With "Fables" #50 due in just a couple of months, as well as a spin-off series and an original graphic novel on the way, the little universe Bill Willingham created is expanding quite a bit. CBR News sat down with Willingham for a long chat about where the series and it's related books are headed.
On March 23, a Judge ruled that the Jerry Siegel's heirs own the rights to the character of Superboy. How does this affect the character in the DCU? What could this mean for "Smallville?" CBR Legal Analyst Brian Cronin stops by with some thoughts.
Australians seem to think Thomas Jane is reloading, while So Cal residents grill Abe Sapien for the goods. Meanwhile, the fight for Superboy remains a big ol' mess and Xavier's students sell out.
With the trailer to the "Justice League Heroes" game released earlier this week, interest in the game has been heating up. We've got a look at two screenshots from the game that'll give you a better idea of what to expect.
Marvel Comics issued a release today updating fans on the health of Chris Claremont, who was recently overcome by exhaustion and cardiac stress while attending a conference in Italy.
Just two books make it home this week, with Warren Ellis twisting the past and Robert Kirkman enshrining it, plus tons of "Infinite Crisis" fallout and you wouldn't like Norrin Radd when he's angry ...
With his wife Nigh Perfect about to begin a two-week run as guest columnist, Paul preempts her inevitable efforts to embarrass him by embarrassing her first.
Marvel Comics has released previews for books shipping April 26th which include "Wolverine" #41, "Black Panther" #15 and "The Incredible Hulk" #94.
The writer that started it all for the Joes, Larry Hama, returns to the characters he knows so well this June in an all new three-issue limited series featuring the untold story of the very beginnings of G.I. Joe.
The 2006 Eisner Nominations have been announced and creators Chris Ware and Warren Ellis lead the pack with the most nominations.
Marvel Comics announced today that writer Peter David has been tapped to script the first seven issues of Stephen King's "Dark Tower" comic series.
Marvel's merry mutants are headed to France, while Daniel Clowes tells the tale behind the tale. We've got fresh fat felines and somebody's finny friend plus more in today's news summary.
Michael Alan Nelson has seen his life change rather dramatically in recent years. Discovering comics only six years ago, he's thrown himelf into the industry writing "War of the Worlds: Second Wave" and "X Isle" for Boom! Studios. We caught up with Nelson to learn more about his journey, plans for both books and more.