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For James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Karl Kesel's "Fantastic Four" #642, "more is definitely better as the team makes its grand return."
CSBG's Greg Burgas breaks down why you really ought to own James Robinson's classic run on DC Comics' "Starman" series.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Highlights from Marvel's March 2015 solicitations include "Fantastic Four" drawing closer towards its finale, and a new character in "Darth Vader."
The opening chapter of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's final FF tale arrives in January.
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
"Fantastic Four" may be ending in 2015, but it's not gone yet, and here's a first look inside James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's issue #13.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #11 "pays dividends on seeds planted early on" from the very beginning of the series.
At Image's "I is for Impact” panel, fan-favorite creators discussed what inspires them, from D&D and Jason Statham to "immense Canadian guilt."
With Marvel confirming the impending conclusion of "Fantastic Four," series writer James Robinson assures CBR, 'I'm not going to leave this book on a bad note.'
The final day of NYCC saw Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso hosting his "Axel-In-Charge" panel, with word on "Fantastic Four's" fate and more.
A "Fantastic Four" collection titled "The End is Fourever" has been listed for release in June 2015 by bookstore distributor Hachette.
James Robinson explains the story that begins in "All-New Invaders" #8, when the team faces an arm of every incarnation of cyborg super soldier Deathlok.
Editor Tom Brevoort tells CBR about the "Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration," an anthology featuring all-star characters and creators from the company's history.
Check out a first look at "Original Sins" #4, featuring stories by James Robinson, Alex Maleev, Ryan North, Ramon Villalobos and more.
What was Johnny Storm's "Original Sin?" James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and Dead Haspiel reveal the Human Torch's dark secret!
James Robinson, Leonard Kirk and more deliver "Fantastic Four" #5 as an issue that "hits readers in the gut" for a memorable story.
Marvel Unlimited Plus members were treated to a private C2E2 panel where the publisher talked its digital platform and gave sneak peeks at its print titles.
A new artist for "Inhuman," a new series of 100th anniversary one-shots, a new Star-Lord series and the return of "The Dark Tower" were only part of Marvel's Next Big Thing panel in Chicago.
Marvel's "Spider-verse" panel at C2E2 features James Robinson, Joshua Hale Fialkov, and Ramón Pérez talking up the big changes in Spider-Man's world.
Marvel's event of hidden secrets and Watcher murder got a Chicago spotlight as the publisher revealed a new twist for Neil Gaiman's Angela during "Original Sin."
James Robinson and J. Bone craft "an unconventional, unpredictable and exciting story" in "The Saviors" #4 for their creator-owned series.
James Robinson took the stage to discuss his current and past work, including current Marvel books, creator-owned work and his aborted plans for "Earth 2."
Mark Waid, Kelly Sue DeConnick, James Robinson and more discussed the challenges of plotting long stories and working within a shared superhero universe.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Josh Fialkov, James Robinson & Mark Waid gathered together to discuss the current events in the All-New Marvel NOW! initiative.
The writers and artists behind “Captain Marvel,” “Wonder Woman,” “Batgirl,” “Buffy” and “Lady Sabre” discuss creating strong heroines and feminism in comics.
James Robinson, Mark Waid, Gabriele Dell'Otto & Werther Dell'Edera's "Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business" OGN is "very solid."
What is the dark secret the FF has kept from Ben Grimm? James Robinson and Leonard Kirk discuss "Fantastic Four's" "Original Sin" tie-in.
Marvel's First Family sees its numbers decrease by one in James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #3.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso weighs in on the casting of Fox's "Fantastic Four" reboot, and the freshly launched FF comic book series.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk bring a strong "Fantastic Four" debut to All-New Marvel NOW!, a "welcome addition" to the publisher's library.
CBR has an exclusive preview of James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's all-new "Fantastic Four" #1, featuring Fin Fang Foom!!
The FF find themselves in a dire situation in a first look at James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #2 on sale March 12.
Marvel's First Family gets the All-New Marvel NOW! treatment and a brand new #1 in February from writer James Robinson and artist Leonard Kirk!
James Robinson & Greg Hinkle form an unlikely trio with Golden Age aviator Airboy in their Image series filled with drinking, drugs and indiscriminate sex.
James Robinson discusses his All-New title, how it's a vital part of the Marvel U and why the team is 'never going to call themselves the Invaders.' UPDATED with exclusive art!
Some of the industry's most irreverent and colorful creators gathered at Image Expo to share what lured them into creating comics and what keeps them pushing forward.
The reunion of history’s greatest heroes takes a savage turn Feb. 5 when the Kree sick Tanalth the Pursuer on James Robinson & Steve Pugh's "All-New Invaders" #2.
In his triumphant return to creator-owned work, James Robinson brings his story of alien invasion (and lots of weed) to Image Comics in “The Saviors."