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Valiant follows up its "X-O Manowar" launch with the June 6 debut of Joshua Dysart and Khari Evans' "Harbinger" #1 and CBR has the first look at the issue's QR Visual Variant video message!
Valiant Entertainment has released the first lettered preview for "Harbinger" #1 written by Joshua Dysart with art by Khari Evans. The Summer of Valiant continues with "Harbinger" on June 6.
Valiant Entertainment has announced the relaunch of "Harbinger" written by Joshua Dysart with art by Khari Evans.
In conjunction with a new Kickstarter campaign, Camilla d'Errico and Joshua Dysart tap Ashley Wood, David Mack, Cameron Stewart and more for the art on "Helmetgirls: Origins" as they also aide the CBLDF.
Actor Sam Worthington was joined by his creative partners John and Mike Schwarz to discuss their Radical Comics title "Damaged," working with writer Joshua Dysart on the project and more.
Series creator David Petersen sat down with Joshua Dysart at the West Hollywood Book Fair to discuss the origins, influences and future of his Eisner Award-winning comic book, "Mouse Guard."
This week, Tim reads "Neil Young's Greendale," by Josh Dysart, Cliff Chiang and Dave Stewart and explains why it just might have a lot in common with a certain blockbuster movie you have probably heard about...
CBR News spoke with comics veteran Rick Veitch who gave us an exclusive inside look at the process involved with illustrating the standalone story in "Unknown Soldier" #21, on sale today.
Doug Zawisza reviewed Joshua Dysart and Cliff Chiang's Vertigo Comics adaptation of Neil Young's "Greendale" album and gave the graphic novel 5 stars saying, "This book is a perfect blend of concept, story, and art."
Joshua Dysart spoke with CBR about teaming with legendary musician Neil Young and artist Cliff Chiang to adapt the songwriter's 2003 concept album into the all-new graphic novel hitting comic store shelves today.
With Vertigo unleashing this week a new “Unknown Soldier” ongoing series, writer Joshua Dysart talks to CBR about bringing back the “one man in the right place” to fight a new war, this time set in modern day Uganda.
Inspired by the legend of a human-shaped stain in an asylum basement, Joshua Dysart & Ron Wimberly created for MySpace DHP a strip about their real-life experience in "one of of the most haunted places on earth."