Image Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Marvel Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping October, 2003.
Acclaimed indie comic creator David Hahn of "Private Beach" teams up with the "American Century" writing team for DC/Vertigo's "Bite Club," a story of vampire mobsters in Miami, coming in 2004.
McFarlane's 10th Anniversary story done, Beland's 'True Story' happy ending: News Wrap for July 23, 2003
That Image Comics 10th Anniversary Hardcover is closer to being realized than ever before and Tom Beland shares a story of overwhelming loss and then overwhelming triumph.
Adam Kubert talks about his career path and passions at his spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
A year-long JLA miniseries by Joe Kelly is announced and various other creators, including Howard Chaykin, have their way with the JLA in the meantime in 2004. Plus more news from DC's super teams panel from Sunday at Comic-Con International.
News and notes from the final day of CCI, including a Tim Sale art book on the way, Gaiman talks Miracleman rights, Harms' next original graphic novel and breaking into the industry. UPDATED with a comment from Bill Willingham regarding Superman.
SAN DIEGO, DAY FOUR: Wonder Men: Rucka's DC exclusive, talks 'Wonder Woman,' Brubaker talks 'Catwoman'
DC Comics announced at CCI that writer Greg Rucka has signed an exclusive deal with the publisher, after which Rucka and Brubaker talked further about 'Wonder Woman,' 'Gotham Central' and 'Catwoman.'
Fan favorite artist Alex Ross talked about the upcoming 'JLA: Liberty and Justice' treasury sized book and 'DC Mythology: The Art of Alex Ross.'
SAN DIEGO, DAY THREE: Loeb/Sale Exclusive to DC, Announce Sequel to 'Long Halloween,' 'Dark Victory'
The bad news for Marvel Comics continues this weekend in San Diego, as DC Comics inks a deal at Comic-Con International making Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale exclusive creators for Marvel's Distinguished Competition.
'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' creator Joss Whedon talked about the current status of his various TV and film deals, plus updates on comics you'll be seeing from the author soon including a comic series based on Faith.
At Comic-Con on Saturday, Image Comics revealed what's coming from the publisher for 2003 including work from Mark Wheatley, Robert Kirkman, Jim Mahfood, Micah Harris and more.
Marvel talked to fans about plans coming up later this year, including news on 'Supreme Power,' 'Ultimate X-Men,' 'Daredevil,' 'Amazing Spider-Man' and more.