EXCLUSIVE: "Hercules" Returns in New Marvel Series by Abnett & Ross
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The late writer of animated projects from "Static Shock" to the upcoming "Justice League: Doom" will be posthumously recognized with a special Lifetime Achievement Award from the Writer's Guild of America West's Animation Caucus.
The Spirit of Vengeance is the latest cancellation casualty as Marvel Comics will soon publish the last issue of Rob Williams' "Ghost Rider" ongoing series just before the character's next big screen outing. UPDATED with word from Williams.
CBR and Nick Spencer return for a one-two punch of our inside look at Image's "Morning Glories," covering the time traveling, parent hunting, teacher fighting twists of issues #12 and 13 in advance of this week's new issue.
CBR News has learned that Marvel will end its monthly "X-23" title, their only regular series starring a female lead, in January, though more plans exist at the publisher for the character and writer Marjorie Liu.
While his shocking AMC series remains a certifiable smash hit, Robert Kirkman busies himself with the task of upping the zombie craziness of "The Walking Dead," adapting his comics to include Shane and preparing for a mid-season finale.
The British writer-artist whose reimagining of an American icon led to the UK's first breakthrough superhero, Marvelman creator Mick Anglo passed away recently leaving questions still to the legal fate of his creation.
The artist of Marvel's new "Incredible Hulk" went to the Emergency Room Tuesday for an infection to his ankle, but as Marc Silvestri prepares to get back to the drawing board, questions arise as to his run with the Green Goliath.
The original adventure team of the DCU faces certain death, giant monsters and reality TV in a new "DC Universe Presents" arc by Dan DiDio and Jerry Ordway, and CBR has the first word from DC's Co-Publisher.
The voice actor behind the fan favorite "Spectacular Spider-Man" slings a ring as Hal Jordan this Friday in the animated "Green Lantern" as Josh Keaton told CBR how his new secret identity compares to past work.
After over 50 years at the drawing board creating the wholesome gag strip "The Family Circus," cartoonist Bil Keane has died, leaving a legacy of humor and a wide range of admirers.
In the latest in a long string of complicated stories surrounding the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," original director Julie Taymor has sued for creative rights and pay.
The tortured super agents of the U.N. are back for another round of emotional adventure as Nick Spencer teams with classic artists like Jerry Ordway and Walt Simonson for volume 2 of DC's "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents."
With Grant Morrison reinventing John Henry Irons for the New 52, the writer has tapped "Batman: The Brave & The Bold" scribe Sholly Fisch to tell stories of Steel in "Action Comics."
After an October where DC Comics conquered market share in units and dollars, the publisher's sales executives discuss long term plans, preparing for the book market and why beating Marvel doesn't matter.
In a long-awaited move, Marvel Comics will be bringing its line of superhero comics to digital devices the same day as they're available in print with the exception of licensed and mature readers titles.
CBR's inside look at Joss Whedon's comic continuation of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" is back for Season Nine as Scott Allie speaks out on the new villain, the strange new slayer and more from issues #1 and 2.
The bloodiest book in the DC Universe ups the stakes in the months ahead with more characters, more killings and more guest stars starting with John Constantine as Joshua Hale Fialkov reveals big plans for "I, Vampire."
The seven-year veteran of the House of Ideas who's worked on projects from Stephen King's "N" to Marvel's "Halo" comics takes a new role as Ruwan Jayatilleke becomes the company's Associate Publisher.
The prose anthology turned comic book from the writer of "Game of Thrones" is headed to film as the first project from SyFy Films as George RR Martin's "Wild Cards" gets a Hollywood call.
The artist behind the best-selling "Joker" graphic novel goes solo with a Dark Knight adaptation of Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol," and Lee Bermejo tells CBR how its bigger and different than his past work.