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Jhonen Vasquez continues the adventures of his invading alien at Oni with "Invader Zim" #9 by Eric Truehart, Vasquez and Dave Crosland.
Dave Crosland, whose credits include "Yo Gabba Gabba: Comic Book Time!" and "Amazing Joy Buzzards," has joined Oni's "Invader Zim" series.
"Invader Zim" creator Jhonen Vasquez talks about the path that turned him from a 19 year-old artist into an award winning storyteller.
Mark Waid, Jhonen Vasquez, Jill Thompson and others discussed the challenges and advantages of making both comics and animation.
GameStop and Hastings welcome Jhonen Vasquez's animated alien would-be overlord's comic book arrival with exclusive variants.
Creator Jhonen Vasquez discusses how "Invader Zim" has changed -- and remained the same -- during its transition from cartoon to Oni Press comic.
CBR spoke with the creative team bringing Jhonen Vasquez's would-be world conqueror to the comics page about Zim's new plans for Earth.
The cult-favorite Nickelodeon series has a new life -- as an ongoing comic book series from Oni Press, set to debut in July.
Jhonen Vasquez and Jim Mahfood reveal their new animation projects with Titmouse, Inc., including a new animated "Squee!" short film and a possible "Johnny the Homicidal Maniac" animated film.
Jhonen Vasquez and collaborator J.R. Goldberg discuss the origins of "Invader Zim," talk about a new series they're currently pitching and tease a potential animated film based on the world of "Johnny the Homicidal Maniac."
DC Comics has revealed Becky Cloonan and Jhonen Vasquez as the latest creators to join "Beyond the Fringe," the digital comic based on the J.J. Abrams' sci-fi drama "Fringe."
Indie comics creators such as Jhonen Vasquez& Jeffrey Brown look back at their outlandish stories for Marvel's "Strange Tales II" collection
In celebration of their re-release of the complete "Invader Zim" seasons one and two, Viacom and Nickelodeon have provided CBR News with an exclusive clip from "Attack of the Saucer Morons."
The ultra-popular creator of indie hits like "Johnny The Homicidal Maniac" takes a stab at supervillains in Marvel's "Strange Tales" anthology and explains his fascination with mad scientists, giant heads, and more.