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The surviving members of V-8 hunt down plans for a vampire gene screener in IDW's "V-Wars" #9 by Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson.
IDW brings the world of "Rot & Ruin" to comics with a brand new zombie series by Jonathan Maberry & Tony Vargas that ties into Maberry's novels.
Jonathan Maberry explains why he's bringing his novels to comics, where these stories fit into the "Rot & Ruin" timeline and teases information about the upcoming film.
IDW held a lively discussion with its top creator-owned minds including Walter Simonson, Jonathan Maberry, Eric Shanower, Gabriel Rodriguez and Chuck Dixon.
The V-8 organization recruits another warrior who will risk his life against the vampire terrorists in Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson's "V-Wars" #3.
IDW and eOne Television will develop Jonathan Maberry's "V-Wars" as a television series, with a pilot written by "Dexter's" Tim Schlattmann.
Reporter Yuki Nitobe is abducted and brought into the vampire underground in Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson's "V-Wars" #2, on sale May 21 from IDW.
IDW and New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry take readers on a non-stop thrill ride of action, horror and suspense in "V-Wars" #1.
New York Times best-selling novelist Jonathan Maberry discusses bringing "V-Wars" to comics, shifting mediums and his obsession with vampires.
Jonathan Maberry discusses his updated take on the original vampire in Dark Horse's "Bad Blood" and the immortality of the perfect story trope.
Dark Horse announced horror titles “Veil” by Greg Rucka and “Bad Blood” by Jonathan Maberry at their horror-theme panel which included Alex de Campi, Tim Seeley and more.
In the third of a series of post-apocalyptic adventures that started with the Punisher and then Wolverine, writer Jonathan Maberry teams with Leandro Fernandez for a "Marvel Universe Vs. The Avengers" mini series.
Jonathan Maberry pits Logan against cannibalistic super heroes in "Marvel Universe vs Wolverine," a new miniseries illustrated by Laurence Campbell. Featuring covers by Michael Kaluta, things get violent in June.
In "Klaws of the Panther," the new Black Panther, must foil a plot by her father's murderer, the villainous Klaw, to take over the world. We spoke with writer Jonathan Maberry about the October-launching project.
Marvel Comics has released and advance look at "Klaws of the Panther" #1, writer Jonathan Maberry's follow-up series to "Doomwar" featuring art by Gianluca Gugliotta. The Panther strikes Wednesday, October 6.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "DoomWar" #6, the final issue of the miniseries by Jonathan Maberry and Scott Eaton. Find out who wins the battle between Wakanda and Latveria on August 4!
In January 2011, Jonathan Maberry and a team of artists kick off the five issue "Captain America: Hail HYDRA," a generations-spanning saga which pits the original Sentinel of Liberty with the terrorist organization.
Writer Jonathan Maberry discussed his new miniseries "Marvel Universe vs the Punisher" in Marvel's latest "Next Big Thing" conference call. CBR News was there. Updated with new artwork!
A pathogen turns the world into a realm of insane, blood thirsty predators, its only hope being the last uninfected man alive: Frank Castle. Jonathan Maberry spoke with CBR about "Marvel Universe Versus the Punisher."
In "DoomWar," the new miniseries kicking off next month, a band of Marvel's premier heroes must stop Doctor Doom and his global network of terror from seizing absolute power. We spoke with writer Jonathan Maberry about the series.
An all-star team of Marvel heroes are going to war; not against a nation, but against a man and all who would stand with him. CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Maberry about Marvel's just-announced "DoomWar."
Jonathan Maberry's "Black Panther" is a tale of high-tech espionage and revenge. CBR spoke with him about his plans for both T'Challa, the former Black Panther and the current female Panther, T'Challa's sister, Shuri.
Horror novelist Jonathan Maberry takes Frank Castle back to basics in “Naked Kill” by stripping the character of his usual weapons and replacing them with… a feather duster?