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Direct market jumps 19% in November! IDW Publishing names Greg Goldstein as president! Ron Marz and Darwyn Cooke raising funds for charity! Jeff Lemire talks "Frankenstein"! Plus much more!
Ron Marz brings his Thanksgiving leftovers to the table this week, sharing thoughts on a variety of topics that have been occupying space in his brain recently.
In light of Frank Miller's comments on Occupy Wall Street, Ron Marz examines political opinions and the slippery slope of fans not being able to separate a work from the person making it.
Ron Marz is back with stories from Joe Sinnott and Ramona Fradon's 85th birthday as well as a look at the Hero Initiative, a non-profit charity supporting comic creators in need.
In honor of Halloween, Ron Marz looks at the legendary parties thrown by master of horror Bernie Wrightson, and the gathering of creative professionals that joined in the fun.
Writer Ron Marz and editor Filip Sablik, masterminds behind Top Cow's "Artifacts" series bring Witchblade, the Darkness and everyone else together for a universe-sweeping epic.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Ron Marz and Jeremy Haun's "Artifacts" #10, set to hit stores Wednesday, September 28.
Ron Marz is back this week with the advice he plans to give his daughter if she pursues her goal to become a writer. The ups, the downs and how to navigate the murky waters.
Ron goes all the way back to his college days to discuss the journalism principles that inform his comics writing -- the 5 Ws -- and how they pertain especially to #1 issues.
Ending SHELF LIFE’s week-long look at "Voodoo," writer Ron Marz sits down with CBR to discuss the plot and characters of his new DC Comics series starring the former Wildstorm heroine while sharing exclusive art.
All this week, Ron Marz goes behind the scenes of his upcoming DC relaunch title "Voodoo." Today Ron looks at the lettered pages and discusses the finer points of dialogue and narration.
All this week, Ron Marz goes behind the scenes of his upcoming DC relaunch title "Voodoo." Today Ron looks at the subtle details colorist Jessica Kholine adds to Sami Basri's pages.
All this week, Ron Marz goes behind the scenes of his upcoming DC relaunch title "Voodoo." Today he looks at line art from Sami Basri and explores the notion of acting in art.
All this week, Ron Marz goes behind the scenes of his upcoming DC relaunch title "Voodoo." In today's installment he takes a look at the script with layouts by Sami Basri.
Ron Marz discusses the spinner racks of his youth and the mystery and allure of the Quarter Bin, praising the journey of finding new books. Plus a special tease regarding "Voodoo" #1.
This week Ron Marz examines the hot-button issue of female creators in comics, and cites what can be done to support them as well as some of his own experiences working with them.
Ron Marz discusses leaving "Witchblade," continuing "Magdalena," the "Artifacts" finale and the upcoming "Artifacts" ongoing, recently announced at Top Cow's Comic-Con International panel.
This September, Archaia releases "Immortals: Gods and Heroes," a companion anthology to the upcoming film by Tarsem Singh, and the creators were on hand at CCI to talk about the book.
In lieu of making the cross-country trek to Comic-Con, Ron looks at his history with the show and the changes he's seen over the years while encouraging attendees to spend some time at Tr!ckster.
We spoke with editor Ben Abernathy about this summer's nostalgic look back at DC Comics' past with an exclusive look at the events "Green Lantern," "Superman" & "Justice League one-shots
With longtime collaborators Ron Marz and Stjepan Sejic moving to a new project, "Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley steps in to steer "Witchblade," Top Cow's long-running flagship title.
Top Cow and Image Comics have released the following teaser for an as-yet unnamed new series by the acclaimed "Witchblade creative team of Ron Marz and Stjepan Sejic to be announced at CCI.
Ron Marz is back with a tale about how going out to lunch with your editor to discuss your current book can sometimes lead to an assignment you never asked for.
Ron Marz asks - and answers - the age-old comics question regarding the importance of story and art, using Gibbons, Williiams and Kirby to prove that the two should work hand in hand.
Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about "Voodoo," one of DC Comics' 52 new series launching in September, which brings a former Wildstorm heroine firmly into the DCU and reinvents the WildC.A.T. for readers new and old.
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Deadlands: The Devil's Six-Gun" by Gallaher and Ellis and "Witchblade #145 by Marz and Sejic. Both are on sale June, 15, 2011.
Five new DC Comics series focus on the darker side of the DCU including Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark." UPDATED: Wildstorm joins the new DCU with "Voodoo," "Resurrection Man."
With the first issue in stores now from Image Comics, artist Lee Moder spoke with CBR News about the creative process behind "Shinku," a modern Japanese vampire epic written by Ron Marz.
Today, Ron Marz announces that after writing over seventy chapters of the adventures of Sara Pezzini, he -- along with series artist Stjepan Sejic -- will be leaving "Witchblade" with the publication of issue #150.
Ron discusses returning to the world of Kyle Rayner along with artist Darryl Banks, describing the emotional attachment he has to the character after developing him from scratch in the pages of "Green Lantern."
Jeremy Haun spoke with CBR about drawing Top Cow's universe-wide event "Artifacts" and the intimidation of following Michael Broussard and Whilce Portacio on the series, plus exclusive art.
This week, Ron buys a guitar with the intent of learning how to play it and encourages others to stop thinking about taking on a new challenge and simply knuckle down and do it.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Deadlands: The Devil's Six Gun" based on the game from Pinnacle Entertainment, written by David Gallaher and drawn by Steve Ellis.