Narwain Publishing has announced a slew of new superhero titles to come from the publish next year, with contributions from the likes of Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Rick Leonardi, Bryan Talbot, B. Clay Moore and others involved.
We take an in-depth look at some Viggo-tastic images, check back in for new students at Westchester, head south of the border for a backorder, sit down with possibly the tallest man in animation, "Joke" around in Gotham and trade quips with Joss Whedon in today's news summary.
With the new "Elk's Run Bumper Edition" coming out in just a few weeks from Speakeasy, we caught up with creator Joshua Hale Fialkov to update readers on what the books about and what its future looks like, plus word on his next project, a story in "Fused Tales" from Boom! Studios.
The biggest spoiler on the new film yet, plus animated looks at Bruce and Reed, a waterlogged Brandon Routh, Deadman coming to Cartoon Network, Al Gough making the rounds and more in the week's first look at links, legends and lies.
That small, rural town may seem nice, but lurking just beneath that quaint exterior are secrets, lies, and unspeakable horrors. This November Josh Howard takes readers to one such town in the mini-series "Black Harvest," described as a cross between "The X-Files" and "Smallville." CBR News spoke with Howard about the series.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in December of 2005.
Rich takes a further look at the changes to Diamond's New Publisher terms, Chris Weston does the Rockstar (art) thing and talks about it, the unlikely inker who's being stolen from, John Bryne vs. Wikipedia, a guide to Morrison's "Seven Soldiers" mini's and much more.