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Upper Deck's VS gaming system has proven quite popular, featuring Marvel and DC characters and allowing players to recreate famous battles. We spoke with Art Director Mark Irwin about the art on the cards, how he gets so many big name creators and have a huge gallery for you.
Sure, Spike has always seemed a bit crazy, but did you ever imagine you'd see him committed? That's what happens in "Spike Asylum," arriving today in comic stores. We spoke with writer Brian Lynch and got a sneak peek at issue #1.
Yeah, vampires might seem a bit overdone to you, but Gary Reed intends to pump some life back into them with "Renfield." The OGN ships in November, from Image & Desperado, and CBR News caught up with Reed to learn more.
His name is Jack Bauer and he's going to have a very bad day this November in "24: Nightfall." CBR News spoke with writers JC Vaughn and Mark Haynes and got a big-ol sneak preview from the first issue.
This year's New York Comic-Con was a success, and with anticipation high for the 2007 event, CBR News has learned that some big names guests have been added to the already impressive list. Who, you ask? Come on in and find out.
When "Red Sonja: Monster Isle" hits stores this Wednesday, our titulr heroine finds herself in a lot of trouble. Don't take our word for it-- check out our exclusive preview of the Dynamite Entertainment one-shot.
It may be the last day of the weekend, but don't say that CBR News never did anything for you! We've got a load of DC Comics previews, from "Connor Hawke: Dragon's Blood" to "Desolation Jones" and lots more!
Did Scott Lobdell want Storm to be a killer? Was "Daredevil Comics" a weekend project? Is there a Marvel/DC crossover you might have missed? All this and more in this week's edition.
The "Great White North" is about to get greater, as Marvel Comics introduces the Canadian superteam Omega Flight to fans in 2007. We spoke with 'Flight artist Scott Kolins to learn more and about why this is a great series for "Alpha Flight" fans.
Alpha Flight is dead. Long live Omega Flight? Marvel Comics new Canadian superhero team is set to debut in 2007 and we've got the details, from writer Mike Oeming and editor Andy Schmidt, who may just reveal a member of the team.
The first issue shipped yesterday, and "Krypto The Superdog" is off to a strong start. We caught up with writer Jesse Leon McCann to learn about how he got involved with the book and his future plans for The Dog Of Steel.
Thor may not be happy, but you will be when you check out CBR's last second sneak peek at "Civil War" #4. We've got a handful of new images from the issue to tide you over till you get your copy later today.
With "Civil War" #4 in stores today, Marvel Comics wants to get you caught up with an all new trailer for the series. Guess what? CBR News has it for you right here.
It hit comic shops today, but if you haven't been able to check out "Army Of Darknes" #10, we've got a preview of the issue right here at CBR.
With the announcement of Johnny Depp's involvement in a film version of "Rex Mundi," we spoke with series writer/co-creator Arvid Nelson for a few words about the adaptation.
The reigning king of hip-hop, Jay-Z, is coming out of retirement with a new album called "Kingdom Come." Hey, isn't that the DC Comics series where Superman comes out of retirement? Not a coincidence.
Earlier today, Tom DeFalco spoke to the comic book press about "Amazing Spider-Girl" #1, which ships in October. We've got all the details inside, including which Spider-Man characters he'd like to tackle in the series and some hints about "A-Next."
If wild martial arts, crazy girls and some "Street Fighter" action sounds good, it's time to check out Udon's sold-out "Street Fighter Legends: Sakura." We spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong & artist Omar Dogan to learn more.
Writer Frank Tieri sat down with CBR News to talk about the recently-released "The Darkness/Wolverine," a comic full of blood, guts, revenge, and gorgeous artwork.
This October, writer/director John Woo and writer Garth Ennis join forces on the five-issue mini-series "Seven Brothers" from Virgin Comics. We spoke with Ennis about the series.