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Writer Brian Wood and artist Olivier Coipel take on a cast of female mainstay mutants in "X-Men," the latest series to launch as part of Marvel Comics' Marvel NOW! publishing initiative in April.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews the premiere issue of the new "Star Wars" title by Brain Wood and Carlos D'Anda, noting, "I've got a good feeling about this book."
Dark Horse has given Comic Book Resources an exclusive first look at special variant covers for Brian Wood "Star Wars," featuring Alex Ross' pencils for the first four issues' painted covers.
A look at DC Entertainment's digital expansion! Jaime Hernandez reflects on 30 years of "Love and Rockets"! Brian Wood on Dark Horse's new "Star Wars" series! More on ShiftyLook! Industry predictions for 2013! Plus more!
Doug Zawisza gives Brian Wood and Carlos D'Anda's "Star Wars" #1 4 stars, saying the debut issue of the ongoing series "wastes no time breaking out the stars and firing up the action."
As Dark Horse announces special $1 reprints of the first issues of "The Massive" and "MIND MGMT," creators Brian Wood and Matt Kindt sit down for an interview with ROBOT 6 and each other. Plus: Exclusive cover reveals!
Greg McElhatton gives "Mara" #1 by Brian Wood and Ming Doyle 4 stars, calling the inaugural issue of the Image series "a fun comic" with "an inventive take on the world of celebrity and sports."
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with Brian Wood about his career, the context of his work, the changes at DC that led to his departure, future plans for non-comics projects and more.
Brian Wood doesn't sleep, he writes. January's "Star Wars" #1 marks his third Dark Horse ongoing and the busy writer spoke with CBR about his titles, utopian communities and... love stories?
In this week's X-Position, "Ultimate Comics X-Men" writer Brian Wood takes on all queries about the status of the remaining mutants in the Ultimate U and what's in store for the future.
CBR News spoke with artist Mahmud Asrar, who returns to Marvel Comics in March for "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #24, the beginning of a new arc written by Brian Wood called "Natural Resources."
Fan-favorite writer Brian Wood dropped by the CBR Tiki Room at NYCC 2012 to discuss his upcoming "Star Wars" series with Dark Horse, his Image Comics series "Mara" and more.
Kelly Thompson gives "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #18.1 4 stars, calling the Ultimate Point One by Brian Wood and Filipe Andrade "an excellent opportunity for new readers to jump onto the series and world."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian Wood and Carlo Barberi's "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #20. Storm joins in on the action as the "Reservation" arc continues on December 12.
Brian Wood's "Conan the Barbarian" continues with Declan Shalvey on art and Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of November 14's issue #10 featuring a cover by Massimo Carnevale!
"Fabulous Killjoys" artist Becky Cloonan made her first visit to the world famous CBR Tiki Lounge at New York Comic Con to discuss "Killjoys," what she hates drawing, female creators and more.
Brian Wood headlined his own New York Comic Con panel spotlighting the writer's current and upcoming work at Dark Horse Comics, including "The Massive," "Conan" and "Star Wars."
Kelly Thompson gives "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #17 by Brian Wood and Carlo Barberi 4 stars, saying the issue "delivers a devastating conclusion that will have readers anxious for the next issue."
Writer Sam Humphries, artist Carlo Barberi and Marvel Senior Editor Mark Paniccia brought the Ultimate Universe to New York Comic Con 2012 with an update on the Ultimates, the Ultimate X-Men and Miles Morales.
Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Wood, Ming Doyle, David Hine, Joe Harris and Glen Brunswick discussed world-building and their preferred brands of sci-fi as seen in their Image Comics titles
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Wood and David Lopez's "X-Men" #36 4 stars, saying Wood focuses the issue, keeping it "smart and small, but with limitless future capacity."
Writer Brian Wood spoke with CBR News about his and artist Ming Doyle's "Mara," the story of a world-class athlete who unexpectedly gains superpowers and the resulting fallout on a personal and sociological level.
"X-Men" and "Ultimate Comics X-Men" scribe Brian Wood stops by X-Position to answer all your questions and provide insider info on Marvel's Merry Mutants, both regular and Ultimate.
Musical based on Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home" graphic memoir to debut this fall! Gilbert Hernandez talks "Love and Rockets"! Brian Wood and Ming Doyle on "Mara"! Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo talk "Bedlam"! Plus more!
Marvel's "Avengers" #1 covers feature a surprising lack of female superheroes. Brett White discusses why this troubles him while -- and this point can't be made clearly enough -- accusing no one of sexism.
Despite the recent conclusion of "Northlanders," creator Brian Wood announced he has more viking tales to tell. ROBOT 6 has details.
"The Massive" creator/writer Brian Wood sat down with incoming artist Garry Brown to discuss his background, expectations and reactions to the series' unique storytelling challenges. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR News spoke to Brian Wood about "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #14 which kicks off his "Divided We Fall" tie-in and sends his team to the heart of anti-mutant extremism in America.
Greg McElhatton gives "X-Men" #32 4 stars, calling the series by Brian Wood and David Lopez "another example of how to take a slightly random title and make it work."
Becky Cloonan talked about her career in comics -- and how she almost didn't have one -- including stories about her varied body of work, hooking up with Brian Wood for "Demo" and more.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Brian Wood and the returning Becky Cloonan's "Conan the Barbarian" #7, on sale Wednesday, August 8.
Brian Wood spoke with CBR about writing Dark Horse's ongoing "Star Wars" series, bridging the gap between Episodes IV and V and training himself to ignore years of Star Wars knowledge.
Dr. Scott Henson, who treated Christopher Reeve after his fall and created "Natural Selection," passes away. Is Tokyopop poised for a comeback? Plus Paul Levitz, Brian Wood and more!
James Hunt gives "X-Men" #31 by Brian Wood and David Lopez 4.5 stars, saying Wood's handing of the series' cast "feels instinctive in a way that some writers don't seem to manage even after years on a team book."
Brian Wood delves into "The Massive" #1, bringing commentary on crafting the story, the research involved in bringing about the end of the world and teases later events of the series.
Least-expensive tickets sell out for September's MorrisonCon! Archie Comics hires industry veteran Jim “Ski” Sokolowski! Stan Lee reflects on Spider-Man's creation! Brian Wood looks back on final volume of "DMZ"!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Brian Wood's "The Massive" #2. Wood, Kristian Donaldson and cover artists Rafael Grampa & John Paul Leon journey to the end of the world on July 11.
This week, Alan Fisher drives like hell, Max Damage goes out with a bang, Buffy Summers gets existential (again), and the world comes to an end -- not with a bang but with two covers.