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Four girls with guns, a delusional robot, a crashed spaceship and a furry bad guy in a comic packed with guns, explosions, aliens and edgy humor, wrapped in a Mike Wieringo cover. That's "Hyperkinetic," the latest miniseries by Howard Shum.
All seasons change. Or do they? As "Lions, Tigers & Bears" creator Mike Bullock reveals in his new graphic novel, “Secrets of the Seasons,” those changes have a lot to do with a family of elves called the Gimoles.
As Image's “The Walking Dead” reaches it’s milestone fiftieth issue, Executive Director Eric Stephenson joins CBR to look back on the book’s origins, what has made it such an enduring series, and to look toward in its future.
With Image Comics’ “The Walking Dead” reaching a landmark fiftieth issue, series artist Charlie Adlard stops by CBR to talk about the book, from reading it, to drawing it, and how it has changed him over the last four years.
"The zombie movie that never ends,” Robert Kirkman’s Image series “The Walking Dead” is showing no signs of slowing down as it reaches it’s fiftieth issue. We spoke with Kirkman about the book's history and what's coming next.
Rantz Hoseley ("Comic Book Tattoo") and newcomer Matt Humphreys talk to CBR News about their new Shadowline mini "Vix," a story about a teen girl with superpowers she actually likes.
What happens when a bottom rung stage magician finds himself in a crazy realm where magic is very real? What doesn’t happen? Joe Casey and Andy Suriano answer those questions and more in Image's "Charlatan Ball."
It happened to Batman, Superman and Spider-Man, to name a few. A classic origin going back 70 years, writer Mark Andrew Smith has made the death of superheroes' parents the key to saving humanity in “Kill All Parents."
Pretty Boy Floyd, Baby Face Nelson and Machine Gun Kelly were the original original gangsters, and now these classic criminals team to take down Al Capone in "Pretty Baby Machine," a new mini from Shadowline.
If having your lover killed and your hometown destroyed by the Gods sounds like a Greek tragedy, you're not wrong, but creator Bob LeFevre puts a Sin City-esque spin on mythology with the ambitious "Aletheia."
What do you get when you cross a giant evil dragon with a human woman and mix in some teen angst? You get Duncan Rosenblatt, a.k.a Firebreather, the cult fave character whose adventures are going monthly.
Most superheroes have a secret identity. Gemini's is so secret; even he doesn't know what it might be. Creator Jay Faerber talks to CBR News about his new split-personality hero, Gemini.
You'd think being unable feel pain would qualify as a super power in a comic book. Think again. Victor Riches, Steven Grant and Tom Mandrake tell a thrilling tale of human slavery, a quest to feel, and of trying to find "The Safest Place."
"Aqua Leung" is an ambitious new Image Comics graphic novel series that puts a new and often humorous spin on the legend of Atlantis, and creators Mark Smith & Paul Maybury talk to CBR about the project.
Following on the success of their "Archibald Saves Christmas" one-shot, creators Grant Bond and Dwight MacPherson return to the violent, cartoon-noir world of the anarchic aardvark Archibald in "Archibald Saves Easter."
Four monsters embark on a road trip to Hollywood in Shadowline's "Urban Monsters," and the creators talk to CBR about what the American Dream means when you're not quite (or extremely not) human.
CBR News talks to "PvP' creator Scott Kurtz and the cartoonists at Halfpixel, who've joined forces to write the definitive guide for present and future webcomics creators with the aptly named "How To Create Webcomics."
Writer Todd DeZago spoke with CBR News about the return of "The Perhapanauts," the switch from Dark Horse to Image, and what readers new and old can expect from the upcoming annual.
After ten years without a conclusion to his cliffhanger final issue, Scud The Disposable Assassin returns to comics stands as creator Rob Schrab picks up where he left a decade ago.
Joe Casey and artist Axel 13 dive into OEL manga with February's "Krash Bastards" graphic novel from Image Comics. The team talks to CBR about style, substance, and the long road to the racks.