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This April, the Human Rocket blasts off into his own ongoing series when "Nova" #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the series.
Wolverine #50 marked the opening bell in Wolverine and Sabretooth's latest duel and eager fans flocked to the book causing the issue to sell out. CBR News spoke with the book's artist Simone Bianchi about his work on "Wolverine."
High school can be hellish but this May four teenage outcasts all with the same name decide to do something about it in the OGN "The PLAIN Janes." CBR News spoke with Cecil Castellucci and got a preview.
Fans were saddened when "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" ended it's television run, but they'll rejoice this March when Buffy's adventures resume in a new comic series from creator Joss Whedon, which picks up where the series left off. We spoke with Whedon.
Today CBR News concludes its spotlight on the new "Hack/Slash" ongoing series, beginning this May, by chatting with the artist rendering all the chuckles and chopped off body parts, Emily Stone.
Ever wanted to go full throttle on a flaming chopper? Well now you can, and without the worry of third degree burns, because "Ghost Rider" the video game is now in stores. We spoke with game director Mark Simmons.
This May, The Divine better start hiding because the Godslayer is back hunting for them in a new ongoing monthly series. CBR News spoke with "Spawn: Godslayer" writer Brian Holguin about the series.
Slashers beware! Cassie Hack and Vlad's hunt for you intensifies when "Hack/Slash" the ongoing series launches in May. In part one of a two part feature, CBR News spoke with "Hack/Slash" writer/creator Tim Seeley.
This April, old school "Mighty Marvel Manner" style action abounds in the pages of the four-issue mini-series "Spider-Man/Fantastic Four." CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the series.
With the first "Hellboy" animated film hitting DVD this week CBR News caught up with the Supervising Producer, Director, and Co-Writer of the film, Tad Stones, for a chat about "Sword of Storms" and the next Hellboy animated feature "Blood and Iron."
The "Savior" arc of "Wolverine Origins" recently concluded with a bloody face-to-face reunion between Wolverine and his son. CBR News spoke with writer Daniel Way about the arc and what's to come in "Swift and Terrible."
If you're not reading "Spawn," you might want to start. Writer David Hine is about to take the character in a new direction featuring darker, more cinematic style horror stories and he told CBR News all about his plans.
This Wednesday, the animated Hellboy will return to his four color roots as Dark Horse releases the OGN "Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding." CBR News spoke with artist Rick Lacy about the book.
New Marvel editor Steve Wacker is working on three of Marvel's biggest titles – "Civil War: The Return," "Silent War" and "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" – and he chatted with CBR News about each one, with exclusive preview art for each book
This month marks the second coming of Christ, in the pages of "Loaded Bible 2: Blood of Christ" CBR News spoke with Mike Norton, the artist tasked with depicting the books ongoing battle of Jesus vs. the undead.
The legacy of the Flash has spanned generations and this February a new writer adds a new chapter to that legacy. CBR News spoke with "Flash: The Fastest Man Alive" writer Marc Guggenheim, whose run begins with issue #9.
This March, if you scare easily make sure you've got some burn cream on hand because the Man-Thing is back in the pages of "Legion of Monsters: Man-Thing." CBR News spoke with writer Charlie Huston about the book.
With "Marvel Heroes" a new strategy board game, Marvel fans can now play out some of their favorite battles on their kitchen table. CBR News spoke with the game's designers.
It's a hard knock life being a Mutant so you need a team of X-Men that can take the hardest of knocks. The cast of Mike Carey's "X-Men" is that team, and we spoke with the writer about the book.
Mark Bagley has drawn "Ultimate Spider-Man" since issue #1 and in 2007 his run will finally come to an end. CBR News spoke with Bagley for a look back at his record breaking run on the title.