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In “Dark Reign: The Hood,” writer Jeff Parker teams with the title character's co-creator, artist Kyle Hotz, to chronicle what it's like being both the Marvel U's top “made man” and a family man. CBR spoke with Parker about the title.
Friday, Dark Horse announced the four-issue miniseries “Beasts of Burden,” written by Evan Dorkin with art by Jill Thompson, following up the duo's “Strays” shorts that began in the “Dark Horse Book of Hauntings.”
When Millar and Hitch's run on Fantastic Four comes to an end, waiting in the wings to take the FF on their next fantastic voyage is the new team of writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dale Eaglesham.
Brian Michael Bendis stopped by CBR TV yesterday for a one-on-one interview to reminisce over his indy creator days, discuss the challenges of writing his Marvel titles over the last few years, tease what's coming next, and more!
In May, the Young Avengers return in the five issue “Dark Reign: Young Avengers.” In the series, the titular teen heroes find themselves face to face with - The Young Avengers? We spoke with writer Paul Cornell about the book.
In 2009, newly exclusive Marvel artist Dale Eaglesham will show off his signature style on two of Marvel Comics' most popular properties, Spider-Man and “Fantastic Four.” We spoke with Eaglesham about his future at Marvel.
The post-apocalyptic Wolverine epic, "Old Man Logan," Will be wrapping up with an extra-sized, action-filled one-shot. CBR talked with series writer Mark Millar about it.
Friday afternoon at NYCC, Marvel announced “X-Force: Sex and Violence,” by Craig Kyle and Chris Yost with painted art by Gabriele dell'Otto. We caught up with the writers for a chat.
Celebrated “X-Men” writer Chris Claremont brings back the next generation of mutant marvels in “GeNext United,” beginning in May. CBR News spoke with the creator about what he has in store for the characters.
The superstar Image pair bring collaborators Greg Capullo and Ryan Ottley on board for a new scare-filled monthly that's been three years in the making. UPDATED WITH NEW ART
Friday saw DC host their DC Nation panel at the NYCC, and CBR News was there to bring you all the DC Universe news and announcements from Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, James Robinson, George Perez and more!
It may be below freezing in NYC this weekend, but that doesn't mean slave Leia's trading in her metal bikini for a Tauntaun fur coat! CBR Live! is bringing the con to you with live updates and pics straight from the con floor!
CBR News was in attendance during the Vertigo: Tales from the Edge panel at New York Comic Con. Among the big announcements: "Absolute Death," Milligan on "Hellblazer," Vertigo's first prose book and more.
A new creative team for "Fantastic Four," two new "Dark Reign" mini-series and...the Marvel Slumber Party? CBR brings you all the news, and a giant gallery of art, from the Dark Reign panel at NYCC.
In “Dark Avengers”, Wolverine's son, Daken, took his father's identity. In June he'll take something else, as “Wolverine” becomes “Dark Wolverine.” CBR News spoke with writers Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu about the book.
In 2009, Michael Chiklis, Anny Beck & Marc Andreyko bring the Greek gods to the modern world in IDW's “Olympus.” CBR spoke exclusively with Chiklis & Beck about the consequences of a Greek god saving the world.
Zeb Wells and Diogenes Neves will join creative forces to reunite the Marvel Universe's original teenage mutant team, now all grown up and itching for action in this May's new "New Mutants" title.
CBR continues it's up to the minute coverage of NYCC with our report from Marvel's recently ended X-Men panel. Check here for all the news, teasers and, yes, even jokes from the panel, not to mention a massive art gallery.
in the first of a new CBR TV feature we're calling "Waid TV," BOOM! Studios Editor-In-Chief Mark Waid joins CBR's Jonah Weiland to talk about two of his upcoming, BOOM! projects, "Irredeemable " and "Unknown."
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Friday afternoon at NYCC, BOOM! Studios announced "Unknown," a new series by Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid and provided further details of “Irredeemable." CBR News caught up with Waid to discuss the new books.
Marvel's War of Kings panel took place Friday afternoon at New York Comic Con, and CBR News was there to bring you all the breaking news about the intergalactic event along with a massive image gallery!
Dark Horse has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in May, 2009, including a new "Aliens" mini, "Buffy: TVS" #25, and the return of Dave McKean's long out of print "Cages."
Reports are coming in that the newest installment of "Scott Pilgrim" is already so high in demand, the book is proving difficult for retailers and fans alike to get copies...even though it's not been officially released yet.
Dark Horse has announced a new “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” one-shot, written by “Demo” artist Becky Cloonan and illustrated by “Last Call” creator Vasilis Lolos, as well as a new hardcover edition of "Pixu."
Did Art Spiegelman start his career doing "Garbage Pail Kids?" Did Mark Gruenwald plan to kill Flacon? And how did a joke on COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD lead to a scene in "Salvation Run?" That and more!
CBR talks to Berkeley Breathed exclusively about the definitive, hardcover, five-volume collection of the entire run of his Pultizer Prize-winning comic strip “Bloom County,” to be published by IDW.
CBR Reviewer Benjamin Birdie turns in a review of "Agents of Atlas" #1, thinking highly of the debut issue of Jeff Parker's new Marvel series, awarding the book with a four and a half star review.
Want to see what a convention looks like before it's set up? Stop by CBR Live! now for early show floor photos from NYCC 2009 and be sure to check back regularly throughout the weekend for more candid shots and breaking news!
IDW’s “Angel: After the Fall” wraps up with issue #17, but that is not the end for everybody favorite vampire with a soul: we talk to novelist Kelley Armstrong about writing the subsequent story arc, “Aftermath.”
Everybody's talkin' 'bout Norman Osborn in a winning week that tries to redeem Tony Stark, smashes Autobot hopes, delivers big surprises, brings back the Agents of Atlas and wins on ambition and quality.
The creators of the NBA satire webcomic, "Garbage Time All-Stars," talk with Robot 6 about the strip's origins, what's proven most popular with their fanbase and the possibilities of skewering other sports in the future.
Jim Krueger returns to give us the lowdown on “Avengers/Invaders” and what we can expect from the remaining issues. He also looks back at “Justice” and dishes the dirt on what he thinks about crossovers.
Andrew Kreisberg simply got too busy to write “World of New Krypton,” but nothing will stop the TV and comic book scribe from reading the maxi-series that interlocks with all the Super-books.
Marvel once again dominated the sales figures in December 2008, with their highest dollar amount since 2003. Also, John discusses which titles are likely to be affected when Diamond's new cutoff levels kick in this year.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Thor" #600 by J. Michael Straczinski, Olivier Coipiel and more, on sale February 11 in comics stores everywhere.
This week: the final word on "Final Crisis," and the irrelevancy of mythology; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, days 8-14; and a handful of notes, as Comic Book Resources gears up for New York.
With Henry Selick's stop-motion adaption of Neil Gaiman's "Coraline" opening this weekend, CBR News sat down with voice actor Terri Hatcher to discuss her multiple roles in the highly anticipated film.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the backmatter and creator commentary from "The Darkness: Accursed" TPB by Phil Hester & Michael Broussard.
Tim looks back at advice from a literary master and ponders over what has become an increasingly large and much debated question in the age of the internet and message boards: What does it take to be a good comic book reader?