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The latest collection of easter eggs from CSBG includes cameos from noted comic strip characters Hobbes, Popeye and more!
With $7.99 cover price, "The Amazing Spider-Man" #700 sold more than 200,000 copies to direct market! Interviews with Warren Ellis, Roger Langridge, Jeremy Whitley and more! Plus a look at the manga magazine "IKKI's" new webcomics site!
IDW Publishing has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in January 2013 including the "Mars Attacks" crossover, the latest "G.I. Joe," "Transformers" and more.
IDW's Chris Ryall opens up on the publisher's January "Mars Attacks" event, bringing in everyone from Popeye to KISS to Transformers to mix it up with the Topps aliens, sharing an exclusive look at the all-star variant covers.
IDW Publishing has released a series of teaser images featuring the "Mars Attacks" aliens invading some of its most popular titles in January, including "Ghostbusters," "Transformers," "Popeye" and more.
This week's candidates for CBR's Cover of the Week find Popeye and Wimpy in the ring, Mr. Sinister's army on the move, Redmond on the run, Ozymandias in meditation and Cliff Secord in repose.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Popeye" #3 by Roger Langridge and Tom Neely. Popeye gets Wimpy in the ring July 4.
IDW Publishing Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about the state of the publisher, long-running and new licenses, creator-owned comics and creator rights, and much more.
This go-around, The Goon goes corporate, The Twelve goes out with a bang, the New Deadwardians go to Whitechapel, the Man Without Fear goes back to the '70s (sort of) and Popeye goes full-on Kryptonian.
Does the world need more Popeye comics? ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco says the latest rendition of the character by Roger Langridge and Bruce Ozella, published by IDW, offers a strong case for them.
CBR News spoke exclusively with acclaimed cartoonist Roger Langridge about writing the April-debuting "Popeye," IDW Publishing's new series starring Segar's most famous creation.
Paul Pope spoke with CBR TV about his upcoming Legendary Comics projects, the "PuulpHope" art book and the new edition of "One-Trick Rip-Off," the status of "Battling Boy" and more.
Simon Kinberg to write a "First Class" sequel! "Smurfs" scribes tapped for "Popeye!" "Boilerplate" finds writers for a feature film! Also, Garrett Hedlund offered money for "Akira," and more.
Did Popeye really lead to a 33% increase in spinach consumption in the United States in the 1930s? Plus, legends involving the Comics Code, Superman and a young Geoffrey Johns!
Popeye and...abortion? Learn how the two almost came together 20 years ago and how it led to a cartoonist being fired. Plus, did a Batman comic inspire a notable British punk band?
IDW Publishing President Ted Adams and comics historian Craig Yoe spoke with CBR News about a new "Popeye" series, set to debut in 2012.
Was Donkey Kong originally a Popeye game? Did a decimal error really lead to Popeye using spinach for strength? And what's the link between Terry Austin and Popeye?
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks at six great comic book fight scenes that don't include superheroes -- but do include characters from "Scott Pilgrim," "Lone Wolf and Cub," "Hellboy" and more.
This week in COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, the true history of Superman's famous catchphrase -- specifically, the "American Way" portion -- plus secrets of the Legion's Shadow Lass and Popeye!
Has the "Green Lantern" logo been revealed? Is Chris Evans to be "Captain America? Will a "Scott Pilgrim" trailer appear before "Kick-Ass?" Also, "Popeye" to sail CGI seas and more.
"Popeye" returns as an all-CGI film from Sony. Avi Arad is set to produce the film which will be made by Sony Pictures Animation. Popeye stared in a long running series of animated shorts and a 1980 musical.
"Green Lantern" news from an unlikely source! "Iron Man 2" video of race cars and Whiplash! "Popeye" for animation! All this, plus "Surrogates" in review and more.
In accordance with E.U. copyright law, cartoonist Elzie Segar's beloved Popeye character will become public domain beginning January 1, 2009, making it legal for anyone to sell Popeye posters, T-shirts and new comics.