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Cult occult hero Hector Plasm celebrates the creepier side of All Hallow’s Eve with a compilation of stories celebrating the dead. Writer Benito Cereno talks to CBR about what makes for a true scary story.
They are powerful. You know who They are. You do what They say. That is, unless you’re precocious young inventor Douglas Fredericks, the star of Joe Kelly's new graphic novel "Douglas Fredericks and the House of They."
Jay Faerber is launching a new storyline that will entice new readers and shock longtime fans of the acclaimed superhero series. Faerber spoke with us about the change that is coming in "Dynamo 5" #0.
One of the most controversial comics of the '90s, Jason Pearson's "Body Bags" returns with "One Shot," starring of the ultra-violent father-daughter bounty hunting team who've captivated fans for more than ten years.
"Edgar Allan Poo" writer Dwight MacPherson leaves publisher Shadowline/Image to join upstart Chimaera Studios, for whom he created "Interagents," the story of American superheroes' debate to enter WWII.
Jay Faerber’s creator-owned superhero universe is going to get smaller this fall with the end of his long-running “Noble Causes." The writer talks to CBR about the decision to end the book and what it means for the Faerberverse.
What happens when three peopke receive tidings of doom from a mysterious and extra-terrestrial source? "Edgar Allan Poo" writer Dwight MacPherson & artist Mike Barentine reveal the answer in "M-Theory."
Newcomer Brahm Revel goes back to the Vietnam War in “Guerillas” and reveals a secret government program to use chimps as combat troops alongside humans in the jungles of Southeast Asia.
Hosted by Executive Producers, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, the "Lost" panel at CCI answered questions, asked new questions, featured surprise guests and more.
Director McG and the cast of "Terminator: Salvation" gave fans at Comic-Con International a taste of a bleak future with an exhaustive Q&A and presentation of new footage from the Christian Bale-starring film.
Michael Turner was honored Sunday afternoon by a panel of his friends and colleagues in front of a capacity crowd of fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR was there to hear the remembrances.
Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale and series creator Tim Kring were joined by the entire cast of the hit NBC show, "Heroes" with a special surprise for fans at this year's edition of the "Heroes" panel at CCI
In 2007, Image released the "Death Dealer" mini-series. Each issue sold out and went through multiple printings. Now, Jay Fotos is announcing more Frazetta books, including "Death Dealer II."
It's a good year for Firebreather. Hot on the heels of getting his own ongoing series, he's now set to be animated on Cartoon Network. His creators, Phil Hester and Andy Kuhn, talked with CBR exclusively about what fans can expect.
New Yorkers Garth Ennis & Jimmy Palmiotti invite readers to their stomping ground in September for "Back to Brooklyn," an ultra-violent, ultra-gritty mob story from Image. CBR talks to the pair about the book.
Writer Dwight MacPherson follows his successful OGN "The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo" with a new darker volume with artist Avery Butterworth. The pair speaks to CBR about "Poo 2."
Joe Kelly talks Image's "Captain Stoneheart and the Truth Fairy" hardcover, reprinting the acclaimed storybook tale lavishly illustrated by Chris Bachalo with bonus features including a dramatic reading of the story on CD.
The end of the world is nigh and humanity can call upon but one hero who's not keen on helping. Jonathan Hickman & Ryan Bodenheim take a new look at the super-archetype in “A Red Mass For Mars”
For one boy in 1930s Broolklyn, life is about the Depression, losing his dad to crime, and training a dragon. Joe Kelly talks his new series "Four Eyes," perhaps the first ever gangster-dragon-revenge epic.
Mike Mayhew is known for his striking renditions of the female form, but this fall, he's teaming with writers Jeff Frank & Dan Wickline for a different kind of striking -- the kind that draws blood. CBR sat with them to get "Savage."