PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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Eisner and Emmy Award-winning writer Paul Dini returns to the Batverse with a new series featuring Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. CBR News spoke with Dini about "Gotham City Sirens."
Veteran television and comics writer Paul Dini is writing not one, but two Batverse titles in the Dick Grayson Batman era of the DC Universe. In this the first of a two-part interview, Dini talks to CBR about “Batman: Streets of Gotham.”
The creators of “Star Trek: Countdown” are back for “Star Trek: Nero,” this time telling the story of what the movie’s big bad – a Romulan played by Eric Bana – was doing during his 25-year search for Spock.
Bill Willingham shares exclusive details about his forthcoming 400-page “Fables” prose novel, as well what’s coming in 2010 for the Big Bad Wolf. We've also got the full first chapter of "Peter & Max."
In celebration of Marvel's 70th anniversary, Marcos Martin contributes variant covers for a series of one-shot specials. CBR spoke with the artist about the project and checked out his cover sketches.
Adam Beechen couldn’t be happier that his original graphic novel "Hench" is being made into a movie by Warner Bros. And the fact "Eastbound & Down" star Danny McBride is on board as the lead makes it even better.
With “The Book of Lies” out in paperback, his run on “Buffy the Vampire: Season 8” coming up, not to mention two other books in the works, CBR News checked in with the writer for an update on everything Brad Meltzer.
Who is Citizen Rex? And more importantly, what’s the world’s most famous robot doing back after being deactivated some 20 years ago? We checked in with “Love and Rockets” creators Mario & Gilbert Hernandez to find out.
The third largest convention in North America, Fan Expo is set to return to Toronto, Canada August 28-30. CBR spoke with Event Coordinator Kevin Boyd, who shared some more big league talent added to the guest list.
Superstar artist Mark Bagley looks back on the landmark "Trinity" project, whereby he drew 12 pages a week for a whole year. What's next? Bagley's signed up for a four-issue run on DC’s “Batman.”
In what Archie Comics is billing as the “Archie Story of the Century,” writer Michael Uslan is set to take Riverdale’s resident redhead into the future where he pops the question more than 65 years in making: “Will you marry me?"
Fan favorite creator J. Michael Straczynski dishes on his miniseries “Red Circle,”and shares a lineup of superheroes you'll see in his forthcoming run on “The Brave and The Bold” too. Did he say, Brother Power, the Geek?
Adam Beechen’s new creator-owned series from WildStorm, “Killapalooza,” features a rock band that just so happens to be the world’s finest team of assassins. Or is that the other way around?
"Fathom" writer J.T. Krul is diving headfirst into the DC Universe with July's “Titans” #15, where he brings Tempest back to Titans Tower, and the August-debuting "Blackest Night: Titans."
James Robinson discusses his upcoming Justice League miniseries “Cry for Justice” and shares some details about the long-awaited return of his “Starman” featured player, The Shade.
In this second installment of a three-part series, the Eisner Award-winning writer discusses with CBR “Superman: World of New Krypton” and the upcoming crossover storyline in all the Superman books.
Eisner Award-winning writer James Robinson talks to CBR about a world without the Man of Steel, his Captain Atom co-feature, the life and times of Mon-El and more in the first of a three-part series.
To learn more about the new J.G. Jones-designed Starro, CBR News checked in with “R.E.B.E.L.S.” writer Tony Bedard, who says the villain is ready for a big role in the DC sci-fi series.
Bryan Q. Miller, who scripted the “Smallville” episode that introduced Zatanna to the show’s mythos, lands his first gig with DC Comics, writing an arc on “Teen Titans.” Next up, he’s writing “Batgirl.”
Eisner Award-winning creator David Lapham may be bringing an end to his critically acclaimed “Young Liars,” but he’s got a new series coming from WildStorm to fill the void. We spoke with him about "Sparta, USA."