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Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Amazing Spider-Man" #663 by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli. Featuring a cover by Frank Cho, Anti-Venom returns on June 1!
Co-creators Frank Cho and Doug Murray spoke with CBR News about their space-faring, sci-fi epic romp "50 Girls 50," a new Image Comics series drawn by Axel Medellin.
Wolverine and Cyclops are often at odds, but never more so than in this July's "X-Men: Schism" miniseries from writer Jason Aaron. Announced today at Wondercon, CBR spoke with Aaron about the book.
Image Comics has released advance previews for eight new titles debuting in June 2011, including the Skybound imprint's "Witch Doctor," Frank Cho's "50 Girls 50," Ron Marz and Lee Moder's "Shinku" and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at Mark Millar and Frank Cho's "Ultimate Comics New Ultimates" #4, hitting comic stores on Wednesday, October 13.
Jeph Loeb spoke with CBR TV at the recent C2E2 convention about keeping the identity of Red Hulk a secret, working on the mystery with Ed McGuinness, his Ultimate Universe titles, Arthur Adams, Frank Cho and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at "New Ultimates" #2 by Jeph Loeb and Frank Cho, on sale in May in comics stores everywhere.
Erik Larsen, Steven T. Seagle, Joe Casey, Richard Starkings, Frank Cho and Jonathan Ross met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the next batch of projects from Image Comics, and CBR was there.
Dynamite has provided CBR exclusively with the first issues of "Jungle Girl Season Two" and "Sherlock Holmes: The Trial of Sherlock Holmes." The hardcover collections of both series are available in stores today.
Jeph Loeb explains how he and Frank Cho's long-awaited continuation of the Ultimates saga will bring bigger action, more intense personal drama and a god- like threat to the Ultimate Universe.
Saturday in Baltimore, Image Comics and Frank Cho announced the 10 finalists for "50girls50," Kirkman discussed "The Walking Dead" and more from a host of Image creators.
Frank Cho gives CBR the skinny on his brand new Image series, "50Girl50," and how he and the series writer, Doug Murray, plans to discover new art talent to illustrate the book under his watchful eye.
"Captain America" #600 is all the rage this week, and Augie shares his opinions on Marvel's latest big media event. Does it live up to the hype? Also this week, Augie reviews Frank Cho's new art book, "Apes and Babes."
Creator, writer and illustrator Frank Cho discusses with CBR News the long- awaited hardcover collection of his early "Liberty Meadows" Sunday newspaper strips, courtesy of Image Comics.
This week's LitG features possible Marvel news by way of Wizard's solicitation text, some changes at Radical Comics, a Marvel Twitterfest, Cho after Kirby and pics from the Guinness record setting super hero charity run in Brighton.
Dynamite releases this week a new Red Sonja anniversary card set featuring art by Adam Hughes, Alex Ross, John Romita, Sr., Frank Cho, Jim Lee, Arthur Adams, Joseph Michael Linsner and more. Check out this preview.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an advance look at the publisher's solicitations for April, 2009, including new work by Ivan Brandon, Frank Cho and Bill Sienkiewicz, plus a new Frazetta Comics one-shot.
With the first deluxe hardcover volume of "Jungle Girl Season One" on sale now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Frank Cho series co-written by Doug Murray with art by Adriano Batista.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive look at Alex Ross cover sketches for "Masquerade," the next "Project Superpowers" spin-off miniseries.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Frank Cho's variant cover of "Hulk" #8. Written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Art Adams, the issue goes on sale November 26.
Beginning in November, a second season for the Dynamite series sees revelations to the prehistoric setting's crashes with modern times and armies of mer-people. Co-creator Frank Cho talks to CBR about "Jungle Girl."
It's a little late, but definitely worth the wait. What's next for Adi Granov, the Hulk Cho image you'll not see published, Mitch Breitweiser's next project, the future of "Nova," a report from the Joe Q drink-up in London and much more!