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The Inhumans race across the globe in this preview from James Asmus, Charles Soule and Stefano Caselli.
James Asmus spoke with CBR about sending his team on a global quest to find newly awakened Inhumans and solve the mystery of the "Skyspears."
Matt Kindt, James Asmus, Fred Hembeck, Ty Templeton and more joins forces in December for Valiant's first comedy special.
This December, Charles Soule, James Asmus and Stefano Caselli's new title will feature Inhuman characters like Crystal, Gorgon, Flint, Naja and Grid.
James Asmus and Steve Lieber's "Quantum and Woody Must Die" #4 "is just so wrong, but it does it so well."
The first issue of James Asmus and Steve Lieber's limited series finds Quantum and Woody seeking professional help.
James Asmus & Steve Lieber pit the world's worst superhero team against a deadly gauntlet in Valiant's new "Quantum & Woody Must Die" miniseries.
James Asmus and incoming artist Steve Lieber discuss bringing Valiant's worst superhero team back for "Quantum and Woody Must Die!"
Things escalate quickly when Quantum & Woody and Archer & Armstrong are at odds in Valiant's "Delinquents" #2 by James Asmus, Fred Van Lente & Kano.
James Asmus, Fred Van Lente & Kano's "The Delinquents" #1 impresses with an issue that perfectly "blends humor and action, adventure and fun."
James Asmus and Fred Van Lente riff off on the upcoming Valiant "Quantum and Woody" and "Archer & Armstrong" crossover. Plus, exclusive art!
James Asmus and Kano continue the story of the Worst Superhero Team in "Quantum and Woody" #10, filled with "action, adventure, intrigue and humor."
James Asmus and Kano continue to peel back the layers on Woody's mysterious past in this exclusive preview for "Quantum and Woody" #10.
Valiant's upcoming Valiant First initiative brings five months of new #1 issues, including new series for "Rai" and "Dr. Mirage"
"Quantum and Woody" writer James Asmus discusses the April-launching, robot-featuring arc which sees Kano join the team as series artist.
Eric lands his dream job with Magnum Securities courtesy of James Asmus and Ming Doyle in "Quantum and Woody" #7, on sale Jan. 8.
Andy Diggle, James Asmus, Robert Kirkman & Shawn Martinbrough tackle "Thief of Thieves" #18 with "a fairly perfect sense of pacing."
Valiant has announced a wave of zero issues with origin stories for the H.A.R.D. Corps, the "Quantum and Woody" Goat & more.
Valiant has released a new "Quantum and Woody"-themed teaser for New York Comic Con with an intriguing intent to bring back the "original" world's worst superhero team.
"Quantum and Woody" writer James Asmus visited the new CBR Speakeasy to talk about his work on the Valiant relaunch, his future with "Thief of Thieves," his background as a playwright and more.
"Quantum and Woody" writer James Asmus, incoming artist Ming Doyle & new editor Alejandro Arbona discuss the artistic shift for the Valiant ongoing and the challenges of crafting a comedic character piece.
James Asmus joins X-Position to discuss the impending conclusion of "Gambit," fielding questions about the hypothetical future of the series, his favorite moments and more. Plus, exclusive art!
Kelly Thompson gives "Quantum and Woody" #1 by James Asmus and Tom Fowler 4 stars, saying "Asmus has found powerful voices for both Quantum and Woody, which are surprisingly refined for a first issue."
Valiant Entertainment has released an early look at James Asmus and Tom Fowler's second issue of "Quantum and Woody." The all-new adventures of the world's worst superhero team continue on August 7.
Writer Andy Diggle steals time with CBR to talk Skybound's "Thief of Thieves," covering everything from co-writing with Robert Kirkman & James Asmus to playing character moments against the larger plot.
Valiant Entertainment has released a preview of James Asmus and Tom Fowler's "Quantum & Woody" #1, kicking off the Valiant reboot series. Quantum and Woody are back July 10.
Courtesy of Skybound, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Thief of Thieves" #13 by writers Robert Kirkman & James Asmus and artists Shawn Martinbrough & Felix Serrano. The second arc concludes April 17.
"Gambit" writer James Asmus returns to X-Position for a discussion on all things Remy LeBeau, teasing future developments for the series and answering fan questions on impossible team-ups.
Newly exclusive writer Joshua Dysart and Valiant staff and creators entertained fans at WonderCon in Anaheim with previews of their "Harbinger Wars" crossover and other upcoming surprises.
Writer James Asmus spoke exclusively with CBR about the relaunch of "Quantum and Woody" in the new Valiant Universe, while CEO/CCO Dinesh Shamdasani teased plans with original series creator Christopher Priest.
CBR spoke with "Gambit" writer James Asmus about the fallout from the hero's recent adventure in England and his plans for the series which will send Gambit to dangerous locales across the globe.
"Gambit" scribe James Asmus joins X-Position to discuss every X-Fan's favorite Cajun thief, answer reader questions and tease future developments in the ongoing series. Plus, exclusive art!
Robert Kirkman headed up the NYCC Skybound panel, announcing Andy Diggle on "Thief of Thieves," centennial wraparound covers for "Walking Dead" and Invincible" by Charlie Adlard and Ryan Ottley and more.
CBR spoke to writers James Asmus and Jim Festante about joining forces with artist Rem Broo to tell the Rapture-based antics of a pair of friends in "The End Times of Bram & Ben" at Image Comics.
Writer James Asmus spills the beans on taking over writing chores from Nick Spencer on "Thief of Thieves," Robert Kirkman's Skybound series about the greatest thief in the world.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of James Asmus and Clay Mann's "Gambit" #4. The first story arc of the Cajun mutant's new series concludes Wednesday, October 24!
Is Gambit's allure a mutant power or just Cajun charm? Is it drawing you in to read this Q&A with his writer, James Asmus? Of course, it is, but just in case we brought exclusive art, too.
From the mutant thief's half naked introduction to his plans to take on the Marvel U, the "Gambit" solo series gets dissected by writer James Asmus as he promises new villains, new ideas and the same New Orleans charm.