How Lee & Kirby's "Fantastic Four" Birthed the Marvel Universe, Part 1
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Max Allan Collins explains why he's one of the "most hated" "Batman" writers ever, his amusement at Jason Todd's fate and his upcoming TV series.
The cartoonist tells the tale of a town full of teenagers left to their own devices, living and learning the path of adolescence and adulthood on their own.
With a new anthology and Dover's reissue of his first miniseries, Simmons' adventurer Arron Day -- aka Blackjack -- is back in a big way.
The influential writer talks with CBR about stories, spirituality, collaboration, his next "Augusta Wind" series and the 'benevolent conspiracy.'
The acclaimed cartoonist discusses his long-running series, what went into collecting the just-released omnibus and more.
The cartoonist spoke with CBR about her new children's book - starring everyone's favorite pony - her new "Hark! A Vagrant" collection and more.
Trina Robbins' new book is a celebration of four great women who spun tales of female heroes battling the Axis powers during WWII.
CBR spoke with acclaimed creator Kieron Dwyer about his return to comics after years in advertising and kickstarting his new ongoing series.
The acclaimed cartoonist, long known for his nonfictional comics about historical mysteries has now crafted a fictional one starring actress Louise Brooks.
The acclaimed writer and artist spoke with CBR about their new, very different sort of graphic novel.
Speaking with CBR about his career, the legendary creator explains why he likes seeing his older work recolored, and the importance of serendipity.
CBR's Alex Dueben recounts what he learned from Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples' first "Saga" HC, which turned out to be the important lessons.
Peggy Burns reveals her excitement about the company's future while reflecting on D+Q's sometimes rocky past.
The cartoonist shares the secret origin of his "exaggerated auto-bio" comic with CBR, and his plans for the future of the Oafiverse.
The artist behind seminal stories like "Kraven's Last Hunt" and the first "Punisher" series reflects on his career, and its Marvel Comics highlights.
Seth tells CBR about the new chapter of “Clyde Fans,” continuing the autobiographical tale “Nothing Lasts” and building a barber shop.
The legendary artist spoke with CBR about his many projects and collaborators, and wanting to be like Alex Raymond when he grew up.
The cartoonist discusses her swamp animal kids book, lessons learned from Charles Schulz and why "The Peanuts Movie" is on the right track.
The award-winning cartoonist talks about "Fatherland," her new OGN that looks at the life of her father, a Serbian terrorist who was killed when she was a child.
The legendary writer discusses half a century in comics, Ultron and the Vision, staying as busy as ever and why he no longer reads Marvel or DC series.