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In honor of the Presidents Day holiday, CBR presents a full story by the "Action Presidents" team, starring America's third head of state.
Valiant's upcoming Valiant First initiative brings five months of new #1 issues, including new series for "Rai" and "Dr. Mirage"
Fred Van Lente looks at what makes humans real with the sci-fi action epic of Dynamite's upcoming "Magnus: Robot Fighter."
Oscar nominee Michael Sporn dies at age 67. Crunching GN numbers from New York Times bestseller lists! Interviews with Snyder, Van Lente and Carey and Gross!
Fred Van Lente is making his 2014 more Dark Horse-ian with "Project Black Sky," a "Brain Boy" sequel, "Conan The Avenger" and creator-owned projects.
Writers Christos Gage, Fred Van Lente and Josh Dysart discuss Valiant's upcoming "Archer & Armstrong"/"Bloodshot" crossover "Mission Improbable."
Writer Fred Van Lente discusses the marriage of humor, history and politics in his and Ryan Dunlavey's digital comic, "Action Presidents."
Valiant has announced a wave of zero issues with origin stories for the H.A.R.D. Corps, the "Quantum and Woody" Goat & more.
"The Mocking Dead" #3 continues Dynamite's zombie send-up by writer Fred Van Lente and artist Max Dunbar. Learn how to defend yourself Nov. 13!
On October 30, the Joes battle the Mad Monk's all-out assault on the Big Apple from the underground, brought to you by the team of Fred Van Lente and Steve Kurth!
Wendy & Richard Pini, Brian Wood, Fred Van Lente, and Rafal Jaki of "The Witcher" discuss creating new worlds and embracing the fantastic at Dark Horse.
Fred Van Lente is set to take over Dark Horse Comics' "Conan the Barbarian" in March 2014, and CBR News has the exclusive first interview with the writer on what he's bringing to the Hyborian Age.
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.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the latest teaser for Dynamite Entertainment's mystery announcement, this time revealing Fed Van Lente's involvement in the publisher's 2014 event.
Fourth annual Cincinnati Comic Expo kicks off Friday! Geoff Johns talks "Forever Evil" and Lex Luthor! Fred Van Lente on "Brain Boy"! Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline on "Adventure Time"! Plus much more!
The minds behind IDW's "G.I. Joe" titles, Chuck Dixon, Fred Van Lente & Mike Costa, speak with CBR six months after the line's relaunch, revealing future plot details crossovers and more.
Writer Fred Van Lente discusses the upcoming "Sect Civil War" mini-event, pitting all the major villains of the Valiant U against each other with both Archer and Armstrong on opposite sides of the fence.
With the debut of the series shuffling ever closer, Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the colored pages for Fred Van Lente and Max Dunbar's flesh-eating parody, "The Mocking Dead."
Writer Fred Van Lente draws on his own experience at the UN to bring Dark Horse superhero "Brain Boy" to life in a new series where the "psychic a-hole" gets caught in Secret Service intrigue.
Writer Fred Van Lente is ready to bring the Dark Horse revival of underground '60s superhero "Brain Boy" to his own mini series, and CBR has the first look with covers by Ariel Olivetti and Juan Doe.
IDW's WonderCon panel on its Hasbro titles featured updates on the worlds of G.I. Joe, My Little Pony and Dungeons & Dragons, plus a major announcement of "the biggest event in Transformers comics history."
Fred Van Lente gives CBR the inside scoop on "G.I. Joe" #1 with page-by-page commentary on why he picked the team he did, what he loves about Tunnel Rat, teases lots of upcoming stories and more.
Fred Van Lente, the writer of Valiant's "Archer & Armstrong," steps up to the roulette wheel this week and answers questions about his hometown -- which he shares with a famous cartoonist -- music and more.
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.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Clayton Henry head to the ancient civilization of Ur to explore the origins of the Anni-Padda in May's "Archer & Armstrong" #0, and we have an exclusive preview.
Writer Fred Van Lente spoke with CBR News about his upcoming "G.I. Joe" relaunch for IDW, including the new Joe status quo following the end of the current series and what fans can expect moving forward.
IDW creators Andy Diggle, Katie Cook, Fred Van Lente and more brought the latest info to NYCC 2012 on everything from "Mars Attacks" and "Doctor Who" to "My Little Pony," "G.I. Joe" and more.
Dynamite Entertainment made a big splash at New York Comic Con announcing new projects from top creators like Rick Remender, Tim Seeley, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Andy Lanning and more.
Fred Van Lente, Justin Jordan and Joshua Dysart shared their excitement for the future of Valiant during their NYCC panel, announcing upcoming story arcs, revealing new art and announcing the return of Quantum and Woody.
Valiant Entertainment has released a preview of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong" #3." The duo goes up against ninja nuns of the Vatican October 10.
Valiant Executive Editor Warren Simons weighs in on the Eternal Warrior's return announced at Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend with a full gallery of images from the Valiant panel.
CBR News spoke with Marvel and developer Wideload Games about their newest mobile game for iOS and Android, "Avengers Initiative," and their ambitious plans for a shared gaming universe.
James Hunt gives "Hulk: Season One" by Fred Van Lente and Tom Fowler 4.5 stars calling the original graphic novel "accessible, interesting and technically accomplished."
With the first issue of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong relaunch hitting stores this week, Valiant has provided CBR with a look ahead at issue #4's variant covers by Jason Pearson and Juan Doe.
Greg McElhatton gives "Archer & Armstrong" #1 4 stars calling the inaugural issue by Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry "exactly how a series from twenty years ago should be updated for a relaunch today."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea discusses the new incarnation of "Archer & Armstrong," Clayton Henry's art and rebuilding a superhero universe from the ground up with writer Fred Van Lente.