DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in July of 2005.
Top Cow has announced that artist Tyler Kirkham ("Darkness/ Superman," "Strykeforce") has signed a three-year exclusivity contract with Top Cow Publishing.
We've got fresh adamantium for the next Marvel mutant sequel, a certain fat cat is making a celluloid comeback, directors and billionaires are talking about the Last Son of Krypton, Ryan Reynolds has no intentions on screaming "Imperius Rex," and we've got more "Smallville" stuff than you can shake a meteor rock at to finish off the week.
In the Battle of the Bulge American forces had to contend with a surprise German onslaught and arctic like temperatures. In Image's "Common Foe," those same soldiers find themselves hunted by something ancient, evil, and ravenous. CBR News spoke with co-writer Shannon Denton for the latest.
The news and rumors are coming fast and furious out of Vancouver, er, Kansas, while Pyro and Magneto are getting quoted, we get some insights into the music behind Christopher Nolan's visions as well as some perspective from another man crafting Gotham City, animated script by animated script.
CBR's Jonah Weiland visited the Montreal set of the upcoming Warner Bros. film "The Fountain" last February and filed this report from the set including a quick chat with Hugh Jackman. Look for interviews with the production staff tomorrow on CBR.
This July sees the release of a new five-issue sci-fi series "The Surrogates." Written by newcomer Robert Venditti with art by Brett Weldele, this marks Top Shelf's first comics series. We spoke with the creators and Publisher Chris Staros to learn more about the series Staros says has great mainstream appeal.
It looks like the Robots in Disguise are going to be held at "Bay," while Jeph Loeb takes on Will Eisner's legendary work, Bryan Singer spills the beans about crash sites, Sir Ian McKellen fights age discrimination, Phoenix rises again, Clark Kent gets a prom date, Shaun of the Dead lobbies for Rorschach and much more.
Late this year sees the release of writer/director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain." This August, DC/Vertigo will release a graphic novel version by artist Kent Williams. During a recent set visit, CBR News spoke with Aronofsky and his writing partner Ari Handel about the upcoming graphic novel.
Steven checks in with step four of his "Creating Comics Step By Step" series, a bunch of reader e-mail, reviews of anime DVD's "Cromartie High School" & "Comic Party," plus a look at the "Sin City" movie as well as last year's "Puinsher." It's a busy Permanent Damage this week!