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There are dark times ahead for the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense when they receive "The Warning" in this July’s new miniseries from Dark Horse. Co-writer John Arcudi gives CBR readers a heads up.
In the four-issue, four hundred-page miniseries "Poison The Cure," the world isn't just doomed, its already gone. CBR sat down with co-creator Alex Cahill to find out what happened and to talk the benefits of Xeric Grants.
Cartoonist Nicholas Gurewitch talks to CBR News about "Perry Bible Fellowship," his increasingly popular, award-winning and always insane newspaper and Webcomics strip that's just been collected into a deluxe volume by Dark Horse.
Aspiring creator Von Allan discusses the challenges of completing his first graphic novel, "road to god knows…," the lessons he's learned along the way, and the struggles of promotion and finding a publisher.
Creator Mike LaRiccia speaks with CBR News about his original graphic novel "Black Mane," a story about race, aggression and gender, and winner of the presitgious Xeric self-publishing grant.
This October, Bigfoot rears his ugly, err, in "Proof," a series which finds Bigfoot a government agent tasked with tracking down mysterious creates said to exist, but not proven.
Danielle Corsetto created the Weekly World News' "Bat Boy" strips, and has been earning raves for her own webcomic "Girls With Slingshots" -- which features few slingshots, but a lot of girls.
In Dark Horse's Conan title, the barbarian has faced sorcerers, giant snakes, frog monsters and crazed apes. Now, he faces the biggest challenge of them all: a relaunch! We have in-depth coverage & an exclusive look at Giorello's art.
Dark Horse is set to publish an in-depth look at the history of Conan, from his first comics, to the films, to the latest graphic novels. Editor Scott Allie talked to us about "Conan: The Phenomenon."
Hellboy's former teammates at the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense have a messy time ahead in their new miniseries, "The Killing Ground." CBR News spoke with co-writer John Arcudi.
Love ain't easy for teens and neither is high school, but being a gay kid in suburbia is even harder. CBR News spoke with Abby Denson about her graphic novel "Tough Love: High School Confidential."
Cartoonist-Musician Craig Tailefer talks with CBR News about "Wahoo Morris," his rock comic about a fictional band and their occult dabbling.
Comics innovator and "From Hell" co-creator Eddie Campbell talks to CBR News about his new graphic novels, "The Black Diamond Detective Agency" and "Fate of the Artist."
Writer Jim Ottaviani talks to CBR News about his two new graphic novels, "Levitation," a story about the science of magic; and "Wire Mothers," a story about the science of love.
When Rebecca Kraatz's "House of Sugar" TPB was first submitted to Diamond for distribution, it was rejected. But when the comics community took up her cause, things suddenly changed.
Cletus McCoy is a truck driver just trying to deliver his goods, when his run is interrupted by a plague of monsters. Thus begins the action in "American Wasteland," a horror/western series by RD Hall, whom we spoke to about the series.
In 2046, the world is torn between loyalty to the government and maintaining the ideals of freedom, like some Orwellian horror. CJ Hurtt & Shawn Richter spoke about their OGN "One Last Song," in which that conflict play out.
Dr. Sketchy's is a unique artistic experience, where artists get to sketch live models of a different sort. We spoke with Molly Crabapple about her new book "Dr. Sketchy's Official Rainy Day Colouring Book."
Coming this spring from Ambrosia Publishing is "Smuggling Spirits," a decidedly different horror comic filled with nasty things that lurk in shadows. We spoke with Ben Fisher & Mike Henderson about the series.
Still catching up from this past weekend, we've got a full report from Sunday's Dark Horse Panel, with news on "Hellboy," "Star Wars," "Buffy," "Serenity," "The Goon," "MPD Psycho" and much more.