Erik shares the story of one of the most heart-breaking moments of his life-- 1991, when his house burned down. What was lost? What does he miss? How did it affect him? Come on in and find out.
Clark Kent better not be claustrophobic with what we find out today, while we check in on the BPRD, get a new look at Xavier's students, Arthur Curry's creator chimes in, plus news about "The Batman" and the original "Superman" movie.
Renowned creator Frank Miller will host a screening of the hit film "Sin City" in Berkley, California this Sunday to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Following their acquisition of the "Army of Darkness" license, Dynamite has announced they've acquired the license to the Sam Raimi helmed "Darkman" and plan to prouce comics based on the character.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with a look at pencils by Mike Deodato in "New Avengers" #17, his first issue on the series.
Boom! Studios has provided CBR News with ten pages of preview art from "Jeremiah Harm" by Keith Giffen & Alan Grant, with art by Real Lyra. The book is in stores today.
In the first of three articles, CBR News takes a look at the offerings from Voicebox Comics, comprised of vets Dan Jolley, Marie Croall and Brandon Jerwa. Today we talk with Croall about her horror graphic novel "Shelter."
You want reviews? We've got reviews. LOADS of them: "Jeremiah Harm," "The Exterminators," "Testament," "Alan Moore Spells It Out," "Good-bye Chunky Rice," "Love & Rockets" and many more! Plus, an eight page "Bob Violence" story from the past.
Activision has provided CBR News with a first look at screen images from the upcoming "X-Men: The Official Movie Game" (working title) video game. The game provides the back-story for the upcoming "X-Men: The Last Stand" motion picture.