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CBR was on hand for Radical Publishing's panel at Comic-Con, including Jimmy Palmiotti, Steve Pugh, David Hine, Jim Steranko, Nick Simmons, Steve Niles, Rick Remember, Sam Sarkar, M. Zachary Sherman, Mark Long and Nick Sagan.
IDW Publishing recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, and CBR News spoke with company President Ted Adams and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall about the publisher's history and future.
“30 Days til Death,” the latest in the “30 Days of Night” vampire saga, released its third issue this month from IDW Publishing. CBR caught up with creator Steve Niles and current writer-artist David Lapham to discuss the series.
Steve Niles's “City of Dust” from Radical looks at what happens when monsters return to a world that's been stripped of imagination. CBR News spoke with Niles about the five-issue miniseries, which begins this week.
Augie goes back a decade in comics to find "Siren," by J Torres and Tim Levins of "Family Dynamic" fame. Does it hold up today? Also, "Steve Niles' Strange Cases" wraps and Pipeline mourns the end. Plus, a busy week of podcasting!
CBR talks to writer Dan Wickline about the process of script-doctoring the new Bigfoot/Werewolf miniseries, “Savage,” created by Jeff Frank, Steve Niles and Mike Mayhew and published by Shadowline/Image.
"30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles drops teases on his new vampire/vigilante crossbreed comic book “Epilogue" and announces the new horror anthology, "Dark Delicacies," based on the popular prose series.
Hugely acclaimed "Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham sinks his teeth into Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s vampire mythology with “30 Days ‘Til Death,” a new four-issue miniseries from IDW Publishing.
IDW Publishing announced a slew of upcoming comics and multimedia projects based on their properties at their panel "Ideals and Dreams" at CCI Saturday. CBR News was there.
The CBR Boat Show cruises with Steve Niles who talks comics, updates the status of the feature film “Walk the Dead” and announces that his next feature film script will be for horror director legend John Carpenter.
Steve Niles' modern take on Frankenstein is coming to a theater near you. We spoke with Niles about how “Wake the Dead” survived a Hollywood shakeup to gain new life.
BOOM! Studios Month continues as Michael Alan Nelson, Steve Niles and Tom Peyer join Robert for a REFLECTIONS roundtable about their work on “Cthulhu Tales.”
At this year’s L.A. Times Festival of Books, Jeph Loeb, Mike Mignola and Steve Niles held a panel discussion about the trials and tribulations of adapting comic books for TV & Film.
This year's LA Times Festival of Books includes a new exhibition dedicated to comics, graphic novels and manga with guests Jeph Loeb, Mike Mignola, Steve Niles and more.