The sites are back at war over the hit CW series, while Josh Hartnett talks horror, Bumblebee takes a break, spies scoop Tim Story, and news on "Legion of Super-Heroes," "Hellboy's" animated future, "Blade" and how Heath Ledger will play the Joker.
This Wednesday, Brian K Vaughan and Niko Henrichon's tale of lions trapped in a chaotic and violent concrete jungle, "Pride of Baghdad," hits stores. CBR News got the scoop on the original graphic novel from Vaughan.
Dark Horse Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping December, 2006.
In 2007, the teen heroes of the Marvel U will see their numbers expand. Spinning out from "Runaways," "Loners" is a new mini-series featuring the members of "Excelsior," a self help team for teen superheroes. CBR News spoke with writer C.B. Cebulski about the series.
News out of Baltimore tonight confirms Marvel and the Dabel Brothers have entered into a new publishing agreement. We caught up with Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley for details.
Loads and loads of news out of Baltimore's retailer conference tonight includes Whedon on "Runaways," Spider-Man's black costume returns, titles spining out of "Annihilation" and much more.
The week passes muster -- barely -- with "Hero Squared," "Noble Causes" and some of the very few books Marvel managed to get out, but it's not pretty.
It's a busy week as Rich has an update on the Dabels/Marvel deal, questions about the origin of Pat Lee's "Cyberforce" art, possibly stolen comics end up on eBay, the "Truth" from big tobacco, the swipe file and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Joe Quesada and Tom Brevoort stopped off at the Baltimore Comic-Con with hints of things to come. Covered at the panel was the status of "Ultimates" 3 and 4, Joss Whedon with post-"Astonishing X-Men" work, Quesada's most sought-after authors and much more.