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Prolific writer J. Michael Straczynski revealed more of his upcoming plans Saturday at WonderCon, including two new series for Image, DC work, upcoming film work, a new production company and more.
At WonderCon this weekend, Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan talked in depth about the return of "Demo" as well as film updates on "Demo," "Couriers" and much more.
This week, George talks with legendary artist Nick Cardy, one of DC Comics' true icons. Cardy was also one of the premiere film poster artists of the '70s and shares stories about his work on posters for "Star Wars," "Apocalypse Now," "Superman: The Movie" and much more.
Dave Sim is back for his second round of Q&A with readers on the CBR Forums today to talk about his new fashion-inspired project, "glamourpuss."
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Urban Monsters" #1, "Lazarus" #3, "The Circle" #4 and "Fearless" #4.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you more advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Black Panther Annual" #1, "Spider-Man: With Great Power..." #2, "Ultimate Spider-Man" #119 and more.
Sergio Aragones claims to be a poor speaker, but when his writing partner Mark Evanier is stranded in Los Angeles, he entertained with talk of Groo, Conan, Tarzan, and The Spirit.
Aaron Lopresti Interviews Terry Dodson on his career, his influences and upcoming work with Marvel and Humanoids
"DMZ" author Brian Wood steps into the WonderCon spotlight and talks about wrapping up plotlines in "Local" and spinning new ones for "Northlanders" and "The New York Four."
Popular L.A. crime novelist Gary Phillips returns to the scene of the crime with BOOM! Studios' upcoming crime book "High Rollers."
Writer/illustrator Terry Moore discusses the aftermath of the self-published saga "Strangers in Paradise," the birth of "Echo" and stepping into new assignments at Marvel.
Top Cow's presentation at WonderCon today included previews of a lot of their upcoming series and we've got a gallery of art from "The Darkness" by Dale Keown, "Witchblade" by Stjepan Sejic and much more!
Dark Horse announced print collections for "Achewood," "The K Chronicles" and "Wondermark" at WonderCon. CBR News spoke with editor Dave Land and "Achewood" creator Chris Onstad about the partnership.
After an apology for artist Michael Turner's first-ever absence from a scheduled convention appearance, Aspen Comics executive VP Frank Mastromauro sketched out the publisher's plans for 2008.
Saturday's Jack Kirby panel at WonderCon proved that, although the King is dead, he still reigns for many of today's creators.
A surprise appearance by Joe Michael Straczynski marked the biggest surprise of Saturday's DC Universe panel. But there's plenty more to discover as we approach "Final Crisis," and Didio, Busiek, Bagley, and co. were on hand to share.
CBR News received this morning from Marvel Comics an ominous image of Wolverine as a Skrull. The Greg Horn illustration ties into April's "Secret Invasion" event by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Francis Yu.
Discover another reason why Grant Morrison's "Flex Mentallo" is one of the most curious comics of all time in this tale of litigation, karma... and Emma Frost? Plus, legends of Wonder Man, Power Girl and the Human Fly!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Kick-Ass" #1, "X-Men: First Class" #9, "Daredevil" #105, "Thor" #6 and much more.
Fans at WonderCon this weekend can pick up a poster featuring art from Mark Millar and Tony Harris' upcoming Image Comics series "War Heroes," and we've got a first look at Harris' promo piece for the series.
One of this month's new features on "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" is "Jared," a story that Greek writer-artist Ilias Kyriazis describes as "Realit Bites" meets "Robotech." CBR News spoke with Kyriazis about his first American work.
Equating the Titans' Cyborg to the X-Men's Wolverine, writer Mark Sable says Victor Stone's own solo series is long overdue. That all changes this summer with the release of the six-issue miniseries "DC Special: Cyborg."
Mark Waid, Todd Dezago and Karl Kesel were great friends and collaborators of the late Mike Wieringo, and join CBR for an in-depth commentary of "Spider-Man Family" #7, a special tribute to the beloved artist.
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson hosted a lively panel at WonderCon Friday, covering the past and future of "Astro City."
At WonderCon in San Francisco, "Fables" creator Bill Willingham spoke candidly about his writing and art and teased a new "Fables" project.
With no talent rounded up yet for BOOM! Studios' upcoming Western project, the publisher's chief lawman, Mark Waid, answered questions and teased he may even take the reigns.
James Robinson on "Green Lantern/Green Arrow?" It's sounding likely. WonderCon's DC Nation panel held this and more readily discussed news as DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio led a lively discussion.
BOOM! Studios ran down the next six months worth of offerings, showing off cover art from "The Godfather Chronicles" and unveiled a unique tie-in with the upcoming Warhammer MMO.
After being involved in two weekly comics series, Keith Giffen's ready to take a break. Pulling on that experience, Keith offers up 36 bits of advice and lessons for "Trinity" creators Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley that should not be missed.
It's his first comics work since "Captain America and the Falcon," but is it a return? Christopher Priest talks with CBR News about his prose stories in Platinum's "Gunplay," what he's been doing with his time, and what's coming next.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at pages from "Captain America" #35 by Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting and Butch Guice, on sale next week.
CBR News speaks with "Dust" writer and film director mink about his new fantasy western "13 Chambers," the notion of "twistory," and an upcoming project with the legendary Yoshitaka Amano.
Four monsters embark on a road trip to Hollywood in Shadowline's "Urban Monsters," and the creators talk to CBR about what the American Dream means when you're not quite (or extremely not) human.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR brings you the entire first issue of "The Darkness" #1 by Phil Hester and Michael Broussard, relaunching the publisher's flagship title for a new era.
Things fall apart as Tony Stark is, apparently, stupid and Batman's more powerful than Darkseid as logic goes out the window this week.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of next week's "X-Men: Legacy" #208 by Mike Carey with artwork by John Romita, Jr. and Scott Eaton.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in May 2008, including the "PvP" 10th anniversary special, "Suburban Glamour" Vol. 1 and the final issue of "Scud, The Disposable Assassin."
Acclaimed "Sock Monkey" creator Tony Millionaire talks to CBR News about his newest Fantagraphics release, "The Maakies with the Wrinkled Knee," the sixth volume of his popular "Maakies" comic strips.
Hulkling finds out just how tense father and son reunions can be when he meets his dad, Captain Marvel, for the first time in "Young Avengers Presents" #2. CBR News spoke with writer Brian Reed about the issue.
Fan-favorite "Young Justice" penciller Todd Nauck invites CBR readers into his home studio to see where he creates his artwork for "Teen Titans Go!," "American Dream" and his creator-owned "Wildguard."