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The latest publishing for Top Cow were announced during a panel at Wizard World Chicago. Mark Waid and Marc Silvestri will team on a new series tentatively titled "Hunter/Killer," plus news on "Wanted," "CyberForce," upcoming crossovers and more.
The rookie team of Mark Smith and Dan Hipp ssell Image Comics on a new rock 'n' roll adventure comic, "The Amazing Joy Buzzards," coming this October.
J Torres offers a love story he can relate to this October in Oni Press' "Love is a Foreign Language," a story loosely based on his own life.
Jason Asala enters the big pond of self-publishing with a quirky book about a bluegill possessed by a 6,000-year-old pharaoh and his two unorthodox friends called "Nantucket Brown Roasters."
Is Harry on steroids? What are Doc Ock's tentacles made of? Can Spider-Man please put his mask back on? A review and several questions that must be answered on "Spider-Man 2."
John Romita Jr. explores the afterlife while exploring a non-Marvel publisher in the Image Comics series, "The Gray Area," in stores today.
"Hawaiian Dick" creator Clay Moore talks about the next "Dick" series, "The Last Resort," with a load of preview pages from issue 1 and 2, plus an update on the movie and his new job as Image Comics' PR guy.
"The Tomb" from Oni Press combines a haunted house tale with an Indiana Jones character -- and CBR has an 18 page sneak peak!
Matt Wagner is first off the line with Dark Horse's "The Hire" #1, based on the highly popular BMW Films series.
Message board community and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola reach out to help stroke victim shoulder medical bill burden.
When writer Robert Kirkman takes over the writing chores on "Captain America" this July, he hopes to take Cap where he hasn't been for a while: unbelievable.
Widow has more than just dust bunnies under her bed -- try copies of "Superman" #3, "Captain Marvel" #1 and "Detective Comics" #3.
CBR Staff Writer Seth Jones takes a look at "Hellboy." Seth says, "The movie offers beautiful characters, but leaves the viewer hanging on plot."
Thursday Night Coffee Drinkers in Burbank, CA put their money where their mocha is in a 100+ page jam comic featuring 13 different stories by 10 different creators.
New Image series offers New York City attitude in a robot chassis. Ivan Brandon, Miles Gunter and Andy MacDonald discuss the series, it's origins and what you should expect when it hits store shelves in April.
Two comic newcomers unleash an undead wrestling hero in 'El Zombo,' coming from Dark Horse Comics in April. Includes five pages of preview art.
Neil Gaiman's ongoing legal battle with Todd McFarlane appears to be coming to a close when an Appelate court affirmed a district court decision awarding Gaiman ownership of the "Spawn" characters Medieval Spawn, Angela and Cogliostro.
Boneyard Press' Hart D. Fisher and Joseph Monks look to DVDs to attract new readers to the comics marke with the relaunch of 'Flowers on the Razorwire.'
In the mid-1990s, they told him to leave the Transformers alone. Almost ten years later, Brad Mick holds the keys to the Autobots. Mick talks about the recent Transformers Month celebration and what you can expect next from the series, including a new mini-series with the Micromasters coming this June.
Matt Cashel and Jeremy Haun talk about their Image Comic "Paradigm," a photo-realistic comic about a very odd little city called Bogsdale. The duo talk about the production of the comic, its inspiration and what's next.