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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.