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With "Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way" now out, CBR News caught up with creator Jason Pearson to discuss this comic that features a murderous mercenary father/daughter duo. And how would you discuss such a bizarre comic? With a bizarre interview. Come inside.
As the final reports from last weekend's New York Comic-Con come trickling in, we take a look at one of the last minute additions to the show-- a spotlight on Frank Miller hosted by the CBLDF's Charles Brownstein. Miller discussed comics, movies and much more.
Last but not least, DC presented audiences with more news about their Wildstorm and CMX lines. Come see what fans learned on Day Three of the New York Comic Con.
The New York Comic Con ended today, but not without some more intimate panels for fans, such as the talk with Brad Meltzer. The scribe dished about his comic book fan origin and what he really thinks about the "Identity Crisis" controversy.
Even after "House Of M," things aren't so gleeful for Marvel Comics' merry mutants. Mayhem, monsters and menaces abound in the future of the X-Men and the remaining mutants, as Marvel Comics revealed at the New York Comic Con.
This April, the world of "Tron" invades comics in a new six-issue series called "Tron: Ghost in the Machine" from SLG Publishing. We caught up with the programmers, err, writers of the series, Landry Walker & Eric Jones, to get the full story.
Rounding out our chats with the creators of Voicebox Comics, writer Brandon Jerwa fills us in on his book, "The Last Bastion," which follows a group of magic users who become the first costumed super-heroes in the Voicebox universe.
In part two at our look at the product to come from Voicebox Comics this March, Dan Jolley talks with CBR News about "Sawed-Off Mojo," described as a "Souther Gothic, hard-boiled, magic-using, detective story."
In the first of three articles, CBR News takes a look at the offerings from Voicebox Comics, comprised of vets Dan Jolley, Marie Croall and Brandon Jerwa. Today we talk with Croall about her horror graphic novel "Shelter."
After the end of "War of the Worlds," the human race may have thought they were safe. They were wrong. This February, Boom! Studios and Michael Alan Nelson bring us the story of the second wave attack and it's not a pretty sight for man kind.
There's an odd little title called "Strange Detective Tales" featuring Dracula's henchmen, Renfield and Igor, as private detectives in 1950s Los Angeles. We spoke with writer Jesse Bausch about the series.
What do you get when a comic has appearances by P.T. Barnum, Buffalo Bill Cody, Ulysses S. Grant, Alexander Graham Bell and a supporting cast of characters from the old west? You get "Bone Sharps," by writer Jim Ottaviani who spoke with CBR about the series.
When was the last time you gave much thought to philosophy? College? Fred Van Lente & Ryan Dunlavey hope to change that with the Xeric Award winning "Action Philosophers," a comedic series detailing the lives of some of history's greatest thinkers.
"Finder" creator Carla Speed McNeil recently announced she'll be forgoing the monthly comics format, opting to publish those online with the regular collected editions to continue. We spoke with McNeil about the critically acclaimed series and her plans for the future.
This past weekend, Bethesda, Maryland played host to the annual SPX convention, the comic show dedicated to independent and self-published comic books. CBR's Justin Jordan was in attendance all three days and filed this report.
Batman returns to his solo roots once more and his chosen successor will be revealed in the near future, Bat-fans were told at Sunday's Wizard World Philadelphia Year of the Bat panel.
An all-star line-up of DC Universe editors and writers take on the fans at Wizard World Philly, talking about projects hitting shops later this year.
Saturday at Wizard World Philly, Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada and Editor Tom Brevoort hinted at the sweeping changes overwhelming the Marvel Universe this summer and beyond thanks to the mistress of the House of M.
Joe Quesada and Chris Claremont answered all questions X at Wizard World Philly on Friday, including the burning question "When is Lockheed going to finally get some?"
DC Comics embraces the future of comics – one year into the future – in the wake of the "Infinite Crisis" series, DC Comics President Dan DiDio revealed Friday at Wizad World Philly.