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Frank Tieri outlines his plans for "Space: Punisher," in which a re-imagined Frank Castle takes on a mysterious space mafia, Hulk as a cosmic Moby Dick, and the dangerous Avengers Federation.
DC Comics has announced the writers and artists joining "Deathstroke" writer/artist Rob Liefeld on "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" with a glimpse at Liefeld's new cover art.
"Captain Brooklyn" co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Frank Tieri spoke with CBR about their new Image Comics miniseries, working with artist Amanda Conner and their love of Brooklyn.
CBR TV spoke with Jimmy Palmiotti about his work on "All-Star Western" with Justin Grey and Moritat, his upcoming "Captain Brooklyn" project with Frank Tieri and Amanda Conner and more.
In "Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters, and Mutants," the titular heroic hell raisers must contend with vengeance seeking villains, and a horde of undead monsters. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the project.
The telepathic serial killer Mr. X is out for revenge on the first person to ever defeat him in the one-shot “Wolverine: Mr. X”, which is in stores this week. We spoke with writer Frank Tieri about the project.
Frank Tieri's work involves mystery, mayhem, and menace, and this month sees the release of two books with all of those things: "Web of Spider-Man" #4 and a "Wolverine: Wendigo!" one-shot. We spoke with the writer about them.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Wolverine Vs. Thor," a new web comic from writer Frank Tieri and artist Paco Diaz that debuts next week on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited.
Frank Tieri talks to CBR News about his two returning to Marvel’s Mighty Mutant in two upcoming projects, "Wolverine: Mr. X" and "Wolverine Vs. Thor," both of which were announced last weekend in Chicago.
This August, Frank Tieri and Paul Azaceta will spin a new legend for the Marvel Universe's crime-killing anti-hero by placing the Punisher in the era of Al Capone, Bugsy Malone and Dutch Schutz when Frank Castle goes "Noir."
With the final issue of Frank Tieri's "Gotham Underground" in stores this week, the writer jumps into the fray of "Batman R.I.P." in a two-issue stint with the DCU's most volatile black ops super team.