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Word is in that actor Sebastian Stan has been cast as Captain America's right hand man Bucky Barnes in Marvel Studios next big solo superhero film while official word on Chris Evans remains elusive.
The Comic-Con International Marketing and PR Director explains what's the complete sell out of San Diego passes means for 2010, addresses the hotel booking concerns and looks to setting up WonderCon this holiday weekend.
Mike Mignola returns to CBR for a discussion on his collaboration with Richard Corben in their next hard hitting, hard drinking one-shot taking Hellboy to Mexico for a Lucha Libre throwdown with EXCLUSIVE interior art.
In his new collaboration with editor/designer Chip Kidd, acclaimed painter Alex Ross shares unseen sketches, process pieces, character designs and something called Bayboy from his past five years of DC Comics art.
The comics and prose publisher takes a cue from the classic Van Williams/Bruce Lee TV series for their incoming collection of Green Hornet short stories by talents from Harlan Ellison to Denny O'Neil, with a unique crime fiction take.
Without an inch of film shot, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image zombie comic will see six episodes air starting in October as part of the cable channel's Fearfest marathon.
After their unprecedented move to promote IDW Publishing to Premier Publisher, Diamond's VP of Purchasing Bill Schanes tells CBR what specific business practices helped the company move to the front of Previews and more.
The legendary penciler, inker and executive Dick Giordano has died, leaving behind a legacy of professionalism and reinvention across the comic book industry and superhero genre. Updated
The actor behind Rick Grimes may not be set yet, but his former police partner Shane has a face in the form of "The Ghost Writer's" Jon Bernthal who is the first confirmed member of the May-filming "Walking Dead" pilot.
Howard Chaykin's controversial series sees a new life at Dynamite, bringing its sexed-up story of vampires, pornography and classic noir stylings back to the limelight without the stigma that originally followed it.
Director Sylvain White, actor Columbus Short and others took CBR on a tour of the set for "The Losers," showing us the explosions, foul-mouthed camaraderie and more involved in adapting the acclaimed Vertigo title.
As the tattooed Aisha, Zoe Saldana brings an uncompromising tough girl take to the Losers' female team member and spoke with CBR about clashing with Morgan's Clay, taking on stunts and the future of "Star Trek."
The man behind The Comedian sinks his teeth into a new comic book role as Jeffrey Dean Morgan leads the Losers as Clay, a man out for revenge, talks the next comic character he wants to play and more.
Before signing on to play Captain America, the actor best known as Johnny Storm sat down on the set of "The Losers" to talk cracking wise as computer hacker Jensen, what it was like working on "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
With a new spot in the front of "Previews" and a all the perks that come with it, the CEO of the now "top five" direct market publisher, IDW, explained to CBR News what brought his company to this moment.
CBR's new series covering Dark Horse's growing Hellboy universe in 2010, creator Mike Mignola muses on the growing tapestry and dark themes of Hellboy and unveils exclusive art from "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear."
Completing Dynamite's rollout of titles featuring the iconic masked hero, "Green Hornet Strikes!" takes the masked mysteryman into a devastated, crime-ridden near-future. Brett Matthews told CBR all about it.
On the heels of multiple DC Comics projects, writer J. Michael Straczynski prepares an original, creator-owned graphic novel set within the DCU focusing on a super hospital in Gotham City and speaks EXCLUSIVELY with CBR about the book.
The artist behind Scott Snyder and Stephen King's new blood-sucking Vertigo monthly explains why he had to let his art grow up and what it takes to make vampires dirty, classy, bestial and sexy.
"Heroes" comic writer Harrison Wilcox comes to the Marvel U for a series of backups explaining the story of Red She-Hulk and the possible the end of Jen Walters, though he promised that more twists for the Hulk ladies lay ahead.