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President Obama makes a cameo in DC's "Flashpoint"! EC Comics Library lineup! Otakon draws 31,000 fans! Walt Simonson talks "Thor"! Greg Pak reflects on "Incredible Hulk"! Plus much more!
Walt and Louise Simonson spoke with CBR TV about their experiences on the set of "Thor," Walt's new Artist's Edition from IDW, Louise's "Superman Retroactive" one-shot and much more.
IDW's next Artist's Edition reprints EC Comics stories by Wally Wood from original artwork at full Golden Age size. CBR spoke exclusively with editor Scott Dunbier about the initiative.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW and Marvel to Debut "Walter Simonson's The Mighty Thor: Artist's Edition" at San Diego Comic-Con
Tim concludes his discussion with legendary "Thor" writer/artist Walt Simonson as they talk about alter-egos, teaching, the lessons of history and how to use reality to make better comics.
This week, Tim speaks with Walt Simonson about the relationship between Norse mythology and comics, Dr. Donald Blake's origins and more "Thor" goodness.
Is a Thunder God by any other name still the Son Of Odin? “Thor” hits theaters this weekend, and in honor of the occasion, CBR News takes a look at his changing alter-egos, powers and costumes throughout the years.
This week Ron talks about "Thor," the book he always wanted to write, and exactly what happened when he got his wish. He also touches on some of his work on titles he wasn't as attached to going in.
Augie looks back at WonderCon and is most excited for IDW's "Artist's Edition" format, and starts the guessing game for which series could be next. Plus, a look at other news highlights and a trip back to 2007!
IDW Publishing gave fans in attendance at their WonderCon panel a glimpse of what to expect from their publishing schedule for the remainder of 2011 while announcing a special team-up with Marvel Comics.
CBR spoke with editor Scott Dunbier about "Walter Simonson's The Mighty Thor: The Artist's Edition,” the first of several volumes presenting original art from classic Marvel adventures to be published by IDW. Yes, IDW.
Hero Initiative has provided CBR with the complete gallery of their New Avengers-themed fundraiser featuring art from Alan Davis, Walt Simonson, John Byrne, Adam Kubert, Mike Deodato, Amanda Conner and more.
Marvel has released an advance look at "The Mighty Thor" #1, a new series by writer Matt Fraction and artist Olivier Coipel. Featuring covers by Coipel, Travis Charest and Walt Simonson, the series hits April 27.
Marvel Comics has released a variant cover for "The Mighty Thor" #1 by legendary Thor writer and artist Walt Simonson! The series, written by Matt Fraction with pencils by Olivier Coipel, hits on April 27.
Saturday at New York Comic Con featured a spotlight panel for local creator Dean Haspiel, who along with friends talked about his life, comics work, Harvey Pekar, drunken brawls and naked neighbors.
Notable "Thor" creators Walt Simonson, Jonathan Hickman, Bryan J.L. Glass and John Workman met with fans in Baltimore for a lively panel conducted by Marvel editor Tom Brevoort, and CBR was there.
Who was responsible for making Hal Jordan a bad guy during the 1990s? What effect did the Comics Code have on the origin of the second Two-Face? And how, exactly, did Snoopy inspire Batman? Find out this week!
PRESS RELEASE: Hero Initiative Appoints Howard Chaykin and Walter Simonson to Disbursement Committee
"Wednesday Comics" editor, Mark Chiarello, gathered a panel of the experimental series' contributors to discuss and answer questions about format, collaboration and the potential sequel to the newsprint hit of 2009.
Walt Simonson shares the story of how “Prince Valiant” inspired Jack Kirby’s The Demon and DCU Executive Editor Dan DiDio tells us why writing the Metal Men gave him the bug to take on a monthly series in the New Year.
Dynamite Entertainment publisher Nick Barrucci is auctioning off his prized Walt Simonson Loki and Thor sketches in support of the Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization.
Walt & Louise Simonson, Colleen Doran, Christos Gage, Tom DeFalco and Jimmy Palmiotti met with fans in New York to discuss their careers as comics writers and the challenges of working in the singular medium.