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Dan Jurgens leads Rip Hunter, Booster Gold, Superman and Green Lantern into the time stream to find Bruce Wayne and stop the place where time ends from tearing itself apart in "Time Masters: Vanishing Point."
In front of a sold-out auditorium, Neil Gaiman read his short stories and poems, answered fan questions, and told not a few amusing anecdotes Saturday night at the C2E2 benefit for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid and acclaimed "Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith fielded questions from the audience and provided lots of laughs and memories in a Sunday panel focusing on independent comics.
Writer/creator Garth Ennis shared his thoughts with CBR News on why "Battlefields" Vol. 2 consists of sequels to the first batch of minis and why redemption for the supers won’t be in the cards for "The Boys."
Top Cow's C2E2 panel covered a wide range of topics including the company's road to "Artifacts," the jaw-dropping art of "Velocity" and a special guest appearance from Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs.
"Turok, Son of Stone" will be the third classic Gold Key character reinvented by Jim Shooter, Dark Horse announced at C2E2 last weekend. CBR spoke with Shooter about his latest take on the time-tossed adventurer.
Joe Benitez's new series "Lady Mechanika" and big promises for digital publishing in the near future were topics of discussion at Aspen's panel, where they also confirmed statuses on the "Fathom" and "Soulfire" films.
It's New Comic Book Day here in the States, and CBR has over 40 previews of titles that are hitting the stores today from Marvel, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, IDW and more!
Image Comics has provided an exclusive look at "Elephantment" #25, on sale today, featuring a story by Richard Starkings and art by industry heavyweights including Gibbons, Braithwaite, Erskine, Portacio and more.
The show organizer takes CBR News on a wrap up of the con from attendance to the scale of the show and from awareness to the future dates and location of the Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo.
Paul Cornell takes over writing duties on "Action Comics," beginning in June's issue, and Lex Luthor is the star. CBR News spoke with the writer about the new man of "Action," the legacy of the title and more.
"Fables," "Angel" and "JSA" writer Bill Willingham pledged one spoiler per project during his C2E2 panel and subsequently revealed to fans a marriage in store for Snow White, new prophecies for Spike and more.
Lost in all the $3.99 an issue talk is the current increase in bi-monthly titles at Marvel. Augie's betting they'll still be late. Also: More discussion on the practice of phototracing and "The Uncanny Valley."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superman/Batman" #53, written by Joe Casey and featuring art and cover by the team of Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, April 21.
Evan Dorkin, Jill Thompson, & Scott Allie spoke exclusively with CBR about "Beasts of Burden/Hellboy," in which Mike Mignola's signature creation teams with the four-legged detectives of the supernatural.
DC Comics co-publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee entertained fans in an informal panel, basking in enthusiasm generated by "Blackest Night," taking their lumps for "Amazons Attack" and announcing a new miniseries or two.
The writers behind DC Comics' new Mighty Crusaders comics, Eric. S. Trautmann, Brandon Jerwa, Matt Sturges and John Rozum, spoke with CBR about thee next chapter in the DCU history of the classic Archie heroes.
Mike Mignola arrived at his C2E2 panel, declaring that he was there for the audience and spending the hour-long session discussing Hellboy, answering questions and hinting at things to come in the Hellboy universe.
In the wake of the high-profile debut for the Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo, CBR News catches up with responses from major players from DC and Marvel to Dark Horse and Image and more.
Jim Shooter, Dennis Calero, Bill Reinhold and Chris Warner took to the stage during C2E2 to chat with fans about the imminent re-launch of "Doctor Solar," "Magnus, Robot Fighter" and "Turok" at Dark Horse.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern" #53, a "Brightest Day" tie-in written Geoff Johns and featuring art and cover Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy with a variant by Rodolfo Migliari. The issue hits stores, April 21.
Marvel has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in July 2010, including "X-Men" #1, "Avengers: The Children's Crusade," "Steve Rogers: Super Soldier," and much more.
The men behind the Wildstorm Universe caught readers up on current events in the Wildstorm U and announced Tony Harris' next project post-"Ex Machina" and new crossover book with IDW "X-Files/30 Days of Night."
Last week, CBR's crack review staff looked at over twenty new titles, including "Iron Man Noir" #1, "Green Hornet: Year One" #2, "The FLash" #1 with a pair of 4-star reviews for "The Savage Axe of Ares" and "Siege: Loki."
From a brand-new "Farscape" threat to the return of Cthulu to a line of family-friendly Stan Lee created titles, BOOM! Studios treated C2E2 attendees to news, previews and more than a tease or two. CBR News was there.
Tim reflects on the tale of two conventions, one in New York, one in Boston, and doesn't mention C2E2 at all - okay, maybe a little. He also notices a growing trend and finds yet another reason to talk about Jack Kirby.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in July 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Ex Machina" #50, JMS' "Superman" and "Wonder Woman" and more.
WildStorm announced "The Further Adventures of the Whistling Skull" on Saturday at C2E2 and CBR News has all the details after speaking with co-creators Tony Harris and B. Clay Moore.
At Chicago's C2E2, Archaia discussed their present and future in the digital world of comics and announced an all new brand extension banner. Black Label, specifically dedicated to Hollywood partnership titles.
Marvel Comics has released solicitation information for Ultimate Comics shipping in July 2010, including "Ultimate Comics New Ultimates" #3 by Jeph Loeb and Frank Cho.
Greg McElhatton reviewed "Batman" #698 featuring a story by Tony Daniel with art by Guillem March and gave the book 3.5 stars, saying "Daniel and March work well together...it's nice to see each of them providing a satisfying read."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, April 21, including "Queen Sonja" #6, Garth Ennis' "Battlefields" #5 and "Kato Origins: Way of the Ninja" #1.
DC Comics has announced that John Cassaday will be the new regular cover artist for "Superman" starting with issue #701, joining new writer J. Michael Straczynski and interior artist Eddy Barrows on the title.
Image Comics creators Jim Valentino, Tim Seeley, Richard Starkings, Ben McCool and Nick Spencer discussed their upcoming projects and much more at the Image panel at C2E2 this weekend, and CBR was there.
Inaugural C2E2 draws 27,500! Sales of comics and GNs fell 5% last year! Checker lays out Diamond grievances! Steve Jobs admits mistake in rejecting Mark Fiore's app! Plus, the mystery of the missing Superman painting!
This September, Wolverine's life becomes a living Hell thanks to the machinations of a mysterious organization. CBR spoke with writer Jason Aaron about his work on the next volume of Marvel's "Wolverine" series.
CBR News speaks with Daniel Way about his and Marjorie Liu's plans for Wolverine's evil son Daken in "Daken: Dark Wolverine," a grim new title launching in the middle of Marvel's Heroic Age.
Marvel revealed at C2E2 the heroes that will make up the core faculty of the upcoming “Avengers Academy” series. CBR News spoke with writer Christos Gage about the characters and what they bring to the curriculum.
Victor Gischler and Paco Medina begin a new era for Marvel's mutants when their ongoing series "X-Men" debuts in July. We spoke with Gischler about the series, which pits the X-Men against new and unfamiliar threats.
Marvel addressed the burning question of would-be comics professionals: how do I break in? The panel of writers, artists, and editors answered questions and discussed their own experiences of getting their first work.