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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.
The people behind We Are Comics explain the genesis of and hopes for the grass root campaign's goal of broadening the perception of what a comic book fan is.
A reprieve from fast-paced futuristic sci-fi, "Trees" paints a quiet, menacing picture of alien invasion in Warren Ellis & Jason Howard new Image Comics series.
After wrapping the acclaimed series' first arc, writer Kurtis J. Wiebe spoke with CBR about what he and Roc Upchurch have in store for their mean mercenaries.
JMS welcomes readers back to the world of the "Dream Police," and fills CBR in on the status of his Netflix original series, "Sense8."
Rick Remender dives deep into his and Greg Tocchini's "Low," sharing exclusive art and assuring readers, "It's so much more than an aquatic sci-fi thing."
Myths, horror classics and a modern perspective are stitched together to create Jamie S. Rich and Megan Levens' "Madame Frankenstein."
Nathan Edmondson & Alison Sampson talk with CBR about their new Image Comics OGN "Genesis," a surreal, haunting story of creation and destruction.
Emerald City Comicon's zero-tolerance harassment policy extended to a panel discussing how to recognize and prevent the unwanted behavior.
An all-star ECCC panel of Image Comics creators teamed up to discuss genre writing, research process and upcoming projects.
Fans celebrated all things Ms. and Captain Marvel with Kelly Sue DeConnick, G. Willow Wilson and prominent Carol Corps member (and rocket scientist) Nakki.
Jason Aaron explains why it takes a pair of Southern boys like himself and and Jason Latour to tell the story of "Southern Bastards."
Acclaimed writer Greg Rucka tells CBR about returning to his creator-owned P.I. series Stumptown, this time joined by artist Justin Greenwood.
"Hack/Slash" comes back to life as "Hoax Hunters" creators Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley introduce the "Son of Samhain!"
Ahead of his Cartoon Art Museum speech and Sandman-themed exhibit, artist JH Williams III discussed "Overture" and his work with CBR News.
Chris Roberson discusses his upcoming Image series "Sovereign," a sword and sorcery series set in an early world feudal society.
Riley Rossmo, Hope Larson and Kurtis Wiebe share their thoughts on the state of body image, sexuality and gender representation in comic books.