Ron Marz talks to CBR about "Dragon Prince," the story of an Asian-American
teen whose life is transformed when he discovers he's the last of a race of
shapeshifting dragons -- and he's being hunted.
With the second half of the Spider-Man arc kicking off this week, CBR News
spoke with writer Dan Slott about some of the surprises and explosive action yet
to come in "New Ways To Die."
Could the Thunder God have really, finally found direction? We wonder while
sitting down with Tim Kring, poking a hole in that Penguin rumor plus "The Brave
and The Bold," "TMNT" and more.
"Dragon Prince," from Ron Marz and Lee Moder, follows the trials and tribulations of 14-year-old Aaron Chiang. Aaron's mother, April, writes novels about dragons, which Aaron didn't really think twice about. Until now.
Tim Kring, the creator and executive producer of NBC's fan-favorite show,
"Heroes," talks about the new season, "Volume Three: Villains," the casualties of
the Writers Strike and his role in Zachary Quinto becoming Spock.
"Forgotten" continues on as Manhunter finds herself in the middle of a massive operation that has drawn the interest of both the Suicide Squad and the Birds of Prey.
Marc Andreyko talks to CBR about returning to "Manhunter" after a year away
how successful it has been. The writer also teases upcoming storylines, shares
his proudest moments, and hypes his new Wildstorm series.
July was another strong month for Marvel, who took four of the top five comics and
accounted for 48.47% of the total units sold for the top 300 comics. DC accounted
for 34.52% of the units with only two items in the top ten.