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As Phil Hester prepares to launch "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" at IDW, the writer explains why the series is his "dream gig," how it's influenced by "Batman: The Animated Series" and how long he'd like to remain on the book.
Kurtis Wiebe discusses his breakout hit "Peter Panzerfaust," sharing upcoming plot details and his casting thoughts for the BBC live-action adaptation, explains the origins of the upcoming "Rat Queens" and more.
"2000 AD" publisher Rebellion has informed CBR News that its controversial limited run of "Zenith," a property which has been mired in legal rights battles with Grant Morrison for years, has completely sold out.
At Image Expo, Nick Dragotta spoke with CBR about his and Jonathan Hickman's creator-owned "East of West," his inspirations for the book's wildly inventive designs and why Image is the future of comics.
Rick Remender, Matt Fraction and the "Southern Bastards" team of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour discuss their new Image titles, how they got into comics, the value of genre variety in comics and more.
Writer Al Ewing discusses his upcoming "Mars Attacks Judge Dredd" miniseries, how he approaches the IDW version of Dredd, his hopes for a sequel to "The Zaucer of Zilk" and more.
Monty Nero & Mike Dowling discuss "Death Sentence" and how the series about a terminal STD that grants superpowers found new life at Titan Comics after debuting in "Clint Magazine." Plus, previews of the first 2 issues.
Alec Worley & Jon Davis-Hunt deliver the final chapter of their "2000 AD" werewolf saga "Age of the Wolf," revealing to CBR why they chose to fast-forward the series 20 years in "Wolfworld."
Writer Chris Mowry discusses "Godzilla: Rulers of Earth," a new ongoing series which sees the rampaging radioactive beast fighting to save Earth itself against a horde of classic Toho monsters.
Writer Duane Swierczynski discusses "Into the Cursed Earth," the epic saga beginning in IDW's "Judge Dredd" #9, what it has in common with Pat Mills' original "Cursed Earth Saga" and more.
Fan-favorite "2000 AD" artist D'Israeli discusses his and co-creator Rob Williams' upcoming "Judge Dredd Megazine" series "Ordinary," the origin of his unique penname, his eclectic artistic influences and more.
Writer Joe Harris sits down for a page-by-page commentary on IDW Publishing's "X-Files: Season 10" #1, revealing the new status quo of Agents Mulder and Scully while hinting at the return of some very familiar faces.
Pat Mills revisits 30 years of Celtic warrior-king Slaine with CBR and talks the upcoming "Book of Scars" that reunites him former "Slaine" artists Simon Bisley, Mick McMahon, Clint Langley and Glen Fabry.
"TMNT" television writer Kenny Byerly discusses his upcoming IDW all-ages series based on the hit Nickelodeon cartoon, revealing how the show and comic connect and explaining the importance of having only three toes.
"Extremis" artist Adi Granov talks to CBR about "Iron Man 3," revealing his current relationship with Marvel Studios and his experience seeing new designers carry on his work from the first two "Iron Man" films.
"2000 AD" co-creator Pat Mills spoke about "Defoe: The Damned," his 17th century alternate history zombie tale with artist Leigh Gallagher, revealing why he prefers historical fiction over sci-fi.
Writer Gary Gerani discusses IDW Publishing's July revival of his never-finished 1988 Eclipse series "Dinosaurs Attack!," based off the '80s Topps trading card set of the same name.
Writer Joshua Ortega spoke with CBR about his upcoming IDW zombie animal series "The Other Dead," explaining why the time for zombie animals has come and announcing Barack Obama as a primary cast member.
Writer Flint Dille & artist Livio Ramondelli tell CBR about their "Autocracy" follow-up, "Transformers: Monstrosity," and exploring Optimus Prime as a leader and Megatron's exile. Plus, read the entire first issue!
Mike Raicht, Zach Howard and Austin Harrison discuss their creator-owned "Wild Blue Yonder," revealing how the high-flying post-apocalyptic tale went from Kickstarter to its new home at IDW.