This May, writer Eric Holmes and IDW bring Transformers fans the origin of that most evil of evil robots -- Megatron. CBR News talked to Holmes about the mini-series, and why some fans may find it controversial.
Debuting in the pages of Brian K. Vaughan's Runaways in 2005, the team of former teen heroes looking to kick their super hero addiction is back by popular demand in Loners #1.
Top Cow Productions has released a full-color preview of "Hunter-Killer" #12.
Following the book's release yesterday, Dark Horse will be going back to print on the much anticipated first issue of Buffy: Season 8.
Cletus McCoy is a truck driver just trying to deliver his goods, when his run is interrupted by a plague of monsters. Thus begins the action in "American Wasteland," a horror/western series by RD Hall, whom we spoke to about the series.
Writer Raven Gregory talks to CBR News about Zenescope's "Return to Wonderland."
The Fastest Man Alive races into the Buy Pile for the first time in years, leading a winning week punctuated by Nobles, divinities, mutants and reports.
Comments from the man putting words in Tony Stark's mouth, plus we may have a driver for the Mach 5, even without Silent Bob they wanna see Brit Reid, plus rumors for "The Man of Steel," "The Dark Knight" and more.
Dynamite Entertainment announced today they've obtained the license to produce comics based on the legendary Zorro property.
In a shocking development in American comics, prolific creators Keith Giffen and Shannon Denton have made – GASP – a space adventure comic for kids! CBR News met the team at their clubhouse to talk all things "ZAPT!"
Big Changes are in store for the reality hopping cast of the "Exiles." CBR News spoke with writer Chris Claremont about what he has in store for the book and got previews of issues #92 & #93.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping June, 2007. We've got the full list for ya.
The '68 Camaro is back as Doug Wagner and Brian Stelfreeze return to their series "The Ride" with a new mini this summer titled "Die Valkyrie." We spoke with both men to learn the latest.
More photos from Wizard World LA, including James Kyson Lee (Ando) and Zachary Qunito (Sylar) from "Heroes" battling it out, your favorite comic creators, costumed folk and more, plus a quick WWLA report.
Do religion and God have a place in comics? Steven tackles the subject in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE and his observations are probably a lot different than you would imagine.