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Bestselling author Brad Meltzer discusses the first entries in his line of children's books: "I am Amelia Earhart" & "I am Abraham Lincoln."
Check out a preview of Rick Remender and Roland Boschi's "Winter Soldier: The Bitter March" #1, along with Chris Eliopoulos' animal variant.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at Alex Ross and Chris Elioupolis' covers for Dynamite's May-debuting "Battlestar Galactica" series from writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning.
With Marvel's all-ages titles shifting to match the "Ultimate Spider-Man" & "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" cartoons, Editor Tom Brennan explains how he and his creators keep a comics focus first.
A lettering win gives Augie hope for the artform. Musings on why an editor's job is so misunderstood or unknown. And Augie's comics purge moves into the longbox weeds.
Archaia has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos' "Cow Boy," including a look at Colleen Coover and Roger Langridge's short stories from the OGN hitting stores today, May 30.
Augie takes an early look at "Cow Boy," a funny new book from Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos about a ten year old bounty hunter. Also, some thinking out loud over digital comics and this week's lack of new releases.
Marvel has released an advance look at Chris Eliopoulos and Ig Guara's "Avengers vs Pet Avengers." Things get hairy for Earth's Mightiest Mortals and their animal counterparts on October 20.
CBR spoke with "Franklin Richards" and "Pet Avengers" mastermind Chris Eliopoulos about his decidedly not all-ages strip "Desperate Times," which is collected in a new trade paperback, on sale this week.
Earth’s Mightiest Animals are back for another walk around the proverbial block, with original series writer Chris Eliopoulus once again holding the leash. CBR News spoke with him about the sequel, scheduled for early 2010.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Niko Henrichon's variant covers for the first two issues of "Lockjaw & The Pet Avengers." Written by Chris Eliopoulos, the series begins in May.
Announced Sunday at New York Comic Con, Chris Eliopoulos is writing a four-part miniseries with some unlikely stars. “Lockjaw & the Pet Avengers” debuts in May, with art by Ig Guara and Chris Sotomayor.
Letterer Extraordinaire and the cartoonist behind “Desperate Times” and "Franklin Richards" talks to CBR about his autobiographical comic strip "Misery Loves Sherman," chronicling a dysfunctional family and two aliens.
A couple of week's back, Erik's friend Chris Eliopoulos says to him, "There's a lot of guys in this industry that are scared to meet you." Erik finds that to be a little odd and takes a moment to explain why you shouldn't be scared.