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In an exclusive first interview, J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR why "Before Watchmen" is a good idea with or without Alan Moore and how he views Dr. Manhattan. Plus, a first look at Adam Hughes' art for the project.
Brian Azzarello, J. Michael Straczynski, original "Watchmen" editor Len Wein and colorist John Higgins and more team to tell more stories from the world of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons 1986 classic. UPDATED with Moore's reaction.
Augie opens up the new "John Romita's The Amazing Spider-Man" and talks of is newfound appreciation for the art at large size. Also, Alan Moore did a funny "Spawn" spin-off once that's worth a second look
The Savage Dragon creator discusses his epic creator-owned book, drawing Alan Moore scripts, the #200 issue of "Savage Dragon and the status of digital comics.
This week, learn the amazing story of what comic book character Alan Moore used as the basis for Rorschach's speech patterns! Plus, did DC almost do a Batman comic adapting "Hamlet?" Find out today!
Tim kicks off the new year with a new feature called "Before They Were Famous," putting the spotlight on 'The Saga of the Swamp Thing' #19 in a way you might not expect. Alan Moore may or may not be mentioned.
Alan Moore reacts to Frank Miller's recent remarks about Occupy movement! A report from Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival! Kieron Gillen talks Kickstarter and Indie Go Go! Plus much more!
Man finds $12,000 copy of "Amazing Fantasy" #15 in attic! Looking at 50 years of "Fantastic Four"! Alan Moore on his friendship with Harvey Pekar! Pulitzer Prize winner Mike Keefe accepts buyout! Plus more!
With the end of the semester in sight, Laura Sneddon returns to discuss her latest class assignment, reading the metafictional, autobiographical work of Eddie Campbell and Alan Moore in "The Birth Caul" and "Alec."
Advertising Age names DC among America's Hottest Brands! "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" now expected to turn a profit on Broadway! Alan Moore on the use of Guy Fawkes masks in protests! Plus much more!
The problems with, and need for, comics-sales analysis! "Habibi" among finalists for Prix De La Critique! Creators sell art to benefit sick child! Interviews with Alan Moore and Eduardo Risso! Plus more!
This week in digital comics, Marvel ups the download ante with Season One, Top Shelf takes Alan Moore and the "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" digital, Viz's "Shonen Jump" leaps into the future and more!
In this week's CBLR, learn the amazing story of how Alan Moore decided to let Marvel reprint his Captain Britain stories! Plus, legends involving Captain America, a showgirl and an ostrich!
Frank Quitely spoke at Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies course, bringing with him insight into the artistic process, anecdotes from his career and art from and commentary on his chapter of Grant Morrison's "Multiversity."
2000 AD/Rebellion has told CBR exclusively it has struck a deal with Barnes and Noble to fill the Alan Moore-sized hole left when the bookseller pulled DC Comics' Amazon digital-exclusive titles from its shelves.
Announced today at NYCC, Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios returns to Image Comics with new issues of "Youngblood," "Prophet," "Glory" and never before published Alan Moore "Supreme" stories.
Jason Aaron knows exactly Where the Hell he is as the writer discusses his recent trip to Avilés to attend a one-of-a-kind comics festival, drink and eat with fans and chat with Alan Moore's wife, Melinda Gebbie.
Legendary creator Dave Gibbons spoke with CBR TV about his new comic work on "Treatment," his feelings on whether the "Watchmen" characters should interact with DC Comics' 52 Universes and much more.
Tim takes a look at a few attempts to reclaim the past, from DC's Retroactive line to the latest installment of Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" series.
Celebrating twenty-five years of "Watchmen," artist Dave Gibbons, colorist John Higgins and editor Len Wein looked back on the seminal work at Comic-Con International.
Ron Marz asks - and answers - the age-old comics question regarding the importance of story and art, using Gibbons, Williiams and Kirby to prove that the two should work hand in hand.
Avatar Press announced a new "War Goddess" series and "Gravel" ongoing while fielding a Q&A session that addressed everything from Alan Moore's "Neonomicon" to Garth Ennis and Jamie Delano on new issues of "Crossed."
This week, learn the origin of how Alan Moore and Alan Davis came to work together on Captain Britain! Did Warren Ellis re-work an Excalibur story for an X-Men mini-series? Plus, Alan Moore's connection to... BJ and the Bear?
In the conclusion to our three-day 300th CBLR celebration, we look at how Alan Moore inadvertently yet dramatically changed the world of the X-Men forever! Plus, legends about Frank Quitely and Jack "The King" Kirby!
Jason Aaron rings in the new year with good wishes for friends and fans and a message for Alan Moore in response to the legendary writer's comments last year about the state of comics and talent level of modern creators.
As the clock ticks down on 2010, CBR ranks the top ten stories that had readers, retailers and creators buzzing from the past 12 months from DC's restructuring to the advent of a major legal digital marketplace and more!
In light of last week's news about the shuttering of Wildstorm, Tim takes a look back at all the goodness from the DC Comics imprint from over the years and lists the Twenty Best Wildstorm Comics of All Time.
The countdown of the most memorable moments in DC history as voted on by you, the fans, continues with moments from Alan Moore, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Marv Wolfman, Dave Gibbons, George Perez and more!
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, Avatar Press announced a relaunch date for "Lady Death," Alan Moore's potentially final graphic novel launches and more "Crossed" from Garth Ennis
Top Shelf Comics revealed art from Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's upcoming project, "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century." The latest chapter is scheduled for a 2011 release.
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.
Alan Moore, whose tumultuous relationship with DC Comics is legendary, claims the publisher offered this week to return the rights to his most famous creation -- in exchange for a concession. ROBOT 6 has the details.
In the second of our two part interview, Steve Bissette discussed "Tales of the Uncanny - N-Man & Friends: A Naut Comics History Vol. 1," spilled a little about the future of "Tyrant" and more.
In the first of an extensive two part interview, Steve Bissette spoke with CBR about "1963," what went wrong and why we'll never see it reprinted, what led to his retirement and return to comics and much more.
This week, learn just what was the deal with Iron Man having a nose on his armor for a year during the 1970s. Also, did Alan Moore come up with a major Star Wars term almost two decades before the films themselves?
At long last, the wait is over! Tim celebrates the end of 2009 by sharing his picks for the Top 10 Comics of the Decade, including celebrated works from Grant Morrison, Alan Moore, Chris Ware, Matt Fraction and many other creators.
This week: narrative as the key to the new graphic novel; suggested changes in Thanksgiving and what Steven's truly thankful for this year; plus Rex The Wonder Dog, who remembers the grassy knoll?, piracy foibles and the Comics Cover Challenge.
CBR News speaks with comic book legend, Alan Moore, about his latest project, an underground magazine entitled "Dodgem Logic," what he does when he's not writing comics, and more.
This week, Tim takes a good long look at the first volume of Alan Moore's "Absolute Promethea," talks about the collection's place in the Absolute pantheon, and revels in the astounding artwork of J. H. Williams III.
In Part Two of his look at Alan Moore's groundbreaking work on "Marvelman," Tim explores the Eclipse days, when the comic took a sharp turn toward the explicit and the superhero reached its logical conclusion.