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Friday at the New York Comic Con, Stan Lee announced "Ultimo," a new manga series from Viz Comics with art by Hiroyuki Takei. The series debuted today in Japan and American publication will follow as soon as possible.
Dark Horse's late Saturday panel at the New York Comic Con sets out the publisher's plans for 2008 and beyond. Read the latest news at happens with CBR's live coverage.
Dan Brereton returns with the first new Nocturnals story in years, and CBR News has the details and exclusive art. Find out what changes "Carnival of Beasts," an Image one-shot, has in store for our nocturnal heroes.
CBR News was live at Saturday afternoon's Grant Morrison Spotlight at the New York Comic Con. After yesterday's Virgin Comics and Vertigo announcements, who knows what's next? Answer: you~!
CBR reported live from Saturday morning's Make Mine Marvel panel at the New York Comic Con. Among other announcements was the news that Marvel will be adapting Orson Scott Card's "Ender's Game."
CBR was live at the New York Comic Con for Marvel's Secret Invasion panel. Discover all the latest skrully goodness from Joe Quesada and a cast of thousands (of skrulls?).
DC's Minx Comics panel at NY Comic Con featured previews of upcoming 2008 series, including "Water Baby," "Burnout," and "New York Four."
It’s nearly summer and cartoonist Matthew Loux is taking readers on a family vacation, courtesy of Oni Press. We spoke with the ALA award-winning creator about “Salt Water Taffy.” Warning: giant lobsters ahead.
What’s more terrifying than a haunted house and an angry mob of pigeons? CBR spoke with Joe Lansdale and Nathan Fox, creators of Dark Horse’s R.E. Howard adaptation, “Pigeons from Hell," to find out.
In “The Nye Incidents,” a lone detective must uncover the truth behind a series of grisly murders that may have been perpetrated by aliens. We speak with writers Whitley Strieber & Craig Spector, who gave us a 22-page preview of the graphic novel.
“Freshmen” returns in a special summer one-shot, as the kids with useless powers fight a giant heartbroken plant. Green & Sterbakov chat about the book and essential reading on teenage sociopaths.
Vampires roam the earth, and only one woman can stop them. Who she is depends on whether you're reading "Blood+" or "Buffy." CBR spoke with Dark Horse editors Scott Allie and Philip Simon about both books.
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.
2007 was a big year for the very prolific Steve Niles, who spoke with CBR News about the "30 Days of Night" film and previewed pages from the next issue of "Criminal Macabre: My Demon Baby."
With issue #3 on sale now, writer Joshua Dysart and artist Paul Azaceta stop by CBR News to talk about "B.P.R.D. 1946," which depicts an early mission of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense.
In an era when baseball was arguably more than just a game, Puerto Rican-born Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Roberto Clemente occupied his own place in the American consciousness. We spoke with author Wilfred Santiago about "21."
The "Spectacular Spider-Man" cartoon debuted at WonderCon, and CBR chatted one-on-one with several of the voice actors and producers to get their take on the latest Spidey animated series.
With "Hellboy II" in theatres this summer, creator Mike Mignola is busy expanding the world of his supernatural detective and co. on the comics page. CBR spoke with Mignola about "BPRD: 1946" and "Abe Sapien: The Drowning."
At Marvel's press call today they discussed a lot - except for "Secret Invasion" - and we've got word from Brevoort, Alonso, Paniccia, Rosemann, Lowe and a massive gallery of new artwork.
Light and darkness (or "The Darkness") meet this April in the four-issue "Darkness vs. Eva" miniseries from Dynamite Enterment. CBR News spoke with writing team Leah Moore & John Reppion about the book.