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ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with artist David Lafuente about his current creator-owned work illustrating "Home Run," a series written by Jonathan Ross, his time with Hellcat and more.
Jonathan Ross treated Comic-Con International to a comics version of his British chat show featuring Robert Kirkman, John Layman and Ed Brubaker discussed writing comics, creator-owned properties and inspiration.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Ross & Hitch's "America's Got Powers" #2 and "Grim Leaper" #1 from Wiebe & Santos.
Tim checks in with reviews of a handful of recent comics and graphic novels, including new work from Bryan Hitch, Jonathan Ross, Derf Backderf, Noah Van Sciver, Brendan McCarthy and more.
James Hunt gives Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch's "America's Got Powers" #1 4.5 stars, calling the inaugural issue "a powerful opening chapter for a story with a stronger high-concept than you might expect."
Veteran cartoonist Jules Feiffer to release graphic novel! Bryan Hitch and Jonathan Ross talk "America's Got Powers"! "Baby's in Black" looks at Astrid Kircherr-Stu Sutcliffe romance! Plus much more!
CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of the debut issue of Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch's "America's Got Powers." The Image Comics title hits stores April 11 with a $2.99 double-sized issue.
A new teaser for Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch's "America's Got Powers" reveals what the main character, Tommy Watts, believes his chances are at winning, much less surviving, the show.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Leinil Francis Yu's variant cover for the first issue of "America's Got Powers," Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch's April-debuting Image Comics series.
In a CBR-exclusive teaser featuring a look inside the incoming Image series "America's Got Powers," Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch reveal a glimpse of the oppressive government backdrop of their super reality TV show.
CBR News spoke with writer Jonathan Ross and artist Bryan Hitch about their new creator-owned book from Image Comics that combines reality TV with super heroics.
PRESS RELEASE: "America's Got Powers" Creators Bryan Hitch and Jonathan Ross Announce Double-Sized First Issue
The inaugural Image Expo kicked off Friday in Oakland with publisher Eric Stephenson announcing "Happy!" by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, new "Phonogram" and series by Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman and Steve Niles.
The new Image series from Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch will ship both its first and second issue this April with variants from Dave Gibbons and Leinil Yu. CBR has the exclusive "America's Got Powers" scoop.
From the origins of their new Image series to the fuel of the darker side of reality TV and superheroes, Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch describe the story behind "America's Got Powers" while sharing a look at issue #1.
UK celeb comics scribe Jonathan Ross and superstar artist Bryan Hitch will bring their first collaboration to Image in April as "America's Got Powers" mixes superheroes and reality competition.
"Turf," the Image Comics title co-created by Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards, is heading to Hollywood as the Prohibition-era gangster/vampire/alien series' film rights have been optioned by Benderspink.
Creators Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards celebrated the hardcover collection of "Turf" at a signing in London where they teased a sequel, discussed the possibility of a movie adaptation and more.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at "The Darkness" #91 and "Turf" #5, the final issue of Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards' vampire/alien/mob war! Both issues hit tomorrow, June 1.
Fans, exhibitors and pros give their opinion on last weekend's first Kapow! Comic Con, with Bryan Hitch, Lienil Francis Yu, Ian Churchill and more weighing in on the Mark Millar promoted show.
With fans happily returning for a second day of panels, presentations and news, Mark Millar's Kapow! did not disappoint with a special screening of "Super," exclusive word on new Millarworld projects and more.
Kapow Comic Con, the newest kid on the convention block, hit London this weekend. Organized by Mark Millar, who promised a San Diego experience over two days.
Writer Jonathan Ross and artist Tommy Lee Edwards discusses their Image Comics limited series "Turf," the upcoming fourth issue, and telling a tale consisting of gangster, vampires and aliens.
We look back at the year that was on CBR TV through incredible kazoo performances and more than a few hilarious screw ups, with appearances by LeVar Burton, Simon Pegg, Corey Feldman, Jonathan Ross, Didio, Morrison, Bendis, & many more!
UK talk show star and writer behind Image's "Turf" Jonathan Ross will be on hand at Mark Millar's Kapow! Comic Con to host a creator vs. fan quiz which will be simulcast on the web for all to see.
Chad Nevetts looked at Mark Millar's "CLiNT" #1 and gave the new anthology magazine 3 stars, saying "Not everything lands and not everything is new, but the magazine is still a slick periodical with a lot to offer."
For the launch of his UK comic mag "CLiNT," best-selling writer Mark Millar is putting the call out for aspiring creators to pitch short sci-fi tales and iconic characters to run alongside "Kick-Ass 2," "Nemesis" and more.
Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards spoke with CBR TV about pig-oiling with Neil Gaiman, Michael Bay's filmmaking abilities and their working relationship on their Image series, "Turf."
"Turf" creators Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards spent an afternoon with CBR's COMMENTARY TRACK and offered a detailed analysis of the second issue of their genre-bending Image Comics miniseries.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the second chapter of Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards 1920s mobster, vampire and aliens series "Turf." The comic hits stores this week, June 30.
PRESS RELEASE: Jonathan Ross and Frankie Boyle Comic Strips Feature in New Monthly From Kick-Ass Creator Mark Millar
British television superstar Jonathan Ross stopped by the CBR TV studios to discuss his and Tommy Lee Edwards' new Image series, "Turf," talk about the origins of the title, his lifelong obsession with comics and much more.