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Originally written by Stan Lee for a short, 2-issue run in the '80s, the character is getting an overhaul as an all-new African-American hero.
CBR News caught up with Ardden Co-Publishers Brendan Deneen and Richard Emms to discuss their flagship "Flash Gordon" series and reveal their comic news magazine hitting in 2012.
After the success of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" and "Frank Miller's Robocop," are there more hit comics in Hollywood's recycle bin? CBR News investigates the most likely candidates.
Writers Jim Krueger and Brendan Deneen and artist Dean Zachary give the lowdown on Atlas Comics' "Phoenix" revival and a little bit of lead-in to the epic "Atlas Unified" event.
Despite another new comic launching, classic space hero Flash Gordon continues the good fight in Ardden Entertainment's long-planned space epic by writer Brendan Deneen.
The first series from the resurrected Atlas hits as Jim Krueger and artist Dean Zachary join Brendan Deneen to tell a twist on alien abduction while Jason Goodma oversees the continuation of the family business.
The short-lived Marvel competitor founded by Martin Goodman will get a second go thanks to its originator's grandson as Atlas Comics prepares "Phoenix" and "The Grim Ghost" for a debut at New York Comic Con.