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CBR presents the entire first issue of Warren Ellis and Tony Harris' Top Cow-published "Down" #1!
CBR has an exclusive look at bonus material from Tony Harris and B. Clay Moore's "Whistling Skull" TPB, including the original pitch and character bios.
This week, "Suicide Squad" goes boom, Sunfire gets heated, "Prophet" goes pulpy, Valkyrie gets a paper cut and "Chin Music" clings to its Tommy guns.
Image Comics has released a preview of "Chin Music" #1 by Steve Niles and Tony Harris. Prohibition-era Chicago becomes infested with mysticism, violence, gangsters and demons April 17.
Steve Niles discusses his upcoming "Mystery Society" special for IDW, dishing out plot details on the genre-bending comic, updating CBR on his and Wes Craven's "Coming of Rage" and "Chin Music" with Tony Harris.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "JSA Liberty Files: The Whistling Skull" #2 by B. Clayton Moore and Tony Harris. The action continues in Japan and Nazi-occupied Europe January 23.
Creator Tony Harris discusses about the long, strange road his and B. Clay Moore's character has taken to publication, from its start at Wildstorm to December's "JSA: Liberty File - The Whistling Skull." Plus, exclusive art!
DC Comics has announced the December debut of "JSA: The Liberty Files - The Whistling Skull," a six-issue miniseries by B. Clay Moore, Tony Harris and Dave McCaig.
DC has released a preview of "The Shade" #9 by James Robinson with art by Frazer Irving. The Shade returns to London for the final chapter of the miniseries on June 13.
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #8, featuring the long-awaited arrival of Jill Thompson on art. The issue hits stores May 16.
Today's hottest Image creators—including Brandon Graham, Joe Keatinge, Tony Harris, and Joe Casey—gathered to celebrate the publisher's twentieth anniversary and discuss their own current projects at Emerald City Comicon.
Created entirely by his own hand and empowered by the crowd-funding site Kickstarter, Tony Harris' original series "ROUNDEYE: For Love" will come out from Image Comics this year.
"Godzilla" rises once again in May, courtesy of IDW Publishing. CBR spoke with writer Duane Swiercynski about the series, which picks up several years after the events of "Kingdom of Monsters."
In this week's COVER OF THE WEEK, Conan takes aim, Leafy Green hits the track, "The Shade" gets bloody, Luther Strode turns reflective and parenthood goes cosmic.
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #6, illustrated by Javier Pulido. The issue, with covers by Tony Harris and Pulido, hits stores March 14.
Greg McElhatton gives James Robonson's "The Shade" #4 5 stars, calling the Darwyn Cooke/J. Bone-illustrated issue "a real gem..if only all comics were this good."
DC Comics has released a preview for "The Shade" #3, the latest issue of the critically acclaimed series by James Robinson and Cully Hamner. The issue hits stores December 14 with covers by Tony Harris and Hamner
CBR News connected with James Robinson, Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone to see if the comic book dream team would shed any light on the story of revenge, murder and betrayal featured in January's "The Shade" #4.
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #2. The issue, which sees Robinson joined by artist Cully Hamner, hits stores tomorrow, November 16.
DC Comics has released a preview of James Robinson's "The Shade" #1. Featuring art by Cully Hamner and covers by Tony Harris and Hamner, Robinson returns to Opal City Wednesday, October 12.
Jason Aaron knows exactly Where the Hell he is as the writer discusses his recent trip to Avilés to attend a one-of-a-kind comics festival, drink and eat with fans and chat with Alan Moore's wife, Melinda Gebbie.
DC Comics has released Cully Hamner's variant cover for "The Shade" #1, written by James Robinson with art by Hamner and a standard cover by Tony Harris. The series debuts in October.
Writer James Robinson spoke with fans during his FanExpo spotlight panel, discussing his career in an out of comics, returning to the Starman corner of the DC Universe in October's "The Shade" and more.
Writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about "The Shade," a 12-issue maxi-series spotlighting the anti-hero from the pages of "Starman" debuting in October from DC Comics.
"Ex Machina" and "War Heroes" artist Tony Harris spoke with CBR News on how he took his labor of love adventure comic from a fully self-published project to an IDW serial through the use of Kickstarter.
One of the comics industry game-changers of 2010 was the discovery of the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. Co-founder and CEO Yancey Strickler spoke with CBR News about his company's mission and philosophy.
To mark the end of "Ex Machina," we asked Brian K. Vaughan and Brad Meltzer to discuss the Eisner winning series. CBR presents final part of their talk along with an exclusive look inside the final issue.
To mark the end of "Ex Machina," we asked Brian K. Vaughan and Brad Meltzer to discuss the Eisner winning series. CBR presents the talk along with an exclusive look at Jim Lee's variant cover.
CBR spoke with Tony Harris who explained his unique process of delivering photorealistic art to "Ex Machina" and how he feels about closing the door on the Eisner Award winning series from WildStorm Publications.
The men behind the Wildstorm Universe caught readers up on current events in the Wildstorm U and announced Tony Harris' next project post-"Ex Machina" and new crossover book with IDW "X-Files/30 Days of Night."
WildStorm announced "The Further Adventures of the Whistling Skull" on Saturday at C2E2 and CBR News has all the details after speaking with co-creators Tony Harris and B. Clay Moore.
Writer Brian K. Vaughan shares with CBR details about the final arc of his and Tony Harris' Eisner Award-winning series, “Ex Machina,” and says its conclusion may be "the ballsiest ending" he’s ever come up with.
With "Ex Machina" #40 on sale this week, Brian K. Vaughan opens up to CBR on the revelations awaiting he and Tony Harris' series, from the A-list creator cameos to the origin of Mitchell Hundred's powers.
Mark Millar and Tony Harris' creator-owned Image Comics miniseries "War Heroes" has been optioned for motion picture development by producer Steve DeLuca, who oversaw films including "21" and "Seven."
In this final installment of CBR TV's interview with "War Heroes" creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris, the pair discuss Stan Lee's influence on the project, its cast of characters, and update fans on Millar's movie projects.
In support of their creator- owned Image miniseries "War Heroes," creators Mark Millar & Tony Harris undertook an exhaustive tour of the United States, stopping in Hollywood to sit down with CBR for an on-camera interview.