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Kurt Busiek and Benjamin Dewey deliver an incredible issue with "Tooth & Claw" #1, "a comic book that simply can not be missed."
Tom Brevoort, joined by some of Marvel Comics' biggest talent, discussed where event comics came from, how they're made - and why it's all Jimmy Carter's fault!
"Astro City" creator Kurt Busiek has provided a detailed explanation of the motivations and reasons behind the recent Marvel/Kirby estate settlement.
Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey unleash "Tooth and Claw" in November, a mature readers tale about wizards, gods, con women and heroes.
Comic book legends Kurt Busiek and Michael Allred discuss the ins and outs of working in these two distinct publishing worlds.
Kurt Busiek & Brent Anderson take a day hour-by-hour in "Astro City" #13, featuring some of the "best artwork on the series to date."
Graham Nolan discusses his "Astro City" fill-in, working on "Joe Frankenstein" with Chuck Dixon and moving "Sunshine State" to GoComics.
Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Graham Nolan discuss "Astro City" #12, the first series issue drawn by a guest artist from start to finish.
ROBOT 6 continues its annual survey of creators, checking in with Kurt Busiek, Corinna Bechko, Jeffrey Brown, Declan Shalvey and more.
Who are the greatest writers to guide Spider-Man's adventures? From the "Amazing" to "Spectacular" and "Ultimate," CBR breaks them down.
Writer Kurt Busiek speaks to CBR about "Astro City's" return at Vertigo, his four-part Winged Victory story and the current superhero pop culture landscape.
Tim concludes his two-part history of Power Man and Iron Fist in time for you to be interested in the characters again thanks to Marvel's Netflix deal.
Greg McElhatton gives the Broken Man-starring "Astro City" #5 4 stars, saying "Any time [Kurt] Busiek and [Brent] Anderson want to play with traditional storytelling, I'm in."
This week, learn about the DC/Marvel crossover comic you've never heard of, written by a future comic book great! Plus, who is Silkie and how was she almost an X-Man? All this and Cyclops' powers, too!
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #3 by Kurt Busiek and Brad Anderson 4 stars, saying the issue serves as "a reminder that the superhero genre isn't dead."
With the acclaimed series returning as a Vertigo title after a three-year absence from comic store shelves, painter Alex Ross explains how he worked to mature the look of "Astro City's" heroes
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #1 by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson 4 stars, saying the anticipated launch issue "reminds readers just how much fun Busiek and Anderson's series can be."
Writer Kurt Busiek spoke with CBR about this summer's return of his multiple Eisner and Harvey Award winning series, "Astro City" with new publisher Vertigo Comics.
Less than a month after announcing that Astro City will return in June as part of “DC proper,” DC COmics has revealed Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero series will actually be released under the Vertigo banner.
Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson and Alex Ross' "Astro City" returns to comic shelves June 5 under the DC Comics publishing banner after a nearly three-year hiatus following the dissolution of Wildstorm.
Kurt Busiek of "Astro City" and "Marvels" fame spins the virtual wheel in the latest edition of ROBOT ROULETTE, answering questions about where he grew up, scary movies and more.
CSBG concludes their look at the Easter eggs in Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek's "Marvels" with a look at issue #4, as John Romita, Clark Kent and Bob Marley all make appearances!
Jumping off a comment from writer Kurt Busiek, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake asks if fans buy comics based more on the creators involved or the characters they feature.
After a short while away from the keyboard, writer Kurt Busiek is working his way back to more comics work with new stories for digital publishers Monkeybrain Comics and Thrillbent while prepping more "Astro City."
CSBG continues its series examining Easter eggs from Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross' "Marvels" with issue #2, as Ross homages EC Comics and the Fantastic Four meet the Beatles!
CSBG begins a four-part examination at Easter Eggs in Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek's "Marvels" series, taking it an issue at a time. We begin with cameos from Clark Kent, Billy Batson, Popeye and more!
With the successful launch of his own proof of concept digital series "Insufferable" well under way, Mark Waid prepares to open the floodgates to Top Cow's Pilot Season, new series, new creators and a planned mobile app.
CNN spotlights wedding of Archie Comics' Kevin Keller! Will "Tintin" movie audiences appreciate Herge's genius like his fans do? Interviews with Kurt Busiek, Fiona Staples and Kody Chamberlain! Plus much more!
Tim takes aim at the shortfalls of Dynamite's "Kirby: Genesis" project and points to what makes post-Kirby projects succeed or fail. How does the first issue of the upcoming "Silver Star" series fare?
Writer Jai Nitz spoke with CBR News about his "Kirby: Genesis" tie-in book, "Silver Star," his take on the classic Jack Kirby character and how it all fits together to tell one cohesive story.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two new comics on sale next Wednesday, September 7 - Garth Ennis' "The Boys" #58 and the Kurt Busiek-written "Kirby: Genesis" #3!
Spinning out of Dynamite's "Kirby: Genesis," writer Sterling Gates explores Jack Kirby's Pacific Comics character Captain Victory and his crew in a new series.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, August 24, including the debut of Kevin Smith's "Bionic Man," "Queen Sonja" #19, "Warehouse 13" #1, and the latest "Vampirella Masters!"
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with an exclusive look at Alex Ross' cover for the Kurt Busiek-scripted "Kirby: Genesis" #5, in stores this October.
Greg McElhatton gave "Superman" #712 4 stars, calling the fill-in story by Kurt Busiek, Rick Leonardi and Jonathan SIbal "an excellent comic."
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "Kirby Genesis" #1 by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross and Jack Herbert. Jack Kirby's creations are re-imagined starting June 15, 2011.
With the recent #0 issue launching Dynamite's new Jack Kirby character universe, the writer behind "Kirby: Genesis" explains how he and Alex Ross turned the real life work of the King of Comics into cosmic fiction.
Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive, extended preview of "Kirby: Genesis" #0. Written by Kurt Busiek with art by Alex Ross and Jackson Herbert & based on Jack Kirby's concepts, the issue hits May 25.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Rocketeer Adventiures" #1 4 stars calling IDW's Dave Stevens-inspired anthology with work from Mike Allred, Kurt Busiek and more, "a nicely done comic from all parties involved."
The superstar painter opens up his sketchbook for a first look at the designs based on the King of Comics lost heroes for Dynamite's "Kirby Genesis," the forthcoming Kurt Busiek/Alex Ross epic.