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Announced during CCI, B. Clay Moore and Jeremy Haun ask the question "What if super-heroes really existed in World War II?" Look for the answer in "Battle Hymn" this December from Image.
You've seen Niles take on vampires, and you've seen him take on a world filled with monsters with Cal MacDonald. This October, Niles takes a Los Angeles detective into a world he never knew existed with "Lurkers" from IDW Publishing.
During a panel discussion at CCI, DC Comics announced that writer Judd Winick has been named the permanent writer of "Batman" starting with November's #634. The writer will be joined on "Batman" by artist Doug Mahnke. CBR News spoke with Winick to learn more about his plans.
It's a good day for pale skinned macabre women, Don Murphy is the industry's biggest tease, and Warren Ellis quashes the rumors.
Man of Action Duncan Rouleau spoke with CBR News about his latest projects, including Nightmarist," a new graphic novel coming this January from Active Images.
Judd Winick named permanent writer on "Batman," Matt Wagner does "Dark Moon Rising," and the Batman team reveals "Batman: War Games" details at a panel during CCI.
Costumes, creators and loads of Star Wars costumes. Plus, Robert Kirkman cops a feel, spinny things, Joe Kelly plays video games, pirates, wenches and sights from the first full day of the convention.
Writer Jason Hall and artist John Watkiss bring a brand new series to readers from Vertigo later this year in "Trigger." Jason Hall spoke with CBR News briefly with details on the series.
During a panel at CCI in San Diego, DC Comics announced detailes of a new Justice League series, "Justice League Classified," with writer Grant Morrison and Ed McGuiness handling the first story arc.
A handfull of pictures featuring the sites at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Preview Night.
In today's round up, Lionel Luthor talks, you've got Marv, the Kryptonian's chronicled and that Cat may not be what you think ...
This October sees the debut of the new ongoing series "30 Days Of Night: Bloodsucker Tales" with stories by Steve Niles & Kody Chamberlin as well as Matt Fraction & Ben Templesmith. Niles and Fraction spoke to CBR News about their plans for the series.
The summer of 2005 sees the publication of "Moonshine" from AiT/Planet Lar. Writer Dan Curtis Johnson spoke with CBR News about the series, which takes place in the old west where everything is not exactly what it seems.
J Torres offers a love story he can relate to this October in Oni Press' "Love is a Foreign Language," a story loosely based on his own life.
Comic Book Resources announces the addition of a new regular column written by Joe Casey & Matt Fraction called THE BASEMENT TAPES to debut Tuesday, July 27th.
Image Comics mixes sci-fi and horror in the 2005 debuting series "Fear Agent," from writer/inker Rick Remender and artist Tony Moore. CBR News spoke with Rememder to learn more about this series. Updated
IDW Publishing has announced the next chapter in their ongoing series of "CVO" adventures with "CVO: Rogue State." Writer Jeff Mariotte spoke to CBR News about the seris.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Signs Deal With Pocket Books, Niles to Write Series of Original 30 Days Of Night Novels
Atomeka has provided CBR News with seven pages of preview art from the upcoming Giffen & DeMatteis one-shot "Hero Squared," with a look at the variant cover that should be somewhat familiar.
What's better than just one site brining you the convention news? Well, how about two, working together to cover it all.
Christopher Reeve may be joining the Donner party in producing the new flick, Sam Raimi's already written the next Spider-film, and Warren Ellis gets pretty on TV.
Writer Joe Casey and artist Steve Parkhouse have embarked on a dark journey in the horror title "Milkman Murders" from Dark Horse Comics. Casey spoke with CBR News about the series and its origins.
Next spring sees the release of Kirsten Baldock and Fabio Moon's "Smoke and Guns" from AiT/Planet Lar. It's the story of warring cigarette girls which leads to all kinds of murder and mayhem between girls wearing the most interesting of costumes.
This year, Top Shelf will debut eight titles at Comic-Con International in San Diego. CBR News talked with Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about their offerings with a look at what's coming next. Includes loads of preview pages.
Michael Rosenbaum wants to make out, Don Murphy is playing coy and Harry Knowles has the 411 on the first sighting of the Bat in today's wrap-up.
Horror Goddess Lady Death has been rescued and will return to comic shop shelves in two new, full-color series to be published by Avatar Press. CBR News spoke with Brian Pulido and Avatar's William Christensen to learn more about their plans, how the rights were rescued and what's next for the character.
A busy weekend with the latest news on productions for "Global Frequency," "Elektra," "Green Lantern," "Blade: Trinity," "Catwoman," "Spider-Man 3," "Superman," "Avengers," "Batman Begins," "Sin City" and "Smallville." Whew!
Mix elements of serial/action films of the early 20th century with an eye for the 21st century and you have "The Dark Agent," a new short-film by Michael Kehoe with a series of nine graphic novels to come in early 2005. The film debuts at Comic-Con International later this week.
Writer/film maker Greg Pak talks about the September debuting title "Warlock" from Marvel Comics. He discusses this latest version of the character, what you can expect, plus how he ended up at Marvel.
Catching up with writer Ron Marz who discusses his plans for "Green Lantern," "Star Wars: Empire" and "The Darkness," plus life post CrossGen and much more. Includes "Empire" pages.
Diamond Comics Distributors has released the top comic numbers based on actual sales on product shipped in June, 2004, including Overall Market Share, Top 300 Comics and Top 50 Graphic Novels/TPB's.
Artist Pascal Ferry talks about the upcoming "Adam Strange" mini-series, contrasts working on this mini-series to his previous Superman gigs and the varied artistic influences he pulls on.