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Check out new previews of BOOM! Studios titles on sale this week, including two new debuts, "The Big Con Job" and "Halogen."
Max Bemis' "Oh, Killstrike" makes its debut in May, along with a new Bravest Warriors series, "Lantern City" and more!
Archaia debuts an all-new series, "Plunder," and we have the preview right here for you, along with the rest of Archaia and BOOM! Studios releases.
BOOM! Studios releases new issues of "Lumberjanes, "Dead Letters," "Sons of Anarchy" and more. Read previews of everything today.
Read BOOM! previews headed to stores this Wednesday including "Hexed" #6, "Regular Show" #19, "Suicide Risk #21 and more!
Read previews of BOOM! Studios' new comics set for release this week including "Butterfly," "Capture Creatures," "Amazing World of Gumball" & more.
Writer Josh Tierney presents a tale of two princesses in Archaia's "Spera: Ascension of the Starless," available in a hardcover edition Nov. 19.
The acclaimed artist discusses his contribution to Archaia's Jim Henson inspired anthology, a story based on an old Irish myth.
The fourth volume of Josh Tierney's "Spera" series leads heroines Pira and Lono into war with "Ascension of the Starless."
Archaia presents the second chapter of Marguerite Bennett and Antonio Fuso's "Butterfly," on sale this Wednesday, October 22.
Writer/artist Kyla Vanderklugt brings a panoramic look to "Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Witches" #2, on sale now from Archaia.
"Snarked" creator Roger Langridge talks his "well-spoken and well-dressed" Yeti, plus "Jim Henson's The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow."
CBR has the first interview with cartoonist/animator Yehudi Mercado about his latest Archaia project, sci-fi family adventure "Rocket Salvage."
"Iron: Or, The War After" creator S.M. Vidaurri discusses his folktale fusion contribution to the upcoming witch-themed "Jim Henson's The Storyteller."
Kate Leth and Jake Myler discuss taking Jim Henson's Fraggles on an epic quest in "Journey to the Everspring."
"Grace of Monaco" screenwriter Arash Amel teams with Marguerite Bennett and artist Antonio Fuso for his generational super-spy epic "Butterfly."
Roger Langridge, who earned acclaim for his run on "The Muppets," returns to Jim Henson's world with "The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow."
Shaun Manning & Anna Wieszczyk's "Interesting Drug" "defies time constraints and offers readers an imaginative escape."
Archaia's acclaimed "Hacktivist" miniseries by Alyssa Milano, Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly & Marcus To concludes with the fate of the world on the line.
R.J. Ryan and David Marquez's "The Joyners in 3D" OGN is "a game-changer, reawakening 3D comics" and "a thing of beauty" in stereoscopic 3D.
Writer Shaun Manning asks the question of what happens if a narcotic can induce time travel in his and artist Anna Wieszczyk's "Interesting Drug."
Writer/artist Hub unleashes the fourth volume of "Okko," featuring a wedding, 100 samurai and demon hunters, in February.
Tom Hammock and Megan Hutchison discuss their newest Archaia project, "An Aurora Grimeon Story: Will o' the Wisp" at the CBR Speakeasy.
Moro Rogers unearths The Serpent Crown in "City in the Desert: Vol. 2," and the cartoonist tells CBR, "You can't take the monsters out of nature without breaking it."
Collaborators D.S. Talon and E.G. Thompson mix historical fiction with fantasy in their first Archaia graphic novel, "Beautiful Scars."
Alyssa Milano, Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly & Marcus To's "Hacktivist" #1 is an issue that "inspires thought, both wondrous and fearful."
The "Return of the Dapper Men" creative team of Jim McCann and Janet K. Lee have acquired the rights of the property from BOOM! and Archaia. UPDATED with a statement from BOOM! Studios.
Archaia's latest tie-in to online video game "Hawken" is a five-issue miniseries from the team of Dan Abnett and Federico Dallocchio.
Artist Jim Mahfood talks about Archaia's "Hawken: Melee" #2, his new "Visual Funk" art book from IDW and the future of "D.I.S.C.O. Destroyer."
"Fables" writer Bill Willingham and more join David Petersen in this exclusive preview of Archaia's "Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard" Vol. 2 #4.
BOOM! Studios Ross Richie, Managing Editor Bryce Carlson and Vice President of Development Stephen Christy talk about the company's past, present and future at the New York Comic Con.
Archaia's "Mouse Guard" panel brought creator David Petersen to New York Comic Con to discuss his creative process, mouse-scale merchandise, and the upcoming "Weasel War of 1149" storyline.
Writer Chris Northrop visits the CBR Speakeasy to talk about his new Archaia graphic novel "The Reason for Dragons," how BOOM!'s purchase of Archaia is a good thing, and working with Sean Murphy.
Fox and BOOM! Studios (plus imprint Archaia Entertainment) have agreed to a multifaceted deal, set to split a share of potential gross from adapted properties between the publisher and the original creators.
Film production designer Tom Hammock and artist Megan Hutchison join forces to create the supernatural coming of age drama "An Aurora Grimeon Story: Will O' The Wisp" for Archaia.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard" v2 #3 by David Petersen, Eric Canete, C.P. Wilson III and Cory Godbey, on sale September 25.
Actor and "Moon Lake" v2 creator Dan Fogler tells CBR about his second horror/sci-fi anthology, his love of the format, what role he wants in "Star Wars," how he almost played Sam Kinison and more.
"Rubicon" author Mark Long discusses adapting Kurosawa's "Seven Samurai" to reflect modern warfare, developing characters in the middle of a fire fight and the responsibility to paint a realistic picture of war.
Actress Alyssa Milano tells CBR about her comics debut with Archaia's "Hacktivist," a techno-thriller about social media founders who moonlight as black-hat hackers fighting to do the right thing.
The writers and voices behind "The Thrilling Adventure Hour" took Comic-Con International by storm, giving a behind-the-scenes look at the show and their first graphic novel.