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X-Men creators Chris Claremont, Walt & Louise Simonson, Len Wein and more recount their time with Marvel's mutants and the birth of the crossover.
Louise Simonson and Derek Charm keep fighting the good fight in IDW Publishing and Cartoon Network's "Super Secret Crisis War!" #4.
1970s comic luminaries Walt & Louise Simonson, Len Wein, Mark Evanier and more discussed comics history and shared funny stories at Comic-Con.
An army of robot doppelgangers threaten to tarnish the reputation of the heroes in Louise Simonson & Derek Charm's "Super Secret Crisis War" #3.
An early morning couldn't stop a panel full of good times and funny answers about "My Little Pony," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and more of IDW's all-ages comics.
"Ragnarok" creator Walter Simonson & "Super Secret Crisis War" writer Louise Simonson talk about creative problem solving and their 40 years together.
Walt Simonson explains why his take on the Norse apocalypse in the IDW-published "Ragnarök," is "some of the grimmest work I've ever done."
The writer brings Cartoon Network favorites together in "Super Secret Crisis War" crossover, and reveals her hopes for En Sabah Nur in "X-Men: Apocalypse."
On the last day of WonderCon, IDW celebrated Easter by focusing squarely on their multiple all-ages comics, including their Cartoon Network slate.
IDW discussed plans for "Super Secret Crisis War," its Cartoon Network crossover, with tie-ins featuring "Johnny Bravo," "Cow and Chicken" and "Samurai Jack."
Editor Sarah Gaydos reveals the full line-up of "Super Secret Crisis War" tie-ins, which feature back-up stories by Louise Simonson & Derek Charm.
"Super Secret Crisis War," written by Louise Simonson, unites "Powerpuff Girls," "Samurai Jack," "Dexter's Laboratory" and more for a one-of-a-kind crossover.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Teams Powerpuff Girls, Samurai Jack, Dexter and More in "Super Secret Crisis War"
Marv Wolfman, Mike Carlin, Jerry Ordway and more creators from the Post-Crisis-era of Superman reflected at Comic-Con on the stories and events that helped shaped the Man of Steel in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
The Women of Marvel panel at Comic-Con internationa featured industry legend Louise Simonson, editor Jeanine Schaefer, and more, plus a special message of encouragement from a surprise guest.
During Women's History Month, CBR shines the spotlight on female comics creators, past and present. This week, Ann Nocenti and Louise Simonson reflect on working at Marvel & the pitfalls of writing female characters.
With Marvel's all-ages titles shifting to match the "Ultimate Spider-Man" & "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" cartoons, Editor Tom Brennan explains how he and his creators keep a comics focus first.
Marjorie Liu, Christina Strain, Louise Simonson were among the participants of Comic-Con International's Women Of Marvel panel where they discussed their work and experiences at the House of Ideas.
Walt and Louise Simonson spoke with CBR TV about their experiences on the set of "Thor," Walt's new Artist's Edition from IDW, Louise's "Superman Retroactive" one-shot and much more.
In a CBR exclusive Keith Giffen, Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove and Marv Wolfman spill the beans on their contributions to DC Comics just-announced “Retro-Active” series.
Doug Zawisza gave "Chaos War: X-Men" #1 4 stars, saying of the Louise Simonson, Chris Claremont and Doug Braithwaite created issue, "of all the “Chaos War” tie-ins, this one is by far the most enticing."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Chaos War: X-Men" #1, written by Chris Claremont and Louise Simonson with art by Doug Braithwaite. The dead return Wednesday, December 29.
"Chaos War: X-Men," by writers Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont and artist Doug Braithwaite, begins in December. We spoke with Simonson about the series which stars a host of famous and fallen mutants.
The writer of "X-Factor Forever," Louise Simonson, answered fans' questions about revisiting the past while also giving an idea of what readers can look forward to. Plus, an exclusive look at art from issue #3!
In March, 2010, Louise Simonson returns to the Marvel Universe with "X-Factor: Forever," a five issue mini-series that picks up where the writer's original "X-Factor" run left off in 1991. We spoke with Simonson exclusively about the book.