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Check out the new launch trailer for "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2," which is about as close to the trailer for an animated adaptation of "Civil War" as you're likely to see.
Disney President and CEO Bob Iger met with fans at the first D23 Expo to discuss plans to use Disney's global resources to extend and increase the popularity of the Marvel brand and characters.
The warped reality of "Weekly World News" returns in January, courtesy of IDW Publishing. Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall writes the four-issue miniseries, CBR spoke with him for an early look at loads of artwork.
The co-creators of Dynamite's mature readers hit, "The Boys," come back to the series full time to tell the heavily anticipated origins of their anti-super superteam, starting with a spotlight on Mother's Milk in issue #35.
Bob Iger pledges "no Disney-fication of Marvel"! "Batman: Arkham Asylum" sells 2 million copies in two weeks! More on New York Comic Con and New York Anime Festival! "Scary Go Round" comes to an end! Plus, more!
"Wolverine" director Gavin Hood not attached to sequel. "Slither" director mines "Super" well for comedy. "Whiteout" in review. All this, plus "Smallvile" and more.
CBR News spoke with writer Ed Brubaker about the revelations of the first two issues of “The Marvels Project,” as well as his plans for the rest of the eight issue epic that serves as the definitive origin of the Marvel Universe.
"Whiteout," which opens today, brings Carrie Stetko to the screen in the form of Kate Beckinsale. The film, which is not without merit, but not entirely sure of itself, reveals the icy world of the thriller is as tough a terrain as Antarctica.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Vengeance of the Moon Knight" #1, "Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth" #3, "Invincible Iron Man" #18, "Ultimate Comics Armor Wars" #1 and more.
DC Comics and Warner Animation have provided CBR with a clip from their upcoming "Superman/Batman" animated DVD showcasing Metallo, the man with a kryptonite heart!
Chris Claremont joins CBR today to answer your questions about "X-Men Forever," including killing Wolverine, blinding Sabretooth, the possible return of the New Mutants and the possibilities of an acting career.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "28 Days Later" #2 by writer Michael Alan Nelson and artist Declan Shalvey with covers by comic book superstars Tim Bradstreet and Sean Philips!
With just a few Wednesdays left, we’re triple dipping for this week’s interview with Russ Manning Award-nominated Wonder Woman cartoonist Ben Caldwell and Deadman storytellers Dave Bullock and Vinton Heuck.
CBR's Chad Nevett likes "Dark Avengers/ Uncanny X-Men: Exodus," saying writer Matt Fraction leaves both the X-Men and the Dark Avengers in different, unexpected places.
Ethan Van Sciver was feeling the love at FanExpo, and wearing a violet Lantern Corps hat to prove it. The superstar artist shared his thoughts on DC’s two major events currently underway: “The Flash: Rebirth” and “Blackest Night.”
Now that the dust has settled on yesterday's big Warner Bros. announcement -- press releases have been issued, top executives have been interviewed -- we can begin to get a picture of the new DC Entertainment.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Dark Wolverine" #78 by Marjorie Liu & Daniel Way and Steven Segovia with a cover by Greg Land, on sale September 16.
Nineties nostalgia and Korean rap collide in "K.G.B.," a new webcomic by Eisner winner Becky Cloonan and cartoonist Hwan Cho, who talked to CBR News about the epic story of the Korean rap group K.G.B.
Reed Exhibitions announced today that New York Comic Con and New York Anime Festival will co-locate in 2010, with both events taking place in October at Manhattan's Jacob K. Javits Center.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Dark Avengers" #9 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Mike Deodato, on sale next week.
More on Paul Levitz and the DC Comics restructuring! DC opposes Google settlement! Marvel characters unlikely to appear at Disney World! More manga for the Kindle! Another retailer closes! Plus, how comics handle sex!
DC Entertainment changes "Wonder Woman." Director Edgar Wright still en route to "Ant Man." WB cuts lose "He-Man." All this, new "Heroes" stills and "Hancock 2."
It's New Comics Day in the USA, and CBR brings you more than 40 previews of books on sale now from Icon, DC, Dynamite, Marvel, Top Cow, Image, BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, Vertigo and Aspen.
“Dark Reign: The List-Avengers” hits stores this week and CBR News spoke with artist Marko Djurdjevic about his experiences working on the special issue, which kicks off a series of interconnected "Dark Reign" themed one-shots.
Outgoing DC Comics President & Publisher Paul Levitz and newly appointed DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson talk to CBR News about the restructuring of DC and what it means for comics publishing, multimedia and beyond.
Creators from Marv Wolfman to Keith Giffen and beyond give CBR their first response to the news that Paul Levitz will step down as DC Comics' Publisher and what DC Entertainment could mean for the company's future.
The writer of "Invincible Presents: Atom Eve," Benito Cereno returns with the origin of Rex Splode, Invincible's hotheaded rival. Cereno spoke with CBR News about the character and the upcoming miniseries.
EXCLUSIVE: Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada answers questions posed by CBR News and CBR readers regarding the recently announced acquisition of Marvel Entertainment by The Walt Disney Company.
Longtime Publisher and President of DC Comics, Paul Levitz, has released his public letter of resignation via the company's blog, The Source. UPDATE: Levitz named "Adventure Comics" scribe.
Warner Bros. has officially announced that Paul Levitz is to segue from President & Publisher of DC Comics to writer, contributing editor and overall consultant to the new DC Entertainment, under President Diane Nelson.
Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov has implemented a plan to restructure DC Comics. WB's Diane Nelson has been put in charge of the publisher, with Paul Levitz resigning as President and Publisher.
The final issue of Vertigo's acclaimed "Young Liars" earns a rare five-star review from CBR's Chad Nevett, who says David Lapham delivers a "brilliant, challenging, ambitious, audacious, and flat-out insane" comic to end the series with.
"Captain America: Reborn" finds Steve Rogers unstuck in time, and CBR speaks with writer Ed Brubaker about his inspiration for that piece of the story, as well as what it's like to work with artists Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice.
Guillermo Del Toro teases a "D." More "Whiteout" Interviews. "Green Hornet" loses a Cage. A new "Judge Dread" writer and Tom Welling talks "Smallville."
Disney hires "Halo" co-creator to oversee video-game division! Marvel CEO will become Disney's second-largest stockholder! Reed Exhibitions, "fantasy economy" and competition! More!
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in December, including new issues of "Empowered," "Hellboy," "Citizen Rex" and a new "Willow" one-shot by Joss Whedon.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicolas Cage has walked away from "The Green Hornet," Columbia's big-budget super hero movie, after the actor and studio were unable to come to a mutually agreed upon contract.