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In this exclusive video clip, superstar artist Bryan Hitch discusses the art of composition in comic books while talking about his new book, "Bryan Hitch's Ultimate Comics Studio."
The artist of "The Ultimates" and "Captain America: Reborn" pens a new book to show aspiring comic artists the ropes of the business and talks to CBR News about his own professional past, his artist development and his next Marvel book.
Marvel Comis has released an advance look at "Chaos War" #3 by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Khoi Pham with a cover by Bryan Hitch. The battle for the Marvel U gets epic on Wednesday, November 3.
Marvel has released an advance look at December's "Wolverine: The Best There Is" #1 by Charlie Huston and Juan Jose Ryp with covers by Bryan Hitch, Marko Djurdjevic and Gabriele Dell'Otto
Bryan Hitch draws an assemblage of heroes both classic and current from Hawkeye to Luke Cage to Gorilla Man, but will this reveal point towards a new super team or ongoing series?
"Captain America: Reborn" finds Steve Rogers unstuck in time, and CBR speaks with writer Ed Brubaker about his inspiration for that piece of the story, as well as what it's like to work with artists Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice.
“Captain America: Reborn” #1 answered questions about Steve Rogers' death, but introduced an larger mystery about his new life. Editor Tom Brevoort talks about the series and previews exclusive artwork.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you Bryan Hitch's cover for "Captain America: Reborn" #1. Written by Ed Brubaker with artwork by Hitch & Butch Guice with covers by Hitch, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, "Reborn" begins in July.
Steve Rogers returns this July in the pages of “Captain America: Reborn” by writer Ed Brubaker and artists Bryan Hitch & Butch Guice. CBR News spoke with editor Tom Brevoort about what fans can expect from the miniseries.
With "Captain America" #600 on sale now and the question of who will be the star of "Reborn" now answered, CBR sat down with Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada to talk about the ongoing saga of the Sentinel of Liberty.
Everyone remembers "The Authority." Augie looks back on the two years' worth of comics that preceded it this week, with Warren Ellis' "StormWatch." How does the series that made Ellis a star hold up, 12 years later? Pretty well.
Marvel Comics editor Nick Lowe and superstar "Fantastic Four" and "The Authority" illustrator Bryan Hitch met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss the artist's career and creative process.
Bryan Hitch reveals the name of his and Millar's upcoming creator-owned collaboration, teases storylines for the final issues of their "Fantastic Four" run, explains what aspect of his job he thinks he's the worst at and more.
CBR reported live from Saturday morning's Make Mine Marvel panel at the New York Comic Con. Among other announcements was the news that Marvel will be adapting Orson Scott Card's "Ender's Game."