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Tadatoshi Fujimaki speaks following arrest of threat suspect! Jerry Fine, who introduced Joe Shuster to Jerry Siegel, passes away. Colleen Doran! Jeff Lemire! Plus more!
"Think Tank" writer & Top Cow CCO Matt Hawkins visited the CBR Speakeasy to discuss the companies Comic-Con announcements, his return to writing and upcoming projects like "Control."
J Michael Straczynski explains how his two new Image series aren't simply continuations of his Marvel Icon work but ground level reinventions as "Book of Lost Souls" and "Dream Police" angle for 12-issue epics.
After six years, a delay caused in part by lost negatives, writer/artist Colleen Doran spoke to CBR about returning to her creator-owned fantasy series "A Distant Soil" at Image Comics/Shadowline.
Dundee, Scotland, to honor long-running "Bash Street Kids" comic strip! A look at U.K. children's comics! Jamie S. Rich talks "It Girl"! Colleen Doran discusses "Gone to Amerikay"! Plus much more!
"Sandman: Dream Country" collaborators Neil Gaiman and Colleen Doran are re-teaming for an as-yet unnamed original graphic novel to be published through Dark Horse Comics.
Image's Eric Stephenson reflects on Extreme Studios! Colleen Doran's digital comics advice! Marzena Sowa talks Vertigo's "Marzi"! Daniel Clowes, Robert Crumb and more!
Blurb: Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger took to the stage at San Diego's Comic-Con International with some of Vertigo's leading writers and artists to tell fans what to expect from the DC imprint starting this fall.
Learn about an unpublished X-Men related mini-series from the late 1980s! Also, did DC try to have Steve "The Dude" Rude re-draw Jack "The King" Kirby? Finally, who or what is Diego Valor? Read on to find out!
Colleen Doran was joined at her WonderCon panel by writer Derek McCulloch to discuss their upcoming graphic novel "Gone to Amerikay," as well as the ending to "A Distant Soil" and the possibility of an ADS movie.
Walt & Louise Simonson, Colleen Doran, Christos Gage, Tom DeFalco and Jimmy Palmiotti met with fans in New York to discuss their careers as comics writers and the challenges of working in the singular medium.