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Tue, November 8th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Deadly nightmares and deranged plastic playthings await Cassie Hack and Vlad in their latest adventure, the three issue mini-series "Hack/Slash: Land of Lost Toys." CBR News spoke with the man in charge of animating the homicidal toys, series artist Dave Crosland.
Fri, November 4th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Following "House of M," life for mutants in the Marvel U became much more frightening. As part of the "Decimation" story line, David Hine brings two perspectives to the Post "House of M" world. In "Son of M," readers see the world through the eyes of a single mutant, while "X-Men: The 198" shows readers the world through a group perspective.
Wed, November 2nd, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
"Runaways" is one of Marvel Comics' most original titles in part due to the book's dynamic and unique visuals provided by artist Adrian Alphona. In part two of our look at "Runaways," CBR News spoke with Alphona about his past and present work on the series.
Tue, November 1st, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
The "Runaways" are one of Marvel's most interesting super teams, but they don't wear costumes or call New York City their home. However the cast is about to see how super heroics are done Big Apple style in the current story arc, "East Coast/West Coast." In part one of our two-part look at "Runaways," CBR News spoke with series writer Brian K.Vaughan about the book.
Fri, October 28th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Dave Gibbons has been busy wreaking havoc in the DCU cosmos. The recently completed "Rann-Thanagar War" set the galaxy ablaze and in "Green Lantern Corps: Recharge," the reborn army of ringslingers must combat an unknown enemy that's targeted them for elimination. CBR News spoke with Gibbons about both series and the "Green Lantern Corps" ongoing series set to begin next year.
Sun, October 23rd, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Fans of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash" have only one more week to catch the stage adaptation of the play in Chicago. "Hack/Slash: Stage Fright" is a live production of the comic and CBR News' Dave Richards recently made his way to Chicago to catch a performance.
Thu, October 13th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This November, fans of beautiful women, over the top spy action and screwball comedy have something to be thankful for because the Danger Girls are back in "Danger Girl: Back in Black." CBR News spoke with Andy Hartnell and Nick Bradshaw about the series, which sends the girls undercover in pursuit of a dangerous artifact.
Thu, October 13th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Wolverine's healing factor may help him survive any injury, but readers of December's "X-Men Unlimited" #12 will learn that he's no stranger to physical and emotional pain. CBR News spoke with the writers of this upcoming issue, Stuart Moore and Christopher E Long.
Tue, October 11th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This December, Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips will take readers back to a world where "The Avengers" are Earth's Mightiest Flesh Eaters and "The X-Men" are out to eat a world that fears and hates them in "Marvel Zombies." CBR News spoke with Kirkman and Phillips about the series which further explores the zombie infected Marvel Universe.
Thu, October 6th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Over forty years ago, Marvel made history with the debut of Spider-Man in "Amazing Fantasy" #15. In November, Marvel hopes lightning strikes twice when "Amazing Fantasy" Vol. 2 reaches #15. CBR News spoke with editor Mark Pannicia about issue, which features a host of new characters and a star studded list of creators.
Mon, October 3rd, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Early on, Batman's crusade against crime was somewhat simple as he fought mostly mobsters, corrupt cops and politicians. This November, Matt Wagner tells an early tale of the Dark Knight and introduces a new style of opponent-- super villains-- in "Batman and the Monster Men."
Thu, September 29th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Yesterday saw the publication of the first issue of "Drax the Destroyer." The issue saw the brutal, deadly and cosmic powered Drax reintroduced to the Marvel Universe. CBR News spoke with "Drax" artist Mitch Breitweiser about the series, his artwork and his next project.
Thu, September 22nd, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Not all mutants in the Marvel U have fantastic powers; some have been cursed with mutations that offer no powers and normal life an impossibility. Sally Floyd will tell these mutants stories in "Generation M," a mini-series from Marvel coming in November. We spoke with "Generation M" writer Paul Jenkins about the series.
Mon, September 19th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
That small, rural town may seem nice, but lurking just beneath that quaint exterior are secrets, lies, and unspeakable horrors. This November Josh Howard takes readers to one such town in the mini-series "Black Harvest," described as a cross between "The X-Files" and "Smallville." CBR News spoke with Howard about the series.
Thu, September 15th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
In the darkest days of World War II, a secret war was waged. Nazi Germany unleashed their secret division of soldiers capable of wielding sinister occult forces. Standing in their way was America's best defense against supernatural evil, "The Lost Squad." CBR News spoke to writer Chris Kirby about the mini-series, plus got loads of preview art from issues #1 & 2.
Tue, September 13th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This December, Douglas Rushkoff and Liam Sharpe take a closer look at the power of stories in their new ongoing series "Testament" from Vertigo. CBR News spoke to Rushkoff about the series, which examines the struggles of a resistance cell in a dark dystopian world and looks at how these battles are similar to the trials and tribulations of many Old Testament biblical characters.
Monsters, Merlin, and Mentally Challenged Alien Avengers: Giffen talks "Howling Commandos" and "Drax the Destroyer"
Mon, August 29th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This fall, the Marvel Universe will be invaded by weird, otherworldly characters, courtesy of writer Keith Giffen's "Drax The Destroyer" and "Nick Fury's Howling Commandos." The scribe spoke to CBR News about both the Marvel projects and hinted at things to come.
Wed, August 24th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
Undead serial killers better start running now because in November, "slasher" hunters Cassie Hack and her partner Vlad, the stars of Tim Seeley's "Hack/Slash," return in Devil's Due Publishing's "Hack/Slash: Land of Lost Toys," the first ever "Hack/Slash mini-series. CBR News spoke to Seeley about the series and a number of other "Hack/Slash" projects that are in the works.
Fri, August 19th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This October, in the pages of Marvel Comics "Amazing Fantasy," writer Karl Kesel introduces readers to a man named "Vegas" in a two-part story that takes readers to a rough and tumble unexplored corner of the Marvel Universe. Includes a ten page preview of "Amazing Fantasy #13." Updated
Thu, August 18th, 2005 | Category: Comic Books
This October, Brian Azzarello takes readers back to the Old West and send them on the run from the law in "Loveless" a new ongoing monthly series from Vertigo about a pair of married outlaws. Included is a three page preview of the first issue.