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In CSBG's latest strange comics spotlight, see how Stan Lee dealt with Matt Murdock's secret identity woes -- by giving Daredevil a fake twin brother!
Comic book legend Marv Wolfman spoke with CBR News about revisiting "Night Force" as a miniseries and how his 12-issue '80s series paved the way for darker contemporary comics.
Veteran writer Marv Wolfman and artist Tom Mandrake return to the DC Universe with the March debut of "Night Force," a 7-issue miniseries updating Wolfman and Gene Colan's early-80s creation.
Colleagues, friends and fans gathered to remember the life and work of one of comics' great artists, Gene Colan, as Walt Simonson, David Lloyd and Don McGregor shared stories of the legendary artist.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Greg Hatcher takes time this weekend to say farewell to the late, great Gene Colan.
George Khoury looks back at the life, career and legacy of legendary artist Gene Colan, known to generations of fans for his work with Daredevil, Iron Man, Howard the Duck and more.
A comics industry legend has passed away. Gene Colan, known best for his work on Daredevil and co-creating the character Blade, has died at the age of 84.
In this new feature at CSBG examining plotlines that were abandoned and explained away, see how quickly - and awkwardly - Marvel wrote off the ending of Steve Englehart's 1970s "Doctor Strange" run!
In February, the Hero Initiative will publish "The Invincible Gene Colan", a retrospective covering the career of one of the legends of the comics industry. CBR News spoke with Colan about the project and the long career that led up to it.
Gene Colan was late to his own Spotlight, but a gathering of 1970s talent (including Marv Wolfman, Doug Moench and others) were happy to sing the legend’s praises — and discuss comics of their own.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings an exclusive preview of "Captain America" #601 by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Gene Colan. Available in color or black & white, this issue goes on sale next week.
This week: the final word on "Final Crisis," and the irrelevancy of mythology; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, days 8-14; and a handful of notes, as Comic Book Resources gears up for New York.
Reminiscing about a screw-up project and what can and can't be done about them; Williamson/Frazetta comics plus ads of the 1950s; why the candidate pickings are slim; plus Gene Colan, "Speed Racer" and other notes. UPDATED
CBR News has learned that comic book great Gene Colan was hospitalized this past week due to various health complications resulting from liver failure.