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"Xenozoic Tales" creator Mark Schultz discusses his new apocalyptic environmental thriller, the noir/sci-fi mash-up "Storms at Sea."
Harvey Kurtzman-era "MAD," Mark Schultz's "Xenozoic Tales" and Gil Kane's "Amazing Spider-Man were revealed to be the next three projects in IDW Publishing's Artist's Edition line.
Professor and cartoonist Jay Hosler talks about his his new book illustrated by Kevin and Zander Cannon that tells the story of life on Earth, dinosaurs and how to make science fun again.
With his passing, Al Williamson left behind a legacy that will continue to live on well into the future. We spoke with Mark Schultz, George Lucas and others about their personal and professional memories of the artist.
Writer Mark Schultz has revealed to CBR that by his own choice, his run on "The Spirit" will last only three issues, but that still gives him enough time to play with some of Will Eisner's toys and bring some new ones to the sandbox.
The veteran writer and illustrator talks to CBR about his new projects, returning to "Xenozoic Tales," writing Namor and Prince Valiant, the influence of Al Williamson, and rethinking his artistic approach from the ground up.
"Top Ten" illustrators Zander and Kevin Cannon tackle a particularly difficult subject in their new Mark Schultz-written graphic novel, "The Stuff of Life: A Graphic Guide to Genetics and DNA."