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Bale, Oldman and Nolan crash Wizard World Chicago to discuss "The Dark Knight" and show fans clips from the new film. We've got a full report.
Joe Quesada held his regular Q&A session at WW Chicago Saturday, touching on new projects from Ross, Ellis and Michelinie, plus the answer to the most important question of the day - is Joe Quesada a Skrull?
Plenty of interesting developments came out of the Civil War and Remembrance panel at WWC, including Millar & Hitch on "Fantastic Four," details on Millar's "1985" with Tommy Lee Edwards and more.
Marvel's second panel of Wizard World Chicago picked up where the first left off, with more questions about Spidey's marriage and a showcase of new Silver Surfer, Killraven and Hulk projects.
Marvel tried hosting an X-Men panel Friday, but instead, a Spider-Man debate broke out! Oh, and the question one fan wasn't afraid to ask: why does Sabretooth have a big butt? Updated
DC Comics announced "Countdown: Arena" and offered fans a Saturday night "The Dark Knight" preview in an electrical-equipment-free zone. Leave your bat-gadgets at home!
With oil prices skyrocketing, comic retailers and readers are forced to make tough decisions. How exactly does the rising price of oil affect the comics industry? We talk with retailers, manufacturers and fans to see how it's affecting them.
While not much was announced at Saturday's Ultimate Universe panel during Wizard World Chicago, we have coverage of the panel, the discussions that took place and a bunch of preview images for you to check out.
Following up with the second of our two reports from Friday's Cup O' Joe panel. Additional announcements include a new "X-Factor" series by Peter David and Ryan Sook, a look at the Joe Madureira "House of M" cover and much more.
In "Parting Ways," Peter Orbach succeeds in killing himself - only to see his soulless body accomplish everything he wanted. We caught up with writer Andrew Foley to learn more about this upcoming Speakeasy release. Includes a 24 page preview.
Seth Jones checks in with our second review of "Batman Begins" and much like our first review, the movie gets a lot of love from CBR. What were the highlights? Were there any weak links? Seth takes a lengthy look at the film for you.
Seth Jones took some time to ask our man on Coruscant a few questions about his four color favorites, including Ultimate homages, writing his own comic book and more.
This may sees the release of "Hero Camp" from Image Comics, which treats fans to an all-ages adventure of growing up normal when everyone else is super. CBR News spoke with series writer Greg Thomspon about the book.
Creator Frank Cho goes from good girl art to tearing people apart with April's "Zombie King" from Image Comics. CBR News spoke with Cho about the series and got a look at some preview art.
Wildstorm unveils "The Wraithborn," a story of a young girl inheriting powers she wasn't supposed to get, and her protector - the intended heir to the power.
Ron and Justine Fontes, two well-traveled children's book authors, take readers for a trip with the "Tales of the Terminal Diner" anthology.
The Rock and Roll band adventure comic hits stores this week from Image Comics and we caught up with writer Mark Smith for a preview and the latest about the series.
A new editorial system has the Top Cow team ready for a productive 2005. Jim McLauchlin and Renae Geerlings talked about their new process and gave us a look at covers from Top Cow's April shipping books.
Phil Hester's "The Atheist," coming from Image Comics in February, brings a more mainline Dr. Who to comics. CBR News spoke with Hester about his new creation Antoine Sharp, AKA The Atheist.
An imaginary new comic line in an imaginary fifth week with Warren Ellis at the helm of it all... CBR gets the skinny from the Apparat artists: Jacen Burrows, Laurenn McCubbin, Carla Speed McNeil and Juan Jose Ryp. Plus, preview art from all four books.