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Kieron Gillen, Matt Wilson & Jamie McKelvie spoke with CBR at NYCC about their various projects, the "The Wicked + The Divine" TV show and more.
Cliff Chiang, Glenn Fabry, Jeff Lemire and David Marquez all contribute covers to Marvel's celebration of Jack Kirby's creatures.
"The Wicked + The Divine" creators Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson bring their magic back to "Phonogram" in August at Image Comics.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson's hit Image series "The Wicked + The Divine" is in motion as a TV series with Universal Television.
Writer Tim Seeley tells CBR that when Death disappears from the Marvel U, it's up to her exes to uncover her whereabouts and restore balance to the universe.
An enigma since her introduction, Jason Aaron & Russell Dauterman keep readers guessing until the very end of the excellent "Thor" #8.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #15 is another entertaining chapter in a "run that should be remembered and cherished for some time to come."
The creators of the acclaimed Image Comics title discussed collaboration, character design and contentious affection for one another in Seattle.
The writer of Marvel's weekly "Wolverines" series slashes through your questions and discusses character cameos.
Before "Archie" relaunches in 2015, "The Fox" gets a new #1 in April -- here's a look at covers and solicits for that issue and "Black Hood" #2.
The final shots in the war will be heard in Dark Horse Comics' "Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle" #12 by J. Michael Straczynski & Pete Woods.
Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson's new arc starts in December, and here's a peek -- plus the debut of David Lafuente's variant cover!
Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson bring "The Wicked + The Divine" aesthetic to six Image Comics variant covers this December.
Divine pop-god Lucifer finds herself in trouble and offers superfan Laura an unprecedented deal in Image Comics' "The Wicked + The Divine" #2.
This week, things get wickedly divine, Cyclops wrecks SHIELD property, "Star Trek" goes retro and more!
Charles Soule discusses his latest issue of "Swamp Thing," the ex-Avatars' agendas and the next steps for newly human Alec Holland.
Writer Ales Kot tells CBR about the "Secret Avengers'" recent battle with A.I.M. and how it impacts the series's new volume debuting this week.
At Image Expo, Jamie McKelvie, Chris Burnham, Paul Azaceta, Wesley Craig and Nick Dragotta discussed artistic methods with Image co-founder Erik Larsen.
After briefly checking in with last year's inductees, writer Brett White inducts five more artists into his Colorist Hall of Fame.
Charles Soule discusses the end of his first major arc on "Swamp Thing," the title's history and expanding its mythos with new characters & concepts.
"Awake" creator Kyle Killen spoke exclusively with CBR News about making the jump from television to comic books in DC's "Adventures of Superman" and teases an "Awake" comic revival.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Leinil Yu's inked pages from his and Mark Waid's "Indestructible Hulk" #5 and the debut of Matthew Wilson's colors on Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #2 art.
S.H.I.E.L.D. gets its own covert ops team of super heroes in February when Nick Spencer and Luke Ross launch a new volume of "Secret Avengers." CBR spoke with Spencer about returning to the title.
This January, "Phonogram" creators Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie reunite for their first long form Marvel Comics project, a new iteration of "Young Avengers." CBR spoke exclusively with them about the series.
CBR's Kelly Thompson gives "Secret Avengers" #16 by the new creative team of Warren Ellis and Jamie McKelvie 5 stars, calling it "a nearly-perfect superhero comic."
In a CBR exclusive interview, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang talk about their goals for "Wonder Woman" and the challenge of redefining such an iconic character. UPDATED with exclusive art.
On May 4th Los Angeles becomes home to a one man Avengers team as Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev kick of a new ongoing series starring Marvel's most unstable hero, “Moon Knight.” CBR News spoke with Bendis about the book.