How "DC Universe: Rebirth" Fulfills Its Promise of Restoring Legacy to DC Comics
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Adam Kubert talks about his career path and passions at his spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
A year-long JLA miniseries by Joe Kelly is announced and various other creators, including Howard Chaykin, have their way with the JLA in the meantime in 2004. Plus more news from DC's super teams panel from Sunday at Comic-Con International.
Marvel's Editor-in-Chief on the industry, recent Marvel missteps, and a grab bag of other questions answered.
The bad news for Marvel Comics continues this weekend in San Diego, as DC Comics inks a deal at Comic-Con International making Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale exclusive creators for Marvel's Distinguished Competition.
A newly redesigned Eisner Award made its debut Friday night at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
DC Comics ties down "New X-Men" writer Grant Morrison to an exclusive contract and brings back Neil Gaiman to help launch the latest "Books of Magic" series.
Devil's Due talks upcoming "GI Joe," "Voltron" story arcs at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Thursday.
Judd Winick jumps into crime comics with both feet with not one, but three crime stories in one DC maxiseries, "Caper."
Tyler Page tells the mostly autobiographical story of the first time he fell in love, in "Stylish Vittles: I Met a Girl." Third in a five part series profiling this year's nominees for the Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition.
Keith Giffen and Colleen Doran create a new world -- in exhaustive detail -- for their new ongoing, "Reign of the Zodiac." The preview includes exclusive images from Doran.
Two men tell the story of four half-sisters exploring the mystery of how their mothers died in 'Fade from Blue.' Myatt Murphy and Scott Dalrymple are profiled in the second in a five part series covering this year's nominees for the Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition Eisner award.
The new Todd Dezago and Craig Rousseau collaboration isn't available in comics shops: The comic industry veterans self-publish 'The Perhapanauts' and distribute it online and at conventions.
The Eisner Awards get their first Web comic nominee: Justine Shaw's "Nowhere Girl," an online comic about an angry young girl lashing out at the world around her, either spiraling down to self-destruction or finding redemption. First in a five part series covering this year's nominees for the Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition award.
Keith Giffen's cult favorite superhero teleports back into comics this summer in the pages of "Lobo Unbound," and Giffen announces the next "Lobo" project: a holiday crossover with one of the most popular superhero teams of the past five years.
You're trapped in a theme park costume, and you've just been dropped off in the worst neighborhood in town and you need to get someone to unzip your crotch to get you out of your suit. John Layman talks his new black comedy, "Puffed."
The California Supreme Court rules that a "Jonah Hex" parody depiction did not infringe the rights of blues musicians Johnny and Edgar Winter.
CBR's own Rob Worley goes from writing about comics to writing one, with "Young Ancient One" from Marvel Comics' new Epic line.
Publisher Larry Young shares a special six page preview of "Switchblade Honey," Warren Ellis' graphic novel coming this July from AiT/Planet Lar.
Writer-artist Mark Smylie takes the field once again, with the book that earned him a 2001 Eisner Award nomination: Artesia rides again in CBR's exclusive preview.