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Dark Horse has released an advance look at the second volume of the best-selling graphic novel series "Troublemaker" written by Janet and Alex Evanovich and artist Joëlle Jones. Book Two hits stores November 3.
A lawyer for Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich has asserted that the writer's copyright-infringement lawsuit against Marvel will proceed, despite reports that the action had been dismissed. ROBOT 6 has details.
In a follow up to yesterday's cosmic powered teaser, Marvel has released a new "Shadowland" image wondering if the popular mutant known as Gambit is, in fact, the new Man Without Fear.
Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley and screenwriter Michael Bacall spoke with CBR News about taking "Scott Pilgrim" from the page to screen, director Edgar Wright's gift for casting, and the screening of the film at CCI.
Best-selling artist Sean Phillips sat down with long time friend, "Hellboy" artist Duncan Fegredo, and discussed his three decades in the comics industry and how it took 25 years to break into the mainstream.
The screenwriter who became Richard Donner's closest collaborator on the first two "Superman" films as well as a driving force behind the '70s Jame Bond franchise passed away at the age of 68.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Batman Confidential" #47 featuring a story by Kevin Vanhook and Tom Mandrake. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, August 4.
The director and cast of “Let Me In” previewed their vampire movie for a CCI audience and offered their reasons for making an Americanized version of the Swedish horror masterpiece “Let the Right One In.”
With "Danny Husk: The Hollow Planet," comedian Scott Thompson brings his "Kids in the Hall" character Danny Husk to comics, courtesy of IDW Publishing and Frozen Beach Studios.
Despite continuing to add scans through last week, OneManga has kept their word and removed all scanned manga from their site, though they continue to operate as an online reference guide. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Marvel Comics has just released a teaser image from "Avengers" #4 featuring a decidedly grandiose battle scene including Ultron, Dr. Doom and more along with the promise "this is just hoe the issue begins..."
Sony gave CCI attendees the chance to play a hands-on demonstration of a new mode in the upcoming "DC Universe Online" that allows players to fight as DC’s iconic characters. Plus, dozens of screenshots from the game!
"First Class" drops a battle of the minds due to "Inception" as the boys of that film find themselves at the center of "Batman 3" rumors. Also, "Mage" to be a film discovered and more.
Actor Thomas Jane and artist Tim Bradstreet announced the relaunch of long defunct Pacific anthology "Alien Worlds" and horror anthology "Twisted Tales" in addition to other RAW Studios news.
"Watchmen" Producer Lloyd Levin has picked up the film rights to Matt Wager's "Mage: the Hero Discovered," the first book in the creators planned "Mage" trilogy. "The timing is good," said Wagner of the deal.
The legendary Stan Lee once again held court with a room full of fans at Comic-Con International, exciting an audience with classic stories all the while frustrating panel moderator Todd McFarlane.
Last week, CBR's crack reviews staff looked at over twenty new titles, including "Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain" #1, "Justice League: Generation Lost" #6, "X-Men Legacy" #238 "Artifacts" #1 and more.
Comic-Con attendees got the jump on The CW’s new spy thriller "Nikita" with a screening of the series pilot and an introduction to stars Maggie Q and Lyndsy Fonseca and SPINOFF brought back the full report.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Nancy In Hell, a new miniseries from the creative team of El Torres, Juan Jose Ryp and Fran Gamboa. The series kicks off Wednesday, August 4.
Independent writers unite at Comic-Con International for a discussion about writing, promoting, publishing comic books outside of the mainstream industry and what it means to be independent.
In this UNUSUAL SUSPECTS, our look at the major players of "Shadowland" through the eyes of the NYPD, "Shadowland: Power Man" writer Fred Van Lente provides us with a detailed report on the book's major characters
Co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost spoke with CBR TV about comic book fans' love of "Spaced," re-creating Comic-Con International in Arizona for the upcoming sci-fi comedy "Paul" and more.
Dressed as the alien villain he plays in the upcoming DreamWorks Animation feature film "Megamind," Will Ferrell was joined by co-stars Tina Fey and Jonah Hill to entertain the Comic-Con International faithful.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison and director Adam Mortimer spoke with CBR News about their upcoming film project "Sinatoro" and described how they hope to bring moviemaking into the 21st Century.
Comics legend Jerry Robinson sat down with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss his tenure on Batman and discuss "Jerry Robinson: Ambassador Of Comics," the new book on his contribution to comics.
Marvel has released a teaser image featuring Nova flying through the rooftops of Hell's Kitchen accompanied by promise of a major change in the MU and the question "Who will be the new Man Without Fear?"
Creator Eric Powell, producer David Fincher, actor Paul Giamatti and Blur Studio's Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler pitched their animated version of "The Goon" at Comic-Con International. Hilarity ensued.
After a relatively quiet July, the CBR Games Roundup is back to look at the slate of video games arriving in the month of August with "Shank," "Metroid: Other M" and "Madden NFL 11" among this month's highlights.
Comic-Con International hosted the world premiere of Marvel Studios' animated series "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" in a panel which also announced an upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" cartoon.
Longtime collaborators Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier brought their annual "Sergio and Mark Show" back once more to Comic-Con International, bringing with them a host of guests and news of "Groo Vs. Conan."
Marvel Comics has released Joe Quesada's variant cover for "Amazing Spider-Man" #640, the third chapter of Quesada and artist Paolo Rivera's "One Moment In Time" storyline. The issue hits stores August 10.
An audience at Comic-Con International got the very first look at "Falling Skies," the new alien-invasion television series from executive producer Steven Spielberg that’s set to debut in summer 2011 on TNT.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, August 4, including "The Boys" #45, "Green Hornet: Parallel Lives" #2, "The Warriors" #3 and more.
When his run kicks off in "Teen Titans" #88, J.T. Krul says readers will see an A-list roster including fan favorites Superboy and Kid Flash and that he has big plans for the team well beyond the 100th issue.
Is Robert Rodriguez looking to direct "Deadpool"? Is Krona set to visit "Green Lantern"? Will Maggie Q talk about "Priest"? Also, Kevin Feige calls Joss Whedon "the right thing" and more.
Creator Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton and the cast of "The Guild" treated fans to an inspired "Bollywood" musical number and talked about season four of their popular web series at Comic-Con.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Brightest Day" #7, on sale Wednesday, August 4 from Geoff Johns, Peter Tomasi, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Ardian Syaf and more with covers by David Finch and Ryan Sook.
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