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Jock has unveiled some of the early concept art he created for the upcoming sci-fi thriller "Ex Machina."
Ahead of tomorrow's Image Expo, co-founder Todd McFarlane is promising an Eisner winner will take over writing his signature character.
Scott Snyder & Jock's "Wytches" #3 "succeeds on its ability to stroke readers emotions based on their fears, both real-life and imaginary."
Explore the dark recesses in the mind of Scott Snyder in a shadowy exploration and exclusive preview of his creepy creator-owned series, "Wytches."
With "Wytches" #1 passing a reported 90,000 in combined orders, co-creators Scott Snyder and Jock share their reaction to the news with CBR.
Film production company New Regency has acquired the rights to Scott Snyder & Jock's Image horror series with Brad Pitt's Plan B aiding in the eventual film.
Scott Snyder & Jock's impressive "Wytches" #1 is "outlandish and grotesque and alarmingly intimate in the way it dishes out horror."
Scott Snyder explains how his fears come alive in his new creator-owned series. Plus, an exclusive look at Becky Cloonan's variant cover!
Acclaimed artist Jock has donated artwork from his time on "Detective Comics" to an auction benefitting a 2-year-old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Fox's newest promo for "Gotham" features actual images created by former "Detective Comics" artist Jock, who puts his own spin on the origin story.
Jock, Chris Burnham and more gathered to celebrate “2000 AD,” discussing how long they plan to age Dredd, the new "DREDD" illustrated screenplay and more.
Scott Snyder talks the "terrifying material" he's exploring with Jock on "Wytches," and escaping his comfort zone at Image Comics.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the cover and solicitation text for the first issue of Scott Snyder and Jock's new Image horror series, "Wytches."
Scott Snyder & Jock, the creators behind "Detective Comics: The Black Mirror," reunite for "Wytches," an ongoing horror series from Image Comics.
Joshua Hale Fialkov's long-awaited "The Devilers" debuts July 16 from Dynamite, and we have an exclusive preview!
This week, Ms. Marvel has a quiet moment, Solar goes retro, the Joker has an identity crisis and more.
When every version of Hell imaginable arrives on earth, an unlikely team storms its gates in Dynamite's new series from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Matt Triano.
Paolo Rivera, Pop Mhan, Jock, Mike Allred and Julian Totino Tedesco's offerings all vie for CBR's Cover of the Week honors.
At Emerald City, "The Losers" co-creator Jock discussed his process and his long career in artistic design including comic books, film, movie posters & more.
Mark Millar explains how his and Duncan Fegredo's "MPH" is their superheroic take on the American Dream while sharing exclusive art.
Jock, Douglas Wolk and Arthur Wyatt discussed all things Judge Dredd, announcing a "Dredd 3D" art book, a sequel to Wyatt's "Judge Dredd: Underbelly" & more.
This week, Cinderella goes two-toned, Kamala Khan gets the torso treatment and the "Sex Criminals" creative team gets a portrait & more.
Scott Snyder discusses his "black and twisted horror" take on witches in his and Jock's new Image comic, creating free digital work in 2014 and more.
A pair of "urban explorers" in Ronse, Belgium stumbled across a treasure trove of incredible Batman graffiti in numerous styles, all by artist Pete One.
"Savage Wolverine" writer/artist Jock discusses bringing Wolverine to a future alien planet during his run and shares a look at the pivotal moments.
This week, Earth 2 is ordered to "Obey," Mara finds her place among the stars, the Center for Deadly Disease Control gets official, "Morning Glories" gets romantic and Wolverine goes sci-fi.
Acclaimed artist Jock concludes his discussion with CBR by talking about his writing debut in "Savage Wolverine," reveals who gave him advice, which movie poster he mistakenly gets credit for and more.
In the first of a two-part interview, acclaimed artist Jock talks about working with design house Mondo, how "The Losers" got him the gig, designing characters for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and more.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of Andy Diggle's "Uncanny" #1. The sci-fi crime drama, featuring art by Aaron Campbell and covers by Jock and Sean Phillips, debuts June 26.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discusses new faces to the Marvel U from creators Matt Kindt and Jock to characters like "Battle of the Atom's" future X-Men.
The acclaimed artist behind "The Losers" and "Detective Comics" is turning writer/artist for a new science-fiction focused arc in Marvel's "Savage Wolverine" anthology.
Mark Millar & Frank Quitely call in some friends for the second installment of the Image super family series "Jupiter's Legacy" and CBR has an exclusive first look at variant covers from Bryan Hitch and Jock.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo recruit Snyder's frequent collaborator Jock to draw the cover to "Batman" #21, part one of their "Zero Year" origin story.
With a loner of a thief who can borrow the abilities of others, Andy Diggle plans to give readers a different sci-fi twist on crime comics as he describes the idea behind his "Uncanny" series for Dynamite's Crime line.
This week, Matt Murdock goes down for the count, "WTF" reveals the Emerald Empress, Logan loves L.A., B.P.R.D. experiences a cold day in hell and the Shadow knows… how to wear a logo.
This week, we get inside the mind of Madder Red (quite literally), Tony Stark faces the Merc in the mirror, Princess Alder makes an appearance, a cell phone shatters and Glory walks off into the - well, not a sunset.
This week, Kate Kane is on fire, B.P.R.D. braces for a cold day in hell, the Devourer of Worlds is feeling a little puckish, Marko's father has a way with flowers and private eyes (clap-clap) are watching you.
This week, Kate Kane is triumphant, Carol Danvers is wistful, "Locke & Key" is photogenic, Nova is space-bound and Wolverine is in for a world of hurt as Kevin and Steve bring you the Cover of the Week.
This week, The Stalk gets clingy, Agent Anders gets creepy, "Comeback" gets minimalistic, the Illuminati gets the fingers and Conan gets bloody.
CBR staffers Steve Sunu and Kevin Melrose count down the top 15 covers of 2012 with showings from Dave Johnson, Jock, Rafael Grampa, Paolo Rivera and more of the industry's top cover artists.