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CBR's weeklong celebration of Image Comics' landmark "Invincible" #50 concludes with this exclusive preview of issue #51 by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Ryan Ottley, with a cover by Jim Lee.
After 50 issues non-stop, series colorist Bill Crabtree says goodbye to"Invincible" and tells CBR News how the ride has been, why he's moving on and what exactly it's like to color all that blood.
"Invincible's" long-standing artist Ryan Ottley takes a timeout from the drawing board to recall his earliest days on the Image Comics series, explain why he didn't think he'd make it this far, and reveal what makes #50 his best issue yet.
CBR News' lengthy chat with "Invincible" co-creator Robert Kirkman continues as the writer looks towards the future of the Invincible Universe, including spin offs, future plotlines and the rumored feature film!
In this first part of an extensive interview, Robert Kirkman, the writer and co- creator of Image Comics' superhero hit, reflects on 50 issues of stories, dives into his love of subplots (including one he forgot) and much, much more!
As Image's “The Walking Dead” reaches it’s milestone fiftieth issue, Executive Director Eric Stephenson joins CBR to look back on the book’s origins, what has made it such an enduring series, and to look toward in its future.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the landmark fiftieth issue of "The Walking Dead" by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard.
With Image Comics’ “The Walking Dead” reaching a landmark fiftieth issue, series artist Charlie Adlard stops by CBR to talk about the book, from reading it, to drawing it, and how it has changed him over the last four years.
"The zombie movie that never ends,” Robert Kirkman’s Image series “The Walking Dead” is showing no signs of slowing down as it reaches it’s fiftieth issue. We spoke with Kirkman about the book's history and what's coming next.
The Mondo Marvel panel at ECCC was filled with lots of laughs, a few (false) tears, and the shocking revelation of Brian Bendis’ bathroom reading habits.
Richard Starkings, Jay Faerber and Robert Kirkman tease a variety of upcoming Image Comics projects (complete with massive art gallery), all from the comfort of a couch.
Last weekend, NYC played host to both a comic con and Pope Benedict XVI, and the best of both worlds can be found in the animated Battle Pope series on Spike.com. We spoke with Robert Kirkman.
This September, writer Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker chronicle the final days of a hero of World War II in the "Destroyer MAX" mini-series. CBR News spoke with Kirkman about the project.
Augie runs down some interesting panels coming up at this week's New York Comic-Con, looks at some original art with a baseball theme from Todd Nauck, runs though last week's top releases including "The Walking Dead" and more.