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Writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about his new "Ash and the Army of Darkness" series launching this November from Dynamite Entertainment, touching on his love of the films and crafting a new, epic Deadite saga.
On the eve of Comic-Con International, CBR spoke exclusively with creator Francesco Francavilla on how the horror-influenced "Necrologue" raises the stakes for the Black Beetle and Colt City.
J.W. Rinzler spoke with CBR News about adapting George Lucas' original "Star Wars" screenplay for Dark Horse Comics, bringing a new cast of characters to life and the alternate world that is "The Star Wars."
Tom Strong is back in action in Vertigo's "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril," and writer Peter Hogan spoke to CBR News about working with Chris Sprouse to send Strong to a death planet.
CBR News spoke with writer Peter Hogan about his new "Resident Alien" miniseries from Dark Horse Comics, touching on what it means to be human and providing exclusive art.
Donny Cates and Mark Reznicek dive into "Buzzkill," their upcoming Dark Horse miniseries featuring a hero whose power stems from using drugs and alcohol, the dangers of addiction and the ultimate hangover.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" writer Andrew Chambliss dives into the events of issue #22, looking at Xander's desperation, the significance of the Scythe and the importance of Spike's tender side.
CBR News spoke with Matt Fraction about his upcoming short story in "Dark Horse Presents" #25, "The Time Ben Fell in Love," a time travel love story featuring art by Christian Ward.
In our latest BEHIND BUFFY commentary, "Angel & Faith" writer Christos Gage discusses the long road to and surprise twist in the resurrection of Rupert Giles and what it means for the comic's cast moving forward.
Writer Victor Gischler spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Dark Horse Comics miniseries "Kiss Me, Satan!", a tale of fallen angels, spell-casters for hire and the allure of New Orleans.
CBR News spoke with Adam Warren about the upcoming "Empowered Special #4: Animal Style," out June 5 from Dark Horse Comics, and working with artist John Staton on designing the special's animal mechs.
Joe Harris and Adam Pollina discuss "Wars in Toyland," their new original graphic novel from Oni Press, and the influence of black and white children's movies on the story. Plus, the exclusive debut of the book's trailer.
Writer Frank Barbiere discusses his tale in "Dark Horse Presents" featuring the debut of Dark Horse Comics' newest character, the sci-fi infused superhero known as Blackout.
CBR spoke with Dark Horse Comics Publisher Mike Richardson and series writer Joe Casey about the upcoming miniseries "Catalyst Comix" and pushing the superhero genre to its weird, wild extremes.
David Lapham discusses his and Mike Huddleston's "The Strain: The Fall," the second Dark Horse Comics series adapted from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's vampire plague novels.
Writer Christos Gage spoke with CBR about the latest issue of "Angel & Faith" from Dark Horse Comics, checking in with the cast as they enter the final arc of the series.
CBR News spoke with writer Steve Niles about his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries, "Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem," in which a golem becomes the protector of a small town during WWII.
CBR News spoke with writer/artist Matt Kindt about the second year of "MIND MGMT," events to come in the super-spy story and the creative breakthroughs that come with frustration.
At C2E2, writer and artist Geof Darrow spoke with CBR News on the return of "The Shaolin Cowboy" in a new miniseries from Dark Horse Comics, debuting in October.
CBR spoke to Dark Horse E-i-C and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" editor Scott Allie about "Buffy" #20, gaining insight into big bad Severin's motivations and some hints of what's to come.