PREVIEWS: "Mighty Thor," "Star Wars," & More Marvel Comics On Sale February 17, 2016
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Comics and Hollywood meet with Collider Entertainment, an Image imprint overseen by Marc Guggenheim. We spoke about their first titles, overcoming the Hollywood stigma and more.
Which superhero was the first to fly? What is the secret origin of Mark Millar's "Wanted?" All of this plus - did the Comics Code lead to the creation of Warren Publishing's "Creepy" and "Eerie?"
The Bat-writers of the DC Universe gathered together to discuss the return of Bruce Wayne and announced Morrison's newest series featuring the Dark Knight--"Batman, Inc!"
Thursday’s U.S. premiere screenings of the two-part seaso"n finale of "Doctor Who" and the Season 2 premiere of "Being Human played to a packed house at Comi-Con International.
Dark Horse played to a packed room Friday at Comic-Con, as Gerard Way and Janet Evanovich led a panel that included a DH:HD tease, "Serenity" updates and a very personal appeal from publisher Mike Richardson.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a first look at the upcoming Cartoon Network series "Young Justice" featuring the YJ roster plus looks at Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and other DCU heroes.
At the end of "Second Coming," the future of mutantkind arrived in the form of five new mutants. In November, they take center stage in writer Kieron Gillen's new ongoing series "Generation Hope."
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR TV about his "Walking Dead" experiences so far, what it's like on the set of the upcoming zombie show, working with artist Charlie Adlard, his new Skybound imprint and more.
Marvel kicked off Friday at Comic-Con International with its X-Men panel. Matt Fraction, Daniel Way, Marjorie Liu, Rick Remender and more were on hand to announce new projects including "Generation Hope" and chat with fans.
CCI kicked off Thursday with a flurry of announcements, ranging from confirmation that Joss Whedon is directing "The Avengers" to an all-ages "Young Justice" comic to a "Strange Tales" sequel. Which one was your favorite?
In "Captain America: Man Out of Time," Mark Waid expands and updates the story of Cap's reawakening so that it now occurs in modern times. We spoke with Waid about the project. which kicks off in November.
Thor and Iron Man team up to foil the scientific and sorcerous experiment of a hyper intelligent adversary. We spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about "Iron Man/Thor."
Fans of Marvel's cosmic books should prepare for intergalactic action and arboreal mayhem when the Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning scripted "Rocket Raccoon & Groot" miniseries begins in January.
Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Carlos Pacheco kick off their "Ultimate Thor" miniseries. We spoke with Hickman about the November-launching project which reveals the origin of the titular character.
Award-winning illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz will take a stab at serial killer Dexter Morgan with an animated webseries based on the acclaimed Showtime drama. ROBOT 6 has more
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, July 28, including "Deadpool Team-Up" #891, "Franken-Castle" #19, "PunisherMAX" #9, "Uncanny X-Men" #526 and more.
Kevin Smith and the creative team behind the first volume of "Batman: The Widening Gyre" discussed the shocking ending of issue #6, working on the title thus far and teased next year's volume 2.
Summit Entertainment released the full theatrical trailer for their adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's Wildstorm miniseries "RED." The movie, starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and more opens October 15.
Oni Press and its film-production arm Closed on Mondays Entertainment have announced a first-look deal with CBS Television Studios to develop the publisher’s comics for TV. SPINOFF has the details.
Actor Dan Fogler joins with Archaia and a host of collaborators to launch "Moon Lake," a new anthological graphic novel that explores the more supernaturally scary and mind-bendingly hilarious side of comics.
Marvel officially announced "Strange Tales II" comprised of three giant-sized issues' worth of alternative, underground, indie, and web cartoonists putting their stamp on Marvel's characters. ROBOT 6 has details
Jennette Kahn, Paul Levitz, Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, and legendary creators Dennis O'Neil and Jerry Robinson reflected on the history of DC Comics at Comic-Con International.
"Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith spoke about the past and future of his projects, his inspiration for creating "Bone" and much more at the inaugural panel at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
SDCC special guests Van Jensen and Dusty Higgins talk to ROBOT 6 about the sequel to last year's hit graphic novel, "Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer" and share 11 exclusive pages from the new book.
BOOM! Studios announced its three Stan Lee-created titles during a press event at CCI. CBR was there to bring you the details, including comments from Lee's so-writers, Mark Waid, Paul Cornell and Chris Roberson.
ROBOT 6 is reporting that during DC Comics' Geoff Johns panel at Comic-Con International, the writer and executive revealed work has begun on a "hardcore violent" video game.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Zenescope's Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory about their new licensed series, what readers can expect from it, reaching out to the show's fanbase and more.
Fred Van Lente will give readers a new take on Marvel's classic buddy book withthe new "Power Man & Iron Fist." We spoke about the miniseries, which spins out of "Shadowland: Power Man."
The Mondo Marvel panel at Comic-Con International featured C.B. Cebulski, Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb and more announcing new projects including several Captain America series and "Rocket Raccoon and Groot."
Dark Horse announced today that "Mass Effect" head writer Mac Walters would return for another miniseries set in the sprawling sci-fi universe. We spoke with Walters about "Mass Effect: Evolution."
The DC CCO opens up about his writing, his ambitions for TV and film and, of course, Green Lantern at Comic-Con including news on a Suicide Squad video games, GL cartoons and more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio stopped by CBR TV at CCI to discuss a number of hot topics including his new position, Wonder Woman's new costume and direction, DC's new wave of talent and more.
Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Justin Greenwood spoke with CBR News about their newly announced Oni Press miniseries "Stringers," what it means for the future of "Resurrection" and more.
The first DC Comic-Con panel anchored by co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee takes the stage in San Diego covering the entire DC Universe, Vertigo, Johnny DC and much, much more!
Thursday morning at Comic-Con International in San Diego found BOOM! Studios CCO Mark Waid and Peter Krause discussing their superhero-gone-wrong series "Irredeemable" as well as "Incorruptible," starring a heroic villain.
"Tron Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski took time out from Comic-Con chaos to discuss his first creator-owned book coming out from Radical Publishing, "Oblivion," while also sharing his thoughts on comic book films.
Artist Mat Broome spoke with CBR News, discussing the unique process and challenges in developing his new combination comics and animation project "Defcon 2055: Patient Zero."
ROBOT 6 is reporting that scanlation giant One Manga has informed it's users that they will be removing their scans from the site, though their forums will continue to operate.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Secret Avengers" #3 by Ed Brubaker and Mike Deodato with a cover by Marko Djurdjevic, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
In the wake of Alan Moore's words on the future of the characters he created, DC Comics co-publisher spoke to CBR about his view of how to approach a "Watchmen" sequel and other "off limits" stories.