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As Tom Strong prepares for his return in this summer's brand-new limited series from Wildstorm, writer Peter Hogan discusses his plans to destroy the hero's world with an evil Nazi regime and the Robots of Doom.
Scott Lobdell spoke exclusively with CBR about his new Aspen Comicsseries, how John McClane defined the modern day action hero and influenced the new title and his hope of someday returning to the Age of Apocalypse.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR News about his upcoming IDW/Wildstorm title which will cross over his popular vampire franchise with the Emmy Award television winning series.
Writer Tom Beland talks to CBR about planning the Fantastic Four's latest trip to Puerto Rico, a new superhero based in Puerto Rican culture, and getting to kill off his friends and family in "Ataque de M.O.D.O.K.!"
Producer Ruwan Jayatilleke and artist Adi Granov discuss with CBR the release of the Iron Man motion comic based on the popular "Extremis" story by Granov and writer Warren Ellis.
Writer Jen Van Meter spoke with CBR about bringing the thieving feline into her own limited series, her own personal love of heist tales and the secret behind the Black Cat's relationship with Spider-Man.
BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid and acclaimed "Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith fielded questions from the audience and provided lots of laughs and memories in a Sunday panel focusing on independent comics.
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."
At Chicago's C2E2, Archaia discussed their present and future in the digital world of comics and announced an all new brand extension banner. Black Label, specifically dedicated to Hollywood partnership titles.
E-i-C William Christensen joined writers Christos Gage, Mike Wolfer and Brian Pulido and artist Jacen Burrows to talk about Lady Death, "Crossed," "Absolution" and much more during the Avatar Press panel at C2E2.
Writers Daniel Quantz and R.J. Ryan talked with CBR about their new original graphic novel that explores the root of evil and explained how they prepared for their stroll into the criminal mind and the human condition.
We spoke with Karl Kesel about the third Captain America, Jeff Mace, who stars in the upcoming "Captain America: Patriot" miniseries exploring the character's origins and his place in the legendary Avenger's legacy.
Writer Robert Langridge spoke with CBR about his brand new ongoing series "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," re-imagining the Asgardian hero in modern-day adventure stories pitting him against enemies both old and new.
IDW editors Andy Schmidt and Denton Tipton spoke with CBR News about the C2E2 announcement on the new line of "D&D" comics being released by the publisher later this year.
Ron Zimmerman divulged details on his upcoming limited series, from being a celebrity in the Wild West to who makes the cut when the Rawhide Kid assembles a first gun-slinging hero team.
Incoming artist on "The Flash," Francis Manapul spoke with CBR News about what it takes to make the Fastest Man Alive move into the future visually, while Geoff Johns teased his mysterious epic "Flashpoint."
"X-Men Forever 2" kicks off in June, continuing a story that began nearly twenty years ago. Writer Chris Claremont spoke with CBR about the future of the series and brought along exclusive art by Tom Grummet.
Writers Joe Ahearne and Karl Kesel discuss their upcoming Iron Man one-shot, what they like most about the armored Avenger and his two partners in crime in their espionage influenced tales.
Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo, the creators behind Tank Girl's latest adventure, drop some bombs on what to expect in the one-shot, what makes Tank Girl so irresistible and what the future holds for the ass-kicking adventurer.
Writer and cartoonist Tom Beland spoke with CBR News about the upcoming release of issue #12 of "True Story, Swear to God," the year-and-a-half delay between issues and future true stories he plans on telling.