Steve Sunu

Staff Writer/Reviews Editor
Chapel Hill, NC
Jul 27, 1985

Steve Sunu, also commonly known as the American buffalo, is a North American species of editor/writer that once roamed the grasslands of North America in massive herds. His range once roughly comprised a triangle between the Great Bear Lake in Canada's far northwest, south to the Mexican states of Durango and Nuevo León, and east along the western boundary of the Appalachian Mountains. Due to commercial hunting and slaughter in the 19th century, Steve nearly went extinct and is today restricted to a few national parks and other reserves.

FIRST COMIC: "Iron Man" #279

FAVORITE CHARACTER: Blink (Exiles)

Articles By Steve Sunu

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Easton Enforces "Shadowlaw"

Mon, August 15th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Creator Brandon Easton spoke with CBR News about "Shadowlaw," his creator-owned graphic novel of political intrigue, mechs and monsters and his experience writing for Cartoon Network's "Thundercats" reboot.

CCI: IDW's Greatest Panel of All Time

Thu, August 11th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall and editor Scott Dunbier with special creator guests spun the wheel (literally) to bring Comic-Con attendees the latest news from IDW Publishing.

Churilla Reveals "The Secret History of D.B. Cooper"

Wed, August 10th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Creator Brian Churilla gives his version why the 1971 hijacking of a Boeing 727 happened and offers an alternate look at the inner workings of D.B. Cooper, Cold War-era CIA agent,

Taylor and Johnson Explore "Haunted City"

Fri, August 5th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Co-writers Chap Taylor Peter Johnson spoke with CBR about "Haunted City," Aspen's collaboration with McG's Wonderland and the myths and monsters in the haunted house that is New York City.

CCI: The Road to "Stumptown"

Tue, August 2nd, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

During their CCI panel, the "Stumptown" creative team of Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth went in depth on their Eisner-nominated crime title, their creative process and zombie jokes.

CCI: Robert Kirkman Panel

Tue, August 2nd, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Robert Kirkman gave panel-goers a treat at Comic-Con International, answering audience questions everything from "Invincible" and "The Walking Dead" and discussing new projects coming down the line from Skybound.

Roslan Assembles "Broken Pieces"

Fri, July 29th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Writer and designer Mark Roslan breaks down his new Aspen series with artist Micah Kaneshiro and talks about the state of a world following the detonation of a dangerous bioweapon.

CCI: "The Image Comics Show" Panel Recap

Sun, July 24th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Image Comics creators convene at Comic-Con for a slew of announcements and project updates, plus a surprise trailer for the "Small Gods" film.

CCI: Hernandez & Mastromauro Deconstruct Aspen's Announcements

Fri, July 22nd, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Aspen's EIC and President dish on their upcoming slate including more "Shrugged" and "Fathom: Kiani," a new project with Greg Pak and a final project designed by Michael Turner.

CCI: Tim and Ben Truman Get Gritty With "Hawken"

Thu, July 21st, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

The father-son creative team of Tim & Ben Truman spill the details on IDW's six-issue Old West revenge story and the badass at its center, Kit Hawken.

CCI EXCLUSIVE: 12-Gauge Gears Up for a "Country Ass-Whuppin'"

Wed, July 20th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

12-Gauge's Keven Gardner and contributors Nathan Edmondson, Cully Hamner, Jason Aaron and Sean Patrick Flanery discuss "Country Ass-Whuppin'," a southern-themed anthology benefiting Alabama tornado victims.

CCI: Menton3 Raises "Monocyte"

Wed, July 20th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Creator/Artist Menton3 discusses the origins of "Monocyte," the world he's created as the backdrop for his tale of an immortal war, featuring back-up stories and an original soundtrack.

EXCLUSIVE: David & Ross Explore "John Carter: World of Mars"

Mon, July 18th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Creators Peter David and Luke Ross discuss their role in Marvel's "John Carter" prequel to the upcoming Disney film, its faithfulness to the Edgar Rice Burroughs' source material and more.

The Hulk Wraps Marvel's "Fear Itself"-Themed Teasers

Fri, July 15th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Marvel wraps its "Fear Itself" teaser image reveals with a text-silhouetted Hulk and four hidden messages on the road to answers at CCI.

Hester Rebuilds "The Bionic Man"

Fri, July 15th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Phil Hester opens the dossier on the upcoming series that reunites Dynamite's "Green Hornet" creative team of Hester, Kevin Smith and artist Jonathan Lau.

Marvel's Hidden Message Teasers Continue

Thu, July 14th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

With a dose of the Power Cosmic, hidden messages inside this week's "Fear Itself" teasers from Marvel continue to take shape leading to Comic-Con International at San Diego.

Decoding Marvel's "Fear Itself" Teasers

Wed, July 13th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Three teaser images reveal the beginnings of four hidden messages on the road to Marvel Comics' "Fear Itself" panel at Comic-Con International.

Ewing Cuts Deeper with “Jennifer Blood”

Thu, June 30th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Writer Al Ewing takes over Garth Ennis's housewife-turned-vigilante "Jennifer Blood," with a brand new story arc dealing with the fallout of her revenge rampage against the Blutes. CBR News has the details.

Haeser and Hasson Reanimate "The Living Corpse"

Wed, June 29th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

"The Living Corpse" partners in crime Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson dig up some tidbits on their upcoming "Exhumed" miniseries, in stores this August from Dynamite Entertainment.

Williams Combines Worlds in "Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human"

Tue, June 14th, 2011 | Category: Comic Books

Writer Rob Williams breaks down the upcoming miniseries pitting robot versus human versus robot-human hybrid and teases some of the action and killer machines out to get Robocop in the future.

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