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Jason tackles a less controversial topic this week, turning to the WHERE THE HELL AM I? mailbag to answer a reader question with tips on self-management for aspiring writers, especially those who are full-time parents.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive advance look at "Punisher MAX" #10. Written by Jason Aaron with art by Steve Dillon and a Dave Johnson cover, the issue hits stores on Wednesday, February 9.
Benjamin Birdie gave "Ultimate Comics Captain America" #1 3.5 stars, calling Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's tale of two Caps from different eras facing off a "fair stretch above your usually mindless superheroics."
Jason Aaron rings in the new year with good wishes for friends and fans and a message for Alan Moore in response to the legendary writer's comments last year about the state of comics and talent level of modern creators.
From the "Watchmen" movie you didn't get a chance to see to the crossover conversations of the industries biggest talents, CBR News presents our own picks for the biggest, brightest and bestest features we published across 2010.
This week, Jason Aaron dips into the mailbag and answers the age old question: What the hell does a comic book editor do? The answer is, quite a lot, actually, from maintaining continuity to shaping stories and more.
Jason looks at Marvel and DC's current pricing strategies and weighs the pros and cons of both approaches, explains the motivation behind the "Wolverine" back-up stories and the difficulty in writing a 20 page comic.
With the debut of Aaron & Garney's "Ultimate Comics Captain America" just over a month out, Marvel was to hold a press conference call with Aaron. The call was cancelled moments after it began.
Last summer, Jason Aaron spent time with CBR TV at CCI to discuss his then-new Marvel Comics exclusivity, the beginning of his run on "PunisherMax," his acclaimed creator-owned series "Scalped" and more.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Captain America" #1 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney. The Caps of World War II and Vietnam collide January 5, 2011!
This week, Jason Aaron discusses living in the world of being a freelance comic book creator, offers advice on how to navigate the business aspect of your career choice and offers a glimpse at his personal headquarters.
This week, Aaron interviews friend and fellow Kansas City comic book writer Dennis Hopeless, discussing the process of breaking into the comics industry, Hopeless' various projects currently in development and more.
Jason Aaron gives aspiring comic writers tips on the art of the pitch with the help of some of the biggest editors in comics. Plus, his pitches for a "Joker's Asylum" one-shot and a Vertigo zombie series.
Jason Aaron swings by X-POSITION this week, offering word on guest stars, Kubrick anecdotes and grooming tips for grizzly men - and we're not talking about Wolverine! Plus, exclusive art from "Wolverine" #3!
Jason Aaron spoke with CBR TV about "Where the Hell Am I," his career in comics to date, developing "Ultimate Comics Captain America" with Ron Garney, his favorite artists to work with and much more!
Jason Aaron took New York Comic Con by storm, meeting his "Scalped" co-creator R.M. Guera for the first time, signing for fans, doing interviews and making announcements and through it all, he kept a Con Journal.
In Jason Aaron and Ron Garney's "Ultimate Comics Captain America," the Ultimate U's Cap faces off against a product of a tumultuous period in American history, the Captain America of the Vietnam War.
Wolverine's new series began by finding the titular character trapped in Hell and his friends targeted by mysterious assailants. CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the arc and his plans for the title.
Jason Aaron returns this week with some pre-New York Comic Con advise for aspiring creators on how to find their dream editor and woo them with the goal of developing a long, loving creator/editor relationship.
This week, Jason Aaron gives aspiring writers some simple advice on how to break into comics, points readers in the direction of more industry tips and explains why his first pro work is also his most important.
Jason Aaron takes CBR readers through a week in the life of a professional comic book writer: namely, himself, as he balances the challenges and rewards of working from home and with numerous creative partners.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Wolverine" #2 by Jason Aaron and Renato Guedes with covers by Jae Lee, Mike Mayhew and Arthur Adams. Wolverine's adventure in Hell continues on October 6.
It's the debut of Jason Aaron's new CBR column, WHERE THE HELL AM I, and he takes the opportunity to give aspiring creators some advice with the harrowing tale of his journey to professional comic book writer.
“Wolverine” writer Jason Aaron discusses Logan’s romantic relationship, his friendship with Spider-Man, and his upcoming trip to Hell. Plus, exclusive art from the next issue of "Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine!"
CBR is proud to announce the arrival of the site's new weekly columnist, Jason Aaron, whose August-debuting WHERE THE HELL AM I? will document the prolific "Wolverine" writer's experiences in the comics industry.
Marvel Comics has released a special advance look at "Wolverine" #1 by writer Jason Aaron and artist Renato Guedes with a cover by Jae Lee . The new series, featuring Wolverine in Hell, debuts in September.
"Wolverine: Weapon X" writer Jason Aaron joins X-POSITION to answer reader questions about Logan's various loves, the launching of his new title and a trip to Hell. Plus, exclusive "Weapon X" art by Ron Garney!
On the first pages of Marvel's May-shipping launch to its superstar-driven brand of miniseries, Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert take Spider-Man back to the Stone Age, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the stories opening sequence.
This September, Wolverine's life becomes a living Hell thanks to the machinations of a mysterious organization. CBR spoke with writer Jason Aaron about his work on the next volume of Marvel's "Wolverine" series.
In "Wolverine Weapon X," Logan and Captain America must thwart an army of cyborg assassins from the future. We spoke with Jason Aaron about bringing Deathlok back from the future into the present day Marvel U.
Writer Jason Aaron shares details about "Scalp's" early influences, why he loves his leading men – Bad Horse and Red Crow – and why the "Unwanted" arc will leave another lead character with some very difficult choices.
In "Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine," Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert send the heroes on a strange journey across the Marvel U. We spoke with them about the project, part of Marvel's new "Astonishing" comic line.
"PunisherMax" writer Jason Aaron is setting the stage for an epic and brutal battle: Frank Castle vs. Wilson Fisk, the man who will become the Kingpin of the NYC underworld. We spoke with Aaron about his plans for the series.
This week, fans of "Wolverine: Weapon X" get answers about upcoming guest stars and Wolverine's weaknesses, not to mention a tidbit or two about "PunisherMAX." Plus an exclusive look at C.P. Smith's art for "Weapon X" #10!
"Dark Reign: The List - Wolverine" and "Wolverine: Weapon X" #6 are in stores this week and feature two very different tales of Wolverine. We spoke with Aaron about the books, as well as his future plans for Wolverine.
"Scalped" #32 is the midway point of "The Gnawing", the biggest arc so far in Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's ongoing Native American crime saga. CBR spoke with Aaron about the arc as well as "Scalped" plans in 2010.
A whole host of Marvel writers including Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction and Jason Aaron took the stage at Baltimore Comic-Con to discuss their future plans at the House of Ideas. Oh, and Thor had a question.
CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about "Ghost Riders: Heaven's on Fire," which has the title characters both looking for revenge on a renegade angel and protecting a teenager destined to bring about the apocalypse.
"Liberty Comics" #2 contributors Jason Aaron, Michael Allred, Ben McCool and Jimmy Palmiotti recently spoke with CBR News about the CBLDF-sponsored book and why freedom of speech is so important to comic books.