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Kelly Thompson gives Brian Michael Bendis and Frazer Irving's Limbo-centric, Dormammu-ravaged "Uncanny X-Men" #6 4.5 stars, calling it "an absolutely stunning X-Men tale."
Say Anything frontman Max Bemis' "Polarity" #2 hits stores May 1, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the issue, featuring art by Jorge Coelho and a Frazer Irving cover.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Polarity" #1. Created and written by Say Anything frontman Max Bemis with art by Jorge Coelho, the series debuts April 3.
Max Bemis, front man for the rock band Say Anything, spoke with CBR about "his first comics writing project Polarity," a four-issue series from BOOM! Studios, exploring the world of bi-polar disorder and super powers.
Courtesy of Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of their new Image Comics title "Bedlam!" The ongoing series debuts with an oversized first issue on Halloween.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Grant Morrison, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving's "Batman Incorporated" #0. Explore the origins of the network of heroes assembled to battle Leviathan on Sept 26!
"The Shade" writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about the final issue of his maxi-series, its near cancellation and his ideas for future Shade stories in the DC Universe.
Jennifer Cheng gives "The Shade" #11 by James Robinson and Frazer Irving 4 stars, saying the issue gives Irving "the chance to show off an extraordinary artistic imagination."
Writer Joshua Fialkov discusses his October one-shot that reimagines the origins of "He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe" villain, Skeletor.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR has an exclusive extended preview of Sam Humphries' "Higher Earth" #3, on sale August 1.
DC has released a vast array of new covers including Jim Lee's "Justice League" #11, Frazer Irving's "The Shade" #10 variant and a diverse offering of "Before Watchmen" by Phil Jimenez, Joshua Middletown and José Luis García-López.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Shade" #9 4 stars, calling the endeavor by James Robinson and Frazer Irving a "thoroughly enjoyable and high quality mini-series since its debut."
DC has released a preview of "The Shade" #9 by James Robinson with art by Frazer Irving. The Shade returns to London for the final chapter of the miniseries on June 13.
Coming in May from BOOM! Studios, "Sacrifice" and "Our Love Is Real" writer Sam Humphries launches "Higher Earth," an ongoing series in which multiple Earths fall into a single empire.
Guest-writer Eric Nolen-Weathington looks at the career thus far of Frazer Irving, dissecting the distinctive artist's style and process, form his days working on "Judge Death" to his recent gig on "Xombi."
Writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about "The Shade," a 12-issue maxi-series spotlighting the anti-hero from the pages of "Starman" debuting in October from DC Comics.
Writer John Rozum and artist Scott McDaniel talk with CBR News about the elctromagnetic-powered star of "Static Shock," one of DC's September relaunch titles.
Tim considers how best to read certain serialized comics and spotlights recent books of interest like Paul Cornell's "Action Comics," Rozum and Irving's "Xombi," and Jeff Parker's "Thunderbolts."
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gives "Xombi" #1 4.5 stars, praising the Milestone relaunch by original series writer John Rozum and artist Frazer Irving by saying, "this book is too good to be ignored."
Tim Callahan gave "Batman and Robin" #16, the final Grant Morrison issue with Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving on art, 4 stars, calling it "part wrap-up, part celebration and part artistic jam session."
Frazer Irving, the artist on the acclaimed "Batman And Robin Must Die!" arc, explains how his history with Grant Morrison and Batman collided, why he's tired of Puritans and how he controls the visual tone of Gotham City.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Batman & Robin" #15 by writer Grant Morrison with art and variant cover by Frazer Irving and a cover by Frank Quitely. The issue hits tomorrow, October 20.
Giving Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Batman and Robin" #14 4 stars, Greg McEllhaton says "I'm sad that Morrison only has two more issues left, but he's knocking this last big story out of the park."
DC Comics has released a preview of this week's "Batman and Robin" #14 by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving with covers by Frank Quitely and Irving. It's Robin vs the Joker on Thursday, September 9!
Dc Comics has released an advance look at "Batman and Robin" #14 by Grant Morrison and artist Frazer Irving. The faceoff between Damian Wayne and the Joker continues on September 8!
Chad Nevett reviewed artist Frazer Irving's first issue of the Grant Morrison written "Batman and Robin Must Die" storyline, giving it 4.5 stars and saying of the story, "you just have to know what happens next."
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batman and Robin" #13, by writer Grant Morrison and new artist Frazer Irving with covers by Irving and Frank Quitely. The new story arc hits stores tomorrow, July 8.
Upcoming “Batman and Robin” artist Frazer Irving discusses his favorite takes on Batman from Brian Bolland to Adam West, the challenges of drawing the Dark Knight, and forming a dynamic duo with superstar writer Grant Morrison.
Timothy Callahan gave chapter two of "The Return of Bruce Wayne" by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving 4.5 stars, saying, "this second issue is astonishingly great...Morrison and Irving [know what they're doing]."
The British artist has confirmed he will be drawing “Batman and Robin” #10-12, following up preceding arcs by Frank Quitely, current artist Philip Tan and Cameron Stewart on the popular DC Comics title.
Archaia & Roddenberry Productions' “Days Missing” is a about major events surgically excised from history. Each issue features a different creative team, with Phil Hester & Frazer Irving kicking things off. We spoke with Irving.
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the cover of "Gene Roddenberry's Days Missing" #1, and the first news of the project's creative team: Phil Hester and Frazer Irving!