DC Comics has provided CBR News with a look at the Ethan Van Sciver's variant cover to "Green Lantern" #9, in stores next month.
Take a first look at the animated Captain America and crew in action, find out who your newest finned friend will be, check out a possible Hero for Hire, and see which Oscar-winner wants to be the Clown Prince of Crime, plus much more in the week's first news summary.
Come inside and learn the true history of the Jewish Mafia and Murder Incorporated as told by writer Neil Kleid and artist Jake Allen in "Brownsville," from NBM Publishing. These guys make the Sopranos look like a bunch of wimps.
Rich brings you word of an long delayed Brian Wood project soon to be published, the State of the DC Union meeting, some online feuds, Rob Liefeld's review of the Image Comics Hardcover, more behind the scenes from "Wha' Huh...," the swipe file and more. Updated
The announcement of Virgin Comics came as a surprise to many, who see this high powered deal as a chance for greater exposure of the comic book medium. CBR spoke with chief architect Gotham Chopra to learn more. Includes loads of preview art.
Speakeasy Comics has announced a forthcoming comic book series from actress Rosario Dawson, whom comic book fans will undoubtedly remember from the film "Sin City."
Ron Perlman knows the story on the return of the BPRD, Reed and Sue are headed back to Canada, we peek in on Clark Kent in his younger and later days and find out why Michael Angelos is getting a big check in the week's last look at links, legends and lies.
Sir Richard Branson, the man responsible for the successful Virgin companies, has joined with Deepak Chopra, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur and Gotham Entertainment to form Virgin Comics and Animation. Their first offering will see release mid-year with Director John Woo attached.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a preview of Frank Tieri & Staz Johnson's "Underworld" #1, as well as pages from "Wolverine" #38 and "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" #2.
Marvel Comics has been touting their new "Nextwave" series and with positive response thus far, Marvel may have another hit ont heir hands. CBR News caught up with series editor Nick Lowe to learn more. Includes an exclusive first look at pages from issue #2.
Updated 1:00 PM Christian Bale reveals how he keeps that Batcave so fresh, while Castle Grayskull looks sorta deserted, Clark Kent isn't done quite yet and Frank Miller's all about the strippers. All that, plus much, much more.
This Spring, the Silver Surfer will face a number of immensely powerful threats that will lead to sweeping changes for the character. CBR News spoke with Keith Giffen, the writer of the four-issue "Silver Surfer" limited series that ties into Marvel's "Annihilation," about the character and what he has in store for him.
This February, writer J.C. Vaughn brings the story of two female private investigators from very different walks of life to comics in "Crime Scenes: A McCandless & Company Reader" from Century Comics.