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This October, Justin Jordan and Jonathan Wayshak will bring "Call of Duty: Black Ops III's" zombie adventure to Dark Horse Comics.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at the latest take on "Evil Ernie," on sale in August.
Dynamite has enlisted Justin Jordan and Colton Worley for "Evil Ernie: Godeater," which pits Evil Ernie against an evil that could destroy the universe.
Justin Jordan and Jorge Coelho's "John Flood" #1 "is an exciting comic book full of engaging characters, solid plot structure and knockout art."
Ahead of Comic-Con International, the publishing startup has announced its first wave of writers.
A high-tech ODIN program targets Harrow and Branch in BOOM! Studios' "Deep State" #7 by Justin Jordan and Ariela Kristantina, on sale June 24.
Harrow and Branch visit a woman telling stories to try and unlock a great mystery in Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina's "Deep State" #6.
"Deep State" writer Justin Jordan spoke with CBR about developing his new dream state detective "John Flood" with "Polarity" artist Jorge Coelho.
Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore's "The Legacy of Luther Strode" #1 is "exactly what fans of the trilogy would hope for."
Luther and Petra have survived an ancient killer, bloodthirsty assassins and the Murder Cult. But as the story closes, is the couple ready to say good-bye?
Creators Justin Jordan & Tradd Moore have release an action-packed 8-page prelude to April's "The Legacy of Luther Strode" from Image Comics.
A Cosmonaut invasion is perilously close to going public in Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina's "Deep State" #3, on sale Jan. 14 from BOOM! Studios.
Writer Justin Jordan announced he will be leaving the DC Comics' series "Green Lantern: New Guardians" with next year's issue #40.
BOOM! Studios has sold television adaptations of Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina's "Deep State" and Gary Phillips & Marc Laming's "The Rinse."
BOOM! Studios launches the first of three creator-owned series from writer Justin Jordan with "Deep State" featuring art by Ariela Kristantina.
Max Brooks, Kieron Gillen, Justin Jordan, Mike Costa & Si Spurrier discussed Avatar titles such as "Extinction Parade," "Uber," "Crossed" and more.
Avatar EIC William Christensen, creator Garth Ennis and writers Si Spurrier, Justin Jordan & Kieron Gillen discussed what's next for "Crossed."
The minds behind "Green Lantern: Godhead" discuss introducing the New Gods to the New 52 at New York Comic Con 2014.
Organizers to talk about possible settlement in trademark feud! More on Banned Books Week! Interviews with Gene Luen Yang and Justin Jordan!
Avatar's William Christensen and author Max Brooks discuss Alan Moore's new horror series, plenty from Garth Ennis and Justin Jordan's "Dark Gods."
"Dead Body Road" & "Luthor Strode" writer Justin Jordan investigates conspiracies in "Deep State," a new creator-owned series from BOOM!
Justin Jordan & Kyle Strahm's debut issue of "Spread" is a strong new series with "a lot of potential for where it's going to head next."
"Luther Strode's" Justin Jordan tells CBR about "Spread," his new Image series that follows a man and a baby trying to save the world from unimaginable evil.
With the first issue arriving in stores July 9, Image Comics has released a new look at Justin Jordan and Kyle Strahm's "Spread" #1
CBR spoke to Justin Jordan about Oblivion and a Giger-inspired reimagining of the Psions bringing darkness to Kyle's life in "New Guardians."
Is Gage getting closer to revenge... or his own demise? Find out in Justin Jordan & Matteo Scalera's "Dead Body Road" #2 from Skybound & Image Comics.
Writer Justin Jordan discusses his path to breaking in to comics and his upcoming Skybound debut, "Dead Body Road."
Justin Jordan & Matteo Scalera's "Dead Body Road" #1 is a story "unsettling enough to be compelling and memorable without any unnecessary flash or sizzle."
On the final day of New York Comic Con, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, Justin Jordan, Van Jensen and Bernard Chang discussed "Lights Out" and all the latest in DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise.
The Avatar Press team revealed their plans for the near future, including a “Crossed” prequel, a new line of science fiction books, and more projects from Max Brooks and George R.R. Martin.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "A+X" #12 from writers Christos Gage & Justin Jordan and artists Mike Deodato & Angel Unzueta, on sale September 2!
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy" #23 by Justin Jordan, Robson Rocha & Marcus To. As Krypto rolls with the punches, Superboy's ultimate nemesis is revealed August 14.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Legend of Luther Strode" #6 by Justin Jordan & Tradd Moore. The miniseries reaches its bloody conclusion August 7.
"Luther Strode" creator Justin Jordan will bring his newest creator-owned series "Dead Body Road" with artist Matteo Scalera to Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Green Lantern: New Guardians" #22 by Justin Jordan & Brad Walker, with a cover by Rafael Albuquerque & Dave McCaig. The next major Green Lantern villain's story begins July 17.
New architects behind DC's "Green Lantern" universe Robert Venditti, Van Jensen, Justin Jordan and Charles Soule discuss the future of the franchise at HeroesCon 2013.
Valiant Entertainment's HeroesCon 2013 panel included some of the publisher's top talent including Robert Venditti, Matt Kindt, Tom Fowler and Justin Jordan. Plus, exclusive art.
Writer Justin Jordan discusses his plans for September's "Shadowman" #10, which continues the origin of Master Darque from #0 and how it links to the beginnings of the Shadowman loa.
"Superboy" writer Justin Jordan speaks about his first issue, (re)introducing Krypto to the Boy of Steel and turning "Wonder Woman" villain Doctor Psycho into a Super-foil. Plus, exclusive art from issue #21.
"Green Lantern: New Guardians" writer Justin Jordan told CBR he has no plans revert Kyle Rayner from White Lantern to Green and how Kyle's unique viewpoint colors his approach to dealing with new villain Relic.