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During a panel at Comic-Con International, "The Goon" creator Eric Powell announced that he will be taking his book monthly in 2008, talked up the upcoming "Chinatown" OGN, and shived a fan.
Mark Waid trades his Spandex for street clothes and writing for editing. And that's just the start of what Boom! Studios had to announce Friday.
Indie hit the Black Coat returns in a new mini-series, "The Black Coat: ' ...or give me death.'" CBR News spoke with writer Ben Lichius about the new adventures of his cult character.
This January, H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulu mythos comes to monthly comics in the Boom! Studios ongoing "Cthulu Tales." CBR News spoke with Boom!'s Ross Richie and writer Michael Alan Nelson.
With the first issue of "Athena Voltaire: Flight of the Falcon" in stores today, we caught up with creator Steve Bryant for an update as well as a 22-page preview from issue #1!
Sure, perhaps the Apocalypse doesn't sound that bad, but as Boom! Studios is going to show you, it sure ain't gonna be too fun for the survivors. We spoke to the "Savage Brothers" creative team to get prepared.
With fans attending CCI this week getting their first look at Joe Casey's "The Black Plague," we caught up with Casey to get a 7-page preview as well as some background on the Boom! Studios release.
Started just over a year ago, Boom! Studios has been impressing many with it's line of comics filled with top name creators and exciting new comers. CBR News caught up with Publisher Ross Richie to look back on Boom!'s first year in operation.
It's not easy surviving in today's comic book market, but David Hedgecock and Brent Erwin aren't your average creators. Hedgecock spoke to CBR News about his company Ape Entertainment, how to submit your work, and what's coming next. Includes loads of preview art.
While it started life as a webcomic and suffered the collapse of one publishing company, "Athena Voltaire" has found a new home with Ape Entertainment. We spoke with the creative team of Steve Brant, Paul Daly and Chad Fidler about this adventure comic in the style of "Indiana Jones" and "Tomb Raider."
With Boom! Studios' "Cthulu Tales" hitting stands today, CBR News caught up with the entire writing team of Keith Giffen, John Rogers, Andrew Cosby, Johanna Stokes & Michael Alan Nelson for a final peek at the horror they'v cooked up.
Alex Sheikman's "Robotika" has been turning heads with it's striking art and intriguing storyline. But who is the man behind the comic? We profile Sheikman and learn about his beginnings in comics, his day job at NASA and much more.
With "Abadazad" debuting at Hyperion soon, and books like "Hero Squared" and "Stardust Kid" chugging along, J.M. DeMatteis is in a busy, busy place. We caught up with the scribe to get the latest on those series, plus he's shared a track from his CD, soon to be back into print.
Mark Smylie made a name for himself creating the epic fantasy series "Artesia." Now, in addition to the creator-owned comic, Smylie serves as publisher of books like "Mouse Guard" and "Robotika" through Archaia Studios Press. We spoke with Smylie to see what's in store for his comic and company.
Ape Entertainment's "The Black Coat" arrives in stores today, after it's original publisher closed up shop the week the first issue was set to arrive. We talk with the creative team to learn about their journey bringing the Revolutionary War era spy story to market.
Michael Alan Nelson has seen his life change rather dramatically in recent years. Discovering comics only six years ago, he's thrown himelf into the industry writing "War of the Worlds: Second Wave" and "X Isle" for Boom! Studios. We caught up with Nelson to learn more about his journey, plans for both books and more.
Last week at the New York Comic-Con, three master storytellers-- Neal Adams, Jim Lee and Jim Steranko-- discussed their craft in a lively discussion Sunday afternoon. What are the keys to success for a storyteller? Come on inside to find out.
As the last New York Comic Con reports trickle in, we bring you CBR's report from the Slave Labor Comics panel. Will we see a Zombie Bambi Comic? Only CBR knows.
Day Two of the New York Comic Con has been filled with many surprises, both good and bad, but fans were thrilled to see Kevin Smith again. The noted filmmaker spoke candidly about his current projects, late comic book projects and if he'll come back to the industry.
The news came fast and furious at Todd McFarlane's NY Comic-Con panel, including revelation of an upcoming "Spawn/Batman" series with DC Comics, "Spawn 2" film news, the B&W "Spawn: Godslayer" and much more.