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Aussie artist Colin Wilson brings the villainous Yuuzhan Vong to life in the pages of Dark Horse’s latest Lucasfilm series “Star Wars: Invasion.” And he gets to draw an aged Luke Skywalker too.
Award-winning Australian playwright Tom Taylor, a fresh face to American comics, is writing the new ongoing “Star Wars: Invasion” series for Dark Horse Comics. CBR News spoke with him about his dream project.
Picking up directly from where his short-lived run on “X-Men” Volume 2 left off in 1991, Chris Claremont prepares to explore an improbable history with artist Tom Grummett in “X-Men Forever.”
Celebrated “X-Men” writer Chris Claremont brings back the next generation of mutant marvels in “GeNext United,” beginning in May. CBR News spoke with the creator about what he has in store for the characters.
Andrew Kreisberg simply got too busy to write “World of New Krypton,” but nothing will stop the TV and comic book scribe from reading the maxi-series that interlocks with all the Super-books.
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, DC’s classic sword and sorcery series of seventies, “The Warlord,” returns this April with creator Mike Grell back at the helm. He spoke in-depth with CBR News about the auspicious project.
Writer Mike Johnson expands the mythos of Fox’s hit TV series while telling the backstory of the insanely brilliant Walter Bishop and the enigmatic William Bell in a six-part "Fringe" miniseries from Wildstorm.
CBR News speaks with writers Sean McKeever and Marv Wolfman, who've joined forces for "Deathtrap," a Faces of Evil crossover running in “Teen Titans,” “Titans” and “Vigilante.”
Writers Bill Willingham & Matthew Sturges reveal to CBR News their favorite heroes of the Justice Society of America, and talk about what fans of the best- selling DC title can expect when they take over later this year.
Join CBR News for the second part of our in-depth conversation with the skillful architects of “Star Wars: Vector,” Dark Horse’s successful event maxiseries 4,100 years in the making.
CBR News checked in with writer Zeb Wells and artist Todd Nauck about the instant sell-out “Amazing Spider-Man” #583, blessed with Barack Obama on the cover, from a signing at Alakazam Comics in Irvine, CA.Updated
Fan favorite wrtier Greg Rucka is taking over “Action Comics” from his pal Geoff Johns in March, but there will be some different heroes headlining the book in 2009 other than Superman. We spoke with him about the book.
With the landmark Dark Horse “Star Wars: Vector” now complete, CBR speaks with creators Randy Stradley, John Jackson Miller, John Ostrander and Jan Duursema about the event 4,100 years in the making.
Just four weeks out from New York Comic Con, show runner Lance Fensterman shares some news and views with CBR readers, including an important reminder about this Friday.
In this exclusive first interview about “World of New Krypton,” writer Andrew Kreisberg gives CBR the guided tour of his upcoming 12-part Superman miniseries and reveals he’s joined FOX’s smash genre hit “Fringe.”
Robin and Nightwing have their hands full in post-“Batman R.I.P.” and the return of Azrael isn’t making things any easier on the heir-apparents. We spoke with writer Fabian Nicieza about "Azrael: Death's Dark Knight."
With one issue remaining in his monster mash, “Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves,” DC has tagged acclaimed horror author/filmmaker Kevin VanHook to pen the **Battle for the Cowl** tie-in miniseries, “Oracle.”
The prolific Matthew Sturges speaks with CBR News about the end of “Blue Beetle,” the start of “Run!,” and what’s coming wicked to Fabletown in a "Fables" / "Jack of Fables" crossover. Plus, "House of Mystery!"
Superstar writer Jeph Loeb is raising dollars for his late son’s charity fund through sales of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight” #20, released this week from Dark Horse. Oh, and who are the New Ultimates? Get the scoop!
Michael Uslan, producer of “The Spirit” and “The Dark Knight” teams with fellow producer F.J. DeSanto for a three-issue run with the Will Eisner creation beginning in DC's "The Spirit" #26, and spoke with CBR about the tale.