This is the final cover of the first ever CHERUB graphic novel!
The evil mega-corporation that controls the release of CHERUB books has yet to decide exactly when The Recruit - Graphic Novel is going to be released, but it will definitely be out by summer 2012.
Based on Robert Muchamore's 2004 classic, scripted by Ian Edginton and inked by John Aggs.
CHERUB News will bring you more artwork and a confirmed release date soon!
After extensive talks between the CHERUB news team and senior government officals, we can exclusively reveal that next year is going to be called "2012".
What's more, it's gonna be packed with three brand new Robert Muchamore books and the first ever CHERUB graphic novel!
Fans who made it to an event on the People's Republic tour came away with badges, pens, bookmarks and a bunch of other goodies.
What's more, the first person in the queue at each signing got a special mega CHERUB goodie pack and now we've got five of these packs to give away!
To enter the draw to win, all you have to do is correctly answer the question below and send your answer to: email@example.com
If you've read People's Republic you'll have met Ryan, Ethan, Ning and the rest of the new generation of CHERUB agents.
Now Ryan must travel deep into Kyrgyzstan to infiltrate the Aramov Clan, Ethan finds himself on the run in Africa, while Ning faces the toughest challenge of her life so far.
As always, the new CHERUB release will be accompanied by a massive tour and festival events. Summer 2012 may be a long way off, but we reckon you should put this one in your diary now!
The fifth Henderson's Boys adventure sees Marc Kilgour imprisoned in a brutal German labour camp and living on starvation rations.
Fearing that he'll be unable to survive the coming winter, he plots a daring escape with three bunkmates, but the plan goes horribly wrong...
What's more we've got a preview chapter online now!
Yep, One Shot Kill is the title of the 6th Henderson's Boys book and you read it here first!
After more than a year apart, Henderson's Espionage Research Unit B is reunited and on the hunt for one of Hitler's top secret victory weapons.
Blowing up the base where the weapon is being developed would be easy, but the allies want to get their hands on Hitler's technology and Henderson's team must train as snipers and pull off their latest mission with surgical precision.
What's coming next? E-books, movies, new websites, overseas tours, a new Robert Muchamore series, or perhaps even the long-rumoured range of CHERUB branded pineapples?
If we knew we'd have told you already, but CHERUB News will be back on the last Friday of October with all the latest news and competitions.
Yes, that really is Robert Muchamore sitting on the BBC Breakfast sofa in a pair of scruffy trainers talking about People's Republc (we think he looks like he's just rolled out of bed!).
Anyway, don't despair if you missed it because you can watch the full interview on the CHERUB youtube channel. CLICK HERE TO WATCH!
Which three names in the list below are NOT characters in the CHERUB series?
JAMES ADAMS, FU NING, SHERLOCK HOLMES, BRUCE NORRIS, AMY COLLINS, DORIS THE YUCCA PLANT, KYLE BLUEMAN, MERYL SPENCER, RYAN SHARMA, JUNIOR MOORE, SHAKEEL DAJANI, GEORGE SMILEY, GABRIELLE O'BRIEN, DR TERENCE McAFFERTY, ZARA ASKER, CALLUM REILLY, DAVE MOSS, DANA SMITH, MEATBALL, NORMAN LARGE, JAKE McEWEN, JOSHUA ASKER, SIMON COWELL, EWART ASKER, MAX BLACK.
Closing date 27/10/11. For full Terms and Conditions click HERE.
We've had some pretty meaty prizes over the past few months. Huge congrats to Rosie K (left) who won £1,000 in the CHERUB recruits competition.
Also big up to 'Write the Future,' winners, Joe S, Romany H and Charles H. Robert Muchamore says there won't be more writing competitions any time soon becuase it took him almost a week to read all 400 entries!
The latest CHERUB adventure hit bookstores with a bang on August 4th! Robert Muchamore signed thousands of copies around the UK and the first book of the new CHERUB series topped bestseller lists in the UK, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.
But what if you're still sitting on the fence, trying to decide whether CHERUB series two is worth a shot?
Everyone here at CHERUB News loves the new book, but we're hardly unbiased! However the Observer newspaper described it as a 'publishing phenomenon, The Daily Express said it was a 'page turner,' while the Financial Times said it was 'totally sick!'
Fans flooded Amazon with five-star reviews and members of the CHERUB forum reckoned they loved the new cast and rated the book as one of the best CHERUB adventures ever.
Author Robert Muchamore said, "I was scared that fans would snub me after I ditched James and the gang. But much to my relief fans seem to be loving the new book. Based on the reaction so far, I think Ryan and Ning's adventures could well continue beyond the three book Aramov Clan storyline!"