Peter Segal takes wizards, boys and talking tigers seriously while Frank Castle doesn't need a recap, Mark Millar hangs like Hef, plus "The Dark Knight," "Heroes," and maybe a re/sequel for "300?"
This week: the strange and premature Internet death of Dan Didio and other fan pipe dreams; more adventures in the Old West; an end to mentors; and gobs of cultural and comics notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
"Final Crisis" escalates with a nightmarish vision of a DC Universe gone awry.
Ghost Rider has shifted style, but Jason Aaron's storyline maintains its focus and its entertaining tone.
Even if you skipped the previous five issues, Matt Fraction's entry is one you should check out.
DC and Midway have released a slew of new images from their upcoming fighting
game to go with the announcement of a joint SDCC panel hosted by Jimmy
Palmiotti and MK co-creator Ed Boon.
CBR talks to Gary Oldman about his role as Jim Gordon in "The Dark Knight."
Oldman discusses the challenges of his non-insane character, assumes blame
for some botched takes, and praises co-star Heath Ledger. SPOILER
Emmy-Winning writer/producer luminary Tom Fontana ("Oz," "Homicide") and
"Freaks and Geeks" writers Gabe Sachs & Jeff Judah to kick off Initial slate for
new Oni Press and 60Frames web venture.
New artist Nick Runge joins Brian Lynch on the official "Season 6" comic. Angel reunites the gang and defeats the bad guys - but what's Gunn's big plan?
In our third interview with the five writers of July's series of one-shots, "The Joker's
Asylum," CBR speaks with "Fathom" writer J.T. Krul about his leading roguee -
the one and only Poison Ivy.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Aspen
Showcase: Aspen Matthews" #1 by C.B. Cebulski & Talent Caldwell, as well as a
look at the publisher's offerings for WWC.
Image Comics has released covers and solicitation information for new books on
sale in September, including "Back to Brooklyn" #1, "Red Rocket 7," "The Art of
Marc Silvestri" and much more.