Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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Novelist Frank Bill makes his comic book debut at IDW with "The Crow: Pestilence" and spoke to CBR about a Mexican wrestler becoming the spirit's new host.
Joe Harris discusses the first story-arc to advance "X-Files'" alien mythology, the return of the black oil and why he refuses to use ret-cons.
Walt Simonson discusses "Star Slammers Remastered" #1, taking a break from mainstream comics and his hopes for Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Roger Langridge & Mark Evanier discuss IDW’s "Rocky and Bullwinkle," revealing why the moose and squirrel are all worked up and how "Dudley Do-Right" fits in.
"Ghostbusters" scribe Erik Burnham discusses "Mass Hysteria" & "X-Files: Conspiracy: Ghostbusters" and the future of Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston.
Writer/artist Derek Charm tells CBR about "Monster Day," his two-issue "Powerpuff Girls" arc, revealing which fan-favorite monsters will turn up to wreak havoc.
Guy Adams tells CBR about the reasons he's reviving "Ulysses Sweet: Maniac for Hire," one of Grant Morrison's little-known "2000 AD" creations.
Writer Brian Ruckley discusses "Rogue Trooper," a re-imagined US version of Gerry-Finley Day and Dave Gibbons' classic "2000 AD" character.
"Matchstick Men" writer Eric Garcia discusses setting his Big Brother-esque "City" in San Francisco & its NSA parallels. Plus, exclusive art.
Writer Douglas Wolk and artist Ulises Farinas discuss "Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two," building a new California and Dredd's 'true' face.
Writer Alex de Campi tells CBR about her plans for the first issue of IDW's new ongoing two-pony team-up series "My Little Pony: Friends Forever."
Novelist Paul Crilley helms the cross-property "X-Files: Conspiracy" event starring the Lone Gunmen and IDW's multiple licensed characters.
Benjamin Legrand & Jean-Marc Rochette discuss Titan Comics' English translation of "Snowpiercer," now a major motion picture starring Chris Evans.
2000 AD Publisher Rebellion shared exclusively their plans to reprint Grant Morrison's controversial '80s opus "Zenith" in four hardcover collections.
Sam Kieth reveals what fans can expect from "The Maxx: Maxximized," despite wondering why anyone would be interested.
Writer Jason Henderson reveals what's in store for "Ben 10" as he launches the new IDW/Cartoon Network ongoing comic series.
Rob Williams teams with "Scalped" artist RM Guera on "Judge Dredd: The Man Comes Around" and he tells CBR about the story and how the pairing happened.
Gary Reed's "Deadworld" zombie saga continues and the writer explains the aftermath of King Zombie's dethroning and how he feels "The Walking Dead" borrowed from him.
Paul Cornell talks about how the Doctor finds himself at a "Doctor Who" convention - and why Peter Capaldi should have been a woman.
Scott & David Tipton discuss the conclusion of IDW's year-long Doctor Who celebration, and why they chose a lost companion to serve as the series' villain.