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"Wednesday Comics" editor, Mark Chiarello, gathered a panel of the experimental series' contributors to discuss and answer questions about format, collaboration and the potential sequel to the newsprint hit of 2009.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, the discussion turns toward artistic experimentation, Joe Kubert, and James Joyce.
With “Conan the Cimmerian” #13 on sale now, concluding the “Black Colossus” arc, CBR spoke with Dark Horse editor Philip Simon about the next two standalone issues featuring art by Joe Kubert, Timothy Truman and Paul Lee.
Joe Kubert introduced Sgt. Rock to comics in June 1959. Four months later, he welcomed his son Adam to the world. Now the two all-star creators talk to CBR about their Sgt. Rock story in "Wednesday Comics."
Lights out for the old year, with the 9 things comics should avoid in 2009; British fall TV round-up; Joe Kubert, MAN OF ROCK; plus comics fonts, throwing snowballs, the dirty secret of text messaging, real life superheroes and tons of other notes.
UPDATED: Writer Frank Marraffino refuels DC’s iconic armored war machine and summons its signature Civil War ghost in a forthcoming miniseries from Vertigo. CBR News spoke with Marraffino about "Haunted Tank."
Steven Grant takes you on a journey through the worlds of some classic comics, from names like Charles Biro, Jerry Grananetti, Joe Kubert and Ed Brubaker? Yup, all that and more in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE!
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Solomon Kane" #1 by by Scott Allie and Mario Guevara with covers by Joe Kubert and John Cassaday, on sale in September.
Dark Horse introduced the new “End League” artist at ECCC, and made announcements and updates on projects including "Hellboy," "Umbrella Academy," "Rex Mundi," the work of Rrobert E. Howard and more.
With the launches of "Conan The Cimmerian," "Kull" and "Solomon Kane" coming this year, Dark Horse has put artists Andy Brase, John Cassaday, Frank Cho and Joe Kubert on cover duty, and CBR has a preview.