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We conclude our chat with Alan Moore with more on "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century," including what contemporary themes and characters may be showing up in the book, both real and fictional.
In this first part of an incredibly in-depth and unique interview with Alan Moore, the "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" writer talks to CBR about the new volume, "Century," and the relationship between fiction and reality.
CBR News recently spoke with Chinese cartoonist Coco Wang, who has been creating new strips about the tragedy of the Sichuan earthquake and its devastating effects on China.
Devil's Due held their panel, announcing the publisher's plans for the upcoming year, which includes a little bit of Voltron, a few SuicideGirls and a new series from "Heroes" star, Milo Ventimiglia. CBR News was there.
Scholar Roz Kaveney takes an analytical look at the superhero genre her new book, "Superheroes: Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films." Kaveney spoke with CBR News about the book.
The British Sci Fi anthology comic "2000AD" will see a massive expansion of their online downloable comics by offering their entire 2007 archives later this week.
The legendary British weekly "2000AD" makes its way to the Internet and will be available for digital purchase this Wednesday. CBR News goes in depth with principals at the publisher.
With the release of "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier" today, CBR News sits down for an extended chat with Alan Moore about the long journey he's taken with this latest chapter of his epic comic series.
Top Cow President Matt Hawkins sat down with CBR News to discuss the studio's plans for downloadable comics version of books like "Witchblade" & "The Darkness."
From "Babylon 5" to "Rising Stars" to "Thor," writer JMS spoke about everything at NYCC. We've got a full report from his panel.
In the third of our three part series on "Lost Girls," Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie discuss the possible outcry that may result from the publication of the book, plus much more.
Adi Tantimedh continues his lengthy feature on "Lost Girls" with Alan Moore who's joined by Melinda Gebbie for this chapter, in which the two delive further into the controverial issues in "Lost Girls" that will surely captivate readers.
In the first of a three part series looking at the upcoming Top Shelf release of "Lost Girls" by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie, Adi Tantimedh sits down with Alan Moore for a lengthy discussion on the book and the sexuality found within its pages.
Our extensive "V For Vendetta" coverage continues, as we report from the press junket held Monday in New York City. We talk further with actress Natalie Portman, as well as director James McTiegue, producer Joel Silver and artist David Lloyd.
A living legend made his presence felt on the last day of the New York Comic Con, in one of the final panels of the day. Jim Steranko spoke about his life, career and far more, in our continuing coverage of the NYCC.
Our New York Comic Con coverage is almost over, but not before CBR brings you an early review of "V For Vendetta." Does the film live up to the standard of the classic graphic novel? Come in and find out.
The DCU promised to be "better than ever" for fans at the New York Comic Con. We have a complete report of what else you can expect in the DCU.
There's more going on at the New York Comic Con than news from Marvel and DC, so CBR is happy to take a gander at Terry Zwigoff's adaptation of Daniel Clowes' "Art School Confidential." Full review inside.
Marvel wrapped things up with their discussion of the popular "Ultimate" comic book line. On this final day of the New York Comic Con, Marvel staff answered your questions and made some big announcements.
Jim Lee fans, it's your lucky day, as CBR has an in-depth transcription of the fan favorite artist's panel from the New York Comic Con. Lee dishes on everything you'd like to know about and revealed his next big DC project.