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A second season is on the menu at Image Comics as Brian Wood & Danijel Zezelj serve up more food and class warfare satire in "Starve" #6.
The latest standalone issue of Brian Wood & Garry Brown's "The Massive" from Dark Horse heads to Canada's old-growth forests to tackle ecoterrorism.
Dark Horse's "Rebels" #10 by Brian Wood & Tristan Jones follows the ten-year journey of a British redcoat who fought in the American Revolution.
A young Native American helps out a crew of settlers in this sneak peek at Brian Wood & Andrea Mutti's "Rebels" from Dark Horse Comics.
"The Massive: Ninth Wave" #1 "doesn't have the hook of the original series, but Brian Wood and Garry Brown prove that this issue doesn't need it.
There's no swiping left on Stela, a new digital comics platform debuting in early 2016 with exclusive work from Brian Wood, Andrea Mutti and more.
Visit the early days of the preeminent global environmental-rescue unit as Brian Wood and Garry Brown return to the world of "The Massive."
Dark Horse has announced "Alien: Defiance," a new ongoing series from Brian Wood and Tristan Jones set between the first and second movies.
"Like Gavin, Brian Wood and Danijel Zezelj's 'Starve' #2 has got a revolutionary bent along with all the swearing and booze."
Brian Wood and Danijel Zezelj's "Starve" #1 "is a well-paced and entertaining introduction to a character driven story."
Brian Wood & Andrea Mutti travel back to 1775 America to tell the story of a militia movement during the war for independence in Dark Horse's "Rebels."
Brian Wood and Andrea Mutti's "Rebels" #1 "is a good comic book full of solid characterization and beautiful art."
New regular series including sci-fi YA and prison break romance arrive along with a new all-star indie anthology.
CBR spoke exclusively with the writer and colorist Dave Stewart about their new chefs-gone-wild series at Image Comics drawn by Danijel Zezelj.
The 2015 comic book season kicked off with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address and tons of newly announced series.
Brian Wood ("DMZ," "The Massive") has announced he is "not the writer" of Image Comics' long-running "Spawn."
Dark Horse Comics delivers one last voyage in "The Massive" #30, the series finale by Brian Wood, Garry Brown & Jordie Bellaire, on sale Dec. 12.
Incoming "Spawn" scribe Brian Wood discusses how he plans to approach the creator-owned icon and what to expect from Al Simmons' resurrection.
Brian Wood discusses his current projects, including "The Massive," reprints of "New York Four" & "Demo" and his upcoming "Rebels" series.
Dark Horse announced Brian Wood as the new "EVE Online" scribe, Paul Tobin & Gail Simone discussed "The Witcher," "Tomb Raider" & more at NYCC.
Dark Horse Comics announced writer Brian Wood will pilot the "EVE: Valkryie" miniseries, based on CCP Games' upcoming virtual reality game.
Brian Wood & Jonboy Meyers will chart a new course for the original Spawn in an anniversary issue covered by Greg Capullo.
Brian Wood and Greg Smallwood pick up as the new creative team in "Moon Knight" #7, delivering "an enjoyable, nearly definitive introduction to Moon Knight."
Brian Wood & Greg Smallwood take the torch from Ellis & Shalvey as they put Marc Spector in the middle of a blackout in Marvel's "Moon Knight" #7.
The mission is almost complete for Han, Luke and Leia until a droid bounty hunter blocks their way in Brian Wood & Carlos D'Anda's "Star Wars" #19.
CBR spoke to incoming writer Brian Wood about taking over Marvel Comics' "Moon Knight," which of Warren Ellis' ideas he plans to build on and more.
Marvel EIC Axel Alonso comments on reports that "Fantastic Four" may be headed for hiatus, and what's in store for the Sorcerer Supreme.
Marvel has announced that writer Brian Wood and artist Greg Smallwood will follow Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey on "Moon Knight."
Princess Leia's wedding day has arrived -- and so has the Empire! Don't miss "Star Wars" #18 by Brian Wood and Stephane Crety, on sale June 11.
Mary is just trying to get to her destination, but the convoy comes under attack in Brian Wood & Danijel Zezelj's "The Massive" #23 from Dark Horse.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR has an exclusive first look at tomorrow's "Star Wars" #17 by Brian Wood and Stephane Crety. Beware, young Skywalker!
Marc Guggenheim will return to Marvel during his "Arrow" downtime, taking over the adjectiveless "X-Men" series with August's issue #18.
"The Massive" #22 from Brian Wood and Zezelj raises some questions on what Mary is up to as the Dark Horse Comics series pushes forward.
Brian Wood answers reader questions about the latest "X-Men" arc, which sees old foes resurrected from the grave. Plus, exclusive art!
Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's Vertigo series is in development at Syfy, with two former "Mad Men" writer-producers at the helm.
Writer Brian Wood has responded to artist Tess Fowler's allegations of misconduct at Comic-Con International in San Diego several years ago. UPDATED with new comments from Fowler.
Check out exclusive previews of Brian Wood & Terry Dodson's "X-Men" #7 and Brian Michael Bendis & Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #14, on sale 11/20!
Brian Wood discusses his recently-wrapped "Ultimate Comics X-Men" run and teases things to come for "X-Men." Plus, exclusive Terry Dodson art!
"The Song of Belit" begins Nov. 20, the final story in Brian Wood's "Conan the Barbarian" run, drawn by his "DMZ" partner Riccardo Burchielli.
The next arc of the Brian Wood-written "X-Men" features the all-new Sisterhood, in a story arc illustrated by Kris Anka titled "Ghosts."