How Lee & Kirby's "Fantastic Four" Birthed the Marvel Universe, Part 1
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Marvel Comics is releasing June's "Invincible Iron Man" Annual in its iPad application on the same day as it hits in comic shops across America, but how much will it cost?
Creator Tim Kring takes to the net with word on his negotiations to bring "Heroes" back for a miniseries finale focusing on an outed Claire and a returned Nathan Petrelli amongst other twists and turns.
Promoted as the publisher's "Next Big Thing," Marvel's "Curse of the Mutants" promises a war between mutants and vampires including a reinvention of the latter as Gischler, Alonso and Brevoort explain.
The direct market's most powerful player asks retailers about the idea of moving the nationwide shipping day for North American comics back to line up with bigger media, including the possibility of advanced shipping.
The new title of Chief Creative Officer is added on as new responsibilities task the Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief with officially overseeing creative decisions for every aspect of Disney's Marvel Entertainment empire.
The long-anticipated "300" prequel sees its first official art hit the web in the form of an October-shipping lithograph before the legendary cartoonist's Persian epic hits in 2011.
Commando atheists armed to the teeth against supernatural threats headline the latest from MySpace Dark Horse Presents, and CBR has the full comic story along with word from writer Justin Aclin.
After the series original producers filed a breach of contract complaint to earn more profits from the CW network anchor, Warner Brothers blasts back with an argument set to cut their former partners out via legalese.
With the Red Hulk's identity revealed and his origin about to be told, the character's co-creator Ed McGuinness looks back on the Hulk run he never thought he'd have and what it takes to make a smashing new design.
The writer behind "Streets of Gotham" and "Gotham City Sirens" swing by CBR's ongoing Bat-Column to explain what it takes to dig into villains like Hush, what hidden past will haunt Batman's future and how Poison Ivy will grow this summer.
After a battle with cancer and a spotlight provided by the HERO Initiative, the former comic book and animation writer met a sudden tragic end as friends and colleagues move to keep his memory alive with fans.
With the Ryan Reynolds film well underway, Warner Brothers and Cartoon Network are planning on a full scale Hal Jordan blitz with a new animated series set to follow the big screen movie's lead.
A Warner Brothers executive is talking up Barry Allen as the next big DC film, but will he beat Aquaman to the screen and will Geoff Johns be at the starting line when it comes time to script?
As the superhero satire enters its next major story phase, creator and writer of "The Boys" Garth Ennis explains why all of his characters are being brought low including the miniseries bound Wee Hughie.
With the comic version of Stephanie Meyers' vampire saga a sales hit, we spoke with Yen's Kurt Hassler about the state of manga, challenges of pleasing Twihards and the book's lettering debate.
The writer behind animated hits "Gargoyles" and "Spectacular Spider-Man," Greg Weisman teams up with his former TV partners for an all-ages blast of high school superhero action from Ape Entertainment's KiZoic label.
With a brand-new tale starring Denny Colt and drawn by Kyle Baker to his credit, the legendary Harlan Ellison remembers his connection to The Spirit, his friendship with Will Eisner and the Spirit movie that never was.
Mike Mignola spoke to CBR about why and how the Victorian occult detective must fit into Hellboy's world in the past and future and shared exclusive sketch material from artist Ben Stenbeck.
The artist behind the all-caveman Batman adventure that kicks off "The Return of Bruce Wayne" opens up about his early Batman gigs, his personal criticisms of his own work and returning at last to "Tom Strong."
After nearly six years, DC Comics efforts in manga publishign will close in July as CMX is the latest victim of the shrinking manga market, and CBR has official word from co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee.