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Before you know it, CCI 2008 will be over and you'll be wondering "how did I miss that?" Here's our rundown of Sunday's event and panel highlights so you can make your plans accordingly.
Johanna Stokes drops by CBR with a Commentary Track for the first issue of her new outer space mystery/thriller series from BOOM! Studios, "Station."
Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade performed round 1 of their superhero debate show at Los Angeles comics shop Meltdown, with round 2 set for tonight at the UCB Theatre.
Fan-favorite performer Bruce Campbell talks to CBR about his distinguished career including the new season of "Burn Notice" and his directorial debut with "My Name Is Bruce."
Writer Dwight MacPherson follows his successful OGN "The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo" with a new darker volume with artist Avery Butterworth. The pair speaks to CBR about "Poo 2."
With "The Dark Knight" in theaters around the world next week, we take an in-depth look at the literary and cinematic history of the Batman's greatest foe, the Joker, in this first of a two-part series.
Did "Crime Does Not Pay" really outsell "Superman" in the '40s? Was a "Harbinger" character originally intended to be gay? Was an issue of "The Authority" ghost written by Grant Morrison?
Could there be trouble in Metropolis? We wonder while checking out a new cast member. Jon Favreau gets a deal. Plus news from Gotham City, "The Spirit," the SAG/AFRTA war and more.
With Iron Man disabled, S.H.I.E.L.D. compromised and the Skrull Invasion ravaging the Earth, is there any hope left? Brian Michael Bendis takes us through the intricacies of this week's issue #4 page-by-bloody-page.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Captain America" #40, "Marvel 1985" #3, "Punisher" #59, "Ultimate Fantastic Four" #56, "X-Factor" #33 and more!
Comic-Con International 2008 is just around the corner, and the show's official programming guide is beginning to leak out. Here's CBR's rundown of Thursday panels and events we think you might not want to miss.
CBR reviewer Benjamin Birdie turns in this review of "Secret Invasion" #4, the new issue by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Francis Yu that Birdie says is the most important issue of the series so far.
Animated Batman guru Bruce Timm, executive producer of "Batman: Gotham Knight," tells CBR why Batman is perfect for anime, the violent Wonder Woman DVD and how he'd pitch the Question for a DCU DVD.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Solomon Kane" #1 by by Scott Allie and Mario Guevara with covers by Joe Kubert and John Cassaday, on sale in September.
Actors Jeffrey Donovan and Bruce Campbell talk to CBR News about the second season of their hit USA series about a disgraced spy, "Burn Notice," featuring new cast member Tricia Helfer of "Battlestar Galactica."
You know Elektra's a skrull, but how did it happen? The answers are in next week's "Mighty Avengers" #16 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Khoi Pham, and CBR has your exclusive first look.
CBR speaks with Mike Mignola about “Hellboy II: The Golden Army,” the future of the Hellboy comics and film franchises, what story he and Guillermo del Toro were originally planning to adapt, and why he never wants to sit in the director’s chair.
Joe Kelly talks Image's "Captain Stoneheart and the Truth Fairy" hardcover, reprinting the acclaimed storybook tale lavishly illustrated by Chris Bachalo with bonus features including a dramatic reading of the story on CD.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Red Sonja" #35, "Army of Darkness/Xena: Why Not?" #4 and "Battlestar Galactica: Origins" #7.
The Bat brought the pain to the Windy City, there's news from Kansas' strangest town, cute little heroes are back, plus we look at "Hellboy 2," "Dragonball," the animated "Wonder Woman" and more.
On sale this month is "X-Men: Odd Men Out," featuring unpublished work by legendary artist Dave Cockrum. In this special X-POSITION, longtime Marvel creators reminisce about the man who made the X-Men what they are today.
Tuesday's Citizens for Batman events in NYC and Chicago ended with enormous Bat-signals projected above the cities. CBR was in New York to see what one fan called “geeks stopping traffic.”
In a 1-on-1 chat with CBR, Oscar-winning cinematographer Guillermo Navarro talks about "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" as well as his "Pan's Labyrinth" experience and what it's like collaborating with Guillermo del Toro.
CBR News talks to composer Christopher Drake, who scored two of the six chapters of the "Batman: Gotham Knight" DVD feature. A longtime Batman fan, the project was a dream come true for Drake.
Jay Faerber talks about “Pilot Season: Urban Myths,” a private eye story set in a world where Ancient Greece exists into the modern day, complete with meddlesome gods and snake-haired monsters.