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Marvel Comics has released preview pages from the upcoming "Ultimates Annual" #1 & "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #22 and we've got six pages of each for you to check out.
This past weekend at Comic-Con International, Scholastic held a panel laying out some of their upcoming plans for their Graphix line of original graphic novels for young readers.
Michael Bay puts the Autobots and Decepticons on hold, Reed and the gang look towards the future, we take a look at Viggo's latest, take a long look at what they've done to Alan Moore's anarchist terrorist tale, get a director's cut of "Elektra" and much more.
Legendary artist Jim Aparo, known best for his voluminous amount of work on DC's Batman, has died at the age of 72 from complications related to a recent illness.
This past weekend at Comic-Con International, Telltale Games gave the press a look at the upcoming video game based on Jeff Smith's comic series "Bone." Includes loads of screen grabs from the game.
The recently made Marvel exclusive writer Greg Pak has been announced as the writer of the upcoming "Battlestar Galactica" comic for Dynamite Entertainment.
Marvel's Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada has signed a multi-year contract extension with Marvel Comics, the publisher announced today, and will also assume the role of Chief Creative Officer, Publishing.
Joel Silver clears up misconceptions that Alan Moore would play nicely with his latest adaptation, Zak Penn clears up some rumors floating around Westchester, Aaron Magruder comes to Adult Swim and Bryan Singer has faith in his lead actor, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
The weekend news from San Diego gets summed up with tons of news on the Last Son of Krypton, Marvel's merry mutants, Joss Whedon's labor of love, Fez' first feature film, Alan Moore's treatise on terrorism, Eva Mendes meeting the geeks, Will Eisner's witty hero coming to life and much more.
Dazzling women, monster machines, and, oh yeah, Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx -- Sony Pictures presented a cornucopia of new offerings for an enthusiastic Comicon crowd.
The always jovial cast of the film "Serenity" joined creator Joss Whedon at a rollicking panel filled with snippets of humor, heartfelt affection and action packed footage.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in October of 2005.
Marvel Comics has announced that the celebrated author of "Caught Stealing" and "Six Bad Things," Charlie Huston, will bring the character Moon Knight back to comics shops monthly beginning in February of 2006.
The Eisner Awards, often referred to as the "Academy Awards" of the comics industry, were held this past weekend at Comic-Con International and the results are in. Who won what? Check inside to find out.
Saturday afternoon Warner Bros. gave fans their first look at footage from next summer's highly anticipated film "Superman Returns" starring Brandon Routh. So, how did it look? Check inside.
Oni Press presented a diverse collection of upcoming titles at CCI Saturday afternoon. A large number of creators were present to introduce their projects to the crowd and those attending the panel also got a look at a live-action trailer for the Oni title "Ojo."
Saturday is now over at Comic-Con International and you know what that means -- LOTS of costumed people! A total of 85 photos were snapped Saturday afternoon and they're ready for your viewing enjoyment. Movie stars, rock stars, costumed cuties, wacky weirdos and a whole bunch of creators round out Saturday's Photo Parade.
A large crowd turned out to hear superstar artist Jim Lee dish about the creation of his latest project, "All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder," at the DC All-Stars panel at CCI. Lee fielded questions from fans and gave some insight into the book.
WildStorm creators and editors look ahead to the next nine months of projects at a panel Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Updated with images.
DC Comics announced a flurry of new projects Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, including "The Death of Magic," by Bill Willingham, "Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths," a new "Sgt. Rock" miniseries by Joe Kubert, Mark Waid on "The Brave & the Bold," "Superman Chronicles," Jeph Loeb's and Darwyn Cooke's "The Spirit/Batman" and Cooke's new "Spirit" series, plus news that Mark Waid has signed exclusively with DC. Updated with images.
Announced at SDCC, writer Antony Johnston is debuting a new ongoing series from Oni Press early next year. Depicting a unique, post-apocalyptic future, Johnston plans to draw in readers through lots of mystery and action every month.
A group of some of comics' most widely-respected Golden and Silver Age artists reminisced about what it was like to work in the Eisner studios, as part of Friday's panel programming at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Coming in the fall of 2006, "Oz" and "Homicide" creator Tom Fontana will bring his unique storytelling style to comics with the original graphic novel "Batman: Hopeless & Faith," announced today at CCI. We sat down for a chat with Fontana and his artist Cliff Chiang to see what they have in story for readers.
Fans of Elfquest rejoiced at the Comic-Con International today when the Pinis announced a new series with DC Comics. The series promises to delight old fans and be accessible to new ones, as they duo explained to CBR News.
Disney Publishing and Diamond Distributors have partnered with the Maryland Department of Education to create a "Comics in the Classroom" program intended to improve the reading ability of third-to-fifth-grade students, it was announced at the "Bringing Back Comics for Kids" panel on Friday.
Announced earlier today at CCI, writer Allen Warner and artist Ale Garza will be debuting a new Wildstorm mini-series this year, "Skye Runner." CBR News spoke exclusively with Warner to learn about this new high fantasy series.
The Jim Henson Company, Tokyopop and Neil Gaiman are set to bring the upcoming film "MirrorMask" and other classic fantasy titles to manga.
The DCU won't be the same after "Infinite Crisis," the universe-altering mini-series which begins in October. CCI was the site of the latest "Crisis Counseling" session, a panel discussion where DC's Dan DiDio, joined by special guests, fields questions from fans about "Infinite Crisis" and its effects upon the DC Universe.
In preparation for the September release of a deluxe hardcover, the Alan Moore collaborator spoke passionately about the creative process, his new French project, and the upcoming adaptation starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman.
It's day two of Comic-Con International in San Diego, which means it's time for another edition of CBR's Photo Parade! Lots of creators, lots of costumes (some good, some really not so good) and a whole lotta something, including an examination of the degrees of hotness that can be attained (according to one con-goer).
Top Cow's panel at CCI Friday proved informative and hilarious. The panel highlighted the studio's offerings for the rest of the year with a particular spotlight on "Freshmen," the new series by Hugh Sterbakov and Seth Green about a group of college students given powers that aren't quite super.
DC unveiled their plans for the next year in the mature readers imprint Vertigo with a panel of no less than 20 attendees, including VP/Executive Director Karne Berger, Jill Thompson, Brian K. Vaughn, Brian Wood, Bill Willingham and writer/director Darren Aronofsky.
Steven T. Seagle spoke exclusively with CBR News about his new monthly series, "American Virgin," announced at Comic-Con International today. From sex to violence to history, Seagle is looking to bring a new spin to old themes in the Vertigo series.
In spring 2006 Howard Chaykin and David Tischman take readers back to sun-drenched and vampire-infested Miami with "Bite Club: Vampire Crime Unit." Artist David Hahn is also back providing interiors and Frank Quitely returns to do covers for the series, which looks at the vampire crime family, the Del Toros, through the eyes of the members of an elite police unit. CBR News spoke to Chaykin about the series.
Terry Fitzgerald treated an enthusiastic crowd at CCI Thursday to an exclusive preview of the new "Spawn" animated feature. While still in the pre-production stages, there was still plenty to talk about and look at.
In preparation for the DVD's release, director Francis Lawrence was all set to show slides and get into the mechanics of the movie. But he didn't make it. So actress Rachel Weisz made due, with Brian Azzarello, Tim Bradstreet and Karen Berger along for the ride.
Could Justin Timberlake's main squeeze have been sized up for a golden lasso? We ponder that while bringing a manga classic to the states, getting back to Cimmeria, getting mythical with Mike Mignola, changing a lot in "A History of Violence," hearing the calm before the Storm and looking in on Bryan Singer in Australia.
This September, the silver screen adaptation of John Wagner and Vince Locke's graphic novel "A History of Violence" hits theaters. Convention goers were given a sneak peek of the film and a chance to chat with the film's writer, Josh Olson, and the film's director, the legendary David Cronenberg.
We know what you want ... photos of the costumed folk! You also probably want some photos of comic creators. How about a weather report from the con floor? Well, we've got all that -- whether you want it or not -- with our Day 1 Photo Parade. Updated