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IDW and Topps have announced an in-continuity "Mars Attacks" Broadway musical written by John Layman to celebrate the property's 50th anniversary.
"Chew" writer John Layman is back on CBR to discuss the most recent, most brutal chapter of the "Major League Chew" arc, from Tony's captive torture to Colby's new Lion partner Buttercup and more.
John Layman returns to CBR to reveal the secrets of "Chew" from the prognosticating powers that impacted Tony Chu's family on through the current murderous arc of baseball hijinx and more.
Image has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jon Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #22, "The Strange Talent of Luther Strode" #3 and "Spawn" #214, all hitting stores December
Tony Chu isn't the only character in John Layman and Rob Guillory's Image hit who's involved in sci-fi food drama as the variant cover for next week's "Chew" shows his daughter joining in the family business.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for "Spawn" #212 and John Layman and Rob Guillory's Eisner-winning "Chew" #21, both of which hit stores Wednesday, October 5.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Chew" #20, the conclusion of John Layman and Rob Guillory's latest story arc, "Flambe!"
John Layman, the writer and co-creator of the Eisner Award-winning "Chew," discusses the continuing process of bringing the comic to TV, announces a new "Aliens" mini with Sam Keith on art and much more.
Image Comics creators convene at Comic-Con for a slew of announcements and project updates, plus a surprise trailer for the "Small Gods" film.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presets an exclusive preview of "Chew" #19 by John Layman and Rob Guillory. "Flambe" continues July 7, 2011.
Doug Zawisza gives "Chew" #27 4 stars, saying John Layman and Rob Guillory's latest issue "continues to find new ways to impress me, and the fact that we’ve got chogs in this issue only adds to my amusement."
In a one-two punch of behind the scenes perfection, writer John Layman looks at recent events in "Chew," from the cosmic conspiracy of NASA to the return of Poyo and the dastardly future which lays ahead.
"Chew" scribe John Layman spoke with CBR about his upcoming Godzilla miniseries "Gangsters and Goliaths," which takes an Asian gangster movie approach to the Toho monsters. Issue #1 is on sale in June from IDW.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "Chew" #27 by the Eisner Award winning creative team of John Layman and Rob Guillory. UPDATED: The issue hits stores Wednesday, May 11.
John Layman and Rob Guillory's Image Comics award-winner about one detective's strange beat in a post-pandemic world gripped by poultry fears and food crimes is on its way to TV as Showtime has bought a deal live action "Chew" script.
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.
Doug Zawisza gave "Chew" #17 a 4 star review, saying of John Layman and Rob Guillory's acclaimed Image series, "The consistency -- not the texture -- of this title is what brings me back issue after issue."
Marvel has released an advance look at "Amazing Spider-Man Annual" #38, part one in John Layman and Lee Garbett's "Identity Wars" story, set to be continued in "Deadpool Annual" #1 featuring covers by Steve McNiven
John Layman and Rob Guillory's delectable Image Comics series will get an interactive twist come July as the pair announce Scratch N' Sniff variant cover for sale at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
CBR's monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman kicks off an all-new arc with a discussion of issue #16, the fiery writing in the sky, the chicken ban and a whole lot more!
CBR Reviewer Doug Zawisza reviewed the latest issue of Image Comics' "Chew," giving it 4 stars and calling John Layman and Rob Guillory's series "one of the most memorable and different books [on the stands today]."
John Layman joins CBR News to discuss "Chew" #15, the grand finale of his "Just Desserts" arc and what the arrival of two new characters means for the future of the Eisner Award-winning series.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Chew" #15 4 stars, saying that at a quarter of the way into John Layman and Rob Guillory's Image Comics series' storyline, the comic "continues to be a tasty little treat."
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the special tri-fold cover for the fifteenth issue of "Chew," the critical and fan-favorite hit series by co-creators John Layman and Rob Guillory.
CBR's monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman gets extra cryptic as we discuss "Chew" #14, the penultimate chapter in the "Just Desserts" arc that concludes in November with an extra-sized issue!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of "Chew #14 by John Layman and Rob Guillory. The next issue of the Eisner-winning series hits this Wednesday, September 29.
Our monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman continues as we discuss "Chew" #13, the book's Eisner victory, the developing television adaptation and the hilariously gross concept of fricken, or chog, if you prefer.
Courtesy of Image Comics CBR presents exclusive extended previews for "Chew" #13 and "Sweets" #2, both of which go on sale this Wednesday, August 18.
With the new "Chew: The Omnivore Edition, Vol. One" hardcover hitting stores today, Image Comics has provided CBR with the complete first issue of John Layman and Rob Guillory's Eisner Award winning series.
The creators of this year's Eisner Award winning "Chew," Jonathan Layman and Rob Guillory, discuss the title, walking the line between disgusting and entertaining, the potential Hollywood adaptation and much more.
Our monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman continues with Layman rehashing "Chew" #12, detailing his Comic-Con plans and giving you a glimpse into the third installment of "Just Desserts," out next month.
Saturday's Mondo Marvel panel offered HeroesCon attendees glimpses into the Heroic Age, editorial impact from the Disney sale, a Nazi love story that never was, behind the scenes story processes and plenty more.
CBR kicks off a new monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman as your one-stop shop for everything involving the world of FDA agent and cibopath Tony Chu! UPDATED: get an exclusive extended look at this week's issue!
"Chew" creator and writer John Layman discussed the future of the series with fans at last weekend's Phoenix Comicon, including teases about new characters, a whole new direction and a possible movie deal.