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What makes comic books so 'dangerous'? And how can fans help? Casey Gilly looks at this year's Banned Books Week focus on our favorite medium.
Co-creators Becky Cloonan and Andy Belanger explain how Agatha Christie novels influenced their space-faring mystery.
Alex Grecian & Riley Rossmo re-team at Image Comics to tackle the lurid history, legends and lore of Russia's wandering pilgrim, Grigori Rasputin.
Scott Snyder explains how his fears come alive in his new creator-owned series. Plus, an exclusive look at Becky Cloonan's variant cover!
Michael Stock and his 13-year-old daughter Nico reimagine the legend of Pandora’s box in a new all-ages series at Image Comics.
Kate Leth, known for her voice for diversity in comics, discusses expanding her sights to the world of podcasting.
CBR caught up with prolific writer Antony Johnston about the future of his Image Comics space-cop series "The Fuse" as the first trade launches.
Otis Frampton brings his quirky all-ages series "Oddly Normal" to Image and shares some details about what life is like for a half-witch that makes her parents disappear.
Joshua Hale Fialkov & Kody Chamberlain are bringing their cult hit "Punks" to Image Comics and explain to CBR why "nothing is weirder than 'Punks.'"
Fresh off his Eisner win, writer and artist Paul Pope discussed a character he loved too much to let go: Battling Boy's rival, Aurora West.
Writer Derek McCulloch wanders San Francisco with CBR's Casey Gilly, visiting the prominent sites featured in his new graphic novel "Displaced Persons."
Jacob Semahn & Jorge Corona discuss their new Image Comics series "Goners," a historical fantasy mystery about a family of paranormal investigators.
Josh Williamson discusses his big Comic-Con International "Nailbiter" news, which bring Brian Michael Bendis to the serial killer capital of the world.
Image Comics creators gathered to reflect on the infinite number of storytelling possibilities in the world of comics, beginning with their own work.
Brian K. Vaughan delighted his fans with stories from his career, why he’s done with television and, of course, behind-the-scenes details on "Saga."
The Finches discuss their ongoing discoveries about Wonder Woman, and David's approach to interpreting Meredith's vision of who the character is.
Joe Kelly and Diego Greco's raunchy comedy "Bad Dog" has just been collected, and the writer tells CBR why there's more yet to come.
Fiona Staples debuts the cover art for the first hardcover collection of hers and Brian K. Vaughan's "Saga."
Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey unleash "Tooth and Claw" in November, a mature readers tale about wizards, gods, con women and heroes.
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark explain why "Lazarus" can only be about Forever Carlysle's story, hinting at a major event 'sooner than you think.'