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Greg McElhatton gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #3 4.5 stars, saying, "this is the issue where I'm locked in for the duration...the moment of no return."
Kelly Thompson has kind words for Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #2, giving the Image title 4.5 stars and calling it "prettier and cooler than any single comic has a right to be."
Ed Brubaker discusses his role in "Avengers Vs. X-Men," working with Alan Davis on "Captain America" and how the Captain America movie helped bring back "Winter Soldier."
Ed Brubaker spoke with CBR about his and Sean Phillips' new crime/horror comic, "Fatale," as well as the recent deal to adapt "Criminal" to film.
Tim looks back at the best comics of 2011 and begins to name his Top 30. Join him this week as he talks "Wonder Woman," "Holy Terror," "iZombie," "Daredevil" and more.
New shirtless "Man of Steel" photos appear online! "Ghost Rider 2" directors talk flaming vehicles and fire-urine! "Red 2" gets a release date! Also, "Dark Knight Rises" avoids The 99% and more.
Ed Brubaker will adapt "Coward," the first arc of his and Sean Phillips' acclaimed crime series "Criminal," with "30 Days of Night" helmer David Slade attached to direct.
An epic crime story that mixes the femme fatale archetype with the horrors of Lovecraft, "Fatale" is the incoming Image series Ed Brubaker promises will push the limits of he and Sean Phillips collaboration.
Ryan Lindsay says "Criminal: Last of the Innocent" "will certainly be ranked as one of the best comics of 2011" and gives the fourth issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Marvel Icon series 4.5 stars.
As we close in on the halfway point for 2011, Tim looks back on the best comics of the year (so far), and identifies ten that stand out, including "iZombie," "Nonplayer," "Superboy," and "Scalped."
Ryan Lindsay gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Criminal: The Last of the Innocent" #1 5 stars saying, "This book will entertain as well as make you think."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' new ICON series, "Criminal: Last of the Innocent." The acclaimed creative team's new series hits stores in June.
CBR News spoke with Ed Brubaker about his a Sean Phillips' "Incognito: Bad Influences" which revisits the protagonist of the first "Incognito," a super-powered criminal who goes straight to stay alive and stay free.
Best-selling artist Sean Phillips sat down with long time friend, "Hellboy" artist Duncan Fegredo, and discussed his three decades in the comics industry and how it took 25 years to break into the mainstream.
Fans of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Incognito" can expect more underworld action when the duo’s acclaimed “Criminal” series returns this month with "The Sinners." We spoke with Brubaker about the new reader-friendly storyline.
What happens when a supervillain is forced to do good? Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips answer that question in “Incognito,” a five-issue miniseries from Icon. CBR News spoke with Brubaker about the project.
It was another busy week for the CBR Reviews team, with a handful of high profile release, a number of highly rated comics, plus one receiving the coveted five star review. Which book received that high honor? Read on to find out.
Issue #4 of Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips’s “Criminal” kicks off “Bad Night.” We spoke with Brubaker about the story as well as those collected in “The Dead and the Dying,” the new trade paperback on sale this week.
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