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"World War Z" author Max Brooks spoke with CBR about his new G.I. Joe miniseries, "Hearts and Minds," with art by Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso. A preview edition is on sale at WonderCon, with the first issue arriving in May.
Howard Chaykin's controversial series sees a new life at Dynamite, bringing its sexed-up story of vampires, pornography and classic noir stylings back to the limelight without the stigma that originally followed it.
In April, BOOM! Studios unleashes Mark Waid's “Irredeemable Special,” starring rogue hero the Plutonian's former friends and victims. The issue features art by Howard Chaykin, Emma Rios, and Paul Azaceta. CBR News spoke with Waid about the issue.
The legendary writer and artist comes full circle with Dynamite Entertainment's new 'Power & Glory' and 'Black Kiss' trades, as well as new Marvel work reflecting his interests and life in L.A.
This week: Steven has the last word on Howard Chaykin; the EC-Atlas link of the '50s; plus family matters, the comics-methadrine connection, political conspiracy theories, the return of Comics Cover Challenge and more notes
In praise of Howard Chaykin Pt. 1; health care reform and the death panels we already have; plus the ANDRE addendum, Slate looks into why movies don't sell comics, what's a week without the Comics Cover Challenge and more?
BOOM! Studios explores the origins of terrorist-fighting policeman John McClane in “Die Hard: Year One,” a new ongoing series set ten years before the first film. We spoke with writer Howard Chaykin about the series.
In this week's new one-shot, “Captain America Theater of War: America First!”, writer/artist Howard Chaykin takes readers back in time with a tale that stars the Communist hunting Cap of the 1950s.
Whatever Happened to the DC Sci-Fi Heroes? Tim answers that question by taking an in-depth look at a lost classic from the Modern Age: Howard Chaykin and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez's underrated 1990 mini-series, "Twilight."
Comics in the library, local version; in praise of Dan O'Neill; art for story, and the Chaykin effect; plus new publications, TV & retail shakeouts, virtual collapses, the new new America and lots of other notes in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Influential comics creator Howard Chaykin hosted a panel in Baltimore spotlighting the venerable Adam Hughes. The pair discussed with fans their respective styles, careers, and what to expect in "All Star Wonder Woman."
Last week at Comic-Con International, Howard Chaykin answered questions and talked to fans about his 35-plus year career in the comic book industry, discussing such seminal projects as "Blackhawk" and "American Flagg!"
After a three year delay from it's initial announcement, the much anticipated hardcover collection of Howard Chaykin's legendary "American Flagg!" finally sees the light of day through Image Comics & Dynamic Forces.