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Titan Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Roman Dirge's "Lenore" #8. Going on sale July 31, this issue marks the beginning of the end for one of "Lenore's" main characters.
Indie comics creator Roman Dirge spoke frankly with fans about recovering from being hit by a car, the future of "Lenore" and several other projects he has in the works for both television and comics.
After a hit-and-run accident left "Lenore" cartoonist Roman Dirge with a severely broken leg, the artist reaches out to his fans with characteristically good humor while his family coordinates fundraising efforts for medical bills.
"Lenore" creator Roman Dirge has been hospitalized after being struck by an apparent drunken driver while crossing the street. ROBOT 6 has details.
After 20 years, writer/artist Roman Dirge is still going strong with everyone's favorite undead little girl, "Lenore," and the creator addressed his fans at Comic-Con International.
James Hunt gives "Lenore" #5 4.5 stars calling creator Roman Dirge "hugely accomplished as an illustrator with a brilliant sense of comic timing and a keen eye for coloring."
Titan has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Roman Dirge's "Lenore" #5. Discover the second chapter of "Wrath of the Creepig" on March 28.
Titan Books has provided CBR News with an exclusive look inside the covers of "Taxidermied - The Art of Roman Dirge," a new hardcover collection featuring unseen art from the mind of the creator of "Lenore."
Eccentric cartoonist Roman Dirge talked to his devoted followers at Comic-Con about his new art book "Taxidermied," his ongoing series "Lenore" and some very big movie news.
During his spotlight panel at Comic-Con, "Lenore" creator Roman Dirge announced a planned film adaptation of the dead girl's comics with Neil Gaiman producing.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the color edition of "Lenore: Cooties" by creator Roman Dirge. Featuring a foreword by Neil Gaiman, catch "Cooties" in stores November 30.
Titan Books, has provided CBR with before and after examples to show readers, both new and old, what the wonderfully dark world of Roman Dirge's Lenore looks like in the new "Lenore: Noogies" full-color hardcover collection.
"Lenore" creator Roman Dirge talks to CBR TV about returning to the indie cult classic with remastered editions from Titan Books. Dirge created Lenore in high school, and tells us what it's like to look back on his earliest work.