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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.
The artist of Marvel's missing-in-action series talks about his WW2-era one-shot "The Twelve: Spearhead" as well as when fans will see the completion of he and J. Michael Straczynski's displaced superhero opus.
First Second Books' editorial team takes CBR on a tour of their Spring slate from the new adventure by "Prince of Persia's" Jordan Mechner to historical tales of fanboy spy smashers and much more.
Guest stars aplenty and a role in an upcoming Marvel event are in the cards for the lunar-themed vigilante, but as writer Gregg Hurwitz explained, Moon Knight may easily crack under the pressure of a superhero career.
The writer who ushered in the end of Tim Drake's solo run as Batman's sidekick returns to the character with June's "Red Robin" #13, planning on moral dilemmas and a Red Robin rogue's gallery.
The writer behind the indie hit "Stuff of Legend" gears up for a second volume launch on Free Comic Book Day and teases his adaptation of the hot YA series "Mortal Instruments" and a Superman tale.
The director of "The Dark Knight" will produce a new screen franchise for the Man of Steel based on a screenplay by David S. Goyer that takes Superman, Lois Lane and the rest in a brand new direction while also keeping them separate from Batman.
UPDATED: Conflicting reports hit Tuesday over who will land the role of Steve Rogers in the upcoming "The First Avenger: Captain America" with official word coming that "The Office" star is no longer in the running.
Firestar, Araña, Gravity and other young heroes team up with Nomad for a Heroic Age ongoing series set to define a new generation of Marvel heroes, as the Young Allies battle a coalition called the Bastards of Evil.
With his breakout series "Youngblood" now on Comics by comiXology along with a slew of other works, the artist told CBR how he's looking ahead to new ideas and shared exclusive art from "Armageddon Now: Anti-Christ."
On top of his upcoming "Earth One" graphic novel, JMS enlists for writing duties on the monthly marquee DC comics "Superman" and "Wonder Woman" with a double shot of post-milestone issues slated for July. UPDATED with new quotes from JMS.
The fan-favorite writer and passionate Wonder Woman fan steps aside from her roll in ushering the adventures of Princess Diana and rolls out two in depth farewells for fans including one for her Wonder of Wonders column.
Brad Meltzer gives a behind the scenes look at how he built the various elements of "Buffy Season 8's" penultimate arc, from the real story behind Twilight to the hidden miseries awaiting Buffy and Giles.
Warner Brothers has confirmed for CBR that the Ryan Reynolds-starring, Martin Campbell-directed "Green Lantern" film will bow in 3 Dimensions when it brings Hal Jordan to multiplexes next year.
Hot on the heels of a ratings-topping performance for Geoff Johns "Absolute Justice," The CW's drama focusing on a young Superman will return in the fall of 2010 to round out a decade of superhero action.
With her latest teen-oriented graphic novel, cartoonist Hope Larson tells the tale of two girls from different times connected by family strife, social pressures and the liquid metal used to hunt for gold.
In an industry rife with homages and swipes, what kind of legal action can be taken in the ongoing Nick Simmons controversy? CBR checks in with comics legal expert Michael Lovitz so find out of what's in play and at stake.
With talk swirling over whether it will remain in San Diego, Comic-Con International's David Glanzer discussed which cities are in the running, the issues at stake and why no decision has been made yet.