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GANTZ Brings Its Hardboiled Universe of Ultra-stylish Violence, Pathos, and Sexiness to Dark Horse
Courtesy of Wildstorm. CBR brings you advance looks at writer Christos Gage's hotly anticipated new books, "The Authority: Prime" and "Midnighter: Armageddon."
CBR News sat down with "Flash Gordon's" Karen Cliche to find out more about SciFi's newest show and what she shares in common with everyone's favorite merc with a mouth, Deadpool.
Lightning strikes twice for Mark Waid as the revered author returns to the series that made him famous, DC Comics' "The Flash," running alongside Wally and the rest of the West family.
Dan Wickline went to his first ever BlizzCon, the convention put on by "World of Warcraft" makers Blizzard Entertainment. What do Jim Lee, DC Comics and Tokyopop have to do with it? Dan filed this report.
The famed "Witchblade" author is penning the provocative "Shadow Hunter" series for Virgin Comics, which is being launched in December with a preview issue priced at 25 cents.
This weekend you learned that Alex Ross will return to Marvel Comics. Today we discover that return involves a series called "Avengers/Invaders." We spoke with Ross in-depth about the series.
Industry watchers were surprised to learn this morning that Marvel & the Dabel Bros. have concluded their publishing relationship, but Marvel will continue to publish some of their titles. Details inside.
Feuding superheroes, interviews aplenty and trying to kill Ice Cube -- you know it, you love it, it's the Comic Reel.
CBR News talks to writer Dan Wickline about writing Steve Niles' "Strange Cases," a new miniseries from Image Comics that is also the bases for a video game from D2C Games.
Rambo creator David Morrell tackles Marvel Comics' iconic soldier this September in the pages of "Captain America: The Chosen." We spoke with Morrell about the new miniseries.
Avatar Press brought horror legend and "Night of the Living Dead" writer John Russo to fans in Wizard World Chicago, and CBR News was there.
CBR News spoke with "Heroes" star Hayden Panettiere about what's in store for the former cheerleader in the hit show's upcoming second season.
The comics industry has lost one of its most respected members this weekend – artist Mike Wieringo has passed away at the age of 44. Updated with comments from Mark Waid & Matt Haley.
Today Billy Batson's screenwriter speaks, a counterterrorist force may have found direction plus more fast paced updates.
Dark Horse President Mike Richardson sits behind the keyboard for "Cut," a horror/thriller OGN that finds our heroine trapped in a small room under odd circumstances. We spoke exclusively with Richardson & artist Todd Herman and have 10 pages.
The sheer number of costumes on Saturday in Chicago is staggering, but somehow we managed to get some shots of comic creators in there, too! More photo parade goodness with as expected snark!
A new "Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash" series was announced at the Wildstorm panel in Chicago today, as well as updates on "Armageddon," "World of Warcraft" and "Wetworks."
Top Cow's Pilot Season begins and voting will take place on MySpace with a second season already planned. Plus, Millar updates "Wanted," Sejic is the exclusive "Witchblade" painter & more.
Dwayne McDuffie knew he only had one year with Marvel's first family and squeezed in as much as he could before Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch grabbed the keys to the Fantasticar in "Fantastic Four."
Matt Wagner gave a quarter-century's worth of working-in-comics knowledge to a packed meeting room at Wizard World Chicago, and CBR News was there to pick up all the tips.
It's Oracle vs. Calculator this week, as Justin and Brian run down all the story points from this week, as well as offer analysis and some guesses as to what you should expect next.
In the latest CBR Boat Show video interview, Top Cow's Rob Levin and Filip Sablik reveal how voting for Pilot Season will be handled through MySpace and what the future holds for the initiative. Updated
Bale, Oldman and Nolan crash Wizard World Chicago to discuss "The Dark Knight" and show fans clips from the new film. We've got a full report.
Joe Quesada held his regular Q&A session at WW Chicago Saturday, touching on new projects from Ross, Ellis and Michelinie, plus the answer to the most important question of the day - is Joe Quesada a Skrull?
Michael Tuner and Aspen Comics met with fans Saturday for an extensive preview of new artwork and projects, and CBR News was there to get all the details.
CBR News was there on Saturday when Paul Levitz, Dan DiDio and a full panel of DC Comics staffers met with fans and announced new projects, including six Batman anime films.
It's our first full batch of photos from WW Chicago, with a handful of creators, looks at the floor and more costumed folk than you can shake a stick at!
Alex Ross has been long absent from the Marvel Universe, but that's changed with the release of a cryptic Captain America image labeled, "The Return." CBR News spoke with Ross about the project.
The Ultimate Universe's two living weapons, the Hulk and Iron Man,l find themselves reluctant allies in "Ultimate Hulk/Iron Man a six-issue miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cary Nord.
Iron Man and Dr. Doom will be forced to join forces once again in "Iron Man: Legacy of Doom," a new miniseries by legendary Iron Man writers David Michelinie and Bob Layton.
Plenty of interesting developments came out of the Civil War and Remembrance panel at WWC, including Millar & Hitch on "Fantastic Four," details on Millar's "1985" with Tommy Lee Edwards and more.
"Annihilation: Conquest - Quasar," "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man," "New X-Men," "Sub-Mariner," "Super-Villain Team Up," and "Wolverine: Origins." We've got 'em all!
2008 will be a grand year for "Fantastic Four" fans, because the acclaimed "Ultimates" team of Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch will take over the book. CBR News spoke with Millar about his plans for the series. Updated with an FF Trailer!
Announced today at WW Chicago, Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch will follow-up their run on "Ultimates" with twelve issues of "Fantastic Four." CBR News spoke with Hitch in-depth.
Mattel unleashed upon an audience of collectors a bold presentation filled with new products and even a world premiere that's sure to delight toy enthusiasts and DC fans alike.
Marvel's second panel of Wizard World Chicago picked up where the first left off, with more questions about Spidey's marriage and a showcase of new Silver Surfer, Killraven and Hulk projects.
Matt Wagner, Brian Azzarello and Bob Wayne met with fans Friday at Vertigo's From the Edge panel to announce a number of projects celebrating "Hellblazer's" 20th anniversary.
Marvel tried hosting an X-Men panel Friday, but instead, a Spider-Man debate broke out! Oh, and the question one fan wasn't afraid to ask: why does Sabretooth have a big butt? Updated