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Writer Greg Pak explains why Amadeus Cho will show new side of the Hulk, why he returned to Jade Giant and what comics and sports share in common.
Greg Pak and Frank Cho introduce the next generation of Hulk in this preview for their all-new Marvel series.
Day two of Baltimore Comic-Con comes knocking with big news from the Marvel camp and creators Greg Pak, Frank Cho, Frank Tieri, and more.
Axel Alonso details the behind-the-scenes origins of the "Totally Awesome Hulk," and talks three recently announced new series.
The lead character of Greg Pak and Frank Cho's "Totally Awesome Hulk" will be familiar to longtime Hulk readers.
The latest "Totally Awesome Hulk" teaser alludes to a mischievous replacement for Bruce Banner in the Greg Pak and Frank Cho series.
The fourth face-obscured image for Greg Pak and Frank Cho's upcoming Marvel series has a somewhat Asgardian flavor.
A third variation on "Totally Awesome Hulk's" teaser art keeps the mystery of the new jade giant's identity going.
The identity of the "Totally Awesome Hulk" is currently a mystery, and Marvel's new teaser either adds insight or obfuscates further.
Veteran "Hulk" writer Greg Pak returns for a new take on the Jade Giant and explains his plans for the totally mysterious, "Totally Awesome Hulk."
The Hulk is about to get "Totally Awesome" as part of the "All-New, All-Different" Marvel roster, but who could this new Green Goliath be?
Marvel's new Hulk opts out of using "Incredible" or "Savage" as his descriptor when the new character and series debut in late 2015.
The next chapter in the story of Frank Cho and Doug Murray's prehistoric hero arrives in April.
Frank Cho discusses his incoming BOOM! Studios creator-owned series "Skybourne," his ideal She-Hulk arc and his current creativity.
Frank Cho and Tom Sniegoski discuss their upcoming novel/comic hybrid, Cho's new art instruction book, the future of "Liberty Meadows" and more.
As the formerly unkillable X-Man faces his demise, creators from Herb Trimpe to Charles Soule discuss Wolverine's legacy in Baltimore.
Frank Cho and Tom Sniegoski’s announced more details at Baltimore Comic-Con about their new creator-owned series the publisher and story details.
BOOM! Studios made it official that Mark Waid and JG Jones are working together, along with the announcement of new material from Frank Cho.
Marvel's new "Original Sin" teaser by Frank Cho depicts Captain America in agony at the hands of Doctor Strange and the Illuminati.
Check out a first look at art from Frank Cho, Lee Bermejo, Art Adams, J.G. Jones & Bruce Timm for Brian Bendis' "All-New X-Men" #25, on shelves April 9.
Due to "overwhelming" response from the comics community, Dark Horse's Stan Sakai benefit book "The Sakai Project" has increased its page count to 160.
Bryan Hitch shares an exclusive look at Travis Charest and Frank Cho's variant covers for the writer/artist's upcoming Image series.
"X-Men: Battle of the Atom" celebrates the 50th anniversary of the mutant team and CBR News spoke with editor Nick Lowe about the big events from the first two installments in the crossover.
Marvel has provided CBR with exclusive previews for Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opeña and Dustin Weaver's "Infinity" #2 and Brian Michael Bendis & Frank Cho's hotly anticipated "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #1
With the X-Event on the horizon, CBR takes an advance look at Brian Bendis, Frank Cho and Stuart Immonen's "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #1, a debut issue with "energy, excitement and flair."
Marvel has released an early preview for Brian Michael Bendis and Frank Cho's "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #1. the kick-off chapter of the publisher's next major mutant crossover event hits stores September 4.
CSBG's latest comic book easter eggs spotlight Mark Millar, Terry Dodson and Frank Cho's :Marvel Knights Spider-Man," including cameos by the Simpsons, Clark, Lois & Jimmy and... Lando Calrissian?!?
Marvel has revealed Frank Cho's cover for the upcoming X-Men mega-crossover "Battle of the Atom," which showcases Cho's take on a number of classic X-Men characters and concepts.
CBR News spoke with writers Jason Aaron and Brian Wood with Editor Nick Lowe about this fall's "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" crossover, involving "X-Men," "Uncanny X-Men," "All New X-Men" and "Wolverine & the X-Men."
Artist/writer Frank Cho spoke with CBR TV about reintroducing Amadeus Cho to the Marvel U, the status of and research involved in "Guns & Dinos" and when he plans to return to "Liberty Meadows."
"Savage Wolverine" artist Frank Cho discussed his current Marvel work, showing off upcoming pages from his closing issues of the series during his WonderCon 2013 spotlight panel.
Writer Joe Keatinge discusses his second arc on the creator-owned "Hell Yeah," the end of his run on Image Comics' "Glory," his first Marvel work and the importance of kicking ass.
This January, writer/artist Frank Cho transports readers to a mysterious, primeval island with the launch of "Savage Wolverine." We spoke with him about his Marvel NOW! project.
Creator Frank Cho is set to write and draw "Savage Wolverine," which features the clawed X-Man in a team-up with Shanna the She-Devil. The series is set to debut for Marvel NOW! in January.
Marvel has begun its third round of Marvel NOW! one-word teasers, kicking things off with Frank Cho serving as both writer and artist for a book described only as "Savage" coming in January.
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.
James Hunt gives "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #0 by Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron 4.5 stars, calling the pages by artist Frank Cho "beautiful with refined and straightforward storytelling."
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Avengers vs. X-Men" #0 by Jason Aaron with art by Frank Cho. The brawl begins March 28.
Marvel Comics has released new preview pages from "Avengers vs. X-Men" #0 by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Frank Cho. The all-out brawl begins March 28.