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"Shotgun Wedding" creative team William Harms & Ed Pun discuss the upcoming Top Cow weekly series about the wedding day of an assassin-for-hire.
Co-creators Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel explain how a superhero union in '60s Chicago can end up becoming less than altruistic in "C.O.W.L."
Appearing at the Cinequest Film Festival, Neil Gaiman discussed his hopes for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's "Sandman" movie, the message of "Coraline" and more.
Sina Grace shares exclusive art and discusses the Image Comics print collection of his charming autobiographical comic strips.
The zombies aren't the only things to be afraid in "'68: Rule of War," a new four issue series from Mark Kidwell, Jeff Zornow and Jay Fotos
As "Family Recipes" comes to a close, John Layman talks Tony's depression, recovery and what's next for the detective. Psst! Poyo's coming back.
Marc Silvestri brings a world of magicians, sorcerers, thieves and killers to life in "Rise of the Magi," his new ongoing series from Top Cow Productions.
Bust out your emergency lights and keep an eye on your rations as Ed Brisson talks about the new arc of his pre-apocalyptic series, "Sheltered."
"The Adventures of Apocalypse Al" is the first Joe's Comics title to launch from Image Comics in 2014 -- featuring undead boyfriends and possessed theme parks.
Jonathan Ross brings his washed-up action hero Griffin Franks to Image Comics in "The Revenge," a 4-issue miniseries with Ian Churchill.
Has the long-awaited republishing of Alan Moore's "Miracleman" been marred by edits to the digital version available via the Marvel Comics app?
James Robinson & Greg Hinkle form an unlikely trio with Golden Age aviator Airboy in their Image series filled with drinking, drugs and indiscriminate sex.
Writer Joe Keatinge revives Robert Kirkman's fan-favorite "Tech Jacket" in a new three-issue digital miniseries with art by Khary Randolph.
A very dapper Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie shared some cookies and fancy secrets about their upcoming Image book "The Wicked and the Divine."
Matt Hawkins discusses adapting David Weber's "Honor Harrington" sci-fi novels to comics to prepare an expansion of her world to multiple mediums.
Joshua Williamson takes CBR on a scenic tour of Buckaroo, Oregon, birthplace of sixteen serial killers and the NSA agent investigating them.
Rick Remender explains how his discovery of nihilism at 8 years old led to stories of an underwater civilization in his new Image series, "Low."
Kurtis J. Wiebe discusses his delightfully dirty quartet of mercenaries and what's in store for the toughest gang in Palisade.
Scott Snyder discusses his "black and twisted horror" take on witches in his and Jock's new Image comic, creating free digital work in 2014 and more.
As Robert Kirkman's "convention blur" cleared, he shared details on "Outcast," the importance of Kelly Sue DeConnick's "Bitch Planet" & more.