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BOOM! Studios staff and talent including Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discuss good editing versus bad editing and the qualities of a great editing relationship.
At Comic-Con 2014, Dark Horse shared details of "Fire & Stone," the upcoming crossover event between "Aliens," Predator," "AvP" & "Prometheus."
The Dark Horse hero is trapped, fighting for her life when a bounty hunter tries to capture her in Christopher Sebela, Jan Duursema's "Ghost" #7.
Jack Burton comes to comics as Eric Powell and company spill the beans on what’s coming in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China."
"Dead Letters" writer Christopher Sebela talks to CBR about writing BOOM!'s just announced comic based on John Carpenter's "Escape From New York."
An obsessive cult leader with brainwashed minions proves to be a proper nemesis in Chris Sebela & Jan Duursema's "Ghost" #6, on sale July 2.
Chris Sebela & Ibrahim Moustafa, creators of the Eisner-nominated digital comic, Crimes," discuss collaboration and bringing the book to print in 2015.
Writer Christopher Sebela talks about launching his supernatural-noir "Dead Letters" at BOOM! Studios with artist Chris Visions.
As part of their relaunch of both "Aliens" and "Predator," Dark Horse is launching a new "AvP" project by "Ghost" co-writer Chris Sebela who tells CBR about his goals on each comeback franchise.
Writers Kelly Sue DeConnick and Christopher Sebela spoke exclusively with CBR about their new "Ghost" ongoing series from Dark Horse Comics, featuring art by Ryan Sook.
James Hunt gives "Captain Marvel" #11 4 stars, saying the issue by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Christopher Sebela and Filipe Andrade "gives a distinctly irony-free approach to solo superheroics."
Writer Christopher Sebela spoke with CBR News about "High Crimes," his new digital comic from Monkeybrain, his work on "Captain Marvel" and the juxtapositions between the two.
Kelly Thompson gives "Captain Marvel" #10 by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Christopher Sebela and Filipe Andrade 4.5 stars, saying the issue has a "balance of emotion and action that works incredibly well on the whole."
Co-writers Harold Sipe and Christopher Sebela and artist Lee Leslie explore Hollywood's monstrous underbelly in the new, July-debuting ongoing "Screamland" series from Image Comics.