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Augie buys Marvel's new Erik Larsen "Spider-Man: Sinister Six" collection purely out of nostalgia and asks: does it hold up, nearly 20 years later? Plus, can modern printing processes accurately recapture newsprint's charm?
This past weekend, the creative team behind Image Comics' upcoming jam-illustrated crossover spoke to fans about the process in crafting the comic book's unique look, while teasing what will happen after the series ends.
CBR kicks off our Boat Show series for CCI 2009 with an interview with Rob Liefeld and Erik Larsen as they talk about the highly anticipated series, "Image United."
Image Comics founder and Savage Dragon creator Erik Larsen goes in-depth about his long career in comic books, starting from his earliest fanzine work to his tenure as Publisher of Image and beyond.
Even the surprise return of Savage Dragon's arch-nemesis Overlord can't stop the green-skinned sentry from celebrating his 150th issue – can it? We spoke with creator Erik Larsen about the milestone issue.
CBR News received today the final ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it very clear that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
CBR News received today a second ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it very clear that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
CBR News received today an ominous teaser from Image Comics that makes it pretty plain that Overlord, the Savage Dragon's greatest enemy, is making a return to the pages of Erik Larsen's long-running series.
With classic issues of "Savage Dragon" available for free on MySpace, we check in with Erik Larsen to see why he thinks the social networking site is is so important to the comic book industry. His answer may surprise you.
Augie focuses on the Comeback Comic for 2009, "The Savage Dragon," and how his enthusiasm for the series has recently been jumpstarted in a big way. Also, he's taking a look through the front half of the latest 'Previews' catalog.
Erik Larsen dives into the story of 121 days told in 121 panels to prepare his signature character for a new beginning. CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about "Savage Dragon" #144.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week in finer comics stores everywhere, including an exclusive preview of "The Savage Dragon" #141 by Erik Larsen.
In a piece produced for a Chicago website, comics creator Erik Larsen became the first to depict Barack Obama in his new role as President Elect. In the one-page piece, Obama thanks the Savage Dragon for his support.
Robert Kirkman, Richard Starkings, Erik Larsen and Jimmy Palmiotti took the stage in Baltimore to share with fans upcoming Image developments, including Kirkman going monthly and Darwyn Cooke on "Madman."
In an exclusive interview, CBR News spoke with incoming Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson at length about his plans for the company in his new role.
Announced today, Image Comics Publisher Erik Larsen is stepping down and Eric Stephenson will move into his position. We spoke with Larsen about his decision in this exclusive interview.
This week, Erik Larsen shares his own memories of the recently departed Rory Root -- considered one of the great comics retailers and owner of Comic Relief: The Comic Bookstore -- and why his store is one of the finest in the nation.
A couple of week's back, Erik's friend Chris Eliopoulos says to him, "There's a lot of guys in this industry that are scared to meet you." Erik finds that to be a little odd and takes a moment to explain why you shouldn't be scared.
Erik Larsen starts out this week by asking “Did you hear the story about me wanting to reveal that Elektra was a Skrull?” Read on to see what he’s talking about and what he thinks about superhero comics today.
Augie attended the New York Comic Con over the weekend and files the first part of his report. Read about the crowds, the creators, local con theory, and more. Plus, read the show notes for last week's missing podcast.