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Warren Ellis and Gale Anne Hurd team for an original television series, while Rick Remender and Frank Barbiere ink adaptation deals.
CBR has an exclusive preview of Frank J. Barbiere and Victor Santos' twist on the superhero genre, "Black Market" #1.
Frank Barbiere and Marco Rudy's Doctor Strange-centric "New Avengers Annual" #1 is "one heck of an issue."
Frank J. Barbiere and Toby Cypress reach the end of the line in "The White Suits" #4, on sale July 2 from Dark Horse.
"Five Ghosts" writer Frank J. Barbiere teams with Marco Rudy for "New Avengers Annual" #1, which explores Doctor Strange's new powers.
Blackout runs afoul of an 8-foot tall mechanical monster -- three of them, in fact -- in Dark Horse's "Blackout" #3 by Frank Barbiere & Colin Lorimer.
The final pieces of the bloodstained puzzle fall into place in Frank J. Barbiere and Toby Cypress' "The White Suits" #4, on sale May 21 from Dark Horse.
Writer Frank J. Barbiere tells CBR about his Marvel debut, a solo adventure starring Illuminati member Doctor Strange in June's "New Avengers Annual."
Dynamite's "Solar: Man of the Atom" #1 starts with an accident as Frank J. Barbiere & Joe Bennett deliver a spark in the latest Gold Key relaunch.
It may be the end of the line for ex-Suit Prizrak in Frank J. Barbiere & Toby Cypress' "The White Suits" #3, on sale April 16 from Dark Horse Comics.
An all-star ECCC panel of Image Comics creators teamed up to discuss genre writing, research process and upcoming projects.
Dark Horse Comics headed to Emerald City Comicon to discuss new books including "Veil," "Dream Thief," "The Victories" and "Mind MGMT."
Frank J. Barbiere discusses his creator-owned, superhero body part-dealing "Black Market" and the book's sibling dynamic.
"Five Ghosts" & "White Suits" writer Frank Barbiere opens the next phase of Dynamite's Gold Key relaunch with a family man gifted with godlike sci-fi powers.
Russian mafia, FBI agents and mercenaries collide in this exclusive preview of Frank Barbiere and Toby Cypress' "The White Suits" #2.
Frank Barbiere resurrects cold war hitmen in the creator-owned "The White Suits" and preps "Blackout's" superhero future, all while avoiding writer typecasting.
Writer Frank J. Barbiere dusts off the dossier on "The White Suits," his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries with artist Toby Cypress.
Writer Frank Barbiere talks with ROBOT 6 about "Five Ghosts'" big year as it moved from five-issue miniseries to Image Comics ongoing.
"Five Ghosts" writer Frank J. Barbiere joins in on the movie tie-in action with BOOM! Studios' "RoboCop: Memento Mori."
Gold Key properties "Magnus," "Turok," "Solar" and "Doctor Spektor" have a new home at Dynamite Entertainment, and CBR News talked to Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and more about the revival.
In the third of four teasers promoting Dynamite Entertainment's NYCC Friday announcement, CBR exclusively reveals that "Five Ghosts" writer Frank Barbiere is part of the mystery event.
Writer Frank J. Barbiere and artist Garry Brown take "Five Ghosts" to Japan for a special standalone issue out Oct. 30, and CBR has an exclusive preview courtesy of Image Comics.
Writer Frank Barbiere discusses his tale in "Dark Horse Presents" featuring the debut of Dark Horse Comics' newest character, the sci-fi infused superhero known as Blackout.
Eisner Awards submissions are due today! Grant Morrison on "Action Comics" and Wonder Woman! Burglars caught on camera breaking into comics store! Frank J. Barbiere talks "Five Ghosts"! Plus more!
Dark Horse PR Director Jeremy Atkins spoke with creators Kelly Sue DeConnick, Michael Avon Oeming, Francesco Francavilla, Joshua Williamson and Frank Barbiere about the publisher's superhero initiative.
This May, Dark Horse grows its superhero pantheon with a revival of '60s hero "Brain Boy" from Fred Van Lente and the all-new hero Blackout. Mike Richardson explains how it all comes together.
"Five Ghosts" collaborators Frank J. Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham talk about bringing their high-concept pulp-adventure series to Image, the lessons they learned from Kickstarter, and what readers can expect from their "haunted" hero.
Up-and-coming creators Frank J. Barbiere and Luke Radl spoke with CBR about "The White Suits," their gritty crime drama set in 1980s Moscow kicking off in April's "Dark Horse Presents" #11.