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Announced Saturday at the New York Comic-Con, Italian artist Simone Bianchi ("Green Lantern," "Shining Knight") has signed an exclusive contract with the publisher. We caught up with Bianchi to see what this means for him.
During the Cup O' Joe panel at the New York Comic-Con, Marvel EiC Joe Quesada announced the publisher has signed artist John Romita Jr. to a new, five-year contract. We caught up the artist to learn about the deal and his new project, "The Eternals," with Neil Gaiman.
Jim Lee fans, it's your lucky day, as CBR has an in-depth transcription of the fan favorite artist's panel from the New York Comic Con. Lee dishes on everything you'd like to know about and revealed his next big DC project.
CBR's coverage of the New York Comic Con continues, as we report on the DC Comics/Vertigo panel. It was a brief event, but fans won't want to miss the updates on their favorite series.
At Marvel Comics' first panel of the New York Comic Con, the company covered everything from Gods, to mutants, to Avengers. Check out what CBR learned about the future of the Marvel Universe.
The shadow of the Vietnam War still looms over many Americans. This summer, writer Jason Aaron takes readers back to that conflict in "The Other Side" a five issue mini-series from Vertigo. CBR news spoke to Aaron about the series which follows the strange and frightening journey of soldiers on opposite sides of the war.
Today at the New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics announced their exclusive contract with New York Times best selling author Tamora Pierce, who will be writing a new "White Tiger" series. Includes the press release and promo art.
PRESS RELEASE: Tokyopop And Flagship Studios Take Hellgate: London From The PC To The Page With An Exciting New Manga
Before Wolverine gets involved in Marvel's epic "Civil War" storyline, he will risk everything to save the life of an innocent baby girl who is the key to ending civil war in an African nation. This is the plot of April's "Wolverine" #41, from writer Stuart Moore and artist C.P. Smith. CBR News spoke with Moore about the issue.
"All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder" will feature a six-page Batcave foldout by Jim Lee and we've got a look at it for ya.
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present, and future. Today we sit down with Reginald Hudlin, writer of "Black Panther" and head of entertainment at BET.
Ol' Web Head gets a more somber wardrobe choice, while the Luna Brothers' small-screen adaptation get blinded by science. A siren song comes to "Mercy Reef" and more metahuman madness hits Metropolis, plus a video clip from "V For Vendetta."
Named by Time Magazine as the best show on television, "Battlestar Galactica" is a reboot with even more oomph than the original. Dynamite Entertainment is bringing you a comic book based on the show, with writer Greg Pak in tow, and he spoke to CBR News about the series.
This April, the world of "Tron" invades comics in a new six-issue series called "Tron: Ghost in the Machine" from SLG Publishing. We caught up with the programmers, err, writers of the series, Landry Walker & Eric Jones, to get the full story.
If you've ever read a comic featuring the Creeper, you undoubtedly couldn't forget the surreal styling of the character or his trademark laugh. This June, the Creeper is back in a new, six-issue mini-series written by Steve Niles with art by Justiniano. We caught up with Niles to learn more about his plans.
Everybody on the cast and crew of the Marvel sequel is talking today, while somebody's gonna get romantic in Kansas' weirdest town, Kirk Jones is now downloadable and Warner Brothers sizes up sequels and miniskirts in the week's penultimate look at links, legends and lies.
Time to turn off the lights in the Danger Room and hit the rack for some rest, as CBR wraps up our special "X3" coverage. As we conclude, Kelsey Grammer talks about his role as Beast in "X-Men: The Last Stand." Come on in and find out who's smarter - Hank McCoy or Frasier Crane?
If X marks the spot, then you've hit gold with CBR's continuing "X3" coverage. In the second part of our Q & A with Brett Ratner and the X-cast, we discuss the new characters, why Angel is just so dreamy, a cure for mutants, and things that make Halle Berry queasy.
"X3" madness continues, as CBR and the Xavier Institute For Higher Learning bring you more coverage of the film, straight from the set. This time, Brett Ratner and the X-cast talk about the new film, its new director, and Storm's new personality.
Our "X3" coverage continues, as CBR had a chat with X3 Visual Effects Supervisor John Bruno. Learn how Angel flies, and find out how Patrick Stewart revisits his Star Trek roots in the film.
In the second part of the "X3" set visit, CBR News talked with Associate Producer Dave Gorder. Plus, Juggernaut chases after Kitty...
CBR News visited the "X3" set and brought back some juicy interviews. First, CBR chatted with Production Designer Ed Verreaux. Come inside and learn why the X-Men are at Alcatraz.
Marvel Comics has released a color preview of March's "Sensational Spider-Man" #24, featuring a story by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and art by Angel Medina.
We hear about a lot of exclusive creator signings these days, but this one's a bit different. Bwah-Ha-Ha, the brand of humor invented by Keith Giffen & J.M. DeMatteis, is going exclusively to Boom! Studios. What, you say? Come on in and we'll explain.
Continuing our celebration of Black History Month, today we talk with Arvell Jones, former artist for Marvel, DC, and Milestone. We discuss his early days at Marvel, the key to breaking into the industry, and how hard it is for different parts of the industry to just get along.
Yesterday we shared with you DVD style commentary on "Red Sonja" #0 by writer's Michael Avon Omeing and Mike Carey. Today, Oeming is back to take a look at "Red Sonja" #6.