There are big changes in store for Frank Espinosa's "Rocketo." In 2006 the series moves to Image Comics and gets the trade paperback treatment in February. We spoke with Espinosa to find out why he's moved the series and what's coming next.
With Christmas only a few short days away, Augie looks at three more Christmas comics, including this year's Marvel and Image offerings. Plus, just so that he doesn't overload you with holiday cheer, Augie takes a look at the latest Asterix and Wolverine volumes.
Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping March, 2006.
Alan Moore's spandex-clad masterpiece has found its way home to its corporate masters, and director Paul Greengrass tells you why. Plus, we predict a riot in Vancouver, standing in for the mutant-covered streets of New York, Clark may not be the only alien in town, and Joss Whedon juggles responsibilities, all in today's news summary.
When the month of March, 2006, comes around, fans of Scott Kurtz can find two reasons to celebrate. Join us as we talk to him and the creative team on his latest project, "Truth, Justin & The American Way," in addition to chatting about "PvP" #25.
Time has little meaning for Vandal Savage but beginning in March, the malevolent Methuselah will learn that even his life can be irrevocably altered in a year. The effects of Savage's twelve month ordeal are chronicled in "JSA Classified" #10-13 and CBR spoke with writer Stuart Moore about this tale, which ties into DC Comics' "One Year Later" story line.
Which Wildstorm character gets their own solo title next year? Plus more "Degrassi" comic news, Adam Fortier discusses the challenges faced by Speakeasy, early "V For Vendetta" reviews, the return of the swipe file and much more.