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Gilbert Hernandez wins PEN Center USA award as D+Q announces "Bumperhead"! More from SPX! Cartoonists respond to Naval Yard shootings! Interviews with Mike Carey and Peter Gross, Karl Kerschl and Ales Kot! Plus more!
Greg McElhatton gives "Swamp Thing Annual" #1 by Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft, Becky Cloonan, Andrew Belanger and Karl Kershl 4 stars, calling the issue "the perfect way to use the Annual format."
Teenage vampyre Zoey Redbird begins her journey anew in comics, courtesy of Dark Horse. We spoke with best-selling author PC Cast about "House of Night," in stores now, plus, a look at some exclusive art
"Troublemaker" and "Dr. Horrible" artist Joëlle Jones spoke with CBR about bringing novelist P.C. Cast's "House of Night" characters to life in comics, walking us through her process with the help of some exclusive art!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Superboy" #11. The series final issue by Jeff Lemire, Pier Gallo, Pete Woods and Cafu hits stores August 17.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Superboy" #10. Written by Jeff Lemire, the series penultimate issue hits stores on Wednesday, August 3.
Karl Kerschl, the critically acclaimed artist and writer of "Wednesday Comics," "Teen Titans: Year One" and more spoke with CBR News about his Eisner-nominated webcomic "The Abominable Charles Christopher."
CBR News traveled to Ubisoft's Montreal studio to speak with Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl about their just announced "Assassin's Creed" miniseries, which tells the tale of battle-hardened assassin Nikolai Orelov.
Karl Kerschl and Cameron Stewart have been announced as the creative team for a comic series based on Ubisoft's popular "Assassin's Creed" franchise as part of the company's UbiWorkshop initiative.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." This week, it's all about Karl Kerschl's amazing "Flash" strip.
Karl Kerschl tells CBR why he wasn’t up to speed with The Flash until he started on “Wednesday Comics,” and editor Mark Chiarello reveals some details about Plastic Man and Creeper stories that he keeps for deadline insurance.