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Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fathom" Vol. 4, #1. Michael Turner's most famous character returns on July 27 in a new series by Scott Lobdell and Alex Konat.
Aspen's EIC and President dish on their upcoming slate including more "Shrugged" and "Fathom: Kiani," a new project with Greg Pak and a final project designed by Michael Turner.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at "Fathom" #0, written by Scott Lobdell with art and covers by Alex Konat and variants by Fathom creator Michael Turner. The issue hits June 1.
Aspen Comics returned to WonderCon with new announcements to share, including three "Executive Assistant Iris" spinoff series, a deal with Hollywood director McG and more. UPDATED with a new art gallery.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the covers for "Fathom" #1. The fourth volume of Michael Turner's creation, by Scott Lobdell and Alex Konat, lands in stores May 18, 2011.
Courtesy of Aspen Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fathom: Blue Descent" #2 by David Schwartz and Scott Clark with covers by Clark, Billy Tan and Michael Turner. The adventure continues on February 9.
During his Long Beach Comic Con panel, industry veteran Scott Lobdell discussed the origins of Onslaught, his upcoming "Fathom" run and his new Image title with artist Dan Duncan, "The Butler."
J.T. Krul has become DC Comics' newest exclusive writer and he spoke with CBR News about his new status, "Green Arrow," "Teen Titans" and his "Wonder Girl" one-shot featuring a new character named Solstice.
Comic scribe Scott Lobdell heads into the depths of the deep blue as writer on the latest volume of Aspen Comics' popular series, "Fathom," and spoke with CBR News about taking on the title's lovely lead.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive extended preview of "Fathom: Blue Descent" #1 by writer David Schwartz and artists Alex Sanchez & John Starr. The next chapter in Mike Turner's Fathom hits September 1.
Aspen Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at the Fan Expo 2010 covers for "The Scourge," "Fathom: Blue Descent" and "The Aspen Splash 2010" pin-up book as wel as the publisher's schedule for the show.
Casting begins for "Runaways." Is "Green Lantern" already on its way to a trilogy? Sex Bob-Omb talks "Scott Pilgrim." Also, Kevin Feige talks "Thor" directors, a JLA movie rumor and more.
Aspen Comics came to Comic-Con International in San Diego last Friday to give fans a look into the future of the company and the new properties it will have to offer in the coming year. CBR was there.
Aspen Comics has released info on their exclusive offerings and schedule for next week's Comic-Con International in San Diego, along with exclusive images of their special edition covers by Joe Benitez.
Robert Rodriguez pals up with "Deadpool"? "Hex" comic writers visit the set of the film. Megan Fox says "Fathom" will happen with or without her. Also, "First Class" casting rumors and more.
Joe Benitez's new series "Lady Mechanika" and big promises for digital publishing in the near future were topics of discussion at Aspen's panel, where they also confirmed statuses on the "Fathom" and "Soulfire" films.
Representatives from Aspen Comics met with readers at Fan Expo Canada to discuss future publishing plans and movie adaptations, touching on such titles as "Fathom," "Executive Assistant: Iris" and "Dellec."
At its Comic-Con panel, Aspen reviewed its current roster plus new titles, provided a "Fathom" film update courtesy of screenwriter Jordan Mecher, and shared "Soulfire" and "Scourge" movie announcements.
Details on "Captain America" emerge from the ice! Meanwhile, the "Smallville" super-suit takes flight. All this plus news on "Fathom," release date changes, Marvel Anime, and more in the Comic Reel.
Aspen Comics unveils brand new titles and debuts a host of exciting Comic-Con International exclusives and more for the largest comic book convention in the world.
Courtesy of Aspen, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Ale Garza's covers for "Fathom" #10, the series' final issue. Written by J.T. Krul with art by Garza, this issue hits September.
"Fathom" writer J.T. Krul is diving headfirst into the DC Universe with July's “Titans” #15, where he brings Tempest back to Titans Tower, and the August-debuting "Blackest Night: Titans."
“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” star Brian Austin Green talks about his desire to play Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern movie and his role as producer on the big screen adaptation of “Fathom,” starring Megan Fox.
Aspen Comics staffers Frank Mastromauro, Vince Hernandez, J.T. Krul, David Wohl, Ale Garza, Mark Roslan and Joe Benitez met with fans in San Francisco on Friday to discuss the publisher's latest projects.
With the help of a Hawaiian greeting, the folks at Aspen Comics woke a sleepy New York Comic Con Sunday morning crowd, with new news and teases of projects announced for 2009 and beyond.
Aspen Comics President Frank Mastromauro sat down with CBR to discuss the future of the company following the untimely passing of Michael Turner, and to preview excusive artwork from upcoming projects.
Loads of stuff this week including evidence that Megan Fox may play the lead in "Fathom," who's directing the "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter" animated DVD, a new editor for DC and much, much more!
Aspen Comics' Frank Mastromauro and company updated fans at Comic-Con International about the release schedules of their main titles, shared details on upcoming projects, and honored the memory of founder Michael Turner.
Aspen Comics creators will be honoring the company's founder Michael Turner with a special tribute panel dedicated to the beloved artist at Comic-Con International in San Diego next weekend.
Comic Book Resources is proud to present, in loving memory, a never before seen video interview conducted with Michael Turner one year ago during Comic- Con International in San Diego on the CBR Yacht.
The Aspen Comics panel at Wizard World Philly was a relaxed affair, with panel members treating the audience to behind the scenes stories, an update on Michael Turner's health and sneak peeks at upcoming projects.