It started as a Web comic, but now the real world of comics are treated to an appearance by the humor filled series "Butternutsquash" from Speakeasy Comics. Creators Ramon Perez and Rob Coughler sat down with CBR News to discuss the series.
We take a look at one of Spidey's new playpals, check in under the sea with Michael Turner, get animated with Mike Mignola, resurrect Michael Clarke Duncan, plus we take a look at "Ultimate Avengers," "Superman Returns," "Painkiller Jane," "X-Men 3" and so much more.
This January, Warren Ellis returns to the world of horror comics with the three-issue series "Blackgas" from Avatar Press. We sat down for a chat with Ellis to see what his plans are young Tyler & Soo, who are trapped on an island where the local citizens have all turned into zombies. Updated with additional cover images.
Popular French creator Jean-David Morvan to write a Wolverine story, news on DC's new "Confidential" titles, the "Captain America" series that was to be (and still might be in the future), TokyoPop's MangaPod drama, the challenges of selling comics in the U.S. south and much more.
Following "House of M," life for mutants in the Marvel U became much more frightening. As part of the "Decimation" story line, David Hine brings two perspectives to the Post "House of M" world. In "Son of M," readers see the world through the eyes of a single mutant, while "X-Men: The 198" shows readers the world through a group perspective.
It's a slow news day chock full of Metropolis-minded goodness as we get spoilers from the hit WB series, get info on a free screening in Michigan and take a big, big look at Brandon Routh all in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Aron Lusen may be better known as part of the coloring studio Liquid!, but later this month you'll know him better as the creator of "Dead Samurai." With dynamic visuals, Lusen tells the story of one former Samurai who returns home only to find the local samurai showing up dead.