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In July, Jeff Parker kicks off a new adventure starring Marvel's premier simian action hero in "Gorilla-Man." We spoke with Parker about the project, which examines how the title character's past affects his present.
CBR's ongoing discussion with Hulk epic architects Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker continue as the trio address the fallout from the just wrapped "Fall of the Hulks," from best laid plans to big gamma changes.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "World War Hulks" #1, an anthology featuring work by Jeff Parker, Terry Austin, Paul Tobin and others. This Hulk sized anthology ships April 7th.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents the complete first issue of the recently completed, acclaimed miniseries "Underground" by writer Jeff Parker and artist Steve Lieber.
In a panel this past weekend at Emerald City ComiCon, C.B. Cebulski, Colleen Coover, Jeff Parker and Christina Strain agreed: the easy way to a Marvel Comics career is to work really, really hard.
The artist and writer duo spoke with CBR News about the completion of "Underground," their five issue miniseries from Image Comics about a series of dangerous events set within the confines of a claustrophobic cave.
Jeff Parker spoke to THE GREEN ZONE about a villain's about face in "Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk" and the ladies at the heart of "Savage She-Hulks." Plus an exclusive look at Frank Cho's interlocking Hulk variants!
This May, Marvel Comics' most eclectic super team is back in the new ongoing series "Atlas." CBR spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his plans for Jimmy Woo and friends now that a new "Heroic Age" is dawning in the Marvel Universe.
This May, Jeff Parker and Kev Walker welcome the "Thunderbolts" to the Marvel Universe's Heroic Age with issue #144. CBR News spoke with Parker about the constantly changing team's latest direction and new leader.
The triple tag team of Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak and Jeff Parker return to riff on the biggest "Fall of the Hulks" revelations and reflect on "Planet Hulk" as well as Betty Ross' return while unveiling exclusive art from "Hulk" #20.
This week, the Thunderbolts conclude their battle against the Agents of Atlas before heading straight to Norman Osborn's siege against Asgard. CBR spoke with Jeff Parker about what lies in wait for the team in the months ahead.
CBR spoke with writer Jeff Parker about the Agents of Atlas' upcoming clash with Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts, the "Avengers Vs. Atlas" mini-series, focusing on the original Marvel Boy and more, plus an exclusive look at some AoA art.
CBR kicks off a new weekly column focusing on the events smashing through Marvel's Hulk family of books featuring a round table interview with the writers behind "Fall of the Hulks."
The fan favorite writer talks to CBR News about taking a big role in Marvel Comics' upcoming "Fall of the Hulks" event and how his "Alpha" one-shot and its cabal of super smart villains strikes first.
Marvel Comics has just released the following first look at their upcoming "Fall of the Hulks" storyline, which launches in December 2009. No other information was given than the solicitation information.
Saturday in Baltimore, Image Comics and Frank Cho announced the 10 finalists for "50girls50," Kirkman discussed "The Walking Dead" and more from a host of Image creators.
The current volume of “Agents of Atlas” wrapped with issue #11, but the team isn't going anywhere. CBR spoke with Jeff Parker about his plans for the team which begin in a limited series with the X-Men and grow from there.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the first issue of "Underground," the new miniseries by Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber, on sale next week.
In December, "World War Hulks: Alpha" and "Gamma," the machinations of the Marvel U's biggest and baddest brains kick of the titular conflict. CBR News spoke with creators, Jeff Parker and Paul Pelletier about the project.
Steve Lieber and Jeff Parker, the duo behind Image's "Underground" speak with CBR about the moral dilemmas at play within their story and the many dangers of caving. Plus, read the entire first issue right here!
This November, writer Jeff Parker delves into the twisted psyches of some of the Marvel U’s most dangerous killers when he takes over as the regular writer of “Thunderbolts.” We spoke with Parker and Editor Bill Rosemann.
The world thinks the Agents of Atlas are villains, but that's cool because they're using their rep to strike at Marvel's most dangerous man, Norman Osborn. We spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his plans for the team.
The writer of “Exiles,” Jeff Parker takes X-POSITION on a tour of the many worlds in the Marvel Universe – there’s more than you think! -- and answers your questions about "Agents of Atlas." Plus exclusive art!
Jeff Parker returns to CBR for a new edition of WRITER VS. ARTIST, this time featuring Carlo Pagulayan, Parker's collaborator on Marvel's hit "Agents of Atlas." The pair discuss their book, Pagulayan's artwork and more
Jeff Parker sits down with with his "Agents of Atlas" artist, Gabriel Hardman, to discuss how they work together, their common film influences and more in this edition of CBR's WRITER VS. ARTIST.
Jeff Parker stops by X-POSITION to chat about “X-Men: First Class Finals” and his upcoming run on “Exiles," but how could we let him go without answering your questions about "Agents of Atlas!" Plus exclusive art!
In “Dark Reign: The Hood,” writer Jeff Parker teams with the title character's co-creator, artist Kyle Hotz, to chronicle what it's like being both the Marvel U's top “made man” and a family man. CBR spoke with Parker about the title.
In our latest look at Marvel's ongoing Dark Reign saga, CBR speaks with “Agents of Atlas” writer Jeff Parker to find out what the villainous Norman Osborn wants from the fan-fave heroes in their new ongoing series begins.
In this first edition of a new CBR feature, writer Jeff Parker gets into the nitty gritty with artist Tom Fowler about their new collaboration, Wildstorm's "Mysterius The Unfathomable." A must-read for comics process junkies!
Jeff Parker and Fred Van Lente swing by X-POSITION to discuss Marvel's “First Class” books, respond to Robert Kirkman’s criticism of the Marvel Adventures line, and share some remarks about each others' mommas.
Exploding meat trucks, dirty hippies, the World's Most Expensive Banana Peel, and Evil Sorority Middleman all greeted a packed audience of ABC Family's "Middleman" fans at Comic-Con International.