Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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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.'
With "God Hates Astronauts" set to blast off as an ongoing series, creator Ryan Browne discusses his influences, plans and branded beer.
Creator Steve Orlando and contributors Blair Butler and Leila del Duca give us the exclusive details on the "Undertow" trade and it's all-new stories.
Joshua Williamson explains how he brings a parent's worst nightmare and a boy's ultimate destiny to life in his new Image series, "Birthright."
"Luther Strode's" Justin Jordan tells CBR about "Spread," his new Image series that follows a man and a baby trying to save the world from unimaginable evil.
There's a new sheriff in town, and she isn't here to make friends. Jay Faerber talks with CBR about his new sci-fi Western series from Image Comics.
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta discuss the creation, evolution and future of their journey into the world of demonic possession with "Outcast."
What do you call a teenage girl with a brilliant military mind who manages to assert control over three blocks of South Central L.A.? A "Genius."
Casey Gilly rounds up some of her favorite LGBT and non-normative comics in honor of Pride Month.
Writer Michael Moreci opens up about his new Image Comics series, which he calls "the biggest, most ambitious undertaking" of his career.
Writer and historian Andrew Farago spoke with CBR News about his 192-page Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles retrospective from Insight Editions.
"Moriarty" writer Daniel Corey flashes forward to the far flung future in "Red City," a sci-fi/noir tale taking place on the fourth planet from the sun.
Casey Gilly's got 99 problems, but finding fifteen comics with awesome female representation ain't one.
John Layman explains how he convinced Tim Seeley and Mike Norton to invite Tony Chu to hang out with Dana Cypress and the undead in Wisconsin.
As the first arc of the dark fantasy series "Umbral" comes to a close, writer Antony Johnston promises more mysteries, magic and danger.
Ryan Burton and John Bivens' "Dark Engine" pits a woman created by magic against a world overrun by monsters.