Two lovely ladies leap from Frank Miller's imagination and into the Comic Reel, while we check in with Clark Kent's teenaged home, dissect rumors straight outta Westchester, listen raptly to the newest Bruce Wayne, reveal the hidden Affleck and check in with Bryan Singer, starting the week off right.
As if being a teenager wasn't trouble enough Carmilla Black has to deal with guilt over her adopted parents' death, the effects of an unwanted super power and her megalomaniac birth mother. Black AKA The Scorpion is the star of a new arc of Marvel's "Amazing Fantasy." CBR News spoke with writer Fred Van Lente about the book. Includes an 11-page preview of #7.
The Image Comics series "Rex Mundi" returns later this year with new artist Jim Di Bartolo joining the crew on issue #14. CBR News caught up with Di Bartolo and series writer Arvid Nelson to discuss what's next.
This May the long war between G.I. Joe and Cobra comes to a conclusion, to be followed by "G.I. Joe: America's Elite," a new ongoing series from Devils Due. CBR News got an intelligence briefing from "G.I. Joe" editor Mark Powers on all things Joe, plus a whole transports worth of preview art.
It's a slow fade to the weekend with a release date for the gang from Cybertron, new secrets from Kansas' strangest town, idle chatter about Marvel's merry mutants and a rating for Bruce Wayne in the week's last look at links, lies and legends.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR News with a five-page lettered preview of the May debuting series "American Freakshow," written by Steve Niles with art by Chee.
Director Paul Greengrass gives his final word on adapting Alan Moore's superhero masterpiece, while Doctor Doom gives an interview, Lex Luthor's email gets hacked again, Ron Perlman is ready to suit up, we ride with Marv, Bruce Wayne and Johnny Blaze plus more rumors and recitations in the week's penultimate summary.
Creator Frank Cho goes from good girl art to tearing people apart with April's "Zombie King" from Image Comics. CBR News spoke with Cho about the series and got a look at some preview art.
This May sees the entrance into comics of New Line Cinema's horror films "Friday the 13th," "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." CBR News spoke with creators Brian Pulido, Jacen Burrows, Juan Jose Ryp, Mike Wolfer and Avatar Press EiC William Christensen to learn more about these books.