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The design-heavy work of indie cartoonist Jim Rugg takes the stage from "Street Angel" to "Afrodisiac" to his next big project.
With a cabal of indie and alternative artists like Jim Rugg & Benjamin Marra, Joe Casey looks to push one of Jack Kirby's last original characters into the future.
Chris Ware's "Building Stories" wins Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year! Mark Waid and CBLDF on "Saga" #12! WonderCon's "gay geek scene"! Interviews with Jim Rugg and Allen Bellman! Plus more!
The indie cartoonist known for "Afrodisiac" and "Street Angel" gets personal with his latest project, a one-man anthology inspired by zine-making, "Eightball," '90s magazine design and Jim Rugg's personal favorite art.
"American Born Chinese" creator Gene Luen Yang announces "Boxers and Saints"! Jim Rugg on improving print quality! Jerry Robinson estate donate six original "Batman" scripts to Columbia University library! Plus more!
As the year comes to a close, ROBOT 6 asks an array of creators and publishers, ranging from Michael Allred and Paige Braddock to Greg Pak and Jamal Igle, their favorite comics of 2012, and what they're most excited about for 2013.
Jason Thompson on why the manga industry is in trouble -- and how to save it! Bram Stoker Awards releases preliminary ballot! Jim Rugg interviews Jason Karns! Caleb Melby talks "The Zen of Steve Jobs"! Plus much more!
Earlier this year, Felicia Day stopped by CBR TV to talk about "The Guild," her nervousness over the release of the Dark Horse comic, her struggles when writing the comic and much more.
Dark Horse has revealed exclusively to CBR that Felicia Day's "The Guild" is set for a new miniseries. We spoke with Day about her plans for "The Guild II," which will see each issue focus on a different Guild member.
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Guild" #3 by writer/creator Felicia Day and artist Jim Rugg. The final chapter of the miniseries hits stores next Wednesday, May 26.
CBR's Timothy Callahan reviews "The Guild" #1 by Felicia Day and Jim Rugg, giving it four and a a half stars, saying that Day's "authorial voice shines through in this opening issue, giving us laugh-out-loud funny bits of narration and dialogue."
'70s action is back in December, as Jim Rugg's "Afrodisiac" gets collected by Adhouse Books. CBR spoke with Rugg about his blaxploitation hero, who has been known to beat up on Nixon, Hercules, and even Dracula.
The writer and illustrator of Image Comics' upcoming graphic novel, "One Model Nation," spoke with CBR News about the story's many themes and explain how the project came together.