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"Ghosted" Continues to Haunt Williamson as an Ongoing

Joshua Williamson's supernatural heist series "Ghosted" continues past its intended run to deliver more scares from the afterlife.

X-POSITION: Lapham Rules the

X-POSITION: Lapham Rules the "Age of Apocalypse"

"Age of Apocalypse" writer David Lapham answers all that you dare ask about his mutant-ruled alternate X-Men universe in this week's X-POSITION. Plus exclusive art.

Diggle Opens Fire With

Diggle Opens Fire With "Six Guns"

Andy Diggle and Davide Gianfelice produce a hard-bitten, modern-day take on Marvel Comics' Western heroes with "Six Guns." CBR News spoke with Diggle about the November-launching project.


REVIEW: "Daredevil Reborn" #1

James Hunt gives "Daredevil Reborn" #1 a four and a half star review, praising Davide Gianfelice's art, saying, "the visuals perfectly evoke Murdock’s inner conflict in a way that the character’s stoicism alone wouldn’t."


EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: "Daredevil: Reborn" #1

Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Daredevil: Reborn" #1 by writer Andy Diggle and artist Davide Gianfelice. The series, featuring covers by Jock, kicks off Wednesday, January 12.

Diggle Dares Matt Murdock to be Reborn

Diggle Dares Matt Murdock to be Reborn

With "Shadowland" in his past, what comes next for the Man Without Fear? We spoke with writer Andy Diggle about the climax of his Daredevil epic and his follow up miniseries, January's "Daredevil: Reborn."

Peter Milligan Walks On

Peter Milligan Walks On "Greek Street"

In the first of a two-part interview, the famed British writer, who has a long and winding history with Vertigo, discusses "Greek Street," and reveals details of what's to come in future storylines. Plus, an exclusive look at issue #6.

Peter Milligan on Greek Street

Peter Milligan on Greek Street

Acclaimed writer Peter Milligan's new Vertigo series "Greek Street" digs into the crazier, sexier elements of classical tragedy as set in modern London. We spoke to the writer and previewed the first seven pages.