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Marvel Comics has released an advance look at the June-debuting "Ka-Zar" miniseries by writer Paul Jenkins and artist Pascal Alixe. The first issue, with a cover by Alixe, roars into comic stores on June 8.
Paramount has released three new stills from "Iron Man 2, set for release in just a few short weeks. Among the pics are a shot of Iron Man in action, Tony Stark and Pepper Potts together and Iron Man and War Machine.
If you haven't bought your tickets for Comic-Con International in San Diego yet, one day passes are now gone for two days of the four-day event.
Brian Wood gives a glimpse at turn-of-the-millennium anxiety, more than a thousand years ago, in "Northlanders," his new Vertigo Viking monthly.
The "Making Comics" tour is a family affair for the McClouds, as Scott, his wife and two children set out on a year-long journey through every state in America.
Never miss a Comic-Con International story from CBR News, with our high-tech story index, now with added Internet. (It's a series of tubes!)
Thus far he's helped you understand and reinvent comics, but this September Scott McCloud's going to help you make comics. Coming from Harper Collins this September is McCloud's latest work, "Making Comics." We caught up with McCloud to get the latest.
This November, "Formerly Known as the Jusitce League" writers Keith Giffen and J.M DeMatteis will be bringing that same brand of comedy to the one-shot "Hero Squared X-Tra Sized Special" from Atomeka.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief fielded all questions at his "Cup of Joe" panel at Wizard World: Los Angeles on Saturday.
A smattering of news from Wizard World: Los Angeles Sunday including notes from Jeph Loeb about "Smallville" and "Superman/Batman," a reaction to the events of "Identity Crisis" from a DC staffer, a new artist for Image's "The Walking Dead" and a home for the indy anthology "Flight."
DC Comics announces a number of new projects for this summer and fall at Wizard World: Los Angeles, including new miniseries for Majestic, Vigilante and the Question, big news for "Astro City" fans and the first new "Elfquest" in many years.
Brian Michael Bendis had big news for fans Saturday afternoon at Wizard World: Los Angeles, including his continuing association with the House that Stan Built, one of Hollywood's top female stars playing one of his characters and the announcement of a fan-favorite artist joining "The Pulse."
They're the anonymous extras in every superhero comic, the villainous henchman. This June, writer Adam Beechen makes one henchman not so anonymous, as readers see superhero comics from the thug-level, in the AiT/Planet Lar graphic novel, 'Hench.'
Mark Hamill steps behind the camera to direct his first film, "Comic Book: The Movie," by and about comic fans trying to stop Hollywood from creating a train wreck of a superhero movie. The mockumentary features Kevin Smith, Bruce Campbell, Hugh Hefner and others.
"Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Astro City any more." Kurt Busiek draws his battleaxe and unleashes the fantasy writer within this fall, with "Conan the Legend" and "Arrowsmith."
Bryan Lee O'Malley, best known as the artist of "Hopeless Savages: Ground Zero," tells his own tale this October in Oni Press' "Lost at Sea." Check out a rough cut of the graphic novel in the largest preview ever run by CBR!
CrossGen CEO and publisher Mark Alessi talks exclusively to CBR News about CrossGen's financial help and online reports that freelancers have not been getting paid in a timely fashion.
UPDATED 8/21/03 4:30 PM Mark Alessi has further clarified CrossGen's current financial position, addressing freelancers directly and comments made in our first article.
Marvel announces the fourth volume of the Marvel Encyclopedia, just in time for this summer's "Spider-Man" sequel. Writer Jeff Youngquist tells readers what to expect from the forthcoming book.
Roaring Studios and Image Comics take comic readers into the world of one of today's top fantasy novel series, in their adaptation of George R. R. Martin's "The Hedge Knight."
Acclaimed indie comic creator David Hahn of "Private Beach" teams up with the "American Century" writing team for DC/Vertigo's "Bite Club," a story of vampire mobsters in Miami, coming in 2004.