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This fall, books from "Fables" to "Astro City" will sport story pages as their covers in the latest move for Vertigo's "Defy" branding.
This week, logo treatments and silhouettes rule as "Constantine," "The United States of Murder Inc." and "Detective Comics" all make the grade.
Kurt Busiek & Brent Anderson take a day hour-by-hour in "Astro City" #13, featuring some of the "best artwork on the series to date."
Graham Nolan discusses his "Astro City" fill-in, working on "Joe Frankenstein" with Chuck Dixon and moving "Sunshine State" to GoComics.
Everything old is new again as painter Alex Ross tackles Adam West, Burt Ward and the heroes of Astro City in his latest cover work.
Alex Ross takes two out of five slots while the covers for "Fables," "Secret Avengers" and "Nightcrawler" all represent.
Sick of the same old books? These comics are the cure all for Wednesday malaise -- tragically overlooked titles that deliver the goods each and every month!
Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Graham Nolan discuss "Astro City" #12, the first series issue drawn by a guest artist from start to finish.
Writer Kurt Busiek speaks to CBR about "Astro City's" return at Vertigo, his four-part Winged Victory story and the current superhero pop culture landscape.
Greg McElhatton gives the Broken Man-starring "Astro City" #5 4 stars, saying "Any time [Kurt] Busiek and [Brent] Anderson want to play with traditional storytelling, I'm in."
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #3 by Kurt Busiek and Brad Anderson 4 stars, saying the issue serves as "a reminder that the superhero genre isn't dead."
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews the second issues of "Astro City," "Batman/Superman," "Superman Unchained" & Brian Wood's "X-Men" to see if they hold up under the scrutiny of an old Stan Lee saying.
This week, Astro City receives a visitor from beyond, the Fearless Defenders "Fight!," things get explosive for the Winter Soldier and Scooby-Doo gets a message from the stars.
With the acclaimed series returning as a Vertigo title after a three-year absence from comic store shelves, painter Alex Ross explains how he worked to mature the look of "Astro City's" heroes
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #1 by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson 4 stars, saying the anticipated launch issue "reminds readers just how much fun Busiek and Anderson's series can be."
Writer Kurt Busiek spoke with CBR about this summer's return of his multiple Eisner and Harvey Award winning series, "Astro City" with new publisher Vertigo Comics.
It was Spoiler Sunday for the DC All Access panel at WonderCon, and the creators behind "Superman," "Nightwing," "Astro City" and more were on hand to dish about their favorite DC Comics titles.
Less than a month after announcing that Astro City will return in June as part of “DC proper,” DC COmics has revealed Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero series will actually be released under the Vertigo banner.
Legendary artist Brent Anderson looked back on his career in comics, from the earliest days as the artist on Marvel's "Ka-Zar the Savage" through today's "Astro City" work and more.
Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson and Alex Ross' "Astro City" returns to comic shelves June 5 under the DC Comics publishing banner after a nearly three-year hiatus following the dissolution of Wildstorm.
After a short while away from the keyboard, writer Kurt Busiek is working his way back to more comics work with new stories for digital publishers Monkeybrain Comics and Thrillbent while prepping more "Astro City."
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.
Kurt Busiek arrived at his Comic-Con International panel to find an Inkpot Award awaiting him and to discuss the "Astro City" film alongside series artist Brent Anderson in a panel moderated by Scott McCloud.
"Astro City" to be a film! "Chew" to be on TV! "Kickpuncher" to be a comic book! Also, Marvel opens movie sites, and "Airbender" returns to TV in this Comic-Con Day Zero Comic Reel Extra!
CBR News spoke with Kurt Busiek about one of the great heroes of "Astro City's" storied history, the Silver Agent, whose solo miniseries debuts today from Wildstorm. Plus an exclusive look at the first issue!
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
All the titles that didn't make it home were essentially cancelled out as Noh Varr, Astra Furst, Amadeus Cho, Jack Frost and Richard Ryder showed up in full force to get the job done for the week.
The world's greatest detective is a mystery herself, Jack of Fables gets a snack, and a super-powered college grad has a blast. Meanwhile, things go better than expected with a good number of comics and some good times.
WildStorm announced new creative teams for "The Authority," "Gen13" and "WildCATS," as well as a new creator-owned series called "Kurt Busiek’s American Gothic." The publisher also confirmed reprint plans for "Planetary."
Ambition leads the day as people try some new things, from "Sex and the Marvel U" down to "Greek Street," with uncivil wars, spoiled romance, quests for revenge and plenty more in a winning week. This is The Buy Pile.
Love and punching is the theme for today, as the opposing types of connections between people help titles like "War of Kings," "Astro City The Dark Age," "New Avengers: The Reunion" and "Secret Six" make this week great.
Ten-time Eisner Award winner Kurt Busiek brings news on “Astro City: The Dark Age” “Trinity,” “Wednesday Comics,” “Marvels: Eye of the Camera” and the long awaited, highly anticipated sequel to “Arrowsmith.”
Kurt Busiek finishes up his “trinity” of interviews with REFLECTIONS by talking about the master plan of “Trinity,” continuity glitches concerning Chris Kent in “Superman” and teases when we may next see Khyber.