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DC Comics unveils much of their 2003 line-up for retailers in Los Angeles, including new team books with old titles, lots of Batman and JLA and much more.
Novelist Gary Phillips returns to Oni Press for his second comic book series in March: "Midnight Mover" is a tale of murder, intrigue and Los Angeles' adult film industry. CBR has an exclusive preview.
DC Comics announces yet another creator in an exclusive contract, and a creative shuffle as well.
David Hahn brings Trudy Honeyvan and Sharona back to the beach in the next issue of his Eisner-nominated "Private Beach." Exclusive CBR preview of issue #6. Plus, details on his next project: a collaboration with Sam Keith.
Film actor and lifelong comics fan Nicolas Cage's collection of 400 rare comics goes on the auction block, and nets a cool $1.6 Million.
The Marvel Knights incarnation of "Captain America" changes gears and artists in December, bringing aboard "Cla$$ War" artist Trevor Hairsine. CBR News has an exclusive preview.
Taking the 9 and 10 cent comic promotions to the next level, Marvel Comics announced Thursday that they will be promoting a number of comics in 2003 with special 25 cent prices.
The Man of Steel's city takes center stage in February, with 'Superman: Metropolis' a 12 issue limited series exploring the darker side of the high tech Metropolis.
A Madison, Wisconsin jury reaches a decision in the years-long battle between two comic book industry giants: Neil Gaiman wins on all counts in the Spawn dispute.
Mark Schultz and "Superman: Man of Steel" go out with a bang in January.
Marvel Comics' superheroes will make their debut in a Massively Multiplayer Online Game from Vivendi Universal.
Fans of Marvel Comics' "Origin," at long last telling the origin story of Wolverine, and "Truth," fleshing out an untold history in the origins of Captain America have another such project to look forward to, this time featuring the Punisher. Other topics from the Marvel press conference are also covered.
They've never met a stunt that they didn't like, and next week, Marvel Comics begins a six month bet as to which of three new series will outsell the others. The stakes: Pies in the face, time in a dunking booth, and maybe cancellation.
A year after the horrors of 9/11,Bill Jemas and J. Michael Straczynski look back at how that day affected comics and their own work.
Four months after being sued for late shipments and last minute creative changes, Marvel quietly begins taking returnable comics, but without any public statement, nor communication with the man who initiated the suit.
Jetpack-wearing millionaire Sky Ape teams up with Battle Pope, among others, in "All the Heroes," this February from AiT/Planet Lar.
Marvel Comics threatens legal action to stop a Bangkok businessman from dressing his delivery workers like Spider-Man. So he dressed them as another big summer film star instead.
Keith Giffen talks to CBR News about his new ongoing Image Comics project, "Dominion," in which strange visitors from another planet turn out to be a very bad thing indeed for the land down under.
In a letter distributed this week, AiT/Planet Lar publisher Mimi Rosenheim explains to the company's creators why they, like Oni Comics, went with comic store distributor Diamond Comics Distributors for mainstream bookstore publications, after previous distributor LPC goes under.
The minds behind the new Image Universe talk about why Image Comics is creating a new line of superhero comics, including new details on exactly when and how these new characters will first be appearing.