X-POSITION: "Extraordinary X-Men's" Lemire Plans the Fall of Kingdoms
My childhood revolved around three things: “The Super Friends,” “Star Wars” and Wayne Gretzky. Not much has changed (some 30 years later) except that I now have an awesome wife, three wonderful children and a full-time job, so my hours with the three previous loves of my life – television, movies and hockey – grows smaller and smaller with each passing year. And that’s a good thing. But thanks to the fine folks at CBR, SFX, Chill, The Hockey News, Dobberhockey and the now deceased, Geek Monthly, Starlog and Cult Times, I still manage to find a few hours each day for Aquaman, Obi-Wan Kenobi and the Coolest Game on Earth.
FIRST COMIC: With my own money, “The Super Friends” #44 (May 1, 1981)
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, The Flash, Aquaman, Bigby Wolf and Dr. Singh
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IDW counts down to 2009's "Star Trek" re-launch with a four-issue miniseries tying the Next Generation to J.J. Abrams' new/old era. Writers Roberto Orci, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones talk to CBR about "Star Trek: Countdown."
In this exclusive interview with CBR News, venerable "Fables" creator Bill Willingham says he's not currently involved in any way with the ABC television project based on his Eisner-winning Vertigo series.
Writer Mick Harrison talks about the return of his and Doug Wheatley's “Dark Times,” how he landed on the name of the arc -- "Blue Harvest" -- and what’s next for Darth Vader in the expanded Star Wars universe.
The critically acclaimed former writer of “Blue Beetle,” John Rogers melds his science and pop culture backgrounds into a new heist show starring Timothy Hutton that depicts something of a modern day Robin Hood.
With the penultimate issue of Dark Horse’s “Vector” Star Wars crossover in stores this week, CBR News spoke with industry veteran John Ostrander about the events of “Legacy” #30 and the event's coming conclusion.
“Trinity” #26 arrived in comic book stores today, meaning DC’s third consecutive weekly series has hit the halfway mark. Eisner Award-winning writer Kurt Busiek is loving it. Sometimes.
“Smallville” may have aired its mid-season finale "The Bride" last night, but CBR News has the latest from writer Geoff Johns about his Legion of Super-Heroes episode coming in January.
Tony Bedard fulfills a career-long dream when "R.E.B.E.L.S." #1 ships in February. An updating of DC's classic L.E.G.I.O.N. concept of a space police force for hire, the series is set to make a super star of artist Andy Clarke.
Rising star writer Ivan Brandon is penning a “Faces of Evil” one-shot, featuring the supervillain Kobra. Problem is Kobra , the über-terrorist and world punishing mad scientist, is dead. We spoke with Brandon.
Writer David Hine is charged with the task of rebuilding the Terminator in “Faces of Evil: Deathstroke.” And what better way than a good old fashioned killing spree? We spoke with Hine about the DC one-shot.
Legendary creator J.M. DeMatteis teams with his “Justice League International” partner Keith Giffen on the final three issues of “Hero Squared,” their cult superhero send-up at BOOM! Studios.
CBR checks in with “Robin” and “Nightwing” writers Fabian Nicieza and Peter Tomasi respectively, about what the end of the titles means to Bruce Wayne’s two most famous proteges, Tim Drake and Dick Grayson.
Celebrated illustrator Lee Bermejo chats with CBR News about his latest collaboration with Brian Azzarello, the new "Joker" graphic novel. The artist also reveals he’s not leaving Gotham just yet.
While Jim Shooter stands by his remarks about his departure from DC Comics, he said his comments about “Legion” artist Francis Manapul may have come off more “harshly than intended.”
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski confirms The Shield, The Fly and Black Hood will be the first three Archie Comics superheroes folded into the DCU fabric in the pages of “The Brave and The Bold.”
Following news that DC's “Legion of Super-Heroes” will end with #50, writer Jim Shooter confirms he was fired from the book twice and shares what could have been for the title, including the introduction of a new Kryptonian.
With Vertigo unleashing this week a new “Unknown Soldier” ongoing series, writer Joshua Dysart talks to CBR about bringing back the “one man in the right place” to fight a new war, this time set in modern day Uganda.
The superstar artist J.G. Jones tells CBR News he blames only himself for not finishing the final issue of the epic, seven-part saga “Final Crisis." The series will be completed by Doug Mahnke.
"Hopeless Savages" writer Jen Van Meter strikes to the early beginnings of Jefferson Pierce’s heroic journey in “Black Lightning: Year One,” a six-issue miniseries scheduled to begin in January.
CBR News concludes its profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic, Beatles-esque superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” Today we meet the man of clay, Golem, the Pete Best of The Mates.