Robots in disguise are coming, maybe sooner than you think, while the Spartans catch a Meteor, Brett Ratner rocks the remix, Lightning Lad speaks, plus news on "Blade," "Aquaman," "V For Vendetta," "Smallville" and much more.
This July, evil doers just might find themselves living out the AC/DC song "Highway to Hell" because the Spirit of Vengeance, Ghost Rider, is back on the road. We caught up with series writer Daniel Way to learn more about the new ongoing "Ghost Rider" series.
In the second part of our spotlight on writer Ron Marz, the scribe discusses his blossoming career at Top Cow and provides some insight on his current projects.
The Man of Tomorrow is looking to book up an entire calendar year, while The Cryptic Man heads to CBS and David Lloyd talks to a fansite, all in today's lean look at links, legends and lies.
One of the highpoints at Marvel's "Civil War" panel at the NYCC was the debut of the "Civil War" teaser trailer. Marvel Comics has provided CBR News with the trailer for those who were unable to attend the show, as well as the Michael Turner variant cover to issue #2.
In part one of a two part interview, Ron Marz talks about "Ion," his DC Comics series focusing on the man who made him famous, Kyle Rayner. CBR News spoke to Marz about why readers should check out the series and why it won't be just another Green Lantern book.
The brutal, relentless but always direct reviews column from Hannibal Tabu makes its debut at CBR, with Warren Ellis showing up for the job, Bill Willingham gets tender and Grant Morrison comes close.
Waiting on tenterhooks for the arrival of Torak the Slayer, Paul recounts more of his favorite injuries.
"SOCOM: SEAL Team Seven" lands in shops today from Image. We caught up with first time comic writer M. Zachary Sherman for an update as well as a 13-page preview of the graphic novel, which follows a group of Navy SEALs investigating the mysterious sinking of a nuclear submarine, complicated by a conflict with the Kingdom of Atlantis.
Looking and listening even closer to the dystopian future England, while taking horror and romance to Paramount, getting extra homework from Xavier's, getting two kinds of heroic on TV, plus, news about "Smallville" and Neil Gaiman.