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Geoff Johns discusses "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds," the secret project revealed in this week's "Action Comics” #863, as well as new developments in the book and how it will interact with James Robinson's "Superman."
In the first part of a weeklong series, superstar writer Geoff Johns discusses the secret origin of Green Lantern, the "Rage of the Red Lanterns" and James Robinson’s new Justice League title.
Karl Moline, the artist who co-created Fray with Joss Whedon in 2003, joins the top-selling "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" for a long-awaited and highly anticipated story arc later this year, and CBR News is talking to him first.
Chuck Dixon won't say who's behind Spoiler's mask, but does reveal that Robin fans will be seeing lots more of her in 2008, and that a "Spoiler" miniseries is in the works, too.
While not yet naming names, J. Michael Straczynski told CBR News he will be writing not one, but two ongoing titles for DC Comics with one expected this fall and a second, highly visible book, coming early next year.
CBR News speaks with writer Hans Rodionoff, who sinks his teeth into the upcoming straight-to-DVD "Lost Boys" sequel "The Tribe" and the Wildstorm "bridge" comic book miniseries "Reign of the Frogs."
Artist Terry Dodson forms a superstar tagteam with Greg Land on Marvel's flagship X-book beginning with July's landmark issue #500. We spoke with Dodson & check out the cover to "Young X-Men" #3.
Dark Horse is bringing its stable of creator-owned properties to Universal after inking a three-year deal. We spoke with publisher Mike Richardson about what's next after "Hellboy II."
Virgin Comics has tapped Jeff Parker to write the second series of "Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper." The writer talks to CBR about top secret scientific equations, Russian military and Big Chris-inspired jabs. What's not to love?
Author Victor Gischler tells a tale of The Punisher dispensing justice with the help of a hooker's list of clients in the one-shot "Punisher Max Special: Little Black Book." Gischler spoke exclusively with CBR News about the book.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" editor Scott Allie dishes on Buffy's latest lover, the return of Fray, and gives updates on the book's future writers including Jeph Loeb, Brad Meltzer and Jim Krueger. SPOILERS!
A teenage girl prepares to fight off a full-scale invasion of Earth in the upcoming "Casey Blue: Beyond Tomorrow" miniseries from Wildstorm and "Hawaiian Dick" writer B. Clay Moore, who spoke with CBR about the project.
Writer, lawyer, entrepreneur and Bat-superfan Ivory Madison goes back to the scene of the crime and updates the origin of Helena Bertinelli in DC Comics' upcoming six-issue miniseries, "Huntress: Year One."
Wellington Dias is riding shotgun with writer Christos Gage on Dynamite's "The Man with No Name" coming this May, and CBR News spoke with the artist about his work on the title.
Hollywood director Jon Mostow brings his unique brand of political thriller to Virgin Comics with this week's "The Megas" #1, an alt-reality look at America's ruling monarchy, and what happens when one of them is murdered.
Right here on CBR News, New York Times best-selling author Joe Hill talks for the first time about the success of "Locke & Key" #1 and its being optioned as a feature film by Dimension Films.
With one part House, another part Laird Hamilton and a dash of string theorist Brian Greene for good measure, "Bone" creator Jeff Smith brings his latest character to life. Before you buy the book (on sale now), meet "RASL."
Niko Henrichon returns to Vertigo with this week's "Fables" #70, and the "Pride of Baghdad" artist follows that with a five-issue Machine Man run in "Marvel Comics Presents." We've got new artwork from both!
You've seen Brendan Hay's work on "The Daily Show," "Saturday Night Live" and "Frank TV," and you'll soon see it in comics as well, in the BOOM! horror-comedy "Scream Queen." CBR spoke with Hay about the book.
Popular L.A. crime novelist Gary Phillips returns to the scene of the crime with BOOM! Studios' upcoming crime book "High Rollers."