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Has DC Comics' "Manhunter" found a new lease on life? CBR's own Rich Johnston has the news.
This April, the Human Rocket blasts off into his own ongoing series when "Nova" #1 hits stores. CBR News spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the series.
Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber return in late 2007 to the series that began in 1998 with their third series, "Whiteout: Thaw." CBR News spoke with both creators at length about their plans.
This June another war erupts in the Marvel U. This time it's the heroes versus just one guy, but he's big, angry and gamma powered. CBR News begins its spotlight on "World War Hulk" by chatting with Editor Mark Paniccia.
This July, a group of strangers will gather in the City of Angels and get a second chance to do something extraordinary. This is the premise of "Champions," a new ongoing Marvel series and we got the scoop from writer Matt Fraction.
In part two of our spotlight on "Champions," CBR News speaks with artist Barry Kitson about depicting the Marvel U's newest group of heroes and his new exclusive deal with Marvel.
At the first Marvel panel of the 2007 New York Comic Con, Joe Quesada spills the beans about "World War Hulk," with panelists Greg Pak, Christos Gage, Frank Tieri, Dan Slott, Bill Rosemann, Mark Paniccia and Jim McCann.
"Civil War" will continue to impact the Marvel Universe, as revealed today at the New York Comic Con. Come in to find out why everyone's buzzing about the plans!
While no major new announcements were made during the Vertigo panel at NYCC, the large group of creators ran down their plans for the coming year and, well, there was a bit of an incident.
At DC's first panel of the 2007 convention season, Executive Editor Dan Didio lead a discussion about all things DC, with an emphasis on "Countdown," the upcoming follow-up to "52." Didio shared the stage with Jan Jones, Bob Wayne, Mike Marts, Keith Giffen and Paul Dini.
Celebrating some major milestones, Viz Media had a lot to share with fans and we're back with a full report.
From "Babylon 5" to "Rising Stars" to "Thor," writer JMS spoke about everything at NYCC. We've got a full report from his panel.
Image Comics has released images and solicitation text for new books shipping next week, 02/28. Included are looks at the new "True Story, Swear To God," "The Walking Dead," and more.
With the final volume of the self-published indy superhero book "Sentinels" in stores, writer Rich Bernatovech and artist Luciano Vecchio stop by with a little commentary on their work in this issue.
We're back with a new STUDIO TOUR, this time featuring Mark Millar and his home studio. You'll get to see where he wrote "Civil War" and see things you never expected-- like his underwear.
Wes Green certain has his hands fulls. He's a writer, publisher and Web comics entrepreneur and we spoke with him about Ambrosia Publishing and Ambrosia DigiComics, a new webcomics hosting service.
Wolverine #50 marked the opening bell in Wolverine and Sabretooth's latest duel and eager fans flocked to the book causing the issue to sell out. CBR News spoke with the book's artist Simone Bianchi about his work on "Wolverine."
This weekend at the New York Comic Con, MySpace hosts the first ever Mystery Panel, featuring three secret guests, each a top creator. Who are they? CBR News has the exclusive first clue.
Check out CBR's advance previews of "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #4," "New Battlestar Galactica" #6, and "Highlander" #4, all shipping this week from Dynamite Entertainment.
"30 Days of Night" writer Dan Wickline talks to CBR News about his upcoming mystery mini-series "Unravel," from Shadowline and Image Comics.
CBR News has for you an advance look at "Civil War" #7, the finale of Marvel Comics' massive crossover event. Included in this preview are images exclusive to CBR.
"The Boys" have been making a lot of noise lately. With a change in publisher for the graphic Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson series, we caught up with Robertson to learn more about what happened and what the future holds.
Writer Antony Johnston and Oni Press have provided us with a preview of "Wasteland" #7. This issue of the post-apocalyptic series is a stand alone issue, perfect for new readers, featuring art by Carla Speed McNeil.
Villains of unimaginable evil are all around us and writer Mike Bullock is shedding the light on some very real atrocities in "The Phantom." Come inside and learn how you can be a hero by supporting this powerful tale.
High school can be hellish but this May four teenage outcasts all with the same name decide to do something about it in the OGN "The PLAIN Janes." CBR News spoke with Cecil Castellucci and got a preview.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of comics shipping this Wednesday, 2/21 -- "Brit" Vol. 1, "Impaler" #3, "Invincible" #39, "Elephantmen" #7, "Girls" #22 and "Jack Staff" #13.
Robert offers up a special convention edition of Reflections, as he runs down some of his favorite convention experiences ever -- including a wild story of the lengths he went to to get into a Joss Whedon panel once.
On his MySpace page, writer Allan Heinberg shed some light on the conclusion of his "Wonder Woman" arc and what surprises are in store for fans.
Scott Meaney files the second of his extensive two part report on the goings on at Toy Fair, 2007. This time he takes a look at offerings from Underground Toys, Shocker Toys, Stikfas, Wizkids, Bif Bang Pow! and much more.
It's week 41 of "52" with Adam and Starfire feeling the fear, a visit to Haven and an Amazon Princess makes an appearance. Justin has all the details.
Scott Meaney files the first of his extensive two part report on the goings on at Toy Fair, 2007. First up, it's a look at offerings from Lego, Sideshow, Corgi, McFarlane Toys, Attakus and a host of Spidey stuff.
Find out which hero ceased to appear in his own series, what comic was created due only to the rumors of its creation, and if a Marvel comic really did feature just two lines of dialogue ending in periods!?
"You're a Good Man, John Stuart Mill" is the latest chapter in the award winning "Action Philosophers" series by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey. Debuting at the New York Comic Con, CBR offers a digital preview with introduction by Van Lente.
Mice with axes and swords? It's not just Disney's worst nightmare, it's one of the most acclaimed books of 2006 – "Mouse Guard." We spoke with creator David Petersen.
One of the biggest critical hits of 2006, "DMZ" returns with Vol. 2, "Body of a Journalist." Creator Brian Wood talks to CBR News about the political series that sees a NYC in the midst of a second Civil War.
Social networking giant MySpace launched the MySpace Comic Books profile, which comes with loads of special features and exclusives like the "Buffy Changed My Life" contest and the NY Comic Con Mystery Panel.
This April, you'll be delighted by the stories of Ivy and Sprout, woodland creatures living together in a treehoue in Korgi Hollow and the adventures they get into. We spoke with Christian Slade about the series.
Earlier this week, DC Direct showed off their latest selection of toys and busts to come and CBR News was on the scene to get all the details.
Writer/Artist Jim Valentino returns to his underground roots this May when the first collection of his all-new autobiographical comics hit stands in "Drawing From Life."
Today CBR News concludes its spotlight on the new "Hack/Slash" ongoing series, beginning this May, by chatting with the artist rendering all the chuckles and chopped off body parts, Emily Stone.