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TRINITY, the new weekly series that reunites the Thunderbolts creative team of writer Kurt Busiek and penciller Mark Bagley, is set to make its explosive debut in June with an extra-sized 40-page issue at the regular series price of $2.99!
"The Spectacular Spider-Man" adds yet another villain to its growing rogues gallery with the introduction of Shocker in an episode entitled "Market Forces" -- premiering this Saturday, March 22 at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT on Kids' WB! on The CW.
With the first issue of TRINITY, DC Comics' new weekly series, scheduled to arrive in stores on June 4, DC announces that the first four issues of TRINITY will be fully returnable for qualifying Diamond retailers.
Kids' WB! on The CW presents the final stand-alone episode of "Legion of Super Heroes" on Saturday, March 22 with a chapter entitled "In Your Dreams." The episode airs at 9:30 a.m. ET/PT.
IDW Publishing is expanding the stories told in the Angel universe with special interlude issues, an all-new spin-off miniseries, and new artistic help to continue "Angel: After The Fall."
Dark Horse will be bringing Simone Lia's graphic novel "Fluffy," a book which book explores the complicated nature of many relationships, from parent/child bonds to the intricacies of romance, to American audiences this June.
2000AD, the UK Premier Sci-Fi comic is pioneering 21st century comic book distribution with the launch of its full digital online service on Wednesday 19th March. The site, the first to enable customers to download full copies of the comic, forms part of www.clickwheel.net, the digital comic distribution website.
This summer, Dark Horse Comics will release a collection of rapper/cartoonist Keith Knight's Harvey Award-winning, semi-autobiographical comic strip, The K Chronicles, presented for the first time in a comprehensive omnibus edition.
Dark Horse Comics is proud to present "Beards of our Forefathers" - a collection of David Malki's Ignatz-nominated comic strip Wondermark - in a handsome, hardbound edition.
Marvel ahs released preview pages from "Nova" #12, which leads directly into the finale of the "Annihilation: Conquest" mini-series.
The Florida Supercon has announced nine new guests for their 2008 show in May, including DJ Heavygrinder, Tadahisa Yoshida, Marked As His Equal and more.
In today's installment of GREEK WEEK, we talk with writers Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak along with assistant editor Nate Cosby about the April one-shot, "Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Clash."
The New York Center for Independent Publishing held its first annual Splat Graphic Novel Symposium this past Saturday, and CBR News was there. Learn why web comics are better than the Food Network, and why "Good Night, Gorilla" is a modern classic.
"Wolverine" writer Jason Aaron stops by X-POSITION to answer your questions about the "Get Mystique" storyline and preview exclusive art from "Wolverine" #64.
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, Alyssa Milano and writer/producers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor discussed at Wizard World LA their upcoming releases "Pathology" and "Game," and CBR was there.
Avatar Press' Editor-in-Chief William Christensen talks about the free web-comic "FreakAngels", "Gravel" and working with Alan Moore.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible" #49 by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley and Bill Crabtree.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new titles and product shipping in June, 2008.
There's much praise for Heath Ledger's clown prince of crime, Alexis Nolent cashes a check, Peter Parker gets a shock plus "Heroes," "Justice League" and more.
The first three issues of "New Exiles" have sold out at the Diamond level, and Marvel has released this preview of issue #4.
Archaia Studios Press announces new online store allowing readers to order books to be delivered by mail or downloaded and read on their computer.
"Heroes" writer Joe Pokaski takes CBR News to the blue area of the moon as we discuss his first foray into the Marvel Universe with "Secret Invasion: Inhumans."
In Part I of our weeklong feature on "The Incredible Hercules" series, CBR News speaks with writers Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak about the Prince of Power's past both as a mythological champion and Marvel superhero.
DC Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics and products shipping in June, 2008, including "Trinity," the return of "Manhunter" and more.
Painter Arthur Suydam met with fans at Wizard World in Los Angeles to talk about what goes into making the homage covers for the wildly popular "Marvel Zombies" series of books.
Writer Mark Evanier met with fans in Los Angeles last weekend to discuss his new book, "Kirby: King of Comics," and his personal connection with Jack "The King" Kirby that goes back to his high school years.
Holly and Harley go off on their own and Ray Palmer races for a cure as Justin and Brian bring you up to speed on the latest from "Countdown to Final Crisis" and where it might be headed next.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance images and solicitation information for some of the new comics Marvel will be shipping in June, 2008.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Jungle Girl" #5, "Red Sonja" #31, and "Darkness Vs. Eva: Daughter of Dracula" #1.
Lana Lang tries to kick it, Jeph Loeb drops a spoiler, plus tons of news from Wizard World Los Angeles, "Tintin," "Iron Man," "The Dark Knight" and more.
Following on the heels of their successful "The Dark Tower" adaptation, Marvel will bring the classic Stephen King novel "The Stand" to comics.
Is it "the end of the beginning" or the beginning of the end as Jeph Loeb and Joe Madureira sat down to discuss the ideas that went behind the new series.
Artist Terry Dodson forms a superstar tagteam with Greg Land on Marvel's flagship X-book beginning with July's landmark issue #500. We spoke with Dodson & check out the cover to "Young X-Men" #3.
This June, Richard Corben will use his trademark style to bring to life the masterpieces of H.P. Lovecraft in "Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft" from Marvel's MAX imprint. We spoke with editor Daniel Ketchum.
The Mondo Marvel panel at Wizard World LA was full of news, previews and hints dropped by panel participants Jim McCann, Matt Fraction, Chris Gage, Aubrey Sitterson and Charles Knauf.
Executive producers Seth Green and Matthew Senreich talk about the upcoming season, future "Star Wars" parodies and working with Burt Reynolds.
Silvestri and the Top Cow crew reveal peaks into their universe-altering 2008 plans, including "Freshmen," "Witchblade," "Darkness," the "Wanted" movie, "Madam Mirage," and Pilot Season.
Ricky Purdin from "Wizard" and Adam Tracy from "Toyfare" talk about the comic related films that Hollywood, including a look at the new "Speed Racer" trailer.
Lou Ferrigno reminisces about what it was like to work on "The Incredible Hulk" TV show, the new "Incredible Hulk" film and talks about what comes next.