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Following up on March's "Women of Power" variants, the "Mighty Men of Marvel" are covering the publisher's July titles.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and a handful of artists make "Action Comics" #50 "wonderfully dramatic" and "as Superman-esque as one could ever hope for."
Superman's attempts at returning to his former glory take an unexpected turn in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and Ardian Syaf's "Action Comics" #49.
Clark Kent attempts to continue life as Superman despite his depleted powers in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott Kolins' "Action Comics" #45.
The epic “Truth” arc reaches its finale as Superman discovers the source of the Shadow Warriors in Greg Pak & Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #44.
The creative team behind DC's "Action Comics" spoke with CBR TV about the nature of their collaboration and how it changed following "Convergence."
"Action Comics" #41 "may be tied into the overall 'Truth' storyline, but Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder continue to bring their own voice to the title."
Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder discuss the major changes coming for Superman and his supporting cast in the story arc "Truth."
"Truth" continues in August, and CBR has the exclusive first glimpse at DC Comics' "Action Comics" #43 and "Superman/Wonder Woman" #20.
As hell bubbles through into an isolated Smallville in Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #38, all is not quite as it seems.
Greg Rucka, Eleanor Davis, Jimmie Robinson, Aaron Kuder, Stuart Moore, Elizabeth Breitweiser and other creators share their favorite comics of 2014, and more!
Greg Pak talks about placing Smallville and Superman in the middle of a horrific situation, and why the Man of Steel needs his own 'Joker.'
DC Comics' Champions of Justice panel brought together some of its biggest creators to discuss "Justice League," "Wonder Woman" and beyond.
Writers and artists from Dan Jurgens to Greg Capullo discuss DC Comics' upcoming "Futures End" issues and events at Baltimore Comic-Con.
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
Superman succumbs to Doomsday's virus and transforms into SuperDoom in DC Comics' "Action Comics" #33 by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
As Doomsday infects the Man of Steel, "Action Comics" writer Greg Pak explores how Lana, Lois, Steel and Krypto will feel the effects of Superman's battle.
"Action Comics" artist Aaron Kuder relates his adventures as a bartender and bouncer, and his love for the great outdoors of Arkansas.
Aaron Kuder, Greg Pak, Scott Snyder and Charles Soule joined forces at C2E2 to discuss the Man of Steel.
Day 2 of C2E2 opened with DC's New 52 panel, where Dan Jurgens, Gail Simone, Jimmy Palmiotti, and more discuss what's coming up next.
Writer Aaron Kuder speaks about his arc on "Superboy," Jon Lane Kent's chronic illness and the true villain at the heart of the time-hopping teen's story
Writers Scott Lobdell, Greg Pak and Charles Soule team for "Superman: Doomed," a crossover event pitting the Man of Steel vs. Doomsday.
"Action Comics" #28 creative team Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder offer up a fun issue with "a strong voice that also fits the character."
After a 2013, Brett believes that Superman's back in a big way for 2014, thanks to the work of creators Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
"Action Comics" writer Greg Pak discusses the new Lana Lang, the opening issues of his run and the humanity -- and insecurities -- of Clark Kent, AKA Superman.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott McDaniel take Superman on a "Zero Year"-era origin with "Action Comics" #25, "the best sort of tie-in" to an event.
Greg Pak spoke with CBR TV about his work on "Batman/Superman" and "Action Comics," why he loves writing Clark Kent in the New 52 and more!
The new "Action Comics" creative team of Greg Pak & Aaron Kuder kicks off their run with a "Zero Year" tie-in in featuring a cocky young Superman.
The new creative team on "Action Comics," Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, discuss Superman, the new characters populating their run and "Zero Year."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an advance preview of "Action Comics" #25, a "Zero Year" tie-in by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder. Get to know a cocky young Superman on November 6!
Tim chats with soon-to-be-superstar artist Aaron Kuder about what it's like to write and draw comics and how his upcoming "Superman: Parasite" Villains Month one-shot came to be. Plus, exclusive art!
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
The newly-minted "Batman/Superman" writer and the recent Superman family artist will join forces as Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder lay claim to "Action Comics" starting with November's #25.
Charles Soule, Peter Tomasi, Sterling Gates and more writers and artists join top editors Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase at C2E2 to discuss the latest developments in DC Comics' New 52.
"Green Lantern Corps" writer Peter Tomasi and "Green Lantern: New Guardians" writer Tony Bedard join forces to discuss the upcoming "Wrath Of The First Lantern" crossover.
"Green Lantern" artist Doug Mahnke and "Green Lantern: New Guardians" artist Aaron Kuder Spoke with CBR about the "Rise of the Third Army," developing the visuals for DC Comics' newest creepy alien threat and more.
With DC Comics' New 52 passing its first anniversary, a handful of creators including Jeff Lemire, Bernard Chang, and Joshua Fialkov met with fans at New York Comic Con to discuss their series and what comes next.
In September's "Avenging Spider-Man" #12, "Mad" & "Robot Chicken" writer Kevin Shinick makes his Marvel debut and CBR spoke with him about his Spidey/Deadpool team-up.
Tim concludes his talk with hot new artist Aaron Kuder as they discuss the importance of background details, the challenge of the Legion and a beloved superhero swine who just might appear by the end of the summer.
Tim talks with soon-to-be-breakout Legion and Spider-Man artist Aaron Kuder on his early days as an Art Adams comic book reader and how a whole lot of message board drawing contests led him on a ten-year journey to success.