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"Jessica Jones" may be Marvel's darkest live-action adaptation yet, but Jeph Loeb tells CBR that at its core, it's a classic Marvel story.
Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, and featuring a cover by David Mack, the comic serves as an exclusive preview of the Netflix series.
Archie's Dark Circle imprint delivers advanced first looks at Frank Tieri & Fernando Ruiz's "The Hangman" and Michael Gaydos' "Black Hood" art.
Swierczynski and Gaydos bring a new vigilante in a familiar mantle to Philadelphia. Both sides of the law are left to discover who this new hero is.
"The Bullet's Kiss" continues as Duane Swierczynski & Michael Gaydos tell a crime story like no other in "Black Hood" #3 from Archie's Dark Circle.
When "Archie" #1 debuts in July, Mark Waid and Fiona Staples will be joined by an all-star roster of cover artists.
"Despite the shift in the story's focus, both Duane Swierczynski and Michael Gaydos evoke a darker and seedier mood" in "Black Hood" #2.
Trouble is a step ahead in this exclusive preview of Dark Circle Comics' "Black Hood" #2 by Duane Swierczynski & Michael Gaydos.
Comics retailer conference ComicsPRO has given Archie Comics the opportunity to unveil a new "Black Hood" cover, and CBR has the reveal.
Swierczynski and Gaydos' "The Black Hood" #1 marks "a thrilling start to a new publishing initiative" for Dark Circle Comics, Archie Comics' new superhero imprint.
Take a look inside Michael Gaydos' art from "The Black Hood" #1, and read why Archie Comics is making the issue returnable for retailers.
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.
Archie's superhero/crime noir imprint is set to launch in February, and CBR has the first look at covers by Francesco Francavill and Howard Chaykin.
The writer's take on Dark Circle Comics' most famous vigilante is more crime book than superhero story as Archie's Black Hood goes it alone.
IDW presents Ed Brisson & Michael Gaydos' "24: Underground", the fiery conclusion that sees Jack Bauer trying to escape the CIA and Russian mafia.
Archie's new Dark Circle Comics has revealed its first three titles: "The Black Hood," "The Shield" and a second volume of "The Fox."
Editor Tom Brevoort tells CBR about the "Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration," an anthology featuring all-star characters and creators from the company's history.
Ed Brisson and Michael Gaydos' lead-in to "24: Live Another Day" continues in "24" #3, on sale June 25!
Ed Brisson and Michael Gaydos bridge the gap between Jack Bauer's CTU agent life and becoming an international fugitive in IDW's "24: Underground" #2.
Ed Brisson & Michael Gaydos' "24: Underground" #1 gives new life to Jack Bauer, chronicling his adventures after the end of his acclaimed TV series.
Ed Brisson discusses Jack Bauer's return in IDW's "24," revealing how the story sets up Fox's "Live Another Day" and sharing exclusive Michael Gaydos art.
Melissa Rosenberg, long attached to "Jessica Jones," is reported to be writing and executive producing the Netflix series starring the character.
Although ABC passed on "AKA Jessica Jones," the pilot based on "Alias" by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, producer Melissa Rosenberg says Marvel is still trying to find a network for the drama.
"Wild Children" and "Change" writer Ales Kot made a major splash at New York Comic Con, announcing two brand new Image Comics titles. CBR spoke to him about "Zero" and "The Surface."
Following three successful miniseries, IDW launches an ongoing "True Blood" series in May. CBR spoke with co-writers Ann Nocenti and Michael McMillian about the undying series.
"Green Arrow" scribe Ann Nocenti and "True Blood" star Michael McMillian have been confirmed to write IDW's "True Blood" ongoing series with Michael Gaydos on art. The series premieres in May.