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The "Demo" team of Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan will launch "Conan the Barbarian" as a new ongoing Dark Horse announced today at NYCC. We spoke with Wood about both Conan and his creator-owned series "The Massive."
In November, Nick Spencer and Becky Cloonan launch "Victor Von Doom," a miniseries chronicling a teenaged Doom's first attempt to free his mother's soul from Hell. We have the exclusive first interview.
Series creator Lee David Zlotoff, writer Tony Lee and artist Becky Cloonan force TV icon MacGyver to run the "Fugitive Gauntlet" from Image Comics next summer.
Chad Nevett returns with a 5 star review for "Demo" #6 by creators Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan saying of the entire series, "these...stories have been the highlights of whichever Wednesday they’ve come out on."
CBR spoke with the writer/creator of "DEMO" about the upcoming Vertigo miniseries, its entirely new cast of characters, recapturing his easygoing creative process with artist Becky Cloonan, and his feelings on creating a sequel.
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Nineties nostalgia and Korean rap collide in "K.G.B.," a new webcomic by Eisner winner Becky Cloonan and cartoonist Hwan Cho, who talked to CBR News about the epic story of the Korean rap group K.G.B.
Dark Horse has revealed that writer/rock star Gerard Way will be writing “Killjoys,” an original miniseries illustrated by Becky Cloonan. CBR News spoke with Way about his latest project.
Dark Horse has announced a new “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” one-shot, written by “Demo” artist Becky Cloonan and illustrated by “Last Call” creator Vasilis Lolos, as well as a new hardcover edition of "Pixu."
Four of indie comics' most popular and acclaimed creators, Gabriel Bá, Becky Cloonan, Vasilis Lolos and Fábio Moon talk to CBR News about "PIXU," their new self-published miniseries.
The trio that cleaned up at this year's Eisner Awards talk about their new Vertigo books and their buzzworthy collaborations with Brian Wood, Gerard Way, Mike Mignola - and each other
Brian Wood's indie hit "Demo" is returning to print courtesy of Vertigo, and the author talks in-depth with CBR News about the landmark title, offering new thoughts on the controversial final issue, and teases Vertigo's all-new "Demo Volume Two."