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Wagner will write and illustrate the five-issue series, debuting this summer from Dynamite Entertainment.
The Eisner-winning writer/artist's contribution to DC's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" variant cover program is a chilling Joker portrait.
Writer Matt Wagner and artists Dan Schkade and Brennan Wagner discuss "Will Eisner's The Spirit" and making the classic character relevant in 2015.
Commissioner Dolan searches for The Spirit in Matt Wagner & Dan Schkade's "Will Eisner's The Spirit," an all-new series from Dynamite.
Wagner explains how working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts to adapt Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up" got worse before it got better.
Wagner recalls the ups and downs of working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts for a comic adaptation of Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up."
Artist Dan Schkade and colorist Brennan will provide interiors for Matt Wagner's "Spirit" revival, with Eric Powell providing covers.
Dynamite's revival of Will Eisner's classic creation launches in July, and CBR has the exclusive first look at John Cassaday's cover.
After some anxiety about tackling the legendary character, Matt Wagner found the story that could bring the Spirit to a new audience at Dynamite.
The new Dynamite Entertainment series will debut at July's Comic-Con International as part of the iconic character's 75th anniversary celebration.
Get an exclusive first look at the latest landmark Dynamite crossover in "Django/Zorro" #2 by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner & Esteve Polls.
Eisner Award-winner Matt Wagner pits his famed creation Grendel against pulp hero The Shadow in Dark Horse Comics' "Grendel Vs. The Shadow" #2.
The "Django/Zorro" crossover team of Quentin Tarantino, Reginald Hudlin, and Matt Wagner join Nick Barrucci to celebrate ten years of Dynamite.
Quentin Tarantino teams with Reginald Hudlin and Matt Wagner for a "Django/Zorro" miniseries, co-published by Dynamite and DC Entertainment.
Legendary Comics' demon-hunting "Tower Chronicles," by Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley, goes monthly in April. CBR has an exclusive first look.
Amy Reeder spoke with CBR TV about how Kickstarter has made projects like her and co-creator Brandon Montclare's "Rocket Girl" a reality, the state of her co-ownership of "Fool's Gold" with TokyoPop and more.
In an all-new crossover from Dark Horse and Dynamite, writer/artist Matt Wagner tells CBR exclusively about his master plan to bring famed mobster assassin Grendel to the pulp era of The Shadow.
Dynamite officially announced Gail Simone on "Red Sonja," discussed upcoming surprises and introduced the world to Gross Guy at Emerald City Comicon this weekend.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an all-new exclusive preview of Matt Wagner and Wilfredo Torres' "The Shadow: Year One" #1. The series debuts Wednesday, February 20.
In a new eight-part series, Matt Wagner returns to the "Year One" mold to tell a definitive story of The Shadow's first days killing crime including new revelations, a new villain and the origins of the classic mad laugh.
With Matt Wagner's "The Shadow: Year One" debuting in February, Dynamite has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Alex Ross, Howard Chaykin and Chris Samnee's covers for the pulp hero's origin series.
In response to a reader question, Tim takes a step back from the crush of current comics to reflect on what would make his All-Time Top 10 comics list. Can Kirby, Moore and Giffen make the cut?
Grant Morrison and Matt Wagner discussed their Legendary Comics projects before Guillermo del Toro stole the show, playing a trailer for "Pacific Rim" and revealing details about the movie's comic book prequel.
Courtesy of Legendary Comics, CBR shares an exclusive first look at artist Tim Bradstreet's variant cover for Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley's "The Tower Chronicles: GeistHeist."
Writing the first long form graphic narrative for Legendary Comics, Matt Wagner promises "The Tower Chronicles" will mix mythological ghouls, Simon Bisley interiors and human mysteries for much more than a movie pitch.
Legendary Entertainment has provided CBR with an exclusive 18-page preview of "The Tower Chronicles" by Thomas Tull, Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley with six never-before-seen pages. The adventures of John Tower begin September 26.
Mark Waid and Matt Wagner interview each other about Legendary Comics on the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International in San Diego 2012, providing new insight into "The Tower Chronicles" and "Shadow Walk."
More on the move of MoCCA to Society of Illustrators! Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery named best of Seattle! Reports on weekend conventions! Matt Wagner on 30 years of "Grendel"! Plus much more!
Legendary Comics announced the OGN "Shadow Walk" by Mark Waid, Max Brooks and Shane Davis at Comic-Con International. Matt Wagner discussed "Tower Chronicles" and CBR spoke with the creators about their projects.
Legendary Comics continues its string of Comic-Con International announcements with the release of Alex Ross' painted cover for "The Tower Chronicles," Matt Wagner, Simon Bisley and Thomas Tull's upcoming trilogy.
The studio-powered publishing imprint expands its ranks from legends like Matt Wagner to talent including Mark Waid, Shane Davis and more, and CBR News is on hand LIVE for all the Legendary Comics news.
Legendary Comics has released a 12-page preview for book one of "The Tower Chronicles" by Thomas Tull written Matt Wagner with art by Simon Bisley. Check out the ashcan later this weekend during Comic-Con International 2012.
Legendary Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Schreck discusses the creation of the supernatural thriller "The Tower Chronicles" by Thomas Tull, Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley. Plus, the debut of Jim Lee's cover for the series!
Legendary Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Schreck spoke with CBR TV about working with Matt Wagner and choosing new projects for the publisher while sharing a story about Frank Miller and "Dark Knight Strikes Again."
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.