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Gail Simone and J. Calafiore "Leaving Megalopolis" sequel reveals complicated secrets behind the identity of the psychotic Crimson Shadow.
"Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore sell the superheroes-gone-bad motif to both new readers and those anxious for a sequel" in "Surviving Megalopolis" #1.
Writer Gail Simone and artist Jim Calafiore discuss their "nasty" follow up to "Leaving Megalopolis," coming soon from Dark Horse Comics.
John Cassaday, Jim Calafiore and Gordon Purcel are contributing to The Hero Initiative's new project, and CBR has the exclusive first look.
Ben Templesmith, Babs Tarr, Mike McKone and Jim Calafiore discuss the path to comics professionalism and variations on the Dark Knight.
Writer Landry Walker and artist J. Calafiore have a death wish in this exclusive look at DC Comics' "Red Lanterns" #38, on sale Jan. 28.
Dark Horse Comics will publish Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore's Kickstarter-funded "Leaving Megalopolis," with a chance of a future sequel.
With the final issue of "Secret Six" in stores now, ROBOT 6 looks back at the history of DC Comics' lovable psychopaths with surprising staying power.
Greg McElhatton reviewed DC Comics' "Secret Six" #22 and gave the issue 4 stars, saying that Gail Simone and J. Calafiore's story "should be the template for the right way" for creators to do a dark and grim comic.
The writer who helped turn Cassandra Cain evil returns her to the side of the angels with a new revenge-tinged miniseries from DC Comics illustrated by Jim Calafiore. CBR spoke with Beechen about "Batgirl."
Adam Beechen has a history with Cassandra Cain, and in the upcoming six-issue miniseries “Batgirl,” the writer plans to resolve every question left outstanding regarding the troubled character.