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Brendan McCarthy reveals to SPINOFF the inspiration behind "Fury Road's" post-apocalyptic visions and discusses the film's feminist viewpoint.
Writer Brandon Seifert and artist menton3 discuss body horror, infectious diseases, the definition of horror and more.
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood reinvent an '80s icon, translating Michael Mann's cutting edge vision of Miami to the comic book page.
Maighread Scott and John Barber explain the insane ambitions of Cybertron's dark lord Starscream, and why Transformers are "inherently male and female."
Writer Ryan Ferrier reveals how his own quarter-life crisis inspired "D4VE," a tale about mild-mannered, post-apocalyptic robot dealing with his dead end job.
Writer Kelly Thompson talks rebooting "Jem," the influence of the show's strong women on a generation of girls and the upcoming film while sharing exclusive art.
Jeff Krelitz & David Boxenbaum talk plans for an interconnected "Heavy Metal" movie "universe," expanding the company's comic offerings and more.
Jody Houser talks working with co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett on the "Orphan Black" comic, which promises to add new context to the hit TV show.
Beam me up, Ahab! Mike Johnson talks about Captain Kirk meeting his white whale, tying the IDW series into the upcoming "Star Trek 3" and more!
Chris Ryall and Steve Niles share details on their new ongoing series, the upcoming Sony pictures "ZvR" adaptation and more.
The writer unpacks his Image series' "Buffy in Japan" logline and reveals how "Wayward" blew past initial sales of his other series, "Skullkickers."
The writer/artist flies solo for the new follow-up to the hit Cartoon Network crossover “Super Secret Crisis War.”
Chuck Dixon discusses working with Bane co-creator Graham Nolan on their creator-owned title, and why he's fine being "no longer welcome" at the Big Two.
Joe Harris says it might not be Santa up on the rooftop next week as he discusses his "X-Files X-Mas Special" and the series' next story arc, "Elders."
Peter Bagge and Dean Haspiel discuss getting gross to celebrate 30 years of debauchery with "Garbage Pail Kids Comic Book Puketacular" #1.
Artist Greg Staples discusses Judge Death's return in upcoming "Judge Dredd" epic "Dark Justice," citing "Alien" as an influence on the fully painted project.
The writers reveal why they're opting for the classic versions of both properties, which comedian is helping with the IDW/BOOM! project and more.
Writer Flint Dille discusses the finale of his epic "Transformers" trilogy, which explored the previously unknown history of Megatron and Optimus Prime.
Writer Ted Anderson tells CBR about using the light-hearted "My Little Pony" special to tackle a serious subject, his own school days and more.
The Donald Duck cartoonist talks taking the feathered furies on a North Pole adventure, and why he'd be unlikely to work on any Disney/Angry Bird mash-ups.