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Abe continues his Arizona adventure in this exclusive preview of "Abe Sapien" #10, by Mignola, Allie and Fiumara.
Writer John Arcudi speaks to CBR about the five-issue "B.P.R.D.: 1948" with art by Max Fiumara and teases what the team finds when they enter a nuclear testing facility in Utah.
John Arcudi and Mike Mignola discuss "B.P.R.D. - Hell On Earth: The Return Of The Master," artist Tyler Crooks' stepping into Guy Davis' shoes and Cameron Stewart's upcoming "Hell On Earth: Exorcism" one-shot.
As part of a new slate of comics from the "B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth" setting, Mike Mignola is tapping new writers, artists and ideas to bring vampires close to Hellboy in "The Transformation of J.H. O'Donnell" while eying Abe Sapien.
Longtime "Hellboy" & "B.P.R.D." editor Scott Allie spoke to CBR about the Bureau tales he co-wrote with Mike Mignola, as well as the series' direction in the second half of 2012.
We spoke with artists James Harren, Tyler Crook, Jason Latour and Max Fiumara, each of whom will draw a new chapter in Mike Mignola and John Arcudi's "B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth" saga, throughout the spring.
CBR News spoke with the creators of Marvel's "Hulk Smash Avengers" series that ties into the upcoming "Avengers" movie and chronicles the Jade Giant's rocky relationship with the Avengers.
CBR spoke with writer James Asmus about "Namor: The First Mutant Annual" #1, which brings his "Escape From the Negative Zone" storyline to a close and pits the X-Men and Steve Rogers against a berserk sea lord.
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Amazing Spider-Man" #637, featuring the story behind the new Spider-Girl. The issue, featuring part 4 of "The Grim Hunt," hits comic stores on Wednesday, July 21.
In part one of our two part interview, "Amazing Spider-Man" editor Stephen Wacker spoke about creating Spidey's world, planning stories, holding creative retreats and polishing up Spidey's classic foes for a new era.
For one boy in 1930s Broolklyn, life is about the Depression, losing his dad to crime, and training a dragon. Joe Kelly talks his new series "Four Eyes," perhaps the first ever gangster-dragon-revenge epic.