Rejoice! Torak the Slayer is born.
Look! Up in the sky! It's an amazingly hot actress! Plus Wolverine heads to Kansas, Reed Richards heads to cable, Tom Welling starts to wind down for the summer, plus more about Natalie Portman's hair, terrorists on MySpace and a "Batman" rumor that's down by "law."
The apocalypse may have turned the world into one nasty place, but that won't stop Santa from spreading Christmas cheer, even if it means doing it with a gun. That's "The Last Christmas," a six-issue series written by Brian Posehn & Gerard Duggan. CBR News spoke with the writers about their two fisted tale of yuletide action and humor.
Jason Pearson calls it a comeback in a big week of comics, including Keith Giffen teaching us how to really start an interstellar war, Marv Wolfman making sense of "Infinite Crisis," Daniel Way and Steve Dillon making sweet, sweet comics together and more!
The Ides of March has a certain fan favorite character crying, "don't call it a comeback!" Meanwhile, Will Smith loses his direction, Arthur Curry gets a new pal, Mark Steven Johnson speaks, plus news about "Green Lantern," "X-Men 3" and even something about a guy named Shang Chi ...
Marvel Comics has released a preview of "Marvel Zombies" #5, which ties into "Ultimate Fantastic Four," plus a look at the 2nd Printing Variant cover to issue #4 following its sell out.
The sell-outs for DC Comics continue, as they announced that both "Batman Annual" #25 and "Infinite Crisis: Secret Files." DC has also provided CBR News with the new covers, appearing on the reprint editions of both comics.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with a five-page preview of "Rocketo" #7, the first issue of the series from Image Comics.
Ten years after its cancellation, Disney's "Gargoyles" is still a fan favorite. This summer, a new comic series debuts from Slave Labor Publishing, written by series creator Greg Weisman. We spoke with Weisman about the series and also have an exclusive first look at art from the series.
In part two of our three part series looking at the creators of Superman, Stuart tells the story of what happens after Siegel & Shuster sold the rights to the character they created and how it almost runied their lives.