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In Duane Swierczynski and Greg Scott's "The Black Hood: Season 2" #1, Gregory Hettinger must come out of retirement to face a deadly assassin.
The Black Hood is faced with having to reveal the truth to those closest to him in the latest issue from Duane Swierczynski and Greg Scott.
"The Lonely Crusade" continues as writer Duane Swierczynski welcomes Greg Scott as the new artist on his Dark Circle series this February.
"Sabrina" artist Robert Hack will guest illustrate "The Black Hood" #8, before Greg Scott takes over as new series artist with issue #9.
Risks, danger and thrills abound as a former NYPD detective turned P.I. tries to solve a murder in Tom DeFalco & Greg Scott's Dark Circle Comics GN.
IDW's exploration of the origin of the X-Files reaches its penultimate chapter in "X-Files: Year Zero" #4 by Karl Kesel, Vic Malhotra & Greg Scott.
"Mr. Xero's" tips to the FBI lead to the creation of the X-Files in IDW's "The X-Files: Year Zero" #3 by Karl Kesel, Vic Malhotra and Greg Scott.
Karl Kesel, Greg Scott & Vic Malhotra explore the earliest days of the X-Files as well as Mulder & Scully mystery in IDW's "X-Files: Year Zero" #1.
"X-Files: Year Zero" writer Karl Kesel tells CBR about the origin series, why he loves the '40s and weighs in on those "Fantastic Four" rumors.
Your skin will be crawling long after you finish reading "Chitter," the creepy story told by Joe Harris and Greg Scott in "X-Files: Season 10" #9 from IDW.
"The Flash" writer Tom Peyer and Seattle Times critic Mark Rahner talk to CBR about "Galveston," their new miniseries from BOOM! based on the real-life relationship between famous cowboys and pirates.