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Joe Harris and Adam Polina launch the oversized "Wars in Toyland" at Oni Press next June. CBR spoke with Harris about imagining a landscape of broken toys and the tyranny of one ragged teddy bear.
Co-creators Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt will co-write "The Sixth Gun: Sons of a Gun" prequel which revives General Hume's fan-favorite henchmen. They spoke to CBR along with artist Brian Churilla.
Ben Acker and Ben Blacker pen the latest entry into Marvel's line of "Season One" graphic novels, looking at Wolverine's early days as a Canadian agent and his first confrontation with The Hulk.
Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Joëlle Jones spoke exclusively with CBR about their upcoming Oni Press series "Helheim," a tale pitting Viking warriors against warring witches and undead legions.
Writing partners Jimmy Palmmiotti and Justin Gray expound on "The Deep Sea," an adventure/murder mystery serial inspired by iconic explorers, featuring art by Tony Akins and debuting this week in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
CBR spoke with Eric Powell & Kyle Hotz about the third installment of their "Billy the Kid" series at Dark Horse, the nature of collaboration, and what Dracula wants with the Loch Ness Monster.
Writer Joshua Williamson and Dark Horse President Mike Richardson discuss the return and revamp of Golden Age hero Captain Midnight in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
CBR News spoke with Kelly Sue DeConnick about her reboot of Dark Horse Comics' "Ghost," bringing the series to Chicago and staking out spirits with Oregon Paranormal during her research process.
Writer John Ostrander spoke with CBR News about continuining his "Star Wars" run at Dark Horse with the second adventure of Imperial agent Jahan Cross beginning in October.
CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Parker about his upcoming miniseries "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland," following Buffy's best friend in her quest to restore magic to the universe.
Writer Greg Rucka brings readers a new volume of the Eisner-nominated "Stumptown," following private investigator Dex Parios on her next case with artist Matthew Southworth.
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark spoke with CBR News on "Lazarus," their upcoming Image Comics series exploring the concept of nature versus nurture in a near-future world crippled by economic inequality.
David Schulner spoke with CBR about making the transition from television to comic book writer, exploring the worlds of government conspiracies and sci-fi storylines with artist Juan Jose Ryp on Skybound's "Clone."
CBR News spoke with Joe Harris about his new ongoing science-fiction adventure series, "Great Pacific," his inspiration, and the round-about path the book took to publication.
This October, Jesse Blaze Snider and Dynamite Entertainment bring "Evil Ernie" back from the dead to crack a few skulls, and crack a few jokes. CBR spoke with Snider about the title.
Brian Wood spoke with CBR about writing Dark Horse's ongoing "Star Wars" series, bridging the gap between Episodes IV and V and training himself to ignore years of Star Wars knowledge.
Writer John Arcudi speaks to CBR about the five-issue "B.P.R.D.: 1948" with art by Max Fiumara and teases what the team finds when they enter a nuclear testing facility in Utah.
Steve Niles announces "Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover," promising that when vampires wage war on humanity, one of his signature series "will be destroyed."
Bryan Talbot spoke with CBR about his and artist Mark Stafford's upcoming "Cherubs!" graphic novel which sees release in October from Dark Horse, from its underground comics influences to its streak of absurdist humor.
Brian Wood delves into "The Massive" #1, bringing commentary on crafting the story, the research involved in bringing about the end of the world and teases later events of the series.