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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.
From perennials like "Daredevil," "Batman" & "Saga" to acclaimed graphic novels including "March" & "The Property" to all-ages hits, CBR looks at the best of 2013.
Sloane Leong, Kate Leth, Monica Ray and Coleman Engle discuss their Catbug-centric stories in BOOM! Studios' "Bravest Warriors 2013 Annual!"
"Hoax Hunters" writer Michael Moreci focuses on the human side of Detroit's cybernetic defender in "RoboCop: Hominem Ex Machina."
BOOM! Studios exclusive writer Paul Jenkins looks back on a year filled with career shifts, creator-owned projects and his continued desire to tell great stories.
Writer Eric Esquivel returns to modernized Norse mythology and BOOM! Studios with artist Jerry Gaylord for "Loki: Rangarok and Roll."
"Five Ghosts" writer Frank J. Barbiere joins in on the movie tie-in action with BOOM! Studios' "RoboCop: Memento Mori."
CBR has an exclusive preview of Steven Grant's latest crime comic, "Deceivers." Featuring art by Jose Holder, the series debuts Christmas Day.
Artist Ryan Sook describes the process of creating the cover for "Hit" #4, the final issue of BOOM! Studios' blood-soaked, noirish revenge tale..
Will the controversy surrounding Shia LaBeouf's plagiarism of Daniel Clowes' work impact the actor's long-gestating BOOM! Studios project?
The "Adventure Time" comics team of Ryan North, Shelli Paroline & Braden Lamb deliver the original "The Midas Flesh" #1 for BOOM!'s Boom Box imprint.
"Sheltered" writer Ed Brisson kicks off BOOM! Studios' line of RoboCop one-shots with artist Emilio Laiso with "RoboCop: Beta" #1.
Ryan North, Shelli Paroline & Braden Lamb kick off BOOM! Box with "The Midas Flesh" #1, "a solid first offering" of the imprint.
Say Anything singer and "Polarity" writer Max Bemis explores the early days of dystopian rule in "Evil Empire," his new sci-fi maxi-series.
BOOM! Studios continues their alternate take on vampires in "Day Men" #2 by writers Matt Gagnon & Michael Alan Nelson and legendary artist Brian Stelfreeze.
Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis stopped by the CBR Tiki Room to discuss his love of comics, his BOOM! Studios series "Polarity" and more.
"Bandette" creators Paul Tobin & Colleen Coover join with artist Wook Jin Clark to tell an algebraic body switch tale in "Adventure Time: The Flip Side."
A desperate father will stop at nothing to care for his ailing son, including werewolf hunting in Michael Moreci and Tim Daniel's new horror title, "Curse."
Finn and Jake face a primordial threat when Princess Bubblegum's latest experiment goes wrong in Ryan North's "Adventure Time" #22!
Writer/artist Mike Kunkel discusses his belated Halloween celebration in "Herobear and the Kid Annual" and some comic book style trick-or-treating.
"Adventure Time" writer Ryan North discusses hitting the quarter-centennial mark and the importance of precious things. Plus, exclusive cover art!
Stretch your Halloween holiday out for another week with an exclusive preview of Mike Kunkel's "Herobear and the Kid 2013 Annual."
BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie discusses honing his company's focus, creating quality comics and the groundbreaking first-look deal with Fox.
Mordecai and Rigby are facing big trouble in this exclusive preview of KaBOOM!'s "Regular Show" #5.
"Adventure Time" contributor Kate Leth discusses her career, autobiographical comics, working comics retail and more.
"Adventure Time" and "Dinosaur Comics" writer Ryan North discusses "The Midas Flesh," his first miniseries for BOOM! Studios' BOOM! Box imprint.
Three veterans of the comic book business - Jimmy Palmiotti, Ross Richie and Mike Richardson - talked the ups and downs of TV and movie deals at NYCC.
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.
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.
Peppermint Butler and Cinnamon Bun are still on the case of the missing Finn and Jake in an exclusive preview of BOOM! Studios' "Adventure Time: Candy Capers" #4. The investigation continues October 9.
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.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Mike Carey's "Suicide Risk" #6. The issue, featuring art by Elena Casagrande and a Tommy Lee Edwards cover, hits stores Oct. 2.
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.
The next BOOM! Studios property to get the live-action treatment may be Mark Sable and Julian Totino Tedesco's "Unthinkable," now in development as an hour-long drama at Fox.
"2 Guns" writer Steven Grant returns to BOOM! Studios for his next creator-owned book, "Deceivers," which is based on a concept he's been developing for over three decades.
Fourth annual Cincinnati Comic Expo kicks off Friday! Geoff Johns talks "Forever Evil" and Lex Luthor! Fred Van Lente on "Brain Boy"! Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline on "Adventure Time"! Plus much more!
At the Baltimore Comic-Con, BOOM! Studios announced Perez's first project with the publisher since signing his exclusive contract with them in July.
The legendary George Perez visited the CBR Tiki Lounge at SDCC for a look back at his lengthy career, his passion for storytelling and what he wants from his BOOM! Studios exclusive.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Mike Carey's "Suicide Risk" #5. Illustrated by guest artist Joëlle Jones, the standalone story hits stores September 4.
"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.