Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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As the superhero satire enters its next major story phase, creator and writer of "The Boys" Garth Ennis explains why all of his characters are being brought low including the miniseries bound Wee Hughie.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Boys" #42 by Garth Ennis and Darick Robrertson, on sale next week in finer comics stores.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Boys" #41 by co-creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, April 7.
As Dynamite Entertainment's superhero satire moves into its third act, the artist who co-created the skull-cracking agents tells CBR he'll be front and center starting with March's "The Innocents" arc in a wide-ranging interview with exclusive art.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents the full issue of "The Boys" #23, the first chapter in the just-released deluxe hardcover collection of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's "The Boys: We Gotta Go Now."
Darick Robertson makes his mark on Conan in "Conan: Weight of the Crown," a one-shot from Dark Horse which he both writes and illustrates. CBR caught up with Robertson to discuss the book, drawing his own story, and more.
The co-creators of Dynamite's mature readers hit, "The Boys," come back to the series full time to tell the heavily anticipated origins of their anti-super superteam, starting with a spotlight on Mother's Milk in issue #35.
The co-creator of such hits as "Transmetropolitan" and "The Boys," Darick Robertson goes in-depth with CBR News about his career, from his first work on "Space Beaver" to his relaunch of "Wolverine" and more.
Prolific comics and games writers Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti talk to CBR News about "Prototype," their Darick Robertson-illustrated miniseries from WildStorm that ties-in to the upcoming game.
Garth Ennis weighs in on his former publisher Jim Lee's contribution to Dynamite's "The Boys" series and the foul-mouthed midway point he and co- creator Darick Robertson will reach in May's issue #30.
Co-creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson detail for CBR News their past and future plans for Dynamite Entertainment's #1 superhero satire, "The Boys," including two spinoff projects.
With the first Definitive Edition hardcover volume of "The Boys" in stores now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the hit Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson series.
Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson reveal to CBR their plans beyond the 9/11 shocker, unveil a peak at their uncanny new guest stars, and dive into the world of variant covers with John Cassaday and Howard Chaykin.