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Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones," the official adaptation of Martin's epic fantasy novels featuring covers by Alex Ross.
Spinning out of Dynamite's "Kirby: Genesis," writer Sterling Gates explores Jack Kirby's Pacific Comics character Captain Victory and his crew in a new series.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Rocketeer Adventures" #4. Featuring covers by creator Dave Stevens and Alex Ross, the issue lands in stores August 31.
Flash Gordon makes his triumphant return to comics at Dynamite Entertainment with "Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist" featuring story and designs by Alex Ross and written by Eric Trautmann.
Following yesterday's announcement of The Shadow coming to Dynamite, the publisher today announced the addition of the David Liss-written "The Spider" to its stable of licensed characters.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that The Shadow, Conde Nast's popular pulp hero icon, will be joining the publisher's line up of licensed characters.
Graphic designer Chip Kidd spoke with CBR TV about his approach to designing logos, working with Alex Ross, the status of his long-gestating Batman graphic novel, Grant Morrison's "New X-Men" logo and more.
Dynamite Entertainment expand the "Kirby: Genesis" universe with the Sterling Gates-scripted "Captain Victory," a new series set to launch in October.
Multiple Eisner Award winner Jill Thompson spoke with CBR TV about her and Evan Dorkin's "Beasts of Burden," it's current movie adaptation status, modeling for Alex Ross' "Kingdom Come" paintings and more.
CBR News has an exclusive look at art created by Alex Ross in preparation for Warner Bros.' big screen adaptation of DC Comics' Green Lantern mythos.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at Alex Ross' cover for the Kurt Busiek-scripted "Kirby: Genesis" #5, in stores this October.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "Kirby Genesis" #1 by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross and Jack Herbert. Jack Kirby's creations are re-imagined starting June 15, 2011.
With the recent #0 issue launching Dynamite's new Jack Kirby character universe, the writer behind "Kirby: Genesis" explains how he and Alex Ross turned the real life work of the King of Comics into cosmic fiction.
Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive, extended preview of "Kirby: Genesis" #0. Written by Kurt Busiek with art by Alex Ross and Jackson Herbert & based on Jack Kirby's concepts, the issue hits May 25.
Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau have reteamed to bring "The Bionic Man" to comics in a new Dynamite Entertainment series based a script Smith wrote in 1998 for a "Six Million Dollar Man" movie.
The superstar painter opens up his sketchbook for a first look at the designs based on the King of Comics lost heroes for Dynamite's "Kirby Genesis," the forthcoming Kurt Busiek/Alex Ross epic.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with exclusive first looks at Darick Robertson's cover for "The Boys" #56 and Ryan Sook and Alex Ross' covers for "Kirby: Genesis" #2.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Green Hornet" #15. The issue, by Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau with covers by Lau, Hester and Alex Ross, hits stores April 30.
"Kirby: Genesis," the universe-launching series based on Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters, kicks off in May with a $1 #0 issue and finished art by Jack Herbert over Alex Ross layouts and a Kurt Busiek script.
The Hero Initiative is teaming with DC Comics for the first time with 100 copies of "Justice League of America" #50 customized by artists including Alex Ross, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Tony Parker and more.
CBR News takes readers inside the story summit behind Dynamite Entertainment's gathering of Jack Kirby's creator-owned characters in one epic by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross with an exclusive first look at the #0 issue.
Today, DC Comics announced that "Action Comics" #900 will receive a variant cover painted by Alex Ross, a dramatic reinterpretation of the original "Action Comics" #1 cover by Superman co-creator Joe Shuster.
It will fall to The Lone Ranger to avenge the death of Zorro in a new 5-issue miniseries from Dynamite Entertainment. Written by Ande Parks, the historic crossover launches in March of 2011.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Thursday, December 2, including Alex Ross' "Bring the Thunder" #1, "The Boys" #49, "Raise the Dead 2 " #1and more.
Pop! returns with the second half of George Khoury and Alex Ross' discussion of "Kingdom Come," closing out the topic by looking at the artist's return to the original concepts with the JSA "Kingdom" arc.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" #10, written by Smith with art by Jonathan Lau. Smith's final issue hits stores November 24.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" #9, by Kevin Smith and artist Jonathan Lau. The story continues on November 10.
Creator Alex Ross and writer Jai Nitz shed light on Dynamite Entertainment’s upcoming collaboration with State Street Pictures, discussing the idea behind creating a superhero born from modern wartime conflict.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new series, "Bring the Thunder," created, plotted and designed by Alex Ross. Featuring painted covers by the superstar artist, "Thunder" roars into stores in December.
George Khoury examines the impact of Alex Ross and Mark Waid's "Kingdom Come" limited series on the mid-'90s comic industry, the story's genesis and Ross' original intent.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Alex Ross' cover for "Kevin Smith' Green Hornet" #1, the final issue of the storyline based on Smith's original screenplay.
Eric Trautmann, the latest writer to take Vampirella under his wing, spoke with CBR about the assignment, teasing a bit about his first arc and the plans he has for the femme fatale from the planet Draculon.
Kurt Busiek spoke with CBR TV about developing the potential "Astro City" movie, the general concept behind the acclaimed comic, his new collaboration with Alex Ross, his new Batman project and more.