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BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie discusses honing his company's focus, creating quality comics and the groundbreaking first-look deal with Fox.
The next BOOM! Studios property to get the live-action treatment may be Mark Sable and Julian Totino Tedesco's "Unthinkable," now in development as an hour-long drama at Fox.
"Graveyard of Empires" co-creators Paul Azaceta and Mark Sable reflect on the comic with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea, discuss Sable's current Kickstarter project, Azaceta's upcoming "Conan" work and more.
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Gladstone's School for World Conquerors" #2 by Smith and Villavert & "Graveyard of Empires #1 by Sable and Azaceta out 6/15.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks to the creators of the upcoming zombie/war series "Graveyard of Empires," discussing the title's cover designs, how their creative partnership has changed over the years and more.
Image Comics has released advance previews for eight new titles debuting in June 2011, including the Skybound imprint's "Witch Doctor," Frank Cho's "50 Girls 50," Ron Marz and Lee Moder's "Shinku" and more.
Mark Sable, the writer of "Grounded" and "Unthinkable" spins a time-traveling tale of teenagers in the Kickstart-published "Rift Raiders" and tells CBR News how Hollywood heat hasn't changed his comics creating.
Writer Mark Sable spoke with CBR News about his upcoming one-shot pitting the Teen Titans against Flash's Rogues Gallery for the first time in a previously untold tale tied to "Identity Crisis."
The Editor-in-Chief of BOOM! Studios and superstar comics writer Mark Waid hosts a brand new installment of WAID TV with guest Mark Sable, writer of the new BOOM! miniseries “Unthinkable."
CBR speaks with writer Mark Sable about "Unthinkable," the new BOOM! miniseries about a creative writer hired by a U.S. think tank to dream up worst case terror scenarios, as well as the alternate reality game inspired by it.
Image Comics creators Rob Schrab, Joe Casey, Mark Sable along with cartoonist Lela Lee took to the airwaves in Los Angeles last week to judge music and talk comics on Jonsey's Jukebox Jury with host Dave Navarro.
With eclectic nods to “Dexter” and “The Untouchables,” Mark Sable talks (out of just one side of his mouth) about “Two-Face: Year One,” its place in the Batman mythology, and his ideas for expanding Gotham City.