5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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The illustrator of Radical's "Caliber: First Canon of Justice," Garrie Gastonny talks about the process of creating the series' distinctive artwork, his research, collaborators and stylistic influences.
Legendary comic creator and graphic designer Jim Steranko discusses his approach to cover work on Radical Comics' new series, "Hercules: The Thracian Wars."
Radical's second title, "Caliber," retells the Arthurian legend as an American Western, with the Knights of the Round Table as gunfighters and Excalibur as a magical six-shooter.
"Marvel 1985" artist Tommy Lee Edwards goes in-depth about the hotly anticipated Mark Millar series, telling us what it means to him as a child of the '80s and why he says it's one of the best comics he's ever drawn.
The studio responsible for numerous projects across the comics and games industries, Imaginary Friends are creating artwork for Radical Comics' first tiles. We spoke with studio head Edmund Shern.
While Radical Comics announced their presence last year, they've been relatively quiet since. Not anymore. Publisher Barry Levine sat down with CBR for his first interview, detailing their plans for 2008.
Three years ago Keith Giffen and Ross Richie penned "Dominion" at Image. Next February, the series begins anew at Boom! Studios. CBR News spoke with Richie about the series and other assorted Boom! News.
This December, the popular table-top game "Warhammer 40,000" returns to the world of comics in a new series from Boom! Studios. We spoke with writer Ian Edginton for the details.
This January, Steven Grant returns to the crime genre with "Two Gun." Imagine the perfect crime. Then get it wrong. We spoke with Steven about the series and what we can expect.
While you may not know his name, you know his work. Henry Alonso Myers has been a writer on "CSI: Las Vegas" and "Charmed," but now he turns his attention to comics and Boom! Studios' "Ninja Tales."
The highly popular "Warhammer 40K" miniatures game is making its way to comics this October in a new series from Boom! Studios. We caught up with writer Dan Abnett to find out more about this series.
Writers from TV seem to be coming to comics in droves, but Johanna Stokes went the opposite direction - started in comics and moved to TV. Her episode of SciFi's "Eureka" airs tomorrow, so CBR News caught up with her to talk writing TV and comics, including the upcoming "Pirate Tales."
Later this month, Boom! Studios released the long-awaited first chapter of Yoshitaka Amano's latest creation, "Hero." Amano spoke with CBR News about the book and its history.
Just looking at the amount of work he has coming from Boom! Studios, writer Michael Alan Nelson seems to be their go to guy of late. We caught up with Nelson to discuss the upcoming "Pirate Tales," "The Enigma Cipher" and more.
As part of theBLVD virtual studio, Tommy Lee Edwards is one of a team of artists who's work influences and is seen in comics, film. TV and video games. CBR News spoke with Edwards about the sketchbook and much more.
With the "Dave Johnson Full-Color Sketchbook 2006" coming from Boom! Studios this August, we caught up with Johnson for a quick chat on what we can expect to find in this, his second sketchbook.
Steven Grant is bringing his popular 1980s character back to life this August with a new lead in "Whisper" #0 from Boom! Studios. CBR News spoke with Grant about the differences between this and what came before, and on placing "Whisper" in the middle of the disastrous Hurricane Katrina. Updated with additional art.
Later this year, Mark Waid will wow his fans with something decidedly different-- "John Doe." The limited series from Boom! Studios stars a character who, with a network of operatives, names the unnamed dead of Potter's Field in New York City. Waid stopped by for a quick chat to discuss the preview book.