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Jeff Parker, Eric Stephenson, Antony Johnston and Jay Faerber shared their techniques and approaches to comics writing.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of Jay Faerber's "Point of Impact" #3 and David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp's "Clone" #2, both on sale December 12.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of writer Jay Faerber's latest crime series, "Point of Impact." The miniseries, with art by Koray Kuranel, hits stores October 10.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea speaks with writer/creator Jay Faerber on his upcoming Image Comics miniseries "Points of Impact" with artist Koray Kuranel, which focuses on a branching murder investigation.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Near Death" #11 by Jay Faerber. Featuring a cover by Francesco Francavilla, the issue is available September 5.
Writer Jay Faerber teams with artist Koray Koranel to tell a four-part tale titled "Point of Impact," a murder mystery told in stark black and white, hitting stores in October from Image Comics.
Jay Faerber discusses his focus on creator-owned work over the course of his comics career, how he applies what he's learned in the writer's room on "Ringer" to working on "Near Death" with artist Simone Gulgliemini and more.
Jay Faerber joins us for a COMMENTARY TRACK covering the first four issues of his Image Comics ongoing series "Near Death," in which a a former assassin turns over a new leaf after realizing he's going to Hell.
Comics scribe Jay Faerber spoke with SPINOFF about moving into television as a staff writer for "Ringer," The CW dual-identity thriller that marks "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to TV.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jay Faerber's "Near Death" #4 and the first issue of Nathan Edmondson's "The Activity," both in stores December 21.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at Joshua Williamson's "Xenoholics" #1 and Jay Faerber's "Near Death" #2, both hitting stores Wednesday, October 19!
"Noble Causes" and "Dynamo 5" creator Jay Faerber returns to Image Comics with "Near Death," a new series set in the world of crime and killers rather than one filled with capes and cowls.
A line-up of some of Image Comics hottest creators, from Nick Spencer to Riley Rossmo and more, were in attendance at last weekend's Emerald City Comicon to promote their titles to a room full of Image faithful.
Jay Faerber's team is back in a new miniseries guest-starring Invincible, Savage Dragon and other Image Comics heroes! We spoke with Faerber to learn more about the mini and its back-up feature, "Notorious."
The super-family drama reaches its milestone 25th issue, and change is coming. CBR caught up with creators Jay Faerber & Mahmud Asrar to talk about the series and Asrar's bittersweet departure from "Dynamo 5."
CBR News talks to writer Jay Faerber about the first ever “Witchblade Annual," in which Sara Pezzini and her partner investigate a series of murders perpetrated by plastic surgery patients.
The creator of indie comics superhero hits “Noble Causes” and “Dynamo 5,” Jay Faerber talks to CBR TV about returning to Marvel for a special digital comics assignment and bringing his longest running creator-owned series to a close.
"War of Kings: Warriors,” a Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive miniseries, was announced Friday afternoon at NYCC. CBR News spoke with Christos Gage and Jay Faerber about the bi-weekly series.
Jay Faerber is launching a new storyline that will entice new readers and shock longtime fans of the acclaimed superhero series. Faerber spoke with us about the change that is coming in "Dynamo 5" #0.
Jay Faerber’s creator-owned superhero universe is going to get smaller this fall with the end of his long-running “Noble Causes." The writer talks to CBR about the decision to end the book and what it means for the Faerberverse.
Jay Faerber talks about “Pilot Season: Urban Myths,” a private eye story set in a world where Ancient Greece exists into the modern day, complete with meddlesome gods and snake-haired monsters.
Richard Starkings, Jay Faerber and Robert Kirkman tease a variety of upcoming Image Comics projects (complete with massive art gallery), all from the comfort of a couch.
With "Noble Causes" #33 on sale now, creator Jay Faerber joins CBR for an in- depth commentary of the issue, which sees the popular Image superhero title change direction and give new readers a place to jump on.