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The writer and artist behind "Prophet" and "King City" gives fellow creators a chance to play in a new shared universe sandbox at Image Comics.
The cycle demands that even Death must die. Image Comics' hit series by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios continues in "Pretty Deadly" #4!
Terry McGinnis activates the Bat-Signal, a velociraptor makes one giant leap for dinosaur-kind, Prince Robot IV gets it on, a watery nod to Ophelia & more.
Get a glimpse of what's to come in the second issue of Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Ríos' western fantasy, out from Image Comics later this month.
Mouse Guard goes for the gold, Tom Taylor plays Gabriel, "Uncanny" gets unexpected, Samurai Jack returns and "Pretty" Deadly" is pretty lovely.
Image's "Pretty Deadly" #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios is "unorthodox and surprisingly unexpected in content, but adventurously so."
Death's daughter seeks vengeance in Image Comics' "Pretty Deadly," the first creator-owned series from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios.
Viz Media poised to jump into India! Why the Avengers work so well as a super-team! Salt Lake Comic-Con planning spinoff event! Interviews with Gene Luen Yang, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios, and Mike W. Barr!
A who's who lineup of creator-owned comic artists including Rob Guillory, Emma Rios, Jenny Frisson and more join Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma in celebrating the launch of "Morning Glories" second season with #27.
Kelly Thompson gives "Captain Marvel" #5 by Kelly Sue DeConnick with art by Emma Rios 4 stars, saying Rios "embraces the bold sassy tone of DeConnick's plot and dialogue and runs with it."
"Captain Marvel" writer Kelly Sue DeConnick fills CBR in on the impending conclusion to the title's current time travel arc and the next tale, featuring previous female Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau. Plus, exclusive art!
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Doctor Strange: Season One" by Greg Pak and Emma Rios 4 stars, calling the original graphic novel "the underground sleeper slice of brilliant in Marvel's 'Season One' field."
"Doctor Strange: Season One" by Greg Pak and Emma Rios offers a tale of magic and adventure exploring the future Sorcerer Supreme. CBR News spoke with Pak about the OGN.
Brandon Graham discusses his re-envisioning of Rob Liefeld's "Prophet" into a sci-fi epic in a far flung future, bringing his unique vision and an all-star indie comics artist lineup to the acclaimed title.
Greg McElhatton gives "Prophet" #26 4 stars, saying the issue featuring a lead story written and drawn by Brandon Graham with a back-up piece by Emma Rios is "a winner."
At the New York Comic Con's "Women Of Marvel" panel, Jeanine Schaefer, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Marjorie Liu, Sarah Pichelli and others discussed the state of women in the industry.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger" #1 by the creative team of Nick Spencer and Emma Rios, on sale August 24.
This summer, Nick Spencer and Emma Rios welcome Cloak & Dagger back to NYC with a new 3-issue miniseries. We spoke with Spencer about the book, which he told CBR exclusively ties into the upcoming "Spider-Island" event.
At Kapow Comic Con, Marvel has announced a three-issue "Cloak and Dagger" miniseries written by "Morning Glories" scribe Nick Spencer with art by "Amazing Spider-Man's" Emma Rios.
With the third issue of Marvel Comics “Osborn” series in stores this week finding the titular character attempting escape from a top-secret government prison, writer Kelly Sue DeConnick spills on the secrets, cults and craziness ahead.
Marvel held its latest "Next Big Thing" press conference call Monday afternoon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick and editor Alejandro Arbona discussing the upcoming "Osborn" miniseries and what it means for the charismatic villain.
In "Osborn," Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios send Norman Osborn to one of Marvel's most secret prisons and into the arms of both enemies and allies. We spoke with the creators about the November launching series.
In "Shadowland: Elektra," writer Zeb Wells will take a closer look at why Elektra has chosen to aid Daredevil and the Hand in their struggle against crime and the Marvel heroes that would get in their way.
In April, BOOM! Studios unleashes Mark Waid's “Irredeemable Special,” starring rogue hero the Plutonian's former friends and victims. The issue features art by Howard Chaykin, Emma Rios, and Paul Azaceta. CBR News spoke with Waid about the issue.
Stephen Strange may no longer be the Sorcerer Supreme, but he's not done fighting supernatural evil. CBR speaks with Mark Waid about the new mini-series, "Strange," which kicks off the next stage of the good doctor's mystical career.
BOOM! star writer Michael Allan Nelson talks about his new miniseries, “Hexed," which follows the adventures of a beautiful Brazilian thief in her quest for rare mystical objects. Includes an exclusive eight page preview.