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Penny Arcade founders Jerry "Tycho" Holkins and Mike "Gabe" Krahulik, alongside writer Ben McCool and editor Cory Jones, spoke exclusively with CBR about the webcomic juggernaut's first ongoing comic series.
Russian hero Alexander Nevsky comes to comics in Ben McCool and Mario Guevarra's adaptation of Eisenstein's classic film. "Nevsky" is out this month from IDW, and CBR spoke with McCool about the project.
Writer Ben McCool and artist Dean Haspiel join Namco Bandai's ShiftyLook webcomics platform with a new look at the classic Japanese arcade game, "Warp & Warp." Plus, the exclusive debut of the first installment!
The game company responsible for "Tekken" and "Soul Caliber," Namco Bandai spoke with CBR about ShiftyLook, its new platform for resurrecting old and forgotten games as webcomics and mobile games.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at Nate Cosby and Ben McCool's "Pigs" #1 and Chalres Soule's "27: Second Set" #1, both of which hit stores Wednesday, September 14.
Image Comics creators convene at Comic-Con for a slew of announcements and project updates, plus a surprise trailer for the "Small Gods" film.
This September, Archaia releases "Immortals: Gods and Heroes," a companion anthology to the upcoming film by Tarsem Singh, and the creators were on hand at CCI to talk about the book.
In June's "Fear Itself: The Home Front" #3 writer Ben McCool reintroduces readers to the scourge of the corporate underworld, Cardiac. CBR spoke exclusively with McCool about bringing back the '90s fan-favorite.
Nate Cosby and Ben McCool spoke exclusively with CBR about their Image title "Pigs" which takes a long, hard look at the personal aspect of an America-based terror cell tasked with overthrowing the US government.
Chad Nevett reviews the first issue of Ben McCool and Nikki Cook's "Memoir," giving it three and a half stars and highly praising Cook's art for an engaging depiction of townspeople "scarred or simply made ugly by events."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, 9-page preview of Ben McCool and Ben Templesmith's "Choker" #5. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, January 5.
We spoke with Ben McCool about "Memoir," a new series about a midwest town suffering from a case of collective memory loss, discussing the town's residents and sharing exclusive art from series artist Nikki Cook!
Image took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their plans for the future, including new miniseries such as Nathan Edmondson's "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and Nick Spencer's "The Infinite Vacation."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the first nine pages of "Choker" #4 from writer Ben McCool and artist Ben Templesmith.
The 1970s cosmic epic gets brought back to earth with a time displacement twist in "Captain America & The Korvac Saga" and writer Ben McCool tells CBR how he made the tale work now.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 5-page preview of "Choker" #3 by series co-creators, writer Ben McCool and artist Ben Templesmith. The issue hits stores on Wednesday, May 26.
Image Comics creators Jim Valentino, Tim Seeley, Richard Starkings, Ben McCool and Nick Spencer discussed their upcoming projects and much more at the Image panel at C2E2 this weekend, and CBR was there.
Ben McCool and Nikki Cook's "Memoir" features wide-scale memory loss, a town filled with secrets and the Son of God. The creators spoke with CBR and shared and exclusive first look the eerie new Image miniseries.
The writer / artist duo behind the upcoming Image miniseries spoke with CBR about the story of Johnny "Choker" Jackson and his hometown of Shotgun City, and also revealed six of their favorite panels from the first issue.
"Liberty Comics" #2 contributors Jason Aaron, Michael Allred, Ben McCool and Jimmy Palmiotti recently spoke with CBR News about the CBLDF-sponsored book and why freedom of speech is so important to comic books.
Two Bens with delightfully twisted minds, writer McCool and artist Templesmith plan on unifying their sickly visions with "Choker," an all-new miniseries from Image Comics announced at CCI.