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In stores today is "Salamander Dream," the first full length graphic novel from Hope ("Flight," "True Porn 2") Larson, the story of a young girl's coming of age journey within a magic forest. CBR News spoke with Larson to learn more about this book.
PopImage.com's Jonathan Ellis stops by to share some photos from the Canadian National Expo, a comics and sci-fi convention held the weekend of August 26th-28th in Toronto.
Set to premiere at Comic-Con International in San Diego from Oni Press and creator Scott Chantler is the two-fisted pulp adventure, "Northwest Passage." We've got a 15-page preview to whet your appetite.
Part two of our extensive chat with Joe Casey arrives, this time talking "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" and "Infantry," plus the latest on "Fantastic Four: First Family," "Full Moon Fever," "Warhead," "Krash Bastards" and a whole lot more.
You know Joe Casey as a comics writer and a columnist here at CBR. Now, in a two-part interview conducted by Jonathan Ellis, go indepth with Casey on, well, pretty much everything. His past and current comics, some words on the future, his music and much, much more.
This March sees "Sharknife" hit stores from Oni Press. The first graphic novel by Corey Lewis, it's got all sorts of action packed sass with a story featuring a robo-magical ninja who knows how to bring the rawk.
You probably know Patrick Neighly as the author of books "Subatomic," "Texarkana" or "The Supernaturalists." In a lengthy and revealing interview, Neighly talks with Jonathan Ellis about his own work, his thoughts on the current state of the industry and much more.
This December, Joe Casey and Clement Sauve launch "Infantry" as part of Devil's Due Publishing's Aftermath imprint. We spoke with Sauve about working on the series, having "Stormwatch: Team Achilles" cancelled before he barely began and much more.
A special presentation of PopImage.com and CBR News, Pop Image's Jonathan Ellis talks with author Douglas Rushkoff about his first foray into the world of graphic novels, "Club Zero-G."