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Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood's acclaimed series heads to Miami Beach in this exclusive preview of "Dream Thief: Escape" #2
Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood reunite for "Dream Thief: Escape" #1, a "wonderful contribution to the comic book landscape."
Jai Nitz and Russ Manning Award nominee Greg Smallwood's superhero crime comic "Dream Thief" returns, and the pair have plans for even more in the future.
Dark Horse Comics headed to Emerald City Comicon to discuss new books including "Veil," "Dream Thief," "The Victories" and "Mind MGMT."
50 graphic novels everyone should own! Interviews with Daniel Clowes, Jeremy Haun, Nathan Hale, Jai Nitz and Guy Gilchrist! A closer look at Comics Plus: Library Edition! Plus more!
Publisher Mike Richardson and Dark Horse pulled out the capes and spandex for a Comic-Con panel that showcased their growing super hero line from creators like Tim Seeley, Mike Norton, Joe Casey.
Greg McElhatton gives the debut issue of "Dream Thief" by Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood 4.5 stars, saying the issue "hits each beat at just the right moment, in a way that builds the suspense and surprises perfectly."
"Dream Thief" writer Jai Nitz maintains the superhero feel of Kevin Smith's original Dynamite run on "Green Hornet Legacy" with a new wave of supervillains including ice cold zombies while romance for Kato looms.
Tim talks with Greg Smallwood, artist of Dark Horse's upcoming "Dream Thief" series, about comics, process, crime films of the 1970's and the influence of Eclipse, circa the mid 1980s.
Comic Book Resources spoke with Jai Nitz about his upcoming "Dream Thief" from Dark Horse Comics, upending expectations, getting help from your friends and writing for yourself.
Tim previews the first two issues of Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood's upcoming Dark Horse series "Dream Thief," discovering a superstar artist in the making and a comic that's well worth a look.
Tim takes aim at the shortfalls of Dynamite's "Kirby: Genesis" project and points to what makes post-Kirby projects succeed or fail. How does the first issue of the upcoming "Silver Star" series fare?
Jai Nitz gave CBR the lowdown on the official follow-up to the hit Green Hornet movie, how the new series connects with his movie prequel and why readers should get pumped for the newest iteration of the classic hero.
Creator Alex Ross and writer Jai Nitz shed light on Dynamite Entertainment’s upcoming collaboration with State Street Pictures, discussing the idea behind creating a superhero born from modern wartime conflict.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new series, "Bring the Thunder," created, plotted and designed by Alex Ross. Featuring painted covers by the superstar artist, "Thunder" roars into stores in December.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, October 20, including the latest issue of "The Boys: Highland Laddie," "Green Hornet: Year One" and more.
Disney Publishing held a panel at New York Comic Con to discuss the difficulties and rewards of adapting beloved franchises such as "Tron" and the "Percy Jackson" series into comics and graphic novels.
Before the highly anticipated movie sequel hits the big screen this December, Disney Publishing and "Green Hornet" scribe Jai Nitz tell the story behind "TRON: Betrayal" with an original graphic novel.
Marvel and Disney have released an advance look at "Tron: Betrayal" #1 by Jai Nitz & Andie Tong with a Salvador Larocca cover. Bridging the story between the original movie and "Tron Legacy," the comic hits October 6.
Writer Jai Nitz gave CBR News the lowdown on Dynamite's "Green Hornet: Parallel Lives," explaining exactly why this series will be the only true prequel to the Seth Rogen movie the public will see.
CBR News spoke with writer Jai Nitz to get the inside story on Dynamite Entertainment's upcoming "Kato Origins: Way of the Ninja" series which aims to flesh out the classic Green Hornet sidekick's story.
As a new hero takes up the mantle of El Diablo, the creative team of Nitz, Hester and Parks united Thursday for an in-store signing celebrating the debut of DC's new six-issue miniseries.