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Cletus McCoy is a truck driver just trying to deliver his goods, when his run is interrupted by a plague of monsters. Thus begins the action in "American Wasteland," a horror/western series by RD Hall, whom we spoke to about the series.
In 2046, the world is torn between loyalty to the government and maintaining the ideals of freedom, like some Orwellian horror. CJ Hurtt & Shawn Richter spoke about their OGN "One Last Song," in which that conflict play out.
Dr. Sketchy's is a unique artistic experience, where artists get to sketch live models of a different sort. We spoke with Molly Crabapple about her new book "Dr. Sketchy's Official Rainy Day Colouring Book."
Coming this spring from Ambrosia Publishing is "Smuggling Spirits," a decidedly different horror comic filled with nasty things that lurk in shadows. We spoke with Ben Fisher & Mike Henderson about the series.
Still catching up from this past weekend, we've got a full report from Sunday's Dark Horse Panel, with news on "Hellboy," "Star Wars," "Buffy," "Serenity," "The Goon," "MPD Psycho" and much more.
The second day of NYCC held one of the most memorable convention moments, as hearts were touched at "The Spirit" film panel. Find out what put a smile on CBR News' face.
Mike Mignola's Hellboy universe gets busy in 2007 with three new mini-series. Dark Horse Editor Scott Allie gave CBR News the full scoop on all their plans.
"Owly," it's the little indy book that could. The hit all-ages series from Top Shelf has earned rave reviews from all corners for it's beautiful art and thoughtful storytelling. We spoke with creator Andy Runton for the latest.
While no major new announcements were made during the Vertigo panel at NYCC, the large group of creators ran down their plans for the coming year and, well, there was a bit of an incident.
Wes Green certain has his hands fulls. He's a writer, publisher and Web comics entrepreneur and we spoke with him about Ambrosia Publishing and Ambrosia DigiComics, a new webcomics hosting service.
This April, you'll be delighted by the stories of Ivy and Sprout, woodland creatures living together in a treehoue in Korgi Hollow and the adventures they get into. We spoke with Christian Slade about the series.
Phil & Kaja Foglio took their print comic "Girl Genius" online two years ago and the results have been outstanding. Readership and TPB sales are up and they're saving money by not printing monthlies. Phil Foglio gave us an update.
Rachel Nabors might be one of the biggest names in comics that you just don't know. CBR News caught up with the creator of "Rachel The Great (And Tuna)" to discuss her career, which at age 21 is really taking shape.
For the first time ever, the National Book Award nominated a graphic novel, Gene Yang's "American Born Chinese." CBR News spoke with Yang about the book and what the nomination means.
Sunday afternoon's Wildstorm Panel during the Philly con was an interesting one. Bob Wayne and Jim Lee updated fans on the status of Wildstorm projects, all with the help of a "slightly" enthusiastic audience member. Updated with news of a new "Ninja Scroll" series.
Witchblade, Cyberforce, and Weapon Zero were all front and center at Wizard World Phildelphia during Top Cow's spotlight panel. Learn what the future holds for this fan favorite company. Corrected
Friday afternoon at Wizard World Philly, the Marvel Editorial staff headed up by EiC Joe Quesada clued fans in to a number of plans, including the new series' "X-Men: First Class," "X-Men: Phoenix - Warsong" and more.
Wizard World Philadelphia shone the spotlight on superstar artist Jim Lee. What's his dream book to write? How often would he like to draw the Legion Of Superheroes? We've got those answers and lots more.
Comic book fans woke up to a fresh Cup O' Joe, in the form of Marvel Comics EIC Joe Quesada. Find out what he told fans at Wizard World Philadelphia.
Aspen's fans flocked to the company's Wizard World Philadelphia panel to find free goodies and some exciting news about future projects. CBR News was on hand to tell you what happened.