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Dan Wickline went to his first ever BlizzCon, the convention put on by "World of Warcraft" makers Blizzard Entertainment. What do Jim Lee, DC Comics and Tokyopop have to do with it? Dan filed this report.
We continue our coverage of Avatar's "Lady Death/Shi" crossover with a new interview with artist Juan Jose Ryp.
This February, two of the most popular female characters in comics meet for the very fist time. Brian Pulido handles the writing on "Lady Death/Shi," and we caught up with the writer for the details on how this cross-over got started.
Jacen Burrows is one of those unheralded artists in the industry who always delivers top notch work. His next project is "Chronicles of Wormwood" with Garth Ennis. We sat down with Burrows to see what's next.
What's next from the writer who brings you the Punisher's wild adventures and the creator of "Preacher?" A title following the Anti-Christ, of course. CBR News sat down with Garth Ennis to discuss his new Avatar Press series, "Chronicles of Wormwood."
Writer Dan Wickline checks in with a report from his visit to the Phoenix Cactus Comic-Con this past weekend in Arizona. Plus, we've got loads of photos of your favorite creators and some passionate guests.
We continue our discussion with writer Brian Pulido today as we focus on "Mischief Night." Brian introduces the series and shares some background on its origin, inspired by events from his youth.
In the first of a two-part interview, Brian Pulido talks with CBR News about creating horror icons, on working with Avatar and his latest series from the publisher, "Bad Moon Rising."
A few short weeks ago the latest Wizard World convention hit Dallas, Texas. Writer Dan Wickline and Artist Tone Rodriguez drove from Los Angeles to Dallas to visit the show and Dan dropped by with a huge number of photos and a write-up of his road/con trip.
Artists Tone Rodriguez, Nar & Mark Dos Santos created over 500 custom sketch cards each for the "Robots" and "Family Guy" trading card sets. They talk with Dan Wickline about creating all that original art for these series.