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The next chapter in the story of Frank Cho and Doug Murray's prehistoric hero arrives in April.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR is pleased to share an exclusive preview of Frank Cho, Doug Murray, and Axel Medellin's "50 Girls 50" #3, the penultimate adventure of the sexy girls in space miniseries.
Co-creators Frank Cho and Doug Murray spoke with CBR News about their space-faring, sci-fi epic romp "50 Girls 50," a new Image Comics series drawn by Axel Medellin.
With three new ongoing series based on the long-running sci-fi franchise, incoming writers Brandon Jerwa and Doug Murray take CBR inside "Stargate" #0 and beyond to "SG-1" and "Atlantis" territory.
Frank Cho gives CBR the skinny on his brand new Image series, "50Girl50," and how he and the series writer, Doug Murray, plans to discover new art talent to illustrate the book under his watchful eye.
Chuck Dixon takes the helm of Dynamite's new line with "Stargate Universe," based on the newnew SyFy series, while Brandon Jerwa and Doug Murray tackle the worlds of "SG1" and "Stargate Atlantis."
The goddess of war and wisdom sets out for a modern day adventure, drawing on everything from the Trojan War to presidential politics. We spoke with writer Doug Murray and artists Paul Renaud & Fabiano Neves about "Athena."
With the first deluxe hardcover volume of "Jungle Girl Season One" on sale now, Dynamite Entertainment offers CBR readers a full chapter of the Frank Cho series co-written by Doug Murray with art by Adriano Batista.
As we approach Veterans Day, George Khoury looks back on one of the great titles of the '80s, "The 'Nam," with original creators Doug Murray and Michael Golden who discuss the series beginnings, its success and ultimate failure after editorial changes.
Beginning in November, a second season for the Dynamite series sees revelations to the prehistoric setting's crashes with modern times and armies of mer-people. Co-creator Frank Cho talks to CBR about "Jungle Girl."