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Veteran writer Chuck Dixon spoke with CBR News about the various challenges and rewards he faced in adapting novelist Robert Jordan's popular fantasy epic, "Wheel of Time," from prose to sequential art.
With a new film on the horizon, the explosive action of "The A-Team" returns to comics in March, courtesy of IDW. CBR spoke with Chuck Dixon, writer of one of two biweekly miniseries, about his take on the classic '80s heroes.
"Winterworld," originally published by Eclipse Comics, returns in a new edition in January from IDW, complete with the previously-unpublished sequel. We spoke with Dixon about his story of survival in a frozen Earth.
Chuck Dixon takes the helm of Dynamite's new line with "Stargate Universe," based on the newnew SyFy series, while Brandon Jerwa and Doug Murray tackle the worlds of "SG1" and "Stargate Atlantis."
Pipeline goes Retro again this week to take a look at the earlier days of the modern Batgirl. Her original creators gave us a unique and fast-paced read nine years ago, and the stories still hold up. Plus, a podcast announcement.
Chuck Dixon and Spanish artist Esteve Polls ride into Dynamite for a new run with Sergio Leone's classic western trilogy in the new 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" ongoing series.
Legendary Batman artist Graham Nolan talks to CBR about his career in newspaper strips with "Rex Morgan, M.D." and "The Phantom," and his long awaited return to superheroes.
The classic G.I. JOE/COBRA conflict begins anew this month in IDW Publishing's “G.I. JOE” #0. CBR speaks with editor Andy Schmidt about what fans can expect from the line, and previews exclusive artwork by Gabriele Dell'Otto.
UPDATED! Chuck Dixon's next project following his controversial split with DC Comics will be an all-new G.I. Joe title from IDW Publishing, as part of a new line of Joe comics. Dixon spoke with CBR about "G.I. Joe."
This week: the strange and premature Internet death of Dan Didio and other fan pipe dreams; more adventures in the Old West; an end to mentors; and gobs of cultural and comics notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Augie likes what he sees in Millar & McNiven's “Wolverine.” Plus, what's going on with Chuck Dixon? What is with TokyoPop's new publishing format? How is DC Comics like Yahoo? And what is Valiant's marketing misstep. And a ton more.
Veteran writer Fabian Nicieza (“Trinity”) is the new writer on “Robin,” beginning with #175, the first “Batman R.I.P.” tie-in issue. Nicieza revealed what he could and shared his admiration for Tim Drake and Chuck Dixon.
Rich has the very first review of "Wanted" for you, plus conversations with star James McAvoy and director Timur Bekmambetov. Plus, the latest updates on Dixon being fired from DC, Platinum creators speak out, "Doctor Who" news and more.
"Robin" writer Chuck Dixon has announced he is no longer employed by DC Comics "in any capacity." The news comes just after Frank Tieri was announced as the writer of a two-issue story for Dixon's "Batman and the Outsiders."
Veteran Bat-book writer Chuck Dixon will pen a two-part arc for “Booster Gold” in issues #11 and #12, following the exit of co-writers Geoff Johns and Jeff Katz. We spoke with Dixon about the book, of which he is a huge fan.
Augie saw the big "Iron Man" movie this weekend and shares his movie-going experience with you. Also: a major announcement, a look at the revitalized "Robin" series and free comics that you can win!