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Rick Remender talks with CBR as he and Greg Tocchini prepare to send readers to "Low's" radiation-drenched Earth's surface for the first time.
Rick Remender spoke with CBR about the aquatic-set Image series' return, the fallout from the first arc finale and the story's next deep dive.
The writer spoke in Anaheim about the personal nature of his and Greg Tocchini's "Low," and early plans for what became Marvel's "AXIS" event.
Rick Remender dives deep into his and Greg Tocchini's "Low," sharing exclusive art and assuring readers, "It's so much more than an aquatic sci-fi thing."
Rick Remender explains how his discovery of nihilism at 8 years old led to stories of an underwater civilization in his new Image series, "Low."
Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini announced their aquatic science-fiction/fantasy series "Low" today at Image Expo, now check out a preview.
CBR News spoke with writer Rick Remender about his plans for "Uncanny X-Force" including a fantasy style battle in Otherworld and an epic arc that turns the series upside down.
Doug Zawisza gives Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini's "Uncanny X-Force" #22 4 stars, saying the issue has "no shortage of excitement and adventure."
Ryan K Lindsay gives "Batman and Robin" #26 4.5 stars calling writer David Hine's single-issue story "a work of art, a thought made real to be dissected and analyzed."
The "War of the Four Cities" storyline in Marvel Comics' "FF" kicks into high gear with the return of the Inhumans! CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Hickman about what comes next.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "FF" #6 by Jonathan Hickman and Greg Tocchini. Black Bolt returns from the grave next week!
DC COmics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Batman and Robin" #25, the final chapter of Judd WInick's Red Hood guest-starring arc.
Black Bolt returns to the world of the former Fantastic Four to find the Inhuman world in peril as Marvel Comics shares an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Greg Tocchini's "FF" #7 on tap for July.
Before wrapping up Dick Grayson's final story as Batman, writer David Hine speaks to THE BAT SIGNAL about giving the Dynamic Duo a surrealist twist in "Batman and Robin" #26.
Marvel has released an advance look at "FF" #6 by Jonathan Hickman and Greg Tocchini with a Mark Bagley cover. Black Bolt returns to the world of the living in the latest chapter of "War of the Four Cities" on July 27!
Radical Publishing and "Avatar" actor Sam Worthington have tapped director F. Gary Gray for the film adaptation of Rick Remender's "The Last Day's of American Crime" in which Worthington will star.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Captain America and the Secret Avengers" by Kelly Due DeConnick and Greg Tocchini. The one-shot hits stores March 30.
In "Captain America and the Secret Avengers," Sharon Carter and the Black Widow, attempt to prevent a young and dangerous girl from making a life changing mistake. We spoke with Kelly Sue DeConnick about the one-shot.
Updated with new art! With March's "Captain America and the First Thirteen" one-shot, writer Kathryn Immonen brings readers a tale of love and war starring Captain America and his first love, Peggy Carter.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look March's "Captain America and Crossbones" one-shot, written by William Harms with art by Declan Shalvey and a Greg Tocchini cover.
The final issue of Radical's "Last Days of American Crime" hits this week, and CBR News has the details on the series’ origins, the final issue, the proposed film and Rick Remender's views on the heist of the century.
Radical has provided CBR with an exclusive extended preview of Rick Remender's "Last Days of American Crime" with art by Greg Tocchini and covers by Tocchini & Alex Maleev.
The artist of Radical Comic's "The Last Days of American Crime" spoke with CBR News about the concept behind his and Rick Remender's new comics series, the challenges he faced in developing a new art style and more.
In two weeks, it will become impossible for Americans to break the law. CBR News talked to Rick Remender, writer of Radical's new miniseries, “Last Days of American Crime,” to find out why.