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Tim takes a look at the script for Garth Ennis' "The Shadow" #1 from Dynamite and provides a spoiler-free review of the opening issue along with some reflections on the influence of Howard Chaykin and Orson Welles.
With a new printing of his character redefining "The Shadow: Blood & Judgment" coming from Dynamite, Howard Chaykin looks back on the series, staying contemporary, and "The Art of Howard Chaykin."
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with exclusive first looks at the covers for "The Shadow" #2 and Lord of the Jungle" #6 featuring work by Ryan Sook, Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin and more.
Garth Ennis knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men in Dynamite Entertainment's April-launching "Shadow" ongoing series. The title, set in the '30s, features covers by Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin and more.
PRESS RELEASE: Tommy Lee Edwards & David Lafuente Debut Exclusive Previews at North Carolina Comicon
CBR's Chad Nevett gives "Avengers 1959" written and illustrated by Howard Chaykin 3.5 stars, saying the "New Avengers" spinoff "delivers on everything that fans of Howard Chaykin would want."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Avengers 1959" #1, a new series written and illustrated by the legendary Howard Chaykin, debuting October 5
Howard Chaykin takes readers back to the gritty, grimy & humorous world of "Black Kiss." CBR News spoke with the creator about his 2012 prequel series with Image Comics.
Writer/artist Howard Chaykin kicks off the five issue "Avengers 1959" in October and spoke with CBR about Nick Fury's classic team that last appeared in "New Avengers."
Learn whether the Monkees were offered "Sugar, Sugar" before the Archies! Did Frank Miller break into comics drawing Hostess fruit pie ads?! Plus, discover the strange origins of Dominic Fortune and Devil-Slayer!
Marvel has released an advance preview of "Captain America" #616, with a look at pages from several members of the all-star lineup including Ed McGuinness, Howard Chaykin, Mike Deodato, and more!
Brian Michael Bendis is set to tell two very different “New Avengers” stories with three different artists. We spoke with him about his plans for the series, including a tale that unfolds through Nick Fury's past and present.
Marvel has released an advance look at "New Avengers" #9 by series writer Brian Michael Bendis and guest artists Mike Deodato and Howard Chaykin. The issue, featuring a cover by Deodato, hits stores February 9.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #3 by Nick Spencer, Cafu and guest artist Howard Chaykin. The issue, with a Chris Sprouse cover, hits stores tomorrow, January 12.
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson spoke with CBR News about the flagship anthology's April relaunch for #1 with names like Miller, Adams and Chadwick and shares the exclusive full lineup and art.
Dark Horse has announced Howard Chaykin will join the list of A-list creators involved with the relaunch of "Dark Horse Presents" with "Marked Man," a story the acclaimed creator will write and illustrate.
This week, Tim concludes his look at Howard Chaykin's formative Cody Starbuck comics, exploring the combination of swashbuckling adventure, virtuoso storytelling and the passionate energy of punk.
Tim looks back at the early work of Howard Chaykin this week as he explores the roguish Romanticism of the latter days of "Weird Worlds" and Ironwolf and the beginnings of the revolutionary "Star*Reach."
Archaia E-i-C Stephen Christy spills on the recently announced upcoming anthology "BleedOut" featuring a plethora of creative talent that explores the consequences found in eliminating an everyday commodity.
In this week's WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim finds himself lost in a forgotten classic as he explores the early days of the legendary Howard Chaykin and a bounty hunter with a heart of, well, certainly not gold.
Writer/artist Howard Chaykin creates an all-new one-shot teaming the Dark Knight detective and the on-again, off-again villainess in a chase after old-school villain the Cavalier in "Batman/Catwoman: Follow the Money."
PRESS RELEASE: Hero Initiative Appoints Howard Chaykin and Walter Simonson to Disbursement Committee
Ron Zimmerman divulged details on his upcoming limited series, from being a celebrity in the Wild West to who makes the cut when the Rawhide Kid assembles a first gun-slinging hero team.
"World War Z" author Max Brooks spoke with CBR about his new G.I. Joe miniseries, "Hearts and Minds," with art by Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso. A preview edition is on sale at WonderCon, with the first issue arriving in May.
Howard Chaykin's controversial series sees a new life at Dynamite, bringing its sexed-up story of vampires, pornography and classic noir stylings back to the limelight without the stigma that originally followed it.
In April, BOOM! Studios unleashes Mark Waid's “Irredeemable Special,” starring rogue hero the Plutonian's former friends and victims. The issue features art by Howard Chaykin, Emma Rios, and Paul Azaceta. CBR News spoke with Waid about the issue.
The legendary writer and artist comes full circle with Dynamite Entertainment's new 'Power & Glory' and 'Black Kiss' trades, as well as new Marvel work reflecting his interests and life in L.A.
This week: Steven has the last word on Howard Chaykin; the EC-Atlas link of the '50s; plus family matters, the comics-methadrine connection, political conspiracy theories, the return of Comics Cover Challenge and more notes
In praise of Howard Chaykin Pt. 1; health care reform and the death panels we already have; plus the ANDRE addendum, Slate looks into why movies don't sell comics, what's a week without the Comics Cover Challenge and more?
BOOM! Studios explores the origins of terrorist-fighting policeman John McClane in “Die Hard: Year One,” a new ongoing series set ten years before the first film. We spoke with writer Howard Chaykin about the series.
In this week's new one-shot, “Captain America Theater of War: America First!”, writer/artist Howard Chaykin takes readers back in time with a tale that stars the Communist hunting Cap of the 1950s.
Whatever Happened to the DC Sci-Fi Heroes? Tim answers that question by taking an in-depth look at a lost classic from the Modern Age: Howard Chaykin and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez's underrated 1990 mini-series, "Twilight."