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Questions remain about how San Diego will pay for convention center expansion! Are mobile comics "the last nail in the coffin" of the direct market? Spec-work article sparks another Zuda debate!
Updated - The Walt Disney Company has agreed to purchase Marvel Entertainment, Inc. and its portfolio of 5,000 characters in a stock and cash transaction worth $4 Billion.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada held court for a special edition of ‘Stanley’ Cup O’ Joe Saturday at FanExpo in Toronto, Canada where he revealed news about “X-Factor,” ‘Clone Saga,’ Red Hulk and “Young Avengers.”
Dan DiDio leads the DC Universe Editorial Presentation Saturday at FanExpo in Toronto, Canada and shares news of Paul Dini’s “Zatanna” ongoing, “Ambush Bug” #6 and a possible “Wonder Woman” #600.
In the January 2010 mini-series "Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot," the titular heroine steps into the spotlight to battle a ghoulish criminal conspiracy. CBR News spoke with writer Marc Guggenheim about the series.
Earth’s Mightiest Animals are back for another walk around the proverbial block, with original series writer Chris Eliopoulus once again holding the leash. CBR News spoke with him about the sequel, scheduled for early 2010.
Marvel’s newest “Ender’s Game” one-shot, "War of Gifts," will be hitting comic book stores in December. Writer Jake Black spoke with CBR to shed some light on what fans of the series can expect in his upcoming adaptation.
UPDATED! As an X-Man, Pixie has endured a lot of traumas and tragedies, but has maintained a positive attitude, but that optimism is put to the test in "Pixie Strikes Back,” by writer Kathryn Immonent.
New Orleans' Leo McGovern talks to CBR about Hurricane Katrina, losing all but one of his thousands of comic books, being depicted in Josh Neufeld’s “A.D.” graphic novel, and returning to New Orleans after the deluge.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, the discussion turns toward artistic experimentation, Joe Kubert, and James Joyce.
In December, "World War Hulks: Alpha" and "Gamma," the machinations of the Marvel U's biggest and baddest brains kick of the titular conflict. CBR News spoke with creators, Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier about the project.
December is been the month to look at Marvel Comics stories that might have been, because it’s when the latest batch of “What If?” one-shots hit stores. We spoke with editors Chris Allo & Justin Gabrie about the class of 2009.
Peter David talks to CBR News about the long-running title's new shift to New York City, the introduction of a new snarky blonde and the introduction of some brand new mysteries in the post-#200 issues of "X-Factor."
Marvel creators and editors met with fans Friday during Toronto’s Fan Expo to discuss the latest moves and machinations of Norman Osborn and more during the Dark Reign panel.
At the DC Nation panel Friday during Fan Expo in Toronto Canada, DC Executive Editor Dan Didio and crew updated fans in attendance on all things "Blackest Night," "Flash," "Wonder Woman" and much more.
Larry Smith and Jeff Newelt of Smith Magazine talk to CBR about Josh Neufeld’s New Orleans book "A.D.", the role that comics play at the magazine, and their new ongoing project with Harvey Pekar.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an advance look at "Fall Out Toy Works" #1 by Pete Wentz & Darren Romanelli and Brett Lewis and Sam Basri & Imaginary Friends Studios. Includes exclusive pages!
In this week's all-fan Friday edition of CUP O' JOE, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada answers your questions about "Models Inc.," "X-Factor," "Thor," "Spider-Woman," Marvel Digital Comics and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Punisher: Frank Castle" #75 by creators including Gregg Hurwitz, Peter Milligan, Duane Swierczynski, Tom Coker, Ken Lashley, Goran Parlov and more.
With his first ongoing series kicking off next week at Vertigo, Eisner nominee Jeff Lemire talks to CBR News about “Sweet Tooth,” his post-apocalyptic fantasy tale featuring Gus, the deer-antlered boy.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the new issue of "Chew," the hit series by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory, on sale next week.
Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment, CBR brings you the first look at Green Lantern as depicted in the new video game, "DC Universe Online." Check it out!
Hailed by Mark Waid as the foremost authority on the "Adventures of Superman" television and radio shows, Michael J. Hayde talks to ROBOT 6 about "Flights of Fantasy," his authoritative new book on the subject.
Motherland Animation Creative Director Lance Sells talks to CBR News about the process by which his company made the popular "Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." motion comic and discusses the future of the format.
After a year of anticipation, “Batman: Arkham Asylum” finally arrived in stores this week. Was it worth the wait? Did it live up to the hype? Read CBR's review for our take on what's been called the best superhero game of all time.
We've got a great Batman history lesson for you today, with a look back at the not one, not two but five different Two-Faces DC Comics has seen in its storied history. Plus X-Men and Stan Lee legends!
The co-creator of such hits as "Transmetropolitan" and "The Boys," Darick Robertson goes in-depth with CBR News about his career, from his first work on "Space Beaver" to his relaunch of "Wolverine" and more.
Angelina Jolie reading "Wanted 2!" Green Lantern relocates to the Big Easy? "Whiteout" cast and crew discuss the film. All this, plus the writers of "Surrogates" and more
Number of mobile comics double in just two months! Dark Horse and AdHouse enter the digital field! Fan Expo Canada kicks off today! Murdered hotel heir had one of world's largest Batman collections! Plus, the samurai craze sweeps Japan! Again!
On the 4th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, cartoonist Josh Neufeld talks to CBR about his new nonfiction graphic novel “A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge,” just out from Pantheon Books.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" #2, "Agents of Atlas" #10, "Cable" #18, "Deadpool" #15, "Exiiles" #6, "Immortal Weapons" #2 and more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of John Cassaday's variant cover for "Captain America: Reborn" #3, on sale September 16.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Greek Street" #3 by writer Peter Milligan and artist Davide Gianfelice with a cover by KANO, on sale September 9 in finer comics stores.
Courtesy of Blue Water Comics, CBR brings you a preview of "Tribute: Michael Jackson, King of Pop," the latest in the publisher's line of biographical comic books, on sale in October.
CBR's Doug Zawisza looks at the first Pitt comic book in ten years, saying creator Dale Keown and writer Paul Kenkins deliver a wild ride in this "exciting, eye-popping read" from Top Cow Productions.
In our latest installment of EVOLUTION REVOLUTION, writer Matt Fraction joins us for commentary and insight on “Dark Avengers” #8, the penultimate chapter in the epic “Utopia” crossover between “Dark Avengers” and “Uncanny X-Men.”
“Rex Mundi” writer Arvid Nelson pens a story of youthful aggression and comics-inspired escapism in “Deadlocke,” a one-shot illustrated by Nick Stakal shipping in November from Dark Horse. We spoke with Nelson about the project.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Invincible Iron Man" #17 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca, on sale September 2in comics stores everywhere.
CBR's Chad Nevett loves "Batman & Robin" #3, giving Grant Morrison & Frank Quietly 4.5 stars for an "excellent comic with twisted writing, art that more than keeps pace, and all of the excitement you want from Batman & Robin."