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Forever calls on the Daggers as all threads converge on Denver as Greg Rucka & Michael Lark deliver "Lazarus" #8 from Image Comics, on sale April 23.
Check out an exclusive first look at Russell Dauterman's designs for "Cyclops" #1, featuring Corsair, Hepzibah and Cyclops outfitted for space.
Marvel has released the first look at Greg Rucka and Russell Dauterman's space-faring "Cyclops" #1!
Dark Horse Comics headed to Emerald City Comicon to discuss new books including "Veil," "Dream Thief," "The Victories" and "Mind MGMT."
"Little Women" scribe Olivia Milch will rewrite the script for the adaptation of Greg Rucka's Oni Press series, which will star Ellen Page as Tara Chace.
Oni Press editors and creators, including Cullen Bunn, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Greg Rucka, gathered to discuss the publisher's upcoming projects.
Acclaimed writer Greg Rucka tells CBR about returning to his creator-owned P.I. series Stumptown, this time joined by artist Justin Greenwood.
Some of the industry's top creators and editors call for comics to broaden their reach by being more inclusive on the page and in comic shops.
Marvel winds down their Emerald City Comicon programming with a panel featuring Peter David, Greg Rucka, Dennis Hopeless, Jason Latour and more.
The mystery deepens in the second issue of Greg Rucka and Toni Fejzula's "Veil," and CBR has an exclusive preview!
Craig Vivieros has boarded the film adaptation of Greg Rucka's "Queen & Country" Oni Press graphic novel, starring Ellen Page.
Oni Press has revealed much of their upcoming publishing slate, including new work from Greg Rucka, Jeff Parker and Joe & Anthony Russo.
Forever gains new insight into the Freemen Resistance in Image Comics' "Lazarus" #7 by Greg Ruck and Michael Lark, on sale March 19!
The time-displaced Scott Summers goes from "All-New X-Men" to outer space in his new ongoing series, along with an unexpected travel companion.
Acclaimed writer Greg Rucka teams with artist Toni Fejzulah for "Veil," a new Dark Horse Comics horror series that isn't what you might expect.
Forever investigates rumors of the Freemen Resistance in Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #6, on sale Feb. 5 from Image Comics.
In the wake of losing the Star Wars comics license, Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson & E-i-C Scott Allie declare 2014 the "Year of the Horse" as they expand and expound on Hellboy, Buffy, superheroes and more.
Oni Press announced Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth's detective series "Stumptown" later this year, now on an ongoing basis.
CBR sits down with "Lazarus" writer Greg Rucka to discuss the science that drives his fiction and all the wonder and terror that research inspires.
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark continue the story of Forever Carlyle in "Lazarus" #5, the latest chapter in their acclaimed Image Comics series.
Artist Michael Lark spoke with CBR TV about his unique collaboration with Greg Rucka and why he'd be content drawing "Lazarus" for the rest of his career.
With the first arc of his acclaimed creator-owned series "Lazarus" concluded, Greg Rucka talks with CBR about the future of his hit Image Comics title.
Greg Rucka discussed his creator-owned titles "Lazarus" & "Veil," the perils of writing company-owned characters, and the question that bothers him.
Greg Rucka teases CBR TV with what his new series "Veil" is about, explains his thoughts on L.A. and the lengthy future planned for "Lazarus."
Greg Rucka discusses the origins of his and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" with CBR TV, including the role Warren Ellis played in the comic's genesis.
"Asterix and the Picts" enters debate about Scottish independence! Freed Chinese cartoonist speaks out against crackdown! Interviews with Alan Moore, Andy Kubert, Greg Rucka and more!
Greg Rucka and Michael Lark talk about their Image Comics book "Lazarus," its origins and what readers can expect from the title in the future.
Not quite horror, not quite mystery, unlike anything he's done before, Greg Rucka talks about his new series "Veil" and how its protagonist will change readers' perceptions.
Dark Horse announced horror titles “Veil” by Greg Rucka and “Bad Blood” by Jonathan Maberry at their horror-theme panel which included Alex de Campi, Tim Seeley and more.
Award winning writer Greg Rucka continues his current focus on creator-owned comics this March when the 5-issue "Veil" debuts from Dark Horse Comics, and CBR News has an exclusive first look.
Mike Pecci's fan-made Punisher film "The Dead Can't Be Distracted" based on Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto's run with the character has received a cease-and-desist from Marvel.
Kelly Thompson gives Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #4 5 stars, calling the issue "emotional and resonant, beautiful and smart" and "a pitch perfect ending to a stand out new series."
Image has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Lazarus" #4 by Greg Rucka & Michael Lark. Forever moves to defend her family with blood and steel as the first arc concludes Oct. 2!
"Gotham" has received a series commitment from Fox, and Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka -- who co-wrote Gotham Central" for DC Comics -- have both commented on the news, and whether it has anything to do with their work.
In her latest column, CSBG's Kelly Thompson examines her concerns with J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman's departure from DC Comics "Batwoman."
Following her return as Kitty Pryde in "X-Men: Day of Future Past," Ellen Page is in negotiations to star in "Queen & Country," based on the Greg Rucka-written Oni Press spy series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Greg Rucka & Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #3. The Twins continue their plot against their father, using Forever as their pawn August 28.
Oni Press announces a new ongoing series called "The Auteur" by Rick Spears and James Callahan, gives updates on future projects from Greg Rucka, their webcomics initiative and more in San Diego.
Augie begins a new series looking at the experiments Marvel took in the early 2000s. This week, he focuses on "Gus Beezer" and "Black Widow." One works much better than the other, but both are worthy experiments.
Meagan Damore gives Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #1 4.5 stars, calling the debut issue of the Image Comics series "simple yet profound in its storytelling and style."