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This week Ron Marz talks about the unique creative freedoms of working for Crossgen, who did not have editors, and the "off-model" issues that resulted in some of his favorite comics.
Ron returns with more memories from his time at the ill-fated CrossGen Comics including the origins of titles, the mysterious office ghost and a prank played on artist Claudio Castellini.
Ron takes advantage of the holiday season to look back on Thanksgivings spent with CrossGen Comics, leading him to recall other stories of the defunt company including a prank he played on then-rookie Steve McNiven.
More than three months after Marvel announced the delay of "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" and "Route 666," the publisher confirmed the planned revival of the Crossgen titles has been shelved.
While Marvel’s revivals of "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" and "Route 666" won’t debut in December and February as originally announced, the publisher assures ROBOT 6 that the titles are merely delayed, not canceled.
CBR stops by Marvel's Manhattan offices to rap with Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso about summits, new talent like Brian Wood and long simmering comics like "DD: End of Days" and Garth Ennis' "Fury."
From "Season One" art reveals to Hickman's plans for both FFs to Richard Castle's first graphic novel to the latest CrossGen projects, Marvel's Next Big Thing panel treated Fan Expo attendees to tons of news.
This December, writer Peter Milligan introduces readers to a spy with a special type of cover identity with the launch of the re-imagined CrossGen series "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang."
This February, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Peter Nguyen take readers back to the 1950's for a journey down America's most famous and haunted stretch of road in "Route 666."
Tom Brevoort is back digging into the fan questions mail bag to cover a range of Marvel Comics issues from the X-Men's "Schism" to the future of CrossGen and the fate of characters both female and furious.
Marvel has released an advance look at the August-debuting "Mystic" #1. The latest CrossGen revamp is from the creative team of G. Willow Wilson and David Lopez with covers by Amanda Conner.
John Mayo takes an in-depth look at the Direct Market numbers for April, focusing in on the final issues of "Brightest Day," what it means for DC Comics moving forward, Marvel's CrossGen relaunch numbers and more.
In conjunction with Marvel's announcement, CBR News has the scoop on "Mystic," the latest Crossgen relaunch from writer G. Willow Wilson and artist David Lopez. CBR spoke with Wilson about the mini.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Sigil" #2 by writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk with a Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic. The rebirth of the CrossGen universe continues Wednesday, April 20.
Kelly Thompson gave "Ruse" #1 a 4 star review, calling the returning CrossGen title's debut by original writer Mark Waid and artist Mirco Pierfederici, "well written and well illustrated...enjoyable and engaging"
Ron Marz returns with a look at the triumphs and pitfalls of convention season from the creator's side of the table and explores the relationship between pros and the fans who support their work.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Ed McGuinness' variant cover for the March-launching "Sigil" #1 by writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk.
With a creative summit having just rocked the halls of Marvel, Tom Brevoort digs into reader mail to share some of his craziest pitches, teases the fate of Wonder Man and asks for creative team suggestions.
Writer Mike Carey and artist Leonard Kirk head to the front lines of a war stretching across time and space as they bring Crossgen's “Sigil” to Marvel. CBR News spoke with Carey about the new series.
The newly full time freelancer spoke about returning to the acclaimed CrossGen comic "Ruse" at Marvel, why Simon Archard's detective skills are sharper than ever and how the relaunch is better suited to the series concept.
Tom Brevoort takes to CBR's regular T&A column solo this week to tackle a slew of news on incoming Marvel projects including the CrossGen imprint, the cosmic line, Cap's 70 anniversary, Ultimate Spidey and more!
Marvel has officially announced the launch of their CrossGen imprint with Mark Waid and Butch Guice returning to "Ruse" and Mike Carey and Leonard Kirk taking on "Sigil." ROBOT 6 has details.
Mark Waid answered questions about "Irredeemable," CrossGen, Hawkman, Barry Allen, digital comics and much more in a quest to answer 50 questions in 50 minutes at Long Beach Comic Con.
The Marvelous duo of Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso are back with some frank discussion of Marvel's pricing plans, news of promotions at the House of Ideas and a look inside Thor, CrossGen and more!
Marvel has released the CrossGen teaser images shown during yesterday's Cup o' Joe panel at NYCC in conjunction with the hint that Mark Waid is slated to be involved with the brand's impending relaunch.
Augie is disappointed at DC's possible decision to kill their OGN line of Superman comics, CrossGen's "The Crossovers" gets a late review, Dark Horse releases "Brody's Ghost," and how many "Issac"s does Marvel have?
With Marvel's Comic-Con International announcement that they'll be resurrecting some CrossGen titles next year, ROBOT 6 counts down six titles from the defunct publisher they'd like to see return.
From the return of the CrossGen catalogue to the Red Hulk's Avengers membership and more, CCI held plenty of surprising Marvel news and Tom Brevoort took time to discuss it all and share exclusive art in this week's T&A.
Joe Quesada drops by for a special CBR TV edition of Cup O' Joe, discussing Marvel's big CrossGen related announcement, teasing the company's plans and revealing a very different side of himself...
Augie wraps up the week in DC and Marvel business news, asking some questions along the way in an effort to figure out what it all means. Also, some thoughts on CrossGen, collection-purging, Dale Keown and the 9-11 tribute books.
Sparked by the recent release of a book of interviews, this week Tim ponders the Q&A format while recalling the best interview books of the past, featuring the likes of Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and many more.
The new inker of DC's "Green Lantern Corps" and industry veteran of more titles than can be counted, Drew Geraci speaks to CBR News about his career and the future of inking in an increasingly digital world.