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Incoming "Spawn" scribe Brian Wood discusses how he plans to approach the creator-owned icon and what to expect from Al Simmons' resurrection.
Brian Wood discusses his current projects, including "The Massive," reprints of "New York Four" & "Demo" and his upcoming "Rebels" series.
Dark Horse announced Brian Wood as the new "EVE Online" scribe, Paul Tobin & Gail Simone discussed "The Witcher," "Tomb Raider" & more at NYCC.
Dark Horse Comics announced writer Brian Wood will pilot the "EVE: Valkryie" miniseries, based on CCP Games' upcoming virtual reality game.
Brian Wood & Jonboy Meyers will chart a new course for the original Spawn in an anniversary issue covered by Greg Capullo.
Brian Wood and Greg Smallwood pick up as the new creative team in "Moon Knight" #7, delivering "an enjoyable, nearly definitive introduction to Moon Knight."
Brian Wood & Greg Smallwood take the torch from Ellis & Shalvey as they put Marc Spector in the middle of a blackout in Marvel's "Moon Knight" #7.
The mission is almost complete for Han, Luke and Leia until a droid bounty hunter blocks their way in Brian Wood & Carlos D'Anda's "Star Wars" #19.
CBR spoke to incoming writer Brian Wood about taking over Marvel Comics' "Moon Knight," which of Warren Ellis' ideas he plans to build on and more.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso comments on reports that "Fantastic Four" may be headed for hiatus, and what's in store for the Sorcerer Supreme.
Marvel has announced that writer Brian Wood and artist Greg Smallwood will follow Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey on "Moon Knight."
Princess Leia's wedding day has arrived -- and so has the Empire! Don't miss "Star Wars" #18 by Brian Wood and Stephane Crety, on sale June 11.
Mary is just trying to get to her destination, but the convoy comes under attack in Brian Wood & Danijel Zezelj's "The Massive" #23 from Dark Horse.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR has an exclusive first look at tomorrow's "Star Wars" #17 by Brian Wood and Stephane Crety. Beware, young Skywalker!
Marc Guggenheim will return to Marvel during his "Arrow" downtime, taking over the adjectiveless "X-Men" series with August's issue #18.
"The Massive" #22 from Brian Wood and Zezelj raises some questions on what Mary is up to as the Dark Horse Comics series pushes forward.
Brian Wood answers reader questions about the latest "X-Men" arc, which sees old foes resurrected from the grave. Plus, exclusive art!
Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's Vertigo series is in development at Syfy, with two former "Mad Men" writer-producers at the helm.
Writer Brian Wood has responded to artist Tess Fowler's allegations of misconduct at Comic-Con International in San Diego several years ago. UPDATED with new comments from Fowler.
Check out exclusive previews of Brian Wood & Terry Dodson's "X-Men" #7 and Brian Michael Bendis & Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #14, on sale 11/20!
Brian Wood discusses his recently-wrapped "Ultimate Comics X-Men" run and teases things to come for "X-Men." Plus, exclusive Terry Dodson art!
"The Song of Belit" begins Nov. 20, the final story in Brian Wood's "Conan the Barbarian" run, drawn by his "DMZ" partner Riccardo Burchielli.
The next arc of the Brian Wood-written "X-Men" features the all-new Sisterhood, in a story arc illustrated by Kris Anka titled "Ghosts."
The latest All-New Marvel NOW! teaser image promotes a "Resurrection" from the creative team of writer Brian Wood and artist Kris Anka.
Although "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #2 concludes the X-Men crossover event, the issue struggles with the weight of the story for a disappointing bookend.
Princess Leiah's stealth squadron takes on fire in this exclusive preview of Brian Wood and Carlos D'Anda's "Star Wars" #11, in stores Nov. 6.
Marvel presents a first look at Terry Dodson's interiors for Brian Wood's "X-Men" #7, as Lady Deathstrike returns November 11.
Wendy & Richard Pini, Brian Wood, Fred Van Lente, and Rafal Jaki of "The Witcher" discuss creating new worlds and embracing the fantastic at Dark Horse.
Marvel Comics kicked off New York Comic Con 2013 with the Amazing X-Men and Marvel Universe panel, bringing the latest news for the X-books and the greater Marvel U for All-New Marvel NOW!
Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics join forces to bring Conan the Barbarian and Red Sonja together in a crossover series written by Gail Simone and Brian Wood.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian Wood's "The Massive" #16. Pre-Crash hunting practices collide with post-Crash ideologies on October 23.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "X-Men" #6 by Brian Wood and David Lopez. "Battle of the Atom" continues 10/9 and Rachey Grey may be the X-Men's only hope!
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian Wood and Paul Azeceta's "Conan the Barbarian" #21. Conan and Bêlit run for their lives on October 16.
For the finale of his adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "Queen of the Black Coast," writer Brian Wood calls on "DMZ" partner Riccardo Burchielli to illustrate a lurid, violent farewell for "Conan." Plus, exclusive art.
Brian Wood talks to CBR about the upcoming final issue of "Mara" at Image Comics, concluding the story of a teenage sports star with super-powers transforming into a god and maybe blowing up Earth.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Star Wars" #10 by Brian Wood and Carlos D'Anda. Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles infiltrate an Imperial Destroyer Oct. 9!
"Star Wars" writer Brian Wood speaks with CBR News about his desire to bring a fresh take to familiar characters, introducing new faces and future developments of his Dark Horse Comics series.
"Battle of the Atom" continues in Brian Wood and David Lopez's "X-Men" #5 as the series "maintains its distinct quality and more" through Wood's writing and Lopez's art.
Writer Brian Wood answers this week's X-Position reader questions about his final arc of "Ultimate Comics X-Men" and what "Battle of the Atom" means for his fledgling "X-Men" ongoing.
"X-Men: Battle of the Atom" celebrates the 50th anniversary of the mutant team and CBR News spoke with editor Nick Lowe about the big events from the first two installments in the crossover.