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Comics legend Jim Steranko teams with artist extraordinaire Stanley "Artgerm" Lau for the cover to "A1 Annual," Titan Comics' revival of Atomika's classic anthology.
Comics legend Jim Steranko discussed his start in comics, his tumultuous relationship with Marvel's Stan Lee and bringing new color to his noir classic "Red Tide."
In the midst of Comic-Con madness, DC Comics has unveiled variant covers for Before Watchmen by Jim Steranko, Steve Rude, Paul Pope, Tim Bradstreet, Jim Lee, Cliff Chiang and David Finch.
In the opening panel of Kapow 2012, Dan DiDio and some of DC's finest addressed the future of Vertigo and fielded questions about “Before Watchmen,” which sees Jim Steranko providing a cover.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca revisits the decades-old "Frogs!" by Jim Steranko, a one-sheet comic that can be read top to bottom or sideways for a different story experience.
Legendary artist Jim Steranko teases the reissue of "Red Tide" from Dark Horse Comics and stands firm on his claim that he invented the graphic novel.
To celebrate Dark Horse Comics’ 25th anniversary, the publisher discussed the relaunched "Dark Horse Presents" anthology -- and a tale from Jim Steranko.
PRESS RELEASE: Dark Horse Provides Details on "Dark Horse Presents" Panel at Comic-Con International
Courtesy of Radical Studios, CBR presents a complete issue of "Hercules: The Knives of Kush," the trade paperback collection of which is in stores tomorrow, June 3.
This week: Hot comics (& related) moments from my misspent youth; the first round of audience Comics Cover Challenges; plus the new Hollywood blacklist, Marvel & Disney, portable software, soap operas and gobs of other notes.
Known for his innovative and sometimes controversial work for Marvel comics on titles such as "Captain America" and "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Jim Steranko recalled key moments from his career in comics and stage magic at Big Apple Comic-Con.
Legendary comic creator and graphic designer Jim Steranko discusses his approach to cover work on Radical Comics' new series, "Hercules: The Thracian Wars."