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25 years ago, John Byrne rebooted Superman. Today, Augie reviews "Superman" #1 and looks at the generational differences in comics storytelling. Plus, how Apple is like CCI, why "Jupiter’s Legacy" is unreadable, and more.
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" continues on June 26, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the Image Comics' series' second issue!
Greg McElhatton gives "Jupiter's Legacy" #1 by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely 4 stars, calling the issue "elegantly written and drawn" by the creative team, and "a book to be proud of."
Frank Quitely discusses his and Mark Millar's "Jupiter's Legacy," from its origins as a bar room pitch to settling into the world of creator-owned comics, designing the fashion for an entire planet and more.
CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely's highly-anticipated Millarworld project, "Jupiter's Legacy" #1. The series debuts April 24 from Image Comics.
In advance of their Image Comics superhero epic, Mark Millar and Frank Quitely share one final, exclusive look at the full cast of "Jupiter's Legacy" while preparing to buy fans in eight cities a celebratory drink.
Image Comics has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive first look at Dave Johnson’s variant cover for the debut issue of "Jupiter’s Legacy," the Wagnerian superhero saga from Mark Millar and Frank Quitely.
Describing it as a Wagnerian superhero saga, Mark Millar promises a comic event in he and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy," drawing inspiration from classic myths, Golden Age origins, King Kong and the end of America.
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely show off the first full pages from their upcoming Image epic "Jupiter's Legacy," taking readers from the discovery of super powers to modern battles full of psychic illusions.
Frank Quitely's character designs for Mark Millar's "Jupiter's Children" epic trilogy have been revealed, featuring a first look at the superpowered slackers and their responsible parents.
Frank Quietly spoke one-on-one with CBR News at MorrisonCon about drawing "Multiversity," "Jupiter's Children" and the various influences that make the artist uniquely Quitely.
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR at MorrisonCon about "Multiversity," an 8-issue multiple-Earth epic from DC Comics featuring Nazi Superman, the black Superman of Earth 23 and an Alan Moore-inspired Earth Charlton.
At MorrisonCon's "Third Millennium" panel, Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, Frank Quitely and Chris Burnham dished details on "Batman Incorporated," "Happy!" and "Multiversity."
At MorrisonCon in Las Vegas, Grant Morrison revealed more details of his much-anticipated DC series "Multiversity," confirmed for late-2013 release, and debuted art by Frank Quitely from "Pax Americana" #1.
This week brings the Comedian getting into the swing of things, Parker plotting a huge heist, more dead (and undead) than you can shake a stick at and the first issue of the Second Coming.
Mark Millar, Dave Gibbons, Frank Quitely and Nacho Vigalondo discuss Millarworld projects, going curse-free for "Jupiter's Children," Frank Miller's secret identity and a "Supercrooks" dream cast at Kapow Comic Convention.
Vertigo finally released Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's "Flex Mentallo" in hardcover, and CBR spoke exclusively to Morrison about Flex's secret origin, Muscle Mystery, and... the prequel?
Courtesy of Titan Magazine's "Star Wars Insider," CBR presents an exclusive look inside Frank Quitely's first "Star Wars" illustration from the new book "Star Wars Art: Comics" featuring a bloody Jedi bar brawl.
The superhero epic Mark Millar calls "my Star Wars" has a name as superstar artist Frank Quitely shares the first image from "Jupiter's Children."
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
Jorge Khoury spoke with some of the artists involved in the recently released "Star Wars Art: Comics," with Frank Quitely, Ryan Sook, Arthur Adams, Paul Pope and David Mandel explaining what "Star Wars" means to them.
Laura Sneddon takes a break from her Comic Studies course to attend Dundee Comics Day, featuring talks, advice and anecdotes by Frank Quitely, Cam Kennedy, John Wagner and more!
Frank Quitely spoke at Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies course, bringing with him insight into the artistic process, anecdotes from his career and art from and commentary on his chapter of Grant Morrison's "Multiversity."
Editor Bob Schreck assembles Mark Waid, Frank Quitely, Craig Thompson and more comic book luminaries to contribute to Image Comics' "CBLDF Liberty Annual 2011" with an EXCLUSIVE look at Waid and Jeff Lemire's story.
Superstar cover artists Frank Quitely, Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Francis Manapul, and Amy Reeder gave a packed Wondercon audience the inside scoop on what makes an attractive cover—and what doesn't.
Fans, exhibitors and pros give their opinion on last weekend's first Kapow! Comic Con, with Bryan Hitch, Lienil Francis Yu, Ian Churchill and more weighing in on the Mark Millar promoted show.
With fans happily returning for a second day of panels, presentations and news, Mark Millar's Kapow! did not disappoint with a special screening of "Super," exclusive word on new Millarworld projects and more.
Kapow Comic Con, the newest kid on the convention block, hit London this weekend. Organized by Mark Millar, who promised a San Diego experience over two days.
From a "Kick-Ass" spinoff starring fan favorite Hit-Girl to a Leinil Yu-drawn heist comic to mystery collaborations with big names like Dave Gibbons and Frank Quitely, Mark Millar tells CBR first his next year of plans for Millarworld.
Judd Winick, Amy Reeder and Frank Quitely were among the gathered DC Comics pros during the DC Icons panel at WonderCon to answer fan questions and tease coming developments in their respective DC projects.
Superstar artist Frank Quitely charmed fans and answered questions ranging from the beginnings of his career, working with Grant Morrison, potential extras for the "We3" and "Flex Mentallo" collections and much more.
ROBOT 6's newest contributor Matt Seneca casts an analytical eye over a three-panel sequence by acclaimed artist Frank Quitely in his story from 1995's "Dark Horse Presents" #92.
Acclaimed Scottish penciller Frank Quitely sat down with Douglas Wolk and a room full of fans at Emerald City Comicon to discuss his past, future, and the trademark qualities of his artwork.
Actor Anthony LaPaglia, who plays Lex Luthor in Warner Brothers Animation and DC Entertainment’s new “All Star Superman” animated feature, provides the introduction for this CBR-exclusive clip from the movie.
In the conclusion to our three-day 300th CBLR celebration, we look at how Alan Moore inadvertently yet dramatically changed the world of the X-Men forever! Plus, legends about Frank Quitely and Jack "The King" Kirby!
Comic Book Resources joins Warner Home Video and The Paley Center for Media in presenting the World Premiere of "All-Star Superman," the latest DC Universe Animated Original Movie.
Respect Films has provided CBR with a clip from "Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods" featuring the writer explaining the origins of Flex Mentallo and how the character is rooted in Morrison's childhood experiences.
Tim joins us for a special Wednesday installment of WHEN WORDS COLLIDE to discuss the recent news of a Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely "Flex Mentallo" hardcover and why it's such an important comic book series.