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CBR spoke with de Campi about Image Comics' "No Mercy," the impact travel has had on her writing and how truly awful teenagers can be.
G. Willow Wilson, Kieron Gillen, Michael Lark and Mariah Huehner talk with CBR about the importance of comics reflecting society's changing norms.
G. Willow Wilson, Kieron Gillen, Michael Lark and Mariah Huehner discuss how artistic collaborations shape the industry's good, bad and game-changing comics.
Eisner-nominated writer Phil Hester spoke with CBR about his new Image series, a very, very mature remix of folklore and esoteric explorations.
With Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's acclaimed Image Comics series headed to television, CBR put together a divine cast for the potential show.
There's been running, loving, killing -- and even dinosaurs. Jonathan Tsuei & Eric Canete tell CBR what's ahead for their new Image Comics series.
Sailor and Charlie have survived the burrows, but will they survive the aftermath of defying the wytches? Scott Snyder hints at what he and Jock have in store.
CBR's Casey Gilly examines the outpouring of feedback following the first look at CBS' "Supergirl" TV series starring Melissa Benoist.
Ed Brisson & Brian Level tease a big reveal in their new series, which follows a reluctant teenage punk that is forced to take on a heroic mantle.
Casey Gilly shares her hopes for DC Entertainment's new girl-focused initiative, and her concerns for where it could go off the tracks.
Declan Shalvey spoke with CBR about reuniting with "Moon Knight" creative team of Warren Ellis and Jordie Bellaire to build their ambitious, apocalyptic world.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Rick Remender and more try not to turn everything into porn as they follow their passions at Image Comics.
Described by the writer as "Gay Saga," Chip Zdarsky talks with CBR all about his and artist Kagan McLeod's new Image Comics sci-fi series.
Make way for the Valkyries, swooping in to smash the comic book patriarchy -- and maybe go out for pizza later.
The creators of the acclaimed Image Comics title discussed collaboration, character design and contentious affection for one another in Seattle.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Noelle Stevenson, Erika Moen, Kate Leth and Spike Trotman proudly give patriarchy the middle finger at Emerald City Comicon.
As Emerald City Comicon draws closer, CBR presents the latest in our series of guides to having a fun, healthy and safe show.
In May, Janelle Asselin launches a monthly digital magazine dedicated to romance comics with a killer line-up of creators. Ready to fall in love? Keep reading...
Casey Gilly examines recent hot-button comics issues and talks through solutions for keeping the dialogue productive and compassionate.
Luther and Petra have survived an ancient killer, bloodthirsty assassins and the Murder Cult. But as the story closes, is the couple ready to say good-bye?