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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.
Marvel releases three promotional pages to tease their new Neil Gaiman written project, "1602." In Marvel's words: "This August, EVERYTHING Changes ..."
It's American Idol for the Spandex set as Todd Nauck introduces the would-be superheroes of "WildGuard" to comic fans -- and comic fans vote on who makes the cut to join the team.
At Wednesday's press conference, Marvel finally announced what had long been expected: The Epic Comics line, Marvel's creator-owned line from the 1980s, was coming back ... sort of. First up, a romance comic by Mark Millar and the Dodsons.
CrossGeneration Entertainment announced Friday that they will be publishing MVCreations' comics based on classic (and remade) cartoon "Masters of the Universe" along with arcade games "Dragon's Lair" and "Space Ace."
Two new superhero roleplaying games, set outside the standard bright four color world of previous licensed roleplaying games, have been announced.
>Keith Giffen and Colleen Doran have set out to make "the best fantasy comic ever created in America." Later this year, their new ongoing collaboration, "Reign of the Zodiac," will be published by DC Comics.
Marvel Comics has announced new plans to allow comic retailers more flexibility in ordering books, lessening the chances of them getting stuck with books they can't sell, and making it more likely they'll be able to get more issues of surprise hit series.
After the revelations of "The Truth," Christopher Priest examines the story's impact in the modern Marvel Universe, in the new ongoing series, "The Crew."
Rumors of an editorial shake-up at DC were proven true on Wednesday, as the DC Universe editorial line-up went through dramatic changes, including the departure of two high profile editors.
B. Clay Moore stands out from the pack of crime comics with "Hawaiian Dick," about a private investigator in 1950s Hawaii up to his puka shells in gangsters, small time hoods and island magic.
Marvel's second of three "First Wave" press conferences Tuesday revealed exactly who Gus Beezer is and touched briefly on the company's plans to not "drop the ball" when the second X-Men movie hits theaters this summer.
Kurt Busiek does the "chicken in every pot" promise one better -- with a free "Astro City" in December WildStorm comics.
It was Vertigo's 'Bad Girl' book, although from the beginning, 'Codename: Knockout' defied expectations. Next spring, writer Robert Rodi brings the series to a close and talks to CBR News on what to expect from the final stories.
It stands as one of the great superhero deaths of all time: Supergirl, dying in the battle to save reality in "Crisis on Infinite Earths." But current DC Comics publisher tried to save the Girl of Steel from death, by bringing her back to life in another series.
Matt Wagner talks 'Trinity,' 'Grendel: God and the Devil,' his work doing covers for 'Green Arrow' (and why he's still at it, despite the challenges it poses) and a little piece of news about when readers can expect to see 'Mage III' in stores.
This weekend, DC talked to retailers about the next 'Astro City' miniseries. Meanwhile, Kurt Busiek talked to CBR News.