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More and more comic book writers are moonlighting in the video game industry. Is there a conspiracy? Come inside to find out as we talk with writers John Layman and Jimmy Palmiotti.
Tony Moore's made a name for himself illustrating titles like "Battle Pope," "The Walking Dead," "Fear Agent" and "The Exterminators." Now Tony takes us into his home studio and shows us where the body parts are stored -- no, really.
CBR News has obtained several full-color previews for some Marvel's most anticipated new issues shipping in February. Take an advance look at "Thunderbolts Presents Zemo" #, "Ultimate X-Men" #79 and more.
Dynamite Entertainment announce their first ever original graphic novel, Jim Starlin's "Kid Kosmos," featuring the return of his popular creation, the Cosmic Guard. CBR News has a full color preview of the new book.
CBR's John Mayo has the estimated sales stats for the Top 300 Comics and Top 100 trades in December, 2006. "Justice League of America" #4 leads the pack with an estimated 136,000+ copies sold.
For the first time ever, the National Book Award nominated a graphic novel, Gene Yang's "American Born Chinese." CBR News spoke with Yang about the book and what the nomination means.
New Marvel editor Steve Wacker is working on three of Marvel's biggest titles – "Civil War: The Return," "Silent War" and "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man" – and he chatted with CBR News about each one, with exclusive preview art for each book
Writer Adi Tantimedh and artist Hugo Petrus bring the world of comedy and SciFi together later this month in "La Muse," a book that will see both online serialization and real work publication.
Some exciting books hit shops this Wednesday from Marvel and we've got a last-minute look at four of them - "Civil War: The Return" #1, "Punisher War Journal" #3, "Silent War" #1 and "Wolverine" #50.
Marvel Comics held a press conference today with "Dark Tower" comics adaptation co-writer Robin Furth and several Marvel Editors, and CBR News was there.
Robert continues his chat with writer Peter David by taking about what happened at the end of his "Hulk," what's coming up in "X-Factor" and "Fallen Angel," on working on Stephen King's "Dark Tower" and much more.
Week Thirty-Seven is upon us as Booster Gold ... wait a second, isn't he dead? Well, not anymore! It's a big week as the whole story begins to get clearer. Justin has a full run down for you.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with previews of Wednesday, January 24th shipping titles "Drain" #2, "Elephantmen" #6, "Invincible" #38, "Low Orbit" Vol. 1 and "Sam Noir: Samurai Detective" Special Edition #1.
This week, everything you thought you knew is turned on its ear! Mark Waid: censored! Rob Liefeld: defeated by the Chaos Dimension! Lex Luthor: Vandal Savage??? Uncover these horrible truths and more in CBULR #86!
This April, Top Cow's top cop meets Marvel's most-wanted in the streets of New York City. Writer Ron Marz spoke to CBR News about the similarities and differences between the two vengeance seekers, and what fans can (and cannot) expect from the book.
Dynamite's apocalyptic "Raise The Dead" infests stores this March, and CBR News dug up authors Leah Moore and John Reppion to pick their brains about the zombie opus, plus exclusive preview pages from issue #1.
CBR News caught up with "Omega Flight" writer Mike Oeming to find out why the previously ongoing series is now a five-issue mini-series and what it means for the story he's cooked up.
This March, writer/director Guy Ritchie brings his unique take on crime to comics with "Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper" from Virgin. We spoke with writer Andy Diggle about this story of a groundskeeper who becomes the ultimate killer.
Michael Turner's "Fathom" returns in 2007, splashing down with an all-new mini-series.
Frank Frazetta's "Death Dealer" returns this April from Image Comics, and we've got a first look at the first six pages of issue #1 by writer Joshua Ortega and artist Nat Jones.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with solicitation text and images for products shipping in April 2007.
"Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach downloads his talents to Dynamite's "Classic Battlestar Galactica" universe with this February's "Cylon Apocalypse" mini-series. CBR News linked up with the writer and extracted the relevant information.
You know Mark Waid for his work on "52," "Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes" and the upcoming "Brave and the Bold." Now, Mark takes you behind the scenes to show you where he crafts those stories. Wait a second, is that the Batphone?
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with previews of Wednesday shipping books "Red Sonja: She-Devil With A Sword Annual" #1, "Highlander" #3 and "Classic Battlestar Galactica" #3.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping April, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
For the first time in ages, new "Star Trek" comics hit this Wednesday. We spoke with David Tischman about "Star Trek The Next Generation: The Space Between," got a huge preview of issue #1 & #2 and have exclusive news on which TV series gets the comics treatment next.
This month marks the second coming of Christ, in the pages of "Loaded Bible 2: Blood of Christ" CBR News spoke with Mike Norton, the artist tasked with depicting the books ongoing battle of Jesus vs. the undead.
Updated: Marvel Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at some of their most eagerly awaited new issues from series including "Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born," "Iron Man: Hypervelocity," and "Ghost Rider: Trail of Tears."
CBR News has obtained advance looks at two new issues from Dynamite Entertainment's hottest properties, "Battlestar Galactica" and "Xena."
While you know legendary creator Dave Cockrum from his work on the "X-Men," you may not know he designed many Aurora model kits in the '70s. CBR News is proud to present a 1995 interview with Cockrum by Anthony Taylor about his work for Aurora.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics shipping April, 2007 and we've got the full listing for ya.
In the first of a two part interview, Robert talks with Peter David about the early years of his career, what he thinks of his run on "Incredible Hulk" and the challenges of "Civil War" when writing a book like "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man."
The Main Man has a bad day, Lady Styx kicks some butt and Renee tries to help a friend -- all this and much more were seen in week 36 of "52" and Justin has all the details.
Can a storyline be retconned before it even concludes? Did John Romita, Sr and Dennis O'Neil create Optimus Prime? And how did the Superman radio show tick off the Ku Klux Klan!? The answers will surprise you in this week's edition of CBULR!
Writer Park Cooper talks to CBR News about the upcoming Dabel Brothers OGN "Half Dead," as well as what's ahead for Wicker Man Studios in 2007.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with five-page previews of titles shipping next week including "Liberty Meadows," "Iron Ghost" and "Girls."
We continue our chat with Matt Wagner about all things Grendel. In today's installment, we learn more about the new Grendel mini-series, "Behold the Devil, and the long lasting appeal of Hunter Rose.
CBR News in association with Atomic Comics presents the second part of our Q&A with leaders in the comic industry who look back on what took place in 2006 and what's to come in 2007.
Rich Bernatovech and Luciano Vecchio four year journey with the "Sentinels" OGN is about to come to an end. We spoke with both creators about the evolution in their work and what readers can expect witth "Sentinels Book 4: Hope"
With the 25th anniversary of "Grendel" upon us, Dark Horse is celebrating with a remastered hardcover of "Devil by the Deed" and the "Grendel Archive Edition." CBR News presents the first of our two part discussion with Matt Wagner on his history with the character.