gets early release at Wizard World Chicago in August!
RETURN TO THE BELLY OF THE BEAST!
Rude Dude Productions announced the Sold Out Nexus FCBD issue is available for order now
Valiant Entertainment today unveiled the fully colored dust jacket cover art for the HARBINGER: THE BEGINNING hardcover collection, in stores August 29th.