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The latest addition to their growing cast of superheroes, Dark Horse reintroduces Golden Age hero Skyman in the pages of "Captain Midnight" as a mystery foil for the time-displaced airman. CBR has an exclusive look inside.
Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson spoke with CBR about their "TMNT: Villain Micro-Series - Krang" one-shot from IDW, the story and how their version of Krang is unique from any other.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at just-announced artist Fernando Dagnino's art from the July-launching "Captain Midnight" ongoing series written by Joshua Williamson.
In a new series described as "'Ocean's 11' in a haunted house," writer Joshua Williamson takes a step towards the gritty drama he's always wanted to write with Skybound's "Ghosted."
Dark Horse PR Director Jeremy Atkins spoke with creators Kelly Sue DeConnick, Michael Avon Oeming, Francesco Francavilla, Joshua Williamson and Frank Barbiere about the publisher's superhero initiative.
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson and "Captain Midnight" writer Joshua Williamson spoke to CBR in New York about the time displaced hero's new journey and the company's future plans.
Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson spoke with ROBOT 6 about their digital series "Masks and Mobsters," the special Christmas issue and their gift to the Red Cross this season.
Writer Joshua Williamson spoke to CBR News about the process of adapting his 2008 OGN "Dear Dracula" into an animated film, working with Ray Liotta, and teased more creator-owned projects.
If you’ve been longing for a story in which the hero is a power tool, DC Comics has just the book for you. ROBOT 6 has details on the joint venture with Craftsman that will be free at NYCC.
Writer Joshua Williamson and Dark Horse President Mike Richardson discuss the return and revamp of Golden Age hero Captain Midnight in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
Co-Publishers Chris Roberson, Allison Baker and the Monkeybrain Comics creators reveal their upcoming digital-first projects -- and attempt to convince Bill Willingham they're not crazy.
Jim Valentino's Shadowline imprint took a "Grim Leaper" during the Image Expo, hitting readers with news of new series "Enormous," "Debris," "Harvest," and "Rebel Blood" by Kurtis Wiebe, Josh Williamson and more.
"Xenoholics" creator Joshua Williamson spoke to CBR News about bringing his alien sensibilities to DC Comics' "Voodoo" and teases the future direction of the series.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at Joshua Williamson's "Xenoholics" #1 and Jay Faerber's "Near Death" #2, both hitting stores Wednesday, October 19!
CBR spoke with Joshua Williamson about his myriad of projects, from launching his creator-owned ongoing series "XenoHolics" to the kid-friendly OGNs "Sketch Monsters" to video-game adventure in "Uncharted" and more
Writer/creator Joshua Williamson takes readers on an alien-packed thrill ride with artist Seth Damoose in the upcoming Image Comics series, "Xenoholics!"
DC Comics calls upon Joshua Williamson, Francesco Francavilla and Adam Hughes to bring Sony's Nathan Drake comic book debut to life in November's "Uncharted."
Courtesy of Kickstart Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Mirror, Mirror" by writer Joshua Williamason and artist Lee Moder with a Darwyn Cooke cover. The OGN hits stores tomorrow, November 17.
Joshua Williamson spoke with us about his many upcoming projects including a Supergirl/Damian Wayne crossover in “Superman/Batman,” family drama in “Incredible Hulks” and OGNs “Mirror Mirror” and “Endangered.”
His Desperado series “Necessary Evil” is in development at Cartoon Network, and his all-ages “Dear Dracula” just got optioned as a film. CBR talks to Joshua Williamson about comics and Hollywood.
"Dear Dracula" writer Joshua Williamson's new miniseries "Johnny Monster" follows a heroic young boy who fights the monsters of beneath the Earth. The only problem is, those monsters raised him in the first place...
Step aside, Santa Claus, because it’s Halloween and there’s one little boy who’s writing a letter that starts with the words “Dear Dracula.” Writer Joshua Williamson talks to CBR about his unique children’s graphic novel.