What's Bagley's next assignment after "Ultimate Spider-Man?" And who's writing an arc on "Superman/Batman?" George Tramountanas files this report from Seattle with all sorts of news bits and notes.
Pepper Potts lip locks Tony Stark? That's right, plus, Ron Perlman gets a new pal, the Joker chimes in and Emile Hirsch gets new parents, plus Robots in Disguise, scoop on "Heroes," "Smallville" and more.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with advance looks at some of their newest titles shipping in April. Included is a full color preview of the return of Painkiller Jane.
Tony returns to CALLING MANGA ISLAND, CBR's manga review column. As Tony returns, he looks at two different editions of the wildly popular "Densha Otoko," AKA "Train Man," as well as Dark Horse's first manwha (Korean comics) offering, "Banya: The Explosive Deliver Man."
Rich takes a look at Bryan Talbot's "Alice in Sunderland" and likes what he sees, what's the status of Jim Shooter's Legion series at DC, Travis Charest explains why he's no longer working on "Dreamshifters," reaction to the new "Lone Wolf and Cub" sequel in Japan and much more!
Just because Clark's left you doesn't mean he's forgotten, plus Peter Parker gets more press, Sam Raimi delves back into horror and Danny Rand is stuck in development hell, plus more to close out your week in style.
Dynamite Entertainment announced today that they've reached an agreement to publish new series featuring the cult Eclipse Comics heroes.