Almost a year to the day after the last issue of "Kurt Busiek's Astro City" hit the stands, Busiek announced at Comic-Con International today that the acclaimed series will return to comic shops in February 2003.
'Hopeless Savages' creator Christine Norrie announces a new project that explores the subject of fidelity in February, 2003.
In this Real Audio interview we talk with writer Joe Casey. He discusses those that he writes like 'Kiss,' and 'Adventures of Superman' and shares his thoughts on a wide variety of topics affecting the industry. In addition to hearing Joe's comments you'll also get to hear him sing! Hear two tracks from his band's upcoming album. A CBR exclusive! Plus new pages from the upcoming 'Monolith.'
The latest news on William Tucci's 'Shi' film, more from Mike Allred's 'G-Men From Hell,' 'Hellboy' gets a movie poster and so can you, early 'X2' images, putting the rumors to bed on 'Batman vs. Superman' and much, much more.
In part two we examine the role the TPB and original graphic novel play in today's industry. 'Lucifer' writer Mike Carey, indie comic writer Jeff Limke ('Dungeons & Dragons) and Tokyopop's Steve Kleckner weigh in with their opinion and talk about the future of the 22 page comic.
The last in a series, looking at the nominees for the 2002 Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. Throughout our series, other nominees have thought Dylan Horrocks, creator of "Hicksville" and "Atlas" would take home the award, today's subject.
Part four in CBR's look at the 2002 Eisner Award nominees for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition. Today, it's Arthur Dela Cruz, of the mysterious (and machine gun release schedule) "Kissing Chaos."