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Alex de Campi opens about Archie Andrews' upcoming run-in with the Predator, Archie Comics' creative renaissance and the origins of "Grindhouse."
Alex de Campi and R.M. Guera's "Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out" #1 is "deliciously bonkers" and "fun, pure and simple."
Alex de Campi speaks with CBR News about the genesis of her ongoing digital comic, and where the eponymous hero will be headed next.
What was to have been a 15-year retrospective on "The Goon" became, in Eric Powell's absence, a discussion on modern horror comics and old horror movies.
Writer Alex de Campi returns to the world of "Grindhouse" at Dark Horse with "Scalped" artist R.M. Guera for "Drive In, Bleed Out."
"Grindhouse" writer Alex de Campi discusses the newly announced "Archie Meets Predator," where the Riverdale gang faces off against fiction's deadliest hunter.
Fox's lethal hunter from outer space arrives in Riverdale when "Archie Meets Predator" in 2015.
"It’s good for cartoons, for the graphic form," the cartoonist says! Interviews with Alex de Campi, Gilbert Hernandez, Ben Katchor and MariNaomi! Plus much more!
With "Grindhouse" returning this November for a second season, Alex de Campi shares her shocking, horrifying, and salaciously outrageous plans for the book.
Alex de Campi and Rey Villegas bring "Lady Zorro" #1 to Dynamite which finds the hero thrown off course due to her own personal vendetta.
IDW's new ongoing, "My Little Pony: Friends Forever," features rotating creative teams and kicks off with a story by Alex de Campi & Carla Speed McNeil.
Writer Alex de Campi tells CBR about her plans for the first issue of IDW's new ongoing two-pony team-up series "My Little Pony: Friends Forever."
Dark Horse announced horror titles “Veil” by Greg Rucka and “Bad Blood” by Jonathan Maberry at their horror-theme panel which included Alex de Campi, Tim Seeley and more.
Writer Alex de Campi spoke with CBR News about her new, horror-filled Dark Horse Comics series "Grindhouse," which brings B-movies to the forefront of comics.
Fiona Staples, Ming Doyle, Amy Reeder, Christine Larsen, Alex de Campi, Jordie Bellaire and Jennifer de Guzman discussed the unique challenges facing female comic creators during their NYCC panel.
Alex de Campi and James Broxton spoke with CBR about their new project "Ashes," which they've turned to Kickstarter to fund, selling off publishing and film rights as well. Plus, an exclusive look at the book!
The Eisner Award nominated writer of "Smoke" returns to comics with "Valentine," an all-new historical fiction adventure debuting today in thirteen languages and on a wide variety of e-reader devices.