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The creator of "Crash Bandicoot," Jason Rubin, dropped by CBR TV to discuss writing comics, his serial-killer starring Top Cow miniseries "Mysterious Ways" with Tyler Kirkham and Francis Manapul and much more.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Flash" #10 3.5 stars, saying of Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "Flashpoint" lead-in tale, "the parts that work absolutely shine, and that makes it worth reading the comic, easily."
The popular artist of "The Flash" and "Adventrue Comics," Francis Manapul regaled fans with stories of his time on TV, offered advice to aspiring comic pros, revisited his professional beginnings and more.
As part of its massive "Flashpoint Friday" promotion, DC Comics today announced eight mini series and four one-shots including "Reverse Flash," "Green Arrow Industries," "Grodd of War" and much, much more.
It's the Boy of Steel versus the Fastest Boy Alive in DC Comics' preview for "Superboy" #5 as Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo detail the face-off between Teen Titans Superboy and Kid Flash! The race begins Wednesday, March 9.
DC Comics has released a preview of "The Flash" #9 by Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul, featuring covers by Manapul and Skott Kolins. On February 9, the Fastest Man Alive deals with "Brightest Day" while "Flashpoint" is on the horizon.
DC Comics artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, David Finch and Tony Daniel showed off their talent and answered questions during a special NYCC panel that allowed the audience to watch every step in the artistic process.
Dan DiDio led a DC Nation panel that included Chris Sprouse, Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, and more as they discussed events in "Batman" and "Brightest Day" and teased what may be Andy Kubert's next project.
Francis Manapul joined DAYBREAK to talk about, "The Flash" while teasing two new projects he'll be working on with writer J.T. Krul, as well as telling how he got involved in Syfy's new TV series, "Beast Legends."
DC Comics has released a preview for "The Flash" #3 written by Geoff Johns with art by Francis Manapul. The issue, which features the recently resurrected Captain Boomerang, is scheduled to hit stores next Wednesday, June 30.
DC Comics has released a preview for "The Flash" #2, featuring the next chapter of "Dastardly Death of the Rogues" by writer Geoff Johns and artist Francis Manapul, with a variant cover by Ryan Sook. The issue hits stores this Wednesday.
Timothy Callahan reviewed Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's "The Flash" #1, giving the issue 3.5 stars, calling the first new Barry Allen ongoing in decades "a faced-paced, dynamic relaunch...it's off to a nice start."
Incoming artist on "The Flash," Francis Manapul spoke with CBR News about what it takes to make the Fastest Man Alive move into the future visually, while Geoff Johns teased his mysterious epic "Flashpoint."
DC Comics' official blog, The Source, has unveiled an advance look at Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul's highly anticipated new series, "The Flash," releasing the first five pages of of the title's first issue set to debut April 14.
In the first of a two-part series speaking with the artists behind the forthcoming "The Flash," Manapul shares details about drawing Barry Allen instead of Wally West, shifting artistic gears for the new title, and more.
From the floor of Fan Expo Canada, Francis Manapul spoke with CBR about his work with Geoff Johns on “Adventure Comics,” and why he feels the title is tailor made for his style, sense and sensibility.
Rising star artist Francis Manapul is teaming with superstar writer Geoff Johns to relaunch the classic series, “Adventure Comics.” CBR News caught up with Manapul at home in Toronto to discuss the series.
Superstar writer Geoff Johns talks about Starman’s role in his announced “Adventure Comics” series, how it ties into his current LoSH work and about the book’s stunning art by Francis Manapul.
While Jim Shooter stands by his remarks about his departure from DC Comics, he said his comments about “Legion” artist Francis Manapul may have come off more “harshly than intended.”
Following news that DC's “Legion of Super-Heroes” will end with #50, writer Jim Shooter confirms he was fired from the book twice and shares what could have been for the title, including the introduction of a new Kryptonian.