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ROBOT 6's Tim O' Shea spoke with "Dapper Men" artist Janet K. Lee about hers and writer Jim McCann's new graphic novel, her unique approach to creating art for the project, her future projects and more.
As part and parcel of brand new indie production shingle Red Crown, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's Archaia graphic novel "Tumor" is on track for the Hollywood treatment by the director of "Nightmare On Elm Street."
Archaia hosted one of NYCC's craziest panels in a session which featured action figures, big announcements about their Black Label line and a brief lesson about how much trouble two men and one goat can cause.
Archaia E-i-C Stephen Christy spills on the recently announced upcoming anthology "BleedOut" featuring a plethora of creative talent that explores the consequences found in eliminating an everyday commodity.
Series creator David Petersen sat down with Joshua Dysart at the West Hollywood Book Fair to discuss the origins, influences and future of his Eisner Award-winning comic book, "Mouse Guard."
Writer Jim McCann stopped by CBR TV to discuss his ongoing Marvel series, "Hawkeye and Mockingbird," and his new creator-owned original graphic novel "The Return of the Dapper Men" published by Archaia.
In anticipation of October's release of Jim McCann's "Return of the Dapper Men" OGN featuring art by Janet Lee, Archaia has provided an exclusive look at a "Dapper" pin-up by artist Skottie Young.
Artist David Marquez gave CBR an inside look at his just-published Archaia graphic novel "Syndrome," guiding readers through the process used to draw the story of a serial killer and the scientific root of evil.
Archaia and the Jim Henson Company talked about upcoming titles including "The Dark Crystal," more "Fraggle Rock," and a comic adaptation of an unproduced Jim Henson screenplay at Comic-Con.
Archaia comics spotlighted writer Michael McMillian's new project "Lucid" at Comic-Con International. It's the first of two planned books with actor Zachary Quinto and Before the Door.
Archaia Comics announced the release of the second volume of the popular all ages series during CCI and Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy spoke with CBR about all the fun and friendly stories yet to come.
Archaia and the Jim Henson Company unite to tell a never-before-seen story written over 40 years ago by Jim Henson himself. We spoke with Lisa Henson and Stephen Christy about the book.
The French graphic novel by writer Matz and artist Luc Jacamon hits American audiences courtesy of Archaia Studios and Matz spoke with CBR News about bringing his futuristic war-based title to the U.S.
Actor Dan Fogler joins with Archaia and a host of collaborators to launch "Moon Lake," a new anthological graphic novel that explores the more supernaturally scary and mind-bendingly hilarious side of comics.
From the CBR TV vaults comes this previously unseen gem from last summer's CCI featuring actor Zachary Quinto taking over the show and interviewing Victor Quinaz and Michael McMillian about their Archaia titles.
Over at ROBOT 6, Michael May looks at Archaia and Roddenberry’s "Days Missing" series, and asks fans for suggestions of self-contained adventure stories.
In the first comics project from his Before The Door Pictures for Archaia, "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto enlists "True Blood" actor Michael McMillian for a spy-fi magic tale set in an alternate version of America.
“Robotika” creator Alex Sheikman gives CBR News a little perspective on what it’s like playing in David Petersen’s world of “Mouse Guard.” The first issue of Archaia's "Legends of the Guard" anthology series is on sale now.
Writer Leigh Dragoon and artist Jake Myler spoke with CBR News about channeling childhood memories of the beloved television series into the perfect Fraggle tale for Archaia's second "Fraggle Rock" issue.
At Chicago's C2E2, Archaia discussed their present and future in the digital world of comics and announced an all new brand extension banner. Black Label, specifically dedicated to Hollywood partnership titles.
Robot 6's Michael May takes you on a tour of what was to see and do at C2E2 on Saturday, including highlights from Archaia's presentation, the Women in Comics panel, and, of course, pictures of cosplayers.
Writers Daniel Quantz and R.J. Ryan talked with CBR about their new original graphic novel that explores the root of evil and explained how they prepared for their stroll into the criminal mind and the human condition.