With the hard cover collection of "Identity Crisis" now in bookstores, and the launch of "Infinite Crisis" only one week away, CBR News caught up with writer Brad Meltzer & artist Rags Morales to discuss the impact "Identity Crisis" has had.
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With Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale's "Catwoman: When in Rome" now on its third issue, we caught up with Loeb to take a look at the series, talk about its origins and more.
The creator of "Buffy" and writer of "Astonishing X-Men" Joss Whedon talks about the series, on writing comics and working with artist John Cassaday. Includes five preview pages from issue #4.
David Mack talks about his upcoming run on Marvel's "Daredevil" which will be followed up by work on his own "Kabuki" in early 2004.
Writer Jeph Loeb talks about his upcoming run on 'Batman,' on working with Jim Lee and shares his enthusiasm working on the television program 'Smallville.'
WizardWorld 2002 During a Marvel panel at Wizard World: Chicago, artist Georges Jeanty and Bill Rosemann discuss the new 'Weapon X' series launching in September.
WizardWorld 2002 David Mack returns to the 'Daredevil' universe next year with a new mini-series starring Maya Lopez AKA Echo, a character introduced in the 'Parts of a Hole' saga.
WizardWorld 2002 Marvel EIC discusses why many secret identities aren't sacred anymore, with some praise for those handling their coming out.
WizardWorld 2002 Mark Waid discusses his new Superman project, tentatively titled 'Birthright.' Dan Jurgens returns to Superman with 'Superman: Day of Doom.'
WizardWorld 2002 During a panel at Wizard World: Chicago, Joe Quesada takes questions from con goers and answers them all.
WizardWorld 2002 Two new projects from Brian Azzarello and Jill Thomspon will make their way to stores in 2003, one starring Sgt. Rock and another based on the 'Sandman' universe.
'Spider-Man: Blue' artist Tim Sale talks about his work on the mini-series with Jeph Loeb, what most insterests him about Spider-Man and how he changes his art for each project. He even weighs in on who he thinks was the better love for Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy or Mary Jane Watson. Updated with cover of 'Spider-Man: Blue #4.'