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The writer/artist discussed his meteoric, "Sex Criminals"-fueled rise in comics, writing "Jughead" for Archie, and why he wants to steal Mark Waid's writing gigs.
Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones give readers "an issue full of well-acted characters and funny gags" in "Howard the Duck" #4.
The superstar artist lends his considerable skills - and humor - to Howard's new series, and CBR has the exclusive debut of his variant cover!
"Fans of 'The Unbeatable Squirrel-Girl' and 'Rocket Raccoon' will feel right at home with Howard" in Chip Zdarsky & Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #3.
"Captain" Marvel returns to Earth, "Storm" protects the Jean Grey School, the Spider-Wasp arrives in "Spider-Man 2099" and more Marvel previews.
A wide range of Marvel books from "Howard The Duck" to "Spider-Gwen" stake their claim to summer supremacy as "S.H.I.E.L.D." nears 50 years this fall.
Cartoonist says she's "floored" by honor! Interviews with Daniel Clowes, Chip Zdarsky, and Bastien Vivès, Michael Sanlaville and Balak! Pre-Code horror!
It's a war of trailers as George Lucas talks about his Star Wars and Howard the Duck past while Brad Bird teases "The Incredibles 2."
Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #2 is "one heck of a humor comic."
Groot and Rocket Raccoon try to figure out the New York subway system in a new cover by Nick Bradshaw.
Lazy Sunday? Make the most of it by perusing art from comics including "Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man" #12 and "Howard the Duck" #2.
Axel Alonso shares his enthusiasm for Chip Zdarsky & Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck," talks the latest "Star Wars" sales success and plenty more.
In "Howard the Duck" #1, "Zdarsky and Quinones deliver no shortage of laughs in this punchy and comedic debut issue."
Change affects convention center and six nearby lots! A look at Dark Horse's manga line! Chip Zdarsky talks "Howard the Duck" and more1
Celebrate Howard the Duck's new series with our comic book legends related to the Master of Quack-Fu, like how he had to wear pants due to a lawsuit from Disney!
Sergio Aragones, James Stokoe, Rafael Abuquerque and more comprise the new wave of artists handling covers for Marvel's Howard the Duck-centric month.
Writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Joe Quinones launch "Howard the Duck" back into the Marvel Universe this March as the star of his own ongoing series.
Francavilla, Forbes, Guillory and Ward contribute the first wave of covers for Marvel's Howard the Duck-centric month.
In the wake of universe-altering "Secret Wars" news, Axel Alonso helps navigate how the soon-to-be altered Marvel terrain will affect readers.
Marvel has announced a new series of variant covers for "Howard the Duck" #1, each one depicting a different moment in the life of the title character.
Mahmud Asrar and Skottie Young provide artwork for a pair of covers riffing on the hip-hop duo's logo.
The finale of "Guardians of the Galaxy" wasn't always meant to feature Marvel's sardonic duck.
Axel Alonso returns to talk the new "Howard the Duck" series, the #SaveStorm campaign, "Ultron Forever," "Star Wars," "Preacher" on TV and more.
Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones discuss turning the foul-mouthed waterfowl into a private dick investigating some of the Marvel U's strangest cases.
The "Sex Criminals" artist will pen the cult favorite duck's new ongoing adventures as a private investigator.
In the wake of Funko's Dancing Groot POP! Vinyl, Howard the Duck will also receive the popular bobblehead treatment.
With the Master of Quack Fu experiencing a sudden surge in popularity, it's the perfect time to dig into CSBG's archive of Howard the Duck legends!
Ty Templeton, Ryan North, Frank Tieri and more reveal the secrets of the Young Avengers, Howard the Duck & Black Knight in "Original Sins" #2.
They're cute, cuddly, and not one of them is to be messed with! CBR runs down our list of the greatest animals to grace the pages of Marvel and DC's comics!
In this week's THE INFINITE WAR REPORT, writer Jonathan Hickman and editor Tom Brevoort join CBR for a thorough look at "Avengers" #19, the latest chapter in Marvel's "Infinity" event.
In CSBG's latest Easter egg spotlight, check out superstar artist Leinil Francis Yu's devotion to getting Howard the Duck some attention, even if it is just from Yu sneaking him into the backgrounds of comics.
"Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins," "Deadpool," and "Avengers: Battle For Earth" were just a few of the new titles discussed at Marvel's video game panel at Comic-Con International.
Marvel Comics writers discuss the fate of many of Marvel's long-lost and obscure characters, their love of "Marvel Fanfare," what it's like to kill planned story arcs and more at ECCC.
George Khoury looks back at the life, career and legacy of legendary artist Gene Colan, known to generations of fans for his work with Daredevil, Iron Man, Howard the Duck and more.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Fear Itself: Fearsome Four" #1 by Brandon Montclare, Michael Kaluta and Ryan Bodenheim. The series debuts June 8.
Discover the rather sordid history of how DC Comics forced changes on how Lois Lane appeared in the Superman comics. Did Howard the Duck make a dent in the 1976 Presidential race? Plus, more!
CBR spoke with writer Brandon Montclare about his June miniseries, "Fear Itself: Fearsome Four," which sends Howard the Duck, She-Hulk, Nighthawk and Frankenstein's monster on a mission to save the Man-Thing.
Howard the Duck teams with She-Hulk, Frankenstein's Monster and Nighthawk to take on Man-Thing in June's "Fear Itself: Fearsome Four" miniseries by Brandon Montclare and Ryan Bodenheim, with covers by Michael Kaluta.
In honor of his nomination for the Eisner Hall of Fame, CBLR devotes a whole week of legends to the late, great Steve Gerber, including the story of how Gerber and Frank Miller almost came to reboot DC's "Trinity" during the 80s!
In February, the Hero Initiative will publish "The Invincible Gene Colan", a retrospective covering the career of one of the legends of the comics industry. CBR News spoke with Colan about the project and the long career that led up to it.