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We spoke with Brian Michael Bendis about his and Rafa Sandoval's "Ultimate Mystery," a four issue miniseries that forces the defenders of the Ultimate Universe to uncover the identity of a dangerous adversary.
Ed Brubaker takes CBR News on a guided tour of Marvel's cloak and dagger superhero team from how big characters like Nova and Valkyrie fit in to where Steve's Rogers grand plan plays out for Sharon Carter and the Irredeemable Ant-Man.
In July, Allan Heinberg & Jim Cheung's nine issue miniseries "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" begins. We spoke with them about the race to find the woman who changed the face of the Marvel U: The Scarlet Witch!
Classic Conan writer Roy Thomas returns to the muscular hero for a 12-issue series beginning in December from Dark Horse. We spoke with Thomas about "Conan: Road of Kings."
Aspen has announced that Joe Benitez will write and illustrate the adventures of his newest creation, "Lady Mechanika." Based in turn of the 20th Century Great Britain, the series will launch in the fall.
With his acclaimed "Casanova" moving to Marvel's Icon imprint this fall, Matt Fraction spoke about his plans for the series, including full color re-releases of past issues and the long awaited volume three.
DC's Batman panel at C2E2 found Tony Daniel, Gail Simone, and Dustin Nguyen chatting with fans about what the future holds for Bruce Wayne, as well as current Batman Dick Grayson, Red Robin, and the Birds of Prey.
The Marvel Editor-in-Chief was joined by a lineup of talent and editorial to talk one-on-one with the fans of Chicago about the sequel to "Brand New Day," "Secret Avengers" and more. UPDATED WITH NEW AVENGERS ART!
The Marvel Editor-in-Chief unveiled the meaning of the internet teasers attached to him and Paolo Rivera, explaining how "One Moment In Time" is his long-awaited sequel to the most controversial Spider-Man story in a decade.
Writers Daniel Quantz and R.J. Ryan talked with CBR about their new original graphic novel that explores the root of evil and explained how they prepared for their stroll into the criminal mind and the human condition.
Brian Azzarello, James Robinson, Bill Willingham, Paul Levitz, and editor Ian Sattler took the stage at C2E2 to discuss their current and upcoming projects, including "Justice League," Legion of Super Heroes," and "First Wave."
Oni Press announced at C2E2 today that the publisher will be bringing the popular children's television show, "Yo Gabba Gabba," into the worlkd of comic books this fall with "Story Comic Book Time Vol. 1."
Karen Berger laid out the next few months of plans for DC's literary imprint with a panel including Bill Willingham, Peter Straub and Cliff Chiang, who shared the story of his career-steering email from Neil Young.
Geoff Johns leads the talk around DC Comics brand new bi-weekly event series "Brightest Day" and tie-in series starring resurrected heroes and villains with word breaking on fan favorite characters and even some "Green Lantern" movie news.
Creator Mark Waid commemorated one year of "Irredeemable" with revelations about pushing artist Peter Krause too far, what he's taking a chance on entering year two and how many "I" titles he has left to unveil.
Jim Shooter spoke about the upcoming "Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom," and how the series will draw inspiration from the character's iconic run at Gold Key in the 1960s while fashioning something entirely new.
"Existence 3.0" and "Forgetless" writer Nick Spencer spoke with CBR News about "Morning Glories," his upcoming ongoing Image Comics series described as a mixture of "Lost" and "Runaways."
The first day of C2E2 enters the history books and ROBOT 6's Michael May files a report from Chicago, as he hits the floor and meets up with Joshua Hale Fialkov, Ryan Kelly, Jason Copland and more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio stopped by CBR TV's C2E2 studio to talk about his new position in the company, Grant Morrison's Batman plans, JH Williams' Batwoman run and much more.
We spoke with Karl Kesel about the third Captain America, Jeff Mace, who stars in the upcoming "Captain America: Patriot" miniseries exploring the character's origins and his place in the legendary Avenger's legacy.
Writer Robert Langridge spoke with CBR about his brand new ongoing series "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," re-imagining the Asgardian hero in modern-day adventure stories pitting him against enemies both old and new.
Following up yesterday's CBLR - did you know what Jack Kirby wanted to call the Black Panther originally? Find out, along with seeing a drawing by Kirby from over 40 years ago showing T'Challa's original costume - it's a doozy!
"Atomic Robo" writer Brian Clevinger lands at Marvel to reimagine the classic "Infinity Gauntlet" event as a wild action comic for kids in the form of "Avengers & The Infinity Gauntlet" and explains honoring and updating a classic.
The adventures of the world's most dangerous macaque continue in "Hit-Monkey" a new miniseries by the title character's creators, writer Daniel Way and artist Dalibor Talijic. CBR spoke with Way about the project.
The team behind the "X-Men/Spider-Man" miniseries reunites to present four new untold era-spanning tales of Spidey-centric team-ups. CBR spoke with writer Christos Gage about "Spider-Man/Fantastic Four."
In July, Daredevil will decide if his plans are worth going to war against his fellow heroes over in "Shadowland." CBR spoke with Andy Diggle about the miniseries and the "Daredevil" arc that ties into it.
IDW editors Andy Schmidt and Denton Tipton spoke with CBR News about the C2E2 announcement on the new line of "D&D" comics being released by the publisher later this year.
Carla Speed McNeil's long-lived and critically acclaimed "Finder" has found a new home at Dark Horse, who will reprint existing editions of the comic as well as her next 3 books. ROBOT 6 has the details.
The DC Nation panel at C2E2 found Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, James Robinson, Jim Lee, and more discussing the changing face of the DCU, thanks to events in "Rise of Arsenal," "Brightest Day," and "The Flash"
An A-List lineup of Marvel talent, from Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada to Jeph Loeb, hit the stage at C2E2, to bring all the news on new Ultimate series, official word on "Shadowland" and what makes "Avengers" unique.
A parent in a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, has filed a complaint with the school district objecting to the content in the fourth volume of Jeff Smith's Bone series citing drinking, gambling and sexual overtones.
Acclaimed illustrator Ryan Sook took CBR News behind the scenes and shared his work process as the monthly cover artist for "Magdalena," the new Top Cow series from writer Ron Marz and artist Nelson Blake II.
It's All King Kirby Week! Learn how Marvel changed Kirby's original Black Panther design! See what appearance by the King himself was edited out of a comic! And did Spidey get a black costume to keep Kirby from suing Marvel?
Comic book legend John Romita Jr. stopped by the CBR TV studio to talk about the current Kick-Ass phenomenon, his upcoming work on Avengers with Brian Michael Bendis, how his father feels about his work and more.
With Bucky Barnes wielding the shield of Captain America, the original red, white and blue Marvel hero carries on in "Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier." We spoke with Ed Brubaker about the hero's new mission.
Ron Zimmerman divulged details on his upcoming limited series, from being a celebrity in the Wild West to who makes the cut when the Rawhide Kid assembles a first gun-slinging hero team.
Swedish vampire love story "Let the Right One In" is coming to comics, courtesy of Dark Horse, as "Let Me In," reflecting the upcoming American film's title. Scott Allie spoke with CBR about the announcement.
Timothy Callahan reviewed Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "The Flash" #1, giving the issue 3.5 stars, calling the first new Barry Allen ongoing in decades "a faced-paced, dynamic relaunch...it's off to a nice start."
SPINOFF's Jeffrey Renaud spoke with Matt Smith, the newest Doctor Who, about Smith's series co-stars, the world of international celebrity, previous doctors, bow ties and much more.
IDW Publishing has struck a deal with Hasbro to publish several new comic series based on the popular "Dungeons & Dragons" franchise, starting with a #0 issue in August, 2010.