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CBR News speaks with Hank Kanalz of Wildstorm for an in-depth interview where he discusses what's ahead for the imprint, confirms a new Tony Harris drawn series, shares exclusive preview art from two upcoming series, and more.
The "New Mutants" scribe drops by CBR to answer all of your questions about guest stars, mutant abilities, an inevitable confrontation, Necrosha and more. Plus, an exclusive look at art from issue #6!
The creator of Usagi Yojimbo talks to a Baltimore Comic-Con audience about the origins, long life, and storied history of comics' beloved Yojimbo Rabbit as the character celebrates his 25th Anniversary.
What comics art lacks most today, and what it needs the most; this week's Congressional sneak attack, why, and what you can do about it; fun with the Bible, in comics and other places; plus APE, San Diego cosplay, and more
Frank Beddor brings his "Looking Glass Wars" novels to a close, but his Hatter M graphic novels will continue on. CBR talks with the NYT Best Selling author about the continuing tales of a decidedly dangerous Wonderland.
Tony Bedard has been unleashing an epic battle in the opening story arc of the critically acclaimed "R.E.B.E.L.S.," and an upcoming crossover with "Blackest Night" should expose the title to a much wider audience.
Acclaimed writer/artist, Nick Bertozzi, talks with CBR News about his new graphic novel, "Stuffed!," his upcoming Lewis and Clark historical fiction comic, his contributions to "The ACT-I-VATE Primer," "Strange Tales," and more.
The superstar writer joins CBR for this latest installment of his bi-monthly, reader generated Q&A session, discussing the science of "Blackest Night" and "The Flash: Rebirth," teasing future plans for Black Manta, and more.
The co-creators of "Powers," Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, celebrated the 10th anniversary of their acclaimed comic book during the 10th anniversary of Baltimore Comic-Con.
Funimation cracks down on anime fansub site! Rich Hafstead of Jim Hanley's Universe passes away! Japanese girl in a coma after manga shelves collapse! Looking back at 50 years of "Asterix"! Plus, Spider-Man -- armed robber?
It's New Comics Day here in the USA, and CBR has over 40 previews of books on sale now from Marvel, DC Comics, Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment and Image Comics
DC's Ian Sattler was joined by Franco, Len Wein and others to drop a little knowledge and have a lot of fun on the last day of the Baltimore Comic-Con, teasing a new project from Wein, verifying more "Jonah Hex" collections & more.
A cadre of members from the webcomics collective came together to promote their new print anthology, air a short film about their site and announce a new indy comics creator who is soon coming to ACT-I-VATE.
Pipeline looks back at a pair of classic comic strip collections this week: "Bloom County" and "Family Circus." IDW does a great job on both, but Augie has a conundrum with how much he enjoys "Family Circus," in particular.
Superstar writer, Chris Claremont, shared his career experiences with a room full of fans in Baltimore, including his latest gig on Marvel's "X-Men Forever," movie adaptations, modern storytelling techniques, and more.
Nevin Martell speaks with ROBOT 6 about his book, "Looking for Calvin and Hobbes," which sets out to trace "the life and career of the extraordinary, influential, and intensely private" funny pages superstar, Bill Watterson.
Brian Michael Bendis stops by the CBR studio in Los Angeles to talk about the upcoming Marvel event, "Siege." Find out more about what's in store for the Marvel U in this exclusive video interview.
CBR News caught up to a number of 2009 Harvey Awards winners and presenters after this year's ceremony for their reactions, including Scott Kurtz, Terry Moore, Brian Michael Bendis, Neil Adams, Bryan J.L. Glass and more.
CBR's Reviews staff covered over 20 comic book titles last week, including "The Incredibles" #1, "Sweet Tooth" #2, "Criminal: The Sinners" #1, "Justice League: Cry for Justice" #3, "Dark Reign: Zodiac" #3 and more.
Jim McCann is penning his first OGN with artist Janet Lee at Archaia where they prepare readers for a forecast of cloudy with a chance of raining Dapper Men. CBR News spoke with McCann & Lee about their modern fairy tale.
Alaska may expand child-porn laws to include cartoons! Longtime letterer Joe Rosen passes away! Apple team called in to overhaul Disney Stores! "xkcd" raises enough money to build school in Laos! Plus much more!
James Robinson has revealed exclusively to CBR News that “Blackest Night” tie- in “Starman” #81, announced Monday at Baltimore Retailer Summit, will not feature the return of Jack Knight.
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen hands off the reins of his critically acclaimed series to a few friends in a new four-issue anthology series from Archaia Studios Press.
For years, The Avengers have been divided by personal and ideological conflicts. In January, they reunite in "Siege," an epic storyline for the Avengers family of titles. We spoke with writer Brian Michael Bendis about the project.
Jeph Loeb explains how he and Frank Cho's long-awaited continuation of the Ultimates saga will bring bigger action, more intense personal drama and a god- like threat to the Ultimate Universe.
In the final ongoing series of the Ultimate Comics line, "Ultimate X," superstar creators Jeph Loeb and Art Adams join forces to tackle more than just mutants, asking the big questions about life after tragedy
This Spring, Cable and Hope, the possible Mutant Messiah, return to the present to kick off "X-Men: Second Coming," the third chapter in the Messiah Trilogy. CBR News spoke with the event's writers about the crossover.
An all-star team of Marvel heroes are going to war; not against a nation, but against a man and all who would stand with him. CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Maberry about Marvel's just-announced "DoomWar."
Batman has guns. Black Canary is black. And Chop Chop is leading the Blackhawks. Welcome to Brian Azzarello’s pulp inspired DCU where the writer is the only one with superpowers.
From the new "Stand" series at Marvel event to DC's "Blackest Night" comics cavalcade to the reveal of the mystery villain behind "Image United," CBR brings all the news from one of the biggest mainstream comics events of the year. UPDATING
The 10th annual Baltimore Comic-Con is over, and creators, companies and Con Organizer, Marc Nathan, weighed in with CBR News on what most seem to feel was the show's most successful outing to date.
"Wednesday Comics" editor, Mark Chiarello, gathered a panel of the experimental series' contributors to discuss and answer questions about format, collaboration and the potential sequel to the newsprint hit of 2009.
This weekend at Baltimore Comic-Con, Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri unveiled details on their upcoming "Pilot Season" collaboration and writer Ron Marz discussed his own work on Top Cow's "Witchblade," "Angelus," and "Magdalena."
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the cover to Jim McCann and Janet Lee's new graphic novel, "The Return of the Dapper Men."
Tim revisits John Byrne's '80s Superman revamp and considers how the reimagining of an icon worked as a gateway to the DCU and what its legacy is today, after all the changes Byrne made seem to have been undone.
ComiXology's David Steinberger hosted a panel on digital comics featuring Top Cow's Filip Sablik, "Elephantmen" creator Richard Starkings, Michael DeVito of Th3rd World, and "High Moon's" David Gallaher sharing their experiences.
This past weekend, the creative team behind Image Comics' upcoming jam-illustrated crossover spoke to fans about the process in crafting the comic book's unique look, while teasing what will happen after the series ends.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Mass Effect: Redemption" #1, written by the lead writer of the popular "Mass Effect 2" video game, Mac Walters, and due in stores January 6, 2010
Brian Michael Bendis and Matt Fraction headlined the Marvel: Your Universe panel to answer questions about a wide range of topics, from Marvel's movies, to Tony Stark's diminishing intelligence, to the Infinity Gems, and more.
The man who drew "New Teen Titans" and "Crisis on Infinite Earths" chatted with fans about his storied comics career, discussing the long-awaited graphic novel "Teen Titans: Games," which will hit stores within a year.