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Tim has a candid conversation with Joe Casey about his upcoming work on Marvel's "Vengeance," with artist Nick Dragotta. Think of an event comic, minus the event, and you're on the right track.
Reggae superstar Ziggy Marley dropped by the CBR TV studios to discuss “Marijuanaman,” written by Joe Casey with Jim Mahfood on art, why the comic wasn't printed on hemp paper, character’s Superman influences and more.
Ryan Lindsay gives "Butcher Baker, the Righteous Maker" #2 4 stars calling Joe Casey and Mike Huddleston's Image title a comic that "certainly entertains, though it might just enlighten along its path as well."
Marvel held a press conference call to announce Joe Casey and Nick Dragotta as the creative team behind "Vengeance," a six-issue miniseries exploring villains' impact on young heroes.
Joe Casey, Nate Simpson, Ben McCool and more locked arms to discuss the recent wave of launches at Image, “Twilight,” video games, KGB sleeper cells and more at WonderCon in San Francisco.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Butcher Baker, The Righteous Maker," by Joe Casey and Mike Huddleston. Comics go All-American March, 30, 2011!
Joe Casey pulls back the curtain on Image's month of teasers for "Butcher Baker, The Righteous Maker," a Superexploitation story about a new kind of All-American hero, in this exclusive first interview.
Music legend Ziggy Marley is now officially a comic book creator and he stopped by CBR TV to discuss Marijuanaman, his reasons behind the creation of the character, working with Jim Mahfood & Joe Casey and more.
The Reggae musician Ziggy Marley has created a home grown superhero with the help of Joe Casey and Jim Mafood as Image Comics brings the Grammy-winner to Comic-Con with "Marijuanaman."
After last week's interview, Tim spends some time thinking about Joe Casey and Tom Scioli's Kirby-inspired "GØDLAND" series, and provides a few digressions that lead to this summer's second "Celestial Edition."
Tim spoke with Joe Casey about swimming in the superhero mainstream vs. creator-owned content, found out what Casey thinks about the differences between working at Marvel and DC and learns of an unused JLA pitch.
Forget the Comics Code, "Nixon's Pals" creators Joe Casey and Chris Burnham get violent in "Officer Downe," a new one-shot available from Image Comics this July.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superman/Batman" #53, written by Joe Casey and featuring art and cover by the team of Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes. The issue hits stores next Wednesday, April 21.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents "Gødland" #25 in it's entirety! The Joe Casey written and Tom Scioli illustrated issue will be collected in "Gødland, Vol. 5: Far Beyond the Bang," which hits stores April 14.
Erik Larsen, Steven T. Seagle, Joe Casey, Richard Starkings, Frank Cho and Jonathan Ross met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the next batch of projects from Image Comics, and CBR was there.
Announced at WonderCon, "Nixon's Pals" collaborators Joe Casey and Chris Burnham are reuniting for "Officer Downe," a new one-shot from Image Comics. CBR spoke with Casey to learn more about the project.
The Man of Action speaks frankly about his “Our Worlds at War” Aftermath story arc beginning in "Superman/Batman" #69, due in stores later this month from DC Comics. UPDATED
In the classic "Avengers" #1, fans saw how the original Avengers came together, but in the five issue mini-series "Avengers: The Origin," writer Joe Casey and artist Phil Noto tell the untold story of how they became a team.
In anticipation of Joe Casey and Nathan Fox's final issue of gonzo villainy, the writer of "Dark Reign: Zodiac" talked with CBR News and explained the method behind the madness of Marvel's newest super villain.
The creative team behind "Charlatan Ball" is at it again with an all-new series titled "Doc Bizarre, M.D." CBR News caught up with Joe Casey and Andy Suriano for an exclusive chat about all things "Bizarre."
Writer Joe Casey ruminates on the methods and madness of supervillains with Alex Ross in Dynamite's "Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys," which debuts in August.
A series spotlighting the "bad guys" and "bad girls" of "Project Superpowers" - plotted by Alex Ross and scripted by Joe Casey - "Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys" begins in August.
Joe Casey goes in-depth with CBR on his ultra-violent new miniseries that introduces readers to Zodiac, a villain's villain whose ultimate goal is to take out the big poppa himself, Norman Osborn. Plus exclusive art.
What can you expect from Joe Casey's six-issue miniseries featuring the Super Young Team? Well, amongst other things, you may just see Most Excellent Superbat make out with himself. Want to know more? Read on.
This summer, the question of “What’s your sign?” takes on a whole new meaning when Marvel's new three issue “Dark Reign: Zodiac” mini-series begins. CBR News spoke with writer Joe Casey about the series.
Get a sneak peak behind John Cassaday's final contribution to the "Project Superpowers" spinoff "Death-Defying 'Devil," plus some story details from writer Joe Casey.
Joe Casey, a writer with a foot in the mainstream and the creator-owned world, discusses with Duncan Rouleau maintaining a creative balance and the return of his cult sci-fi series "Codeflesh."
Artist Edgar Salazar talks to CBR about he and Joe Casey’s “Project Superpowers” spinoff, “Death Defying ‘Devil,” including the inspiration he derives from cover artists Alex Ross, John Romita, Sr. and John Cassaday.
In this week's PIPELINE, Augie talks about what "Wall-E" can teach us about comics and what makes it unique in the Pixar pantheon. Plus, Rob Liefeld's original "Youngblood" story is back, rescripted. What does Joe Casey add?
CBR talks to writer Joe Casey, who drops hints on the many surprise guest stars that flesh out the three-issue “Project Superpowers” spinoff “Death Defying ‘Devil,” coming in December from Dynamite Entertainment.
Joe Casey shares with CBR his pitch for "Executive Power," a Marvel series you'll never see that would've starred the winner of the U.S. Presidential election and depicted his dealings with superheroes.
Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Roulea, known collectively as Man of Action, spin tales of drunken werewolves, existential detectives and super bail bondsmen in four new release at Image Comics.
Dynamite Entertainment announced today a new "Project Superpowers" spin-off, "The Death Defying 'Devil" #1, to be written by Joe Casey with art by Edgar Salazar.
Writer Joe Casey enlightens CBR News about his Eisner-nominated series “Gødland,” clears up speculation on the book's end, and gives us a tease of what is to come next.