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Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, February 13, including "Red Sonja: Unchained" #1, "Garth Ennis' Battlefields" #4 and Jim Zub's "Pathfinder" #5.
DC Comics EiC Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase debut B&B, an exclusive monthly talk with CBR. This month: New creative teams for "Constantine" and "Birds of Prey," 900 issues of "Detective" and more!
Local retailer expects brisk sales after Regina, Saskatchewan, is targeted in "Avengers" #1! Jim Zubkavich talks "Uncanny Skullkickers"! Anders Nilsen looks back on "Don’t Go Where I Can’t Follow"! Plus much more!
Batgirl and Black Canary take on a new writer as "Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich picks up DC's "Birds of Prey," and he tells CBR why he's focusing character first as Mr. Freeze calls after Strix from the Court of Owls.
Police say man shot his girlfriend following argument about "The Walking Dead" TV series. Jim Zubkavich discusses what you can expect to make from digital comics! Why is it tough for OEL manga creators to make a living? Plus much more!
"Adventure Time" and "Dinosaur Comics" writer Ryan North spoke with CBR about his incredibly successful Kickstarter book "To Be Or Not To Be," a choose-your-own-adventure style version of Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
This February, Image Comics relaunches Jim Zubkavich and Edwin Huang's "Skullkickers" ongoing series with a new #1 and a new, familiar adjective. Zub spoke to CBR about his plans.
Appeals court to hear arguments in Superman copyright battle! Alison Bechdel named among the "Out 100"! Jim Zubkavich on page rates, creators' rights and more! Disney's digital initiatives! Plus much more!
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR has an exclusive extended preview of Jim Zub's "Pathfinder" #1. The "Skullkickers" writer's adaptation of the tabletop RPG goes on sale August 15.
Udon Entertainment charged into San Diego with news of new "Street Fighter" graphic novels, a new line of anime artbooks and one of the hottest items of the con, a "Marvel Vs. Capcom" hardcover.
"Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich discusses taking the reins on the comic book adaptation of Paizo Publishing's tabletop RPG "Pathfinder," sharing an exclusive look at Erik Jones' first issue variant cover.
"Skullkickers" writer and co-creator Jim Zubkavich sat down with CBR News to discuss the origins of Rex's weapon, Thool's relaxed dialog, and what's coming up next in the Image Comics series.
"Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich will bring his writing talents to Dynamite Entertainment with the launch of "Pathfinder," a new ongoing series based on Paizo Publishing's popular RPG.
Arizona legislature to revise controversial electronic speech censorship bill! Brian Hibbs scrutinizes Mark Waid's "print math"! Manga publishers announce new licenses! Jim Zubkavich talks "Skullkickers"! Plus more!
Image Comics' rising stars gathered to discuss upcoming projects including a "Moriarty" musical, getting 40,000 people to read "Skullkickers," marketing efforts and more at Image Expo.
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson speaks with "Skullkickers" writer Jim Zubkavich about releasing the fantasy-adventure as a webcomic and his new webcomic "Makeshift Miracle."
This week, Mark Waid posted an essay on his view of digital comics, along with a sampling of his foray into the medium, Jim Zub discusses the success of reprinting "Skullkickers" online for free and more.
Jim Zubkavich, working on a final answer for a Russian scanlator who approached the writer for access to original "Skullkickers" pages to translate and distribute online, shares his thoughts on the matter with ROBOT 6.
Sarah Glidden's Occupy Miami diary! More on Bill Mantlo. Jim Zubkavich on the Stop Online Piracy Act! Jennifer Hayden wins a Literary Death Match! The Grant Morrison Bingo Card! Plus more!
"Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich spoke with CBR about how he got into comics, his fantasy origins and why the leads of his breakthrough series were introduced to the comic buying public before they even had names!
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for three books shipping this Wednesday June 29 including "Super Dinosaur" #3, "Butcher Baker" #4 and "Skullkickers" #8!
"Skullkickers" creator/writer Jim Zub spoke with ROBOT 6 about his and artist Edwin Huang's plans for the second arc of the Image Comics hit series which features the introductions of a new and mysterious character.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews at "The Walking Dead" #85 by Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard and"Skullkickers" #7 by Jim Zub, Edwin Huang & Misty Coates. Both titles hit on May 25.
ROBOT 6 hosts a two-part interview between "The Sixth Gun" writer Cullen Bunn and "Skullkickers" writer Jim Zubkavich that covers creator-owned comics, their writing process and much more
Jim Zubkavich speaks and drinks with Kiel Phegley, discussing the origins behind his current hit Image title, "Skull Kickers," while writer Cullen Bunn talks with Kiel about his current projects at Oni Press and Marvel
Tim looks back on recent trends and talks about sword and sorcery comics then and now while highlighting the best of the new breed of "Gamer Comics" from the likes of Nate Simpson, John Rogers and more.
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.
Writer Jim Zubkavich joined CBR News for an exclusive and extensive analysis of the latest issue of "Skullkickers," his critically acclaimed swords-and-sorcery buddy comedy published through Image Comics.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of "Skullkickers" #1 by creator/writer Jim Zubkavich and the art team of Chris Stevens, Edwin Huan and Misty Coates. The issue hits September 22.
We spoke with writer Jim Zubkavich about his new Image series "Skullkickers," described as "a buddy cop film slammed into 'Army of Darkness'" about two unnamed monster hunters with plenty of brawn and very few brains.