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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.
With the film fate of the Man of Steel still in doubt with fans, the rumor mill continues to circle around the "Dark Knight" creative team with new word popping up that David Goyer will pen a Kryptonian-themed action flick.
Casting for Joe Johnston's Marvel Studios picture "The First Avenger: Captain America" is officially underway with young actors from John Krasinski to Chace Crawford vying to portray Steve Rogers. CBR has a photo rundown.
The all-star comics writer behind creator-owned hits like "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass" puts out a call for an unknown artist to drawn his next big project, asking for anyone from bizarre Western cartoonists to anime-influenced artists to apply.
Jeff Parker spoke to THE GREEN ZONE about a villain's about face in "Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk" and the ladies at the heart of "Savage She-Hulks." Plus an exclusive look at Frank Cho's interlocking Hulk variants!
DC's newly minted Co-Publisher pushes forward with his artistic endeavors providing a brand new variant for the March-debuting Vertigo series by Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque.
The trio of Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker weigh in on which reveals of their long-running Hulk mysteries fans will get first and how a classic triangle and big guest stars push their epic over the edge.
Dan Didio, Jim Lee and Geoff Johns – three of the biggest names in comics and now the executive staff in charge of DC – and EVP of Marketing John Rood talk first with CBR in a full interview about leading DC in comics and other media with no fear in 2010.
From a 1930s serial-inspired design to a story setting Green Hornet and Kato up against the worst corruption the era had, Matt Wagner and John Cassaday combine to make "GH: Year One" more than a mere action throwback.
The artist joins Warren Ellis for an "Astonishing X-Men" miniseries that mixes an expressive African setting with an intense scifi mystery while also preparing to share his feature film directorial debut with fans.
Marvel will make 2010 a year for reader-friendly miniseries by high-profile creators with "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine" by Jason Aaron & Adam Kubert and "Astonishing X-Men" by Warren Ellis & Kaare Andrews.
Scott Tipton and Elena Casagrande describe the process behind adapting one of Joss Whedon’s most tragic "Angel" episodes, "A Hole In The World," to an IDW comic, from nailing the characters to making the dialogue sing.
WizKids/NECA announce a new collector's set for their superhero tabletop game that will be on sale at Comic-Con International, featuring movie versions of the popular characters from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comics classic.
Peter Tomasi moves to an all-new Guy Gardner ongoing titled "Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors" while "Green Lantern Corps" comes into the hands of "R.E.B.E.L.S." writer Tony Bedard featuring...Green Lantern Ganthet?
Hot off gaining $16,900 for charity in the name of their new Icon series, Mark Millar and Steve McNiven debut the all-new covers to "Nemesis" #1 and give retailers a chance for a free ad in the final printed comic.
As Dynamite Entertainment's superhero satire moves into its third act, the artist who co-created the skull-cracking agents tells CBR he'll be front and center starting with March's "The Innocents" arc in a wide-ranging interview with exclusive art.
The CEO of the venerable kids comic house talked about the deal to bring Stan Lee's "Super Seven" to life, working with two former Marvel Editors-in-Chief and expanding Archie in the direct market and beyond.