Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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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.
Ian Edginton discusses his take on the world of blockbuster video game "Evil Within" and shares which psychedelic space opera is his dream adaptation project.
Shane McCarthy discusses returning to his Transformer creation Drift in "Empire of Stone," and his reaction to Michael Bay's "Age of Extinction" film.
Andy Diggle discusses his contribution to the "Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens" collected edition and his unused "Superman/Judge Dredd" pitch.
"Transformer vs. G.I. Joe" writer John Barber chats about IDW Publishing's mash-up "Angry Birds Transformers" mini and reveals the powerful force that brings bird and bot together.
WWE superstar Kane discusses his return in "See No Evil 2," revealing hopes for a Brothers of Destruction reunion at WrestleMania and more.
Writers Matthew Scott Krentz and Vernon Whitlock III discuss the debut volume of their kung fu graphic novel "Blaze Brothers."
"X-Files: Season 10" writer Joe Harris tells CBR about reviving Chris Carter's other cult favorite series "Millennium" in a new IDW miniseries.
"Skullkickers" writer Jim Zub tells CBR which fan-favorite characters will appear in the miniseries, how "D&D" made him want to write and more.
Steve Niles discusses his new, ongoing series about a family of monster hunters, and the tribute to his childhood friend, GWAR frontman Dave Brockie.
The Judge Dredd co-creator talks about and shares the first chapter of his contribution to "2000 AD" prog 1900, and comments on rumors regarding "DREDD 2."
Karen Traviss, the first female "Joe" writer, tells CBR about starting her run with "The Fall of G.I. Joe" and reveals how Cobra became the good guys.
Writer Gordon Ronnie expands Dave Gibbons' "Rogue Trooper" universe, and explains why he gender-flipped his antagonist from the original concept.
Artist Sean Phillips discuses the new English translation of "Void" and why he was nervous to return to sci-fi illustration after 20 years.
Simon Bisley talks his new supernatural series "13 Coins," why he threw out Keith Giffen's "Lobo" layouts and how lifting 500 lbs. makes you a better artist.
Brendan McCarthy discusses the details behind developing the anticipated "Mad Max: Fury Road" film and his "Dream Gang" series for Dark Horse.
The hard-as-nails cop steps in for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" writers Scott Marder & Rob Rosell, revealing the best way to shotgun a beer and more.
Jonathan Maberry explains why he's bringing his novels to comics, where these stories fit into the "Rot & Ruin" timeline and teases information about the upcoming film.