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Dan Didio and Jim Lee announce the end of the WildStorm imprint, the suspension of the WildStorm universe of titles, the end of Zuda as a DC brand and the folding of WildStorm editorial into DC's newly moved digital unit.
David Steinberger, the CEO of the biggest player in digital comics, spoke with CBR News about comiXology's plans for Zuda creators, new content, reader recruitment in the age of digital comics and more.
In this week's WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Tim gets to the bottom of a Zuda mystery -- whatever happened to "I Rule the Night?" -- and finds out what else Eisner-nominated Kevin Colden has been up to.
We spoke with Peter and Bobby Timony about their instant winning Zuda webcomic, "Night Owls," being collected as a trade paperback and learned that there's still more to tell of the cast's stories.
Artist Steve Ellis stops by CBR News to talk about “High Moon,” the Wild West werewolf webcomic that took Zuda's first trophy and is due for a trade paperback collection in October.
Created by Jeremy Love and published by Zuda Comics, "Bayou" virtually swept last week's Glyph Awards, recognizing the best in comics made by, for and about people of color.
Webmaster Tim Simmons talks to CBR about The Comicbook Script Archive, a website designed to showcase the art of comics writing and featuring work by Ellis, Fraction, Bendis and more.
Zuda Comics makes its first jump to print in May with the release of a trade paperback edition of the first four chapters of Jeremy Love’s acclaimed ”Bayou.” CBR News spoke with the writer-artist about the project.
During the NYCC Zuda Comics panel, DC's online imprint shared with their audience insider stories and various plans for 2009 with the help of its assembled creative roster, "flaming" text, an impromptu sketch and their mate from down under.
Loads of news this week, including news of multiple endings for the "Watchmen" feature film, one Manhunter is out while another returns, who would have worked on "Dan Dare" had Virgin not gone under and more.
It's a big one this week, as Rich has early word on who the next Doctor Who may be, big developments with Zuda Comics properties, more "Top Ten" in the works, the Swipe File and much more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Nicholas Doan and Daniele Serra, creators of the fan-favorite Zuda Comics title "Pray For Death," join CBR to discuss in-depth their horrific drama about a serial killer-chasing cop who may be out of her league.