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Frank Barbiere discusses his and Brent Schoonover's vision for "Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D." and their fight against the villainous Sphinx.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' Dejah Thoris battles her way back into comics with a new Dynamite series by writer Frank Barbiere and artist Francesco Manna.
Brett's fallen for Frank Barbiere and Brent Schoonover's new Marvel series -- and it's not just because it stars Dum Dum Dugan.
Writer Gail Simone talks to CBR about Dynamite's update of three major female heroes, and how it was "never about taking away the sex appeal."
Dum Dum's monstrous recruits take on a familiar form in this variant for "Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D." #2 from Francesco Francavilla.
Gail SImone and Nicola Scott are giving the iconic characters new directions for series by Marguerite Bennett, Aneke, Frank Barbiere and Kate Leth.
Frank Barbiere and Brent Schoonover introduce Marvel's scariest team in this preview for "Howling Commandos of SHIELD" #1.
Monster-wrangler Frank Barbiere debriefs CBR on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s monstrous military unit of marauding creatures.
CBR has learned that "Justice League United," "Gotham By Midnight," "Omega Men," "Doomed" and "Lobo" will come to a close at DC Comics.
Dum Dum Dugan and his team of monstrous Howling Commandos get an origin story in next month's "SHIELD" #9, before headlining their own series.
Ahead of Comic-Con International, the publishing startup has announced its first wave of writers.
Frank Barbiere and Christopher Peterson's "Broken World" #1 is "an amazingly strong start."
Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Rick Remender and more try not to turn everything into porn as they follow their passions at Image Comics.
Witness the fall of the Avengers as "Time Runs Out" in Marvel Comics' "Avengers World" #19 by Frank J. Barbiere & Marco Checchetto.
"Avengers World" writer Frank J. Barbiere and Christopher Peterson discuss bringing a character focus to their upcoming sci-fi thriller, "Broken World."
Before "Time Runs Out," Namor tries to comfort the Invisible Woman in Frank Barbiere & Marco Checchetto's "Avengers World" #18 from Marvel.
Frank Barbiere talks about rewinding the clock to show how the stage was set for Jonathan Hickman's "Time Runs Out" Avengers storyline.
The supernatural period piece by co-creators Frank J. Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham will be adapted by "Divergent" screenwriter.
Beyond DC's one-shot, the Teen of Steel lives on with Frank Barbiere's "Secret Origins" as he preps more "Five Ghosts," "Solar" and "Avengers World."
Creators, editors & journalists writers gave valuable insights into the business of being creative in a special Comic-Con presentation by ComiXology.
BOOM! Studios staff and talent including Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discuss good editing versus bad editing and the qualities of a great editing relationship.
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."