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First Second has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive first look at the cover for the third volume of James Kochalka’s celebrated sci-fi series for young readers.
Just released earlier this month, Scott McCloud's new graphic novel "The Sculptor" is in the works at Sony, with Scott Rudin attached to produce.
"The Sculptor," which marks Scott McCloud's long-awaited return to comics, is "unpredictable and enjoyably complex."
Siegel talks 2014 and 2015, library market and more! A look at anime, manga and Japan's child porn laws! Nick Spencer on "Ant-Man"! Plus more!
The creator of "Gum Girl" and "Glister" talks with ROBOT 6 about his latest all-ages graphic novel, "Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula."
George O'Connor talks with ROBOT 6 about the new volume in his "Olympians" series, "Ares: Bringer of War," and his lifelong love of mythology.
From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.
Andi Watson discusses the responsibility and romance in his latest graphic novel with First Second, "Princess Decomposia and Count Spatula."
Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang's "In Real Life" OGN is a "heartfelt and emotionally engaging story" that explores the experience of an online girl gamer.
Hajime Isayama says he'd "like to end things quickly" with hit manga! Jeff Lemire on "The Valiant" and DC/Vertigo work! The history of First Second Books! Plus more!
In "The Shadow Hero," creator Gene Luen Yang breathes life back into what may be the first Asian American superhero, the Golden Age Green Turtle.
Farel Dalrymple discusses "The Wrenchies," his new OGN with an epic story of a demented future and a gang of children inspired by a comic book.
Fresh off his Eisner win, writer and artist Paul Pope discussed a character he loved too much to let go: Battling Boy's rival, Aurora West.
Paul Pope, Faith Erin Hicks, Gene Luen Yang and Lucy Knisley gathered to celebrate Eisner wins and discuss the creative process at Comic-Con.
Three of the biggest names in graphic novel publishing gather to talk about the industry, building an audience, and making books for a living
Writer/artist Nick Bertozzi continues his true-life explorer series with "Shackleton," a recounting of the legendary Antarctic adventure.
"Understanding Comics" scribe Scott McCloud stopped by the CBR Speakeasy to discuss his return to comics after six years and look back on his career.
Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki's original graphic novel "This One Summer" is "lovely, full of character and expertly restrained."
Graphic novelist Box Brown discusses "Andre the Giant: Life and Legend," a book filled with heart, depth and, best of all, lots of pro-wrestling.
Cousins Mariko and Jillian Tamaki re-team for their first collaboration since "Skim" to tell a coming of age story in "This One Summer."
"Understanding Comics" author Scott McCloud returns to the medium in 2015 with "The Sculptor," a graphic novel published by First Second.
Danica Novgorodoff discusses "The Undertaking of Lily Chen," an OGN that explores the ancient concept of ghost brides in a contemporary setting.
James Kochalka discusses his newest book, "The Glorkian Warrior Delivers A Pizza" and reveals where to get the best barbecue chicken pizza.
First Second has announced the fall release of "The Zoo Box," a book for young readers about a mysterious box by Ariel Cohn and Aron Nels Steinke.
From perennials like "Daredevil," "Batman" & "Saga" to acclaimed graphic novels including "March" & "The Property" to all-ages hits, CBR looks at the best of 2013.
The cartoonist and publisher of Retrofit Comics talks about "Andre the Giant: Life and Legend," an OGN which tells the story of the late wrestling icon.
Writers MK Reed & Greg Means and artist Joe Flood talk to CBR News about their new romantic comedy out now from First Second Books.
Tim looks at Paul Pope's long-anticipated "Battling Boy" and finds a fantastic superhero comic exploding to the surface. And it's a great-looking surface.
A legendary artist from the Silver Age of Comics, Ramona Fradon talks about her new story in "Fairy Tale Comics," why her favorite project was Metamorpho, fond memories of "Brenda Starr" and more.
Award-winning "American Born Chinese" cartoonist Gene Luen Yang unites with colorist Lark Pien to deliver the provocative diptych, "Boxers & Saints." The pair spoke with CBR about their latest endeavor.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner chats with Tony Cliff about his most recent project from First Second books, "Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant."
Tony Cliff discusses his graphic novel "Delilah Dirk and The Turkish Lieutenant," which provides readers with a fun mix of high-adventure, humor and swashbuckling derring-do.
More than 582,000 flock to Taipei Comics Exhibition! The cost of conventions to publishers! That Bronze Age collection may be worth less than you thought! Staten Island's "more female-friendly" shop! Plus more!
The most unlikely super team in comic books, Paul Pope and Gene Luen Yang come together to discuss the simultaneous launch of their books from First Second - "Battling Boy" and "Boxers & Saints."
Writer Steven T. Seagle spoke with CBR about the importance of the "small" things in "Genius," his latest original, semi-autobiographical graphic novel with frequent collaborator, artist Teddy Kristiansen.
"Templar" creators Jordan Mechner, LeUyen Pham & Alex Puvilland talk to CBR News about their nearly five hundred-page Medieval adventure-heist and its five year journey to completion.
Paul Pope gives readers a one-two punch of adventure and annihilation in "The Death of Haggard West," a one-shot prequel to his highly anticipated, long-awaited "Battling Boy."
Writer Jim Ottaviani follows up his "Feynman" biography with "Primates," a story about the studies and discoveries of primatologists Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birute Galdikas with art by Maris Wicks.
Writer Cecil Castelluci and artist Sara Varon spoke with CBR News about their new children's book "Odd Duck," and how the story manages to find the odd in even the most normal of ducks -- and humans.
Writer Prudence Shen and artist Faith Erin Hicks, the creators of First Second's "Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong," spoke to CBR about their new high-school set graphic novel.