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After a 20-year break, artist Jamie Hewlett returns to Tank Girl, re-teaming with co-creator Alan Martin for Titan's "21st Century Tank Girl."
Alan Martin's Tank Girl returns in "The Power of Tank Girl," collecting three plutonium-deprived stories drawn by Rufus Dayglo & Ashley Wood.
Alan Martin discusses his and co-creator Jamie Hewlett's Tank Girl reunion as part of a new, 100-page, hardcover, Kickstarter-funded book.
"Tank Girl" creator Alan Martin and artist Warwick Johnson-Cadwell discuss "Solid State Tank Girl," the latest outing for the cult UK heroine that finds the title character battling her ultimate nemesis - Anti-Tank Girl.
Writer Alan Martin spoke with ROBOT 6 about working with artist Jim Mahfood for "Everybody Loves Tank Girl" and reteaming with co-creator Jamie Hewlett on a new non-Tank Girl project.
Courtesy of Titan Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the "Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising" HC by Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo. The collection goes on sale January 4, 2012.
In advance of the release of the "Tank Girl: Skidmarks" collection, Titan Books has given CBR the full first issue of Alan Martin and Rufus Daglo's miniseries exclusively. The collection hist stores Tuesday, August 24.
Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo, the creators behind Tank Girl's latest adventure, drop some bombs on what to expect in the one-shot, what makes Tank Girl so irresistible and what the future holds for the ass-kicking adventurer.
"Tank Girl" artist Rufus Dayglo talks with CBR about the upcoming "Dark Nuggets" one-shot to be released through Image Comics. Plus, check out an exclusive eight-page preview of the comic!
As if being published by Titan Books, Judge Dredd Megazine and IDW weren't enough, Image has announced plans to publish some "Tank Girl" one-shots. Co-creator and writer Alan Martin spoke with CBR about the deal.
"Tank Girl: Remastered " continues the revitalization of the chaotic heroine from the minds of Gorillaz artist Jamie Hewlett and writer Alan Martin. We talked to Martin about the new editions, as well as new material for IDW.