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Marvel senior vice president of publishing Tom Brevoort confirmed exclusively to CBR that Matt Fraction is scaling back his duties on "Fantastic Four" and "FF" due to the scheduling demands of "Inhumanity."
Jeff Parker and company's digital comics version of Adam West's "Batman" debuts today, and THE BAT SIGNAL is back to hear about the history of the cult comedy adaptation and its impact on the 21st Century comic.
CBR spoke to Matt Fraction about his Marvel NOW! titles "Fantastic Four" & "FF" and the teams' encounter with multiple incarnations of Doctor Doom and a new version of the Frightful Four.
The writer of the Eisner-nominated "Hawkeye" and two Fantastic Four comics joins Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso as Matt Fraction tells what made an unlikely hit huge and the FF go family first.
Swamp Thing turns to house-sitting, Tom Taylor goes straight to Hades, Darla Deering faces The Thing (and The Thing, and The Thing…), Marvel's first family gets lost in time and space and Deadpool screams for ice cream.
Jeff Parker discussed his new DC Comics digital-first series "Batman '66" with CBR, promising both the Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt versions of Catwoman will appear in the series with Killer Croc, Joker and more.
DC Comics will expand its digital-first comics line this summer with the debut of "Batman ’66," a series based on the classic television series by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case with Mike Allred covers.
ROBOT 6's Michael May makes the case for why you should be reading Matt Fraction and Michael Allred's "FF" -- and his case is Darla Deering, the aptly named "Miss Thing."
"FF" artist and "Madman" creator Michael Allred and colorist Laura Allred returned this morning from a trip to Arizona to find their home near Eugene, Oregon, burglarized.
Black Mask Studios, founded by "30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles, has announced its launch titles including an issue of "Occupy Comics" that reunites "V For Vendetta" creative team Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
Did famed filmmaker Federico Fellini really write an Italian bootleg Flash Gordon comic in the late '30s? Did Charlton Comics get its start in a PRISON? And where's Mike Allred's "X-Force" character The Horn?
The week in toy announcements was dominated by new lines of MiniMates, from the latest Marvel wave to all-new Star Trek and Walking Dead figures. Plus, new Doctor Who merchandise and the latest from DC Collectibles.
As the year comes to a close, ROBOT 6 asks an array of creators and publishers, ranging from Michael Allred and Paige Braddock to Greg Pak and Jamal Igle, their favorite comics of 2012, and what they're most excited about for 2013.
Greg McElhatton gives "FF" #2 4 stars, saying the second Marvel NOW! issue by Matt Fraction and Mike Allred "has a spring in its step that makes you eager to see what happens next."
As a child, "FF" Mike Allred actually pretended to be Ant-Man and his first "comic book" crush was Medusa. Suffice it to say, the artist assured CBR of his commitment to his and Matt Fraction's new Marvel NOW! series.
This week, Tim checks out some new first issues of comics that are completely worth your time to check out from talents like Matt Fraction, Mike Allred, Brandon Graham, Zack Soto, Kathryn Immonen and more!
Viz Media executives talk "Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha"! Matt Fraction and Michael Allred on relaunching "Fantastic Four"! The possibilities of motion comics! Interviews with Lance Henriksen and Chris Samnee! Plus more!
CBR spoke with writer Matt Fraction about his Marvel NOW! plans for "Fantastic Four" and "FF" including the exploration of new territories with classic characters and classic rivalries with new characters.
Marvel has released a first look at Art Adams' variant cover for "FF" #1, which features an homage to the very first issue of "Fantastic Four" with Matt Fraction's new team of Medusa, Miss Thing, Ant Man and She-Hulk.
Marvel has released an early look at Matt Fraction and Mike Allred's "FF" #1 featuring Medusa, Ant-Man and the Fantastic Four! The Marvel NOW! title relaunches November 28 with a cover by Allred and variant by Skottie Young.
This week, Mothman takes a nap, Clint and Kate take aim, Metal Man takes to the water, Wonder Woman takes a walk and The Coyote takes a head.
After having graced the debut issue in 1972, Wonder Woman returns to "Ms." magazine for her fourth cover with the 40th anniversary edition of the periodical. The Mike Allred illustration is also available as a poster.
Greg McElhatton gives the Doop-centric "Wolverine and the X-Men" #17 by Jason Aaron and Michael Allred 4 stars, calling the comedic issue "a welcome break from the doom and gloom of 'AvX.'"
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.
This week, the Lizard's up to his eyeball in Spider-Man, Batwoman chants "Bloody Mary" three times, Daredevil keeps watch over Hell's Kitchen, we wonder what's behind the blue-green door and go leaf watching in space.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at upcoming Marvel NOW! "Fantastic Four" artist Mark Bagley's connecting variant covers for "FF" #1 and "Fantastic Four" #1 hitting in November.
The latest Marvel NOW! creative switch up sees writer Matt Fraction brings a new twist to "The Fantastic Four" with Mark Bagley while a second team consisting of Ant-Man, She-Hulk, Medussa and Miss Thing star in "FF" with Mike Allred.
Continuing the 100th issue saga that started with Robert Kirkman's Invincible, writer Benito Cereno welcomes Mike Allred's Madman to "The Tick" while investigating the death of Arthur and musing on Ben Edlund's original comics.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mike Allred, Jamie S. Rich and Mike Norton's "It Girl & the Atomics" #1! The series debuts August 8.
Today's Marvel teasers indicate that Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley will be taking over "Fantastic Four" while Fraction and artist Mike Allred will handle the relaunched "FF" title. UPDATED with the second teaser.
Marvel has released a first look at Mike Allred's return to Marvel Comics with "Daredevil" #17 written by Mark Waid with colors by Laura Allred. "The Great Divide" begins August 15.
Matt Murdock escaped from Latveria in "Daredevil" #15, but he did not emerge unscathed. CBR News spoke with writer Mark Waid about the issue and his plans for the Eisner-winning series.
Longtime "Madman" editor Jamie S. Rich expounds on the new Image Comics series "It Girl and the Atomics" and talks about further developing Mike Allred's "Madman" universe with series artist Mike Norton.
The creative minds behind Marvel's critically acclaimed "Daredevil" ongoing series including Mark Waid, Mike Allred, Chris Samnee and Paolo Rivera sat down for a discussion of all things the Man Without Fear.
Chris Roberson spoke with CBR News about his public departure from DC Comics based in part on its treatment of Alan Moore, the cancellation of "iZombie," his creator-owned book "Memorial" and the ethics of comics.
At Emerald City Comicon, Vertigo creators Bill Willingham, Mike Allred, Dustin Nguyen, and more discussed the end of "iZombie", "Fables'" 10th anniversary and upcoming projects including "Shooters."
This week, a certain wall-crawler tries to turn back time, some angry apes go to war, a revenant seeks cold comfort, a reflection holds the key and a comic nears an explosive end.