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Gerry Conway gives CBR the inside info on his and Mike Perkins's plans for Spider-Man's serial killing, super-powered foe.
Gerry Conway returns to the Spider-Man world to team with Mike Perkins on "Carnage," and here's a four-page preview of November's first issue.
Featuring work from Gerry Conway, Ron Garney and more, "All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One" #1 "is a good way to get a feel for Marvel's new books."
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
After calling out DC for their "despicable" creator equity policies, Conway writes an open letter to Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, and Larry Ganem.
Veteran writer Gerry Conway has written a public criticism for DC Comics' policies towards credit and equity of a main character on "The Flash."
Spider-editor Nick Lowe discusses all things "Secret Wars," the new Spider books and creative teams and everything else wall-crawler.
Gerry Conway, Carlo Barberi and Juan Vlasco's "Amazing Spider-Man" #16.1 "gives readers a solid, enjoyable start."
Gang warfare erupts across NYC in this preview of Gerry Conway and Carlo Barberi's "Amazing Spider-Man: Spiral" story arc.
Nick Lowe discusses the current developments of "Spider-Verse," the redesign of Jessica Drew's costume, Gerry Conway's return to Spidey and more.
Legendary writer Gerry Conway discussed his return to "Amazing Spider-Man" in March with "Spiral," a story that finds Spidey trying to stop a brewing mob war.
Axel Alonso returns from an editorial retreat to discuss G. Willow Wilson signing exclusively with Marvel, "Star Wars" sales & "AXIS" revelations.
Legendary writer Gerry Conway is set to return to "Amazing Spider-Man" in March for the five-part "Spiral" arc, illustrated by Carlo Barberi.
Who are the greatest writers to guide Spider-Man's adventures? From the "Amazing" to "Spectacular" and "Ultimate," CBR breaks them down.
Creators from across the decades assembled to discuss editor Julius Schwartz' time on DC Comics' Superman titles, which expanded into a discussion of what makes the Man of Steel tick.
"The Man Who Killed Gwen Stacy," Gerry Conway spoke at Comic-Con about his career in comics, the circumstances that led to writing Gwen's death, and the conflicting philosophies that drive modern day comics.
The comics, television and movie writer discussed his career, the death of Gwen Stacy, creating the Punisher and more at the Emerald City Comicon in an interview with "Attack of the Show"'s Blair Butler.
Gerry Conway, who famously scripted the death of Gwen Stacy, returns after a lengthy hiatus from comics to pen DC’s forthcoming six-issue miniseries “The Last Days of Animal Man.” CBR spoke with Conway about the book.