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Writer-artist Mike Hawthorne returns to his "Hysteria" series this March at Image Comics to tell the tale of a "One Man Gang." Come inside, if you can take it...
CBR News caught up with writer Bruce Jones to talk about his plans for the new "Warlord" and what readers can expect from his One Year Later "Nightwing."
Come inside and learn the true history of the Jewish Mafia and Murder Incorporated as told by writer Neil Kleid and artist Jake Allen in "Brownsville," from NBM Publishing. These guys make the Sopranos look like a bunch of wimps.
We talked with Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson talk about their latest project, "Supermarket," which includes a Yakuza crime family, a Porno Swede crime family, and some gutter rats. You know you wanna find out more...
Writer Bill Willingham shares his thoughts about writing the world's most famous sidekick, and gives readers a hint of what they can expect from his new "Shadowpact" series
When the month of March, 2006, comes around, fans of Scott Kurtz can find two reasons to celebrate. Join us as we talk to him and the creative team on his latest project, "Truth, Justin & The American Way," in addition to chatting about "PvP" #25.
"Hard Time: Season Two" hit stands last Wednesday, so CBR News checked in with writer Steve Gerber had to say about going back to the big house. Come on inside to read what he said and see a preview of issue #2.
Silver Sable, Marvel's sexiest mercenary, is back and this time around she's stuck with a partner she doesn't necessarily want - Dominic Fortune. Writer Brandan Cahill spoke with CBR News about updating these classic characters, and also gave us a quick education on the pros and cons of webcomics.
Ares, God of War, joins the Marvel U in the January debuting five-issue miniseries written by Michael Oeming. He's moving to the suburbs to raise his son. To find out how Ares' half-brother Hercules feels about this, we sat down with Oeming to chat about the series.
"Spawn" has started down a new path with a new creative team as of issue #150. CBR News spoke with Todd McFarlane, the book's creator, to learn more about this new direction and to find out if Spawn is where he wants it to be 13 years after its debut.
This January, Marvel brings back two of its coolest women characters in a four-issue miniseries. CBR News spoke with Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti about how these heroines were selected for a revamp and what kind of craziness readers can expect.
CBR News caught up with writer Devin Grayson to discuss the current direction of the series which finds Dick in a "Donnie Brasco" type story. What's it mean for the character? How does it all dovetail into "Infinite Crisis?" And how much longer will the writer be on the title? Come on inside to find out.
What would happen were you to take a hero pulled straight from the '60s and place him alongside a team of super-heroes from the 21st century? Jim Valentino & Neil Kleid explore just that scenario in the upcoming "The Intimidators" from Image Comics.
This December, Duncan Rouleau ("M. Rex," "Action Comics") brings his creator owned graphic novel "The Nightmarist" to invade the dreams of comic fans from Active Images.
You know actor Marlan Wayans from films like "White Chicks" and "Scary Movie." This December, you'll get to know Marlan Wayans as the writer and star of the IDW Publishing series "Super Bad James Dynomite." CBR News chatted with Marlan to get the Dynomite details.
CBR News sat down for a lengthy chat with writer Ed Brubaker to dsicuss two upcoming mini-series he's writing, "The Books of Doom" and "X-Men: Deadly Genesis." Plus, some comments on "Captain America" and a whole boatload of preview art. Updated with three more pages from "Books of Doom."
With the "Fantastic Four/Iron Man: Big In Japan" mini-series shipping to comic shops today, CBR News caught up with writer Zeb Wells to learn more about the coming battle between giant monsters and superheroes.
This December sees the return of Peter David's "Fallen Angel" to comic shops in a new mini-series from IDW Publishing. CBR News caught up with IDW EiC Chris Ryall to learn more about how the deal went down, plus we spoke with artist JK Woodward who dicussed his role on the book and his art process. Includes an 11 page preview.
Christos n. Gage has written for TV's "Law & Order: SVU" and is currently working on CBS' new series "Numbers." This October, he's writing for himself in the upcoming "Paradox," a new mini-series that melds the genres of fantasy and police procedurals.
This October, John Layman exploress the father & son dynamic in "Armageddon & Son," where the father (the evil spy) calls upon his long-lost slacker son to help save him from the henchmen he once employed, who are now out to kill him. Includes the first 24 pages from the graphic novel.