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"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.
PRESS RELEASE: Mike Allred and Steven T. Seagle Confirm They Did Not Announce New Project At Comic-Con
Clockwork Storybook alum Chris Roberson teams up with fan favorite artist Mike Allred team up for a zombie-fied monster mash-up in Vertigo’s newly announced ongoing series, "I, Zombie."
Metamorpho artist Mike Allred talks to CBR News in this first installment of our weekly coverage of DC's "Wednesday Comics," which also includes series editor Mark Chiarello answering your questions every week!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you two more in a series of new teasers in support of "Jersey Gods," the hugely acclaimed ongoing series by Glen Brunswic and Dan McDaid with covers by Mike Allred.
Image announces that the popular creator of "Madman Atomic Comics," Mike Allred, is to become permanent cover artist for Glen Brunswick & Dan McDaid's ongoing superhero saga, "Jersey Gods."
CBR News has confirmed that superstar "The Sandman" writer Neil Gaiman is teaming-up with "Madman" creator Mike Allred to create a 12-page Metamorpho story for an as-yet unannounced Allred project for DC.
"Jersey Gods" creators Glen Brunswick and COMIC BOOK IDOL's Dan McDaid talk their new sci fi rom-com series, which comes with covers by Mike Allred and Darwyn Cooke and praise from Mark Waid and Kurt Busiek.
Glen Brunswick & Dan McDaid’s first ongoing series is equal parts romantic comedy and cosmic epic, with creators like Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, Paul Pope and Erik Larsen riding shotgun.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Charlatan Ball" #2, "Youngblood, Vol. 1: Focus Tested," and an exclusive preview of "Madman Atomic Comics" #10.
Has an alien influenced your favorite band? Discover the alt-history of rock in the new “Red Rocket 7” from Image. We spoke with Allred about the book and the changing contours of music.