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New-to-comics writer Genevieve Valentine and artist Garry Brown take on "Catwoman" this fall, with Selina Kyle joining the family business.
The larger "Spider-Verse" world will be explored this September and October, in a five-issue miniseries from Gerard Way, Richard Isanove and more.
ROBOT 6 contributor Tim O'Shea chats with the "Massive" artist about drawing the adventures of James Rhodes in Marvel's new "Iron Patriot."
Check out a first look at Garry Brown's pages for "Iron Patriot" #1 written by Ales Kot. James Rhodes flies again on March 26.
Get your post-season finale "Sons of Anarchy" fix with this exclusive preview of issue #5, out from BOOM! Studios on Jan. 8.
Lieutenant Colonel James Rhodes takes on the "Iron Patriot" armor of Norman Osborn for a new series from Ales Kot and Garry Brown. The writer explains how domestic terrorism and a nihilistic threat impact the military hero.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian Wood's "The Massive" #16. Pre-Crash hunting practices collide with post-Crash ideologies on October 23.
Writer Frank J. Barbiere and artist Garry Brown take "Five Ghosts" to Japan for a special standalone issue out Oct. 30, and CBR has an exclusive preview courtesy of Image Comics.
Marvel continues its series of NYCC teasers with a CBR-exclusive hint of what's to come from the team of Ales Kot and Garry Brown as they prepare to DEFEND the Marvel Universe.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with solicit information for Brian Wood and Garry Brown's "The Massive" #16 and covers for #16, 17 & 18 along with an exclusive preview of Issue #14.
Brian Wood doesn't sleep, he writes. January's "Star Wars" #1 marks his third Dark Horse ongoing and the busy writer spoke with CBR about his titles, utopian communities and... love stories?
"The Massive" creator/writer Brian Wood sat down with incoming artist Garry Brown to discuss his background, expectations and reactions to the series' unique storytelling challenges. Plus, exclusive art!
This week, Alan Fisher drives like hell, Max Damage goes out with a bang, Buffy Summers gets existential (again), and the world comes to an end -- not with a bang but with two covers.
CBR News spoke with "Stargate" writer Joseph Mallozzi about "Dark Matter," a new Dark Horse miniseries which follows six men and women, trapped in space, with no idea who they are or how they got there.