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"Titanium Rain" writer/artist Josh Finney gives CBR the details on his book, and how the traumatic experience of being shot added to the story's process. Plus: read the entire first issue online, now!
At the Archaia hosted panel in Long Beach, the publisher and LongBox provide some details and hints concerning big announcements fans can look forward to from digital comic book distribution side of the industry.
Archaia's panel at the Long Beach Comic-Con was an eventful one, full of news about "Mouse Guard," "Fraggle Rock," the company's new partnership with Before the Door Pictures, their Kindle graphic novel, "Tumor," and more
CBR News speaks with Tom Siddell, creator of the popular fantasy/adventure webcomic, "Gunnerkrigg Court," which is releasing it's second hardcover collection this November, courtesy of Archaia.
Jim McCann is penning his first OGN with artist Janet Lee at Archaia where they prepare readers for a forecast of cloudy with a chance of raining Dapper Men. CBR News spoke with McCann & Lee about their modern fairy tale.
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen hands off the reins of his critically acclaimed series to a few friends in a new four-issue anthology series from Archaia Studios Press.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the cover to Jim McCann and Janet Lee's new graphic novel, "The Return of the Dapper Men."
Writer Tom Pinchuk and artist Kate Glasheen recently spoke with CBR News about their new addition to classic Greek mythology. Plus, CBR presents an exclusive reprinting of the first issue in it's entirety!
Archaia's ongoing series deals with Hernan Cortez and the subjugation of an entire race as depicted by writer Matz in the French author's first work created specifically for an English-speaking audience.
“Days Missing” writers David Hine and Ian Edginton talk to CBR News about the Archaia series that asks the question, if you could erase a day of human history, would you do it? The writers also answer that question themselves.
The star of “Heroes” and “Star Trek,” Zachary Quinto talks to CBR TV about his role as producer of the Archaia titles “Mr. Murder is Dead” and “Lucid," as well as how his Comic-Con experience has changed since "Star Trek."
Writer David Rodriguez and artist Patrick McEvoy talk to CBR News about the series relaunch and the mythos of the Starkweather universe, where Templars and Witches fight an endless war with a young man caught in the middle.
Ryan Schifrin, Larry Hama and Adam Archer discuss Archaia’s newest title, "The Devil's Handshake," a 48-page one-shot the creators describe as a blend of Indiana Jones, James Bond, H.P. Lovecraft, and the Hardy Boys.
Chandra Free and Archaia release "The God Machine" from its box in October with a 48-page preview issue to be followed by a graphic novel in 2010. CBR spoke with Free about the story that's been 10 years in the making.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's "Tumor," the first original graphic novel to debut on the Kindle before print, has proven immensely popular, CBR News spoke with Fialkov about the project, published by Archaia.
The creator of the award-winning kids fantasy series 'Mouse Guard' tells all and teases the next three volumes of his ongoing opus during a spotlight panel at Comic-Con.
Representatives and creators from Archaia and the Jim Henson Company met with fans to discuss the comic book versions of "The Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" as well as "Mouse Guard," "Artesia" and more.
Archaia Comics and Roddenberry Productions team up to discuss their new project “Days Missing,” along with a small discussion on Archaia Comics’ titles “Titanium Rain” and “Starkweather Immortal.”
Archaia Studios has announced a partnership with Zachary Quinto to produce several new comic books developed by the "Heroes" and Star Trek" star's production company, Before the Door Pictures.
At long last, Archaia co-founder Mark Smylie's fantasy epic resumes this week with “Artesia Besieged” #3. CBR News caught up with Smylie, who writes and illustrates the book, about developments in the miniseries.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Artesia: Besieged" #3, "The Killer" #9 and the double-sized relaunch issue of "Robotika."
David Hine joins Phil Hester & Frazer Irving on "Days Missing" from Archaia & Roddenberry Productions. We spoke with Roddenberry's Trevor Roth and Archaia's Stephen Christy about the book.
The Jim Henson Company will produce comics based on its properties through a partnership with Archaia. CBR caught up with Henson's Joe LeFavi and Stephen Christy of Archaia to get more details on the deal.
The Nerdy Bird returns to WWPhilly to provide CBR with a fan's-eye-view of the show, including the Archaia Press panel, some Palmiotti and Conner fun and, of course, a Cosplayers Photo Parade.
The Jim Henson Company and Archaia Comics have announed a new partnership that will see publication of new comics and graphic novels based on titles like "Fraggle Rock," "The Dark Crystal," "Labyrinth," "Mirrormask" and more.
Coming back after a brief hiatus, the company formerly known as Archaia Studios Press shed some light on their upcoming projects, including a partnership with Roddenberry Studios.
Archaia & Roddenberry Productions' “Days Missing” is a about major events surgically excised from history. Each issue features a different creative team, with Phil Hester & Frazer Irving kicking things off. We spoke with Irving.
Archaia and creators Nick Tapalansky & Alex Eckman-Lawn bring back the Eagle-nominated zombie-noir series “Awakening” in two hardcover OGNs, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the entire first chapter.
Is the popular 1980s Jim Henson Productions series “Fraggle Rock” coming to comics? Based on a teaser that went out Thursday afternoon, it appears a new comic series will be published by Archaia later this year.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "Gene Roddenberry's Days Missing" #1, and the first news of the project's creative team: Phil Hester and Frazer Irving!
“Mouse Guard: Winter 1152” concludes this month with the long-awaited issue 6 from Archaia. CBR caught up with creator David Petersen to discuss the series, its Gaelic and Great Lakes influences, its unlikely heroes, its past and its future.
ASP returns to a full publishing schedule in June, following a year of restructuring. CBR News spoke with the Archaia staff for an update on when fans will see more "Mouse Guard," "The Killer" and more.