Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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It's all-out chaos as Joe and the Monster run from bloodsuckers and werewolves in IDW's "Joe Frankenstein" #4 by Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan.
The creators of famed Batman villain Bane, Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan, reimagine Mary Shelley's monster in IDW Publishing's "Joe Frankenstein."
Chuck Dixon discusses working with Bane co-creator Graham Nolan on their creator-owned title, and why he's fine being "no longer welcome" at the Big Two.
CBR has the exclusive debut of four July-releasing variant covers featuring the Dark Knight, by Klaus Janson, Michael Kaluta and more.
Graham Nolan discusses his "Astro City" fill-in, working on "Joe Frankenstein" with Chuck Dixon and moving "Sunshine State" to GoComics.
Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Graham Nolan discuss "Astro City" #12, the first series issue drawn by a guest artist from start to finish.
In the newest exciting installment of BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim looks at '"Doom Patrol" #18, examining Paul Kupperberg's gang of oddball superheroes right before Grant Morrison came in and changed everything.
Cartoonist Alexis Fajardo talks about moving his "Kid Beowulf" graphic novel series to Kickstarter after his publisher folded, Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan team up to do "Joe Frankenstein" and more!
Kirby4Heroes encourages Hero Initiative donations on Jack Kirby's birthday! Good sign for Comic Book Hall of Fame? Graham Nolan talks Bane! Cartoonists defy censorship in Arab world! Plus much more!
Warner Bros. seeks summary judgment on Shuster estate claims! Making a case for comics market optimism! Support for a Comic Book Hall of Fame in Cleveland! Co-creator Graham Nolan talks Bane! Plus much more!
Doug Zawisza gives "Blackhawks" #4 by Costa, Nolan and Ibanez 3.5 stars, calling the title "a fine offering for readers looking to scratch that 'Checkmate' itch in the relaunched DCU."
CBR's Kelly Thompson gives Snyder, Higgins and McCarthy's "Batman: Gates of Gotham" #5 3.5 stars, calling it "a strong ending to a compelling and different kind of Bat series."
Following the announcement of Tom Hardy signing to portray the complex villain Bane in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises," CBR News takes a look at the origins and life of the man that broke the Bat.
Legendary Batman artist Graham Nolan talks to CBR about his career in newspaper strips with "Rex Morgan, M.D." and "The Phantom," and his long awaited return to superheroes.