Don't get your hopes up for a ride back to the Watchtower just yet -- we take a gander at MJ's 'do, get ready for a death in Kansas, discuss casting rumors and take a peek in on that new "Blade" TV show, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Updated With New Art & Creative Team Information. To ring in the new year, Marvel Comics has announced a second ongoing "Wolverine" series, entitled "Wolverine: Origins," which promises to reveal more about the past of everyone's favorite Canuck.
When it comes to mysterious monsters, few know them better than "Lost" writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who makes his Marvel debut with "Super-Skrull." CBR News caught up with the writer to learn more about his role in Marvel's "Annihilation" event and plans for "Lost."
"The Maxx" and "Batman: Secrets" creator Sam Kieth has signed an exclusive agreement with DC Comics, according to a release issued by the publisher today.
In part two of our in depth discussion with Mike Carey, the British scribe tells readers about his new line of novels, his upcoming film along with a major casting announcement, another Ultimate series he's lined up at Marvel and much more.
The question Robert gets every day is "How do I break into comics?" It's a question that's been answered before, but this time Robert gives it a try and the awful truth is ... well, come on inside to see how the easy question may have a rather harsh reality tied to it. Plus, preview art from "Marvel Zombies," "Ultimate X-Men" and more.
No movie going experience is complete without the coming attractions. In March, 2006 Tim Seeley keeps that in mind with "Hack/Slash: Trailers." CBR News spoke with Seeley about the book, which places slasher hunters Cassie Hack and Vlad in a number of wild and wacky situations.
It's an animation heavy day as we get a big website and Bryan Hitch talking about an Ultimate animated smackdown, while Supergirl goes back to the future, Tony Stark gets a project of his own and Marvel's Merry Mutants get technical.
Since his acclaimed launch of the "Lucifer" series at Vertigo, Mike Carey's star has been rising not only in the comic book industry, but in a number of creative media. In Part One of a Two Part interview, Carey spoke frankly about his time in comics and what his plans are with Marvel Comics.
In the first LYING IN THE GUTTERS of 2006, Rich has word of a war in Bludhaven, the current status of "Rom," the "NextWave" theme song, the plots to unpublished Alan Moore Awesome Universe projects revealed, the swipe file, some very questionable licensed product and more. Updated
In our final, and lengthy, conclusion to our 2005 review, the "Three Terrific" struggle with naming their favorite creators & comics, while also contemplating the new year. Find out who made the lists and which comics are must-reads.
The web is buzzing with the news that could be about the Last Son of Krypton, while Professor X foresees casket bringin' and slow song singin' in Westchester. You'll soon be able to bring anarchy into your own home, Eric Bana is feeling his strength being sapped, and much more for the first news summary of 2006.