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James Tynion IV & Ming Doyle have departed yet-to-debut DC Comics' series "Dark Universe," but the duo remain on "Constantine: The Hellblazer."
"Constantine: The Hellblazer" co-writers Ming Doyle & James Tynion IV discuss their plans for John Constantine when his book relaunches in June.
With DC Comics' announcement of a more diverse writers' pool, Joseph Illidge gives his take on the publisher's newest initiative.
Moving beyond "the New 52," DC looks towards a "more inclusive and accessible" slate starting in June, with 24 new series joining 25 existing titles.
Ollie Masters discusses the interplay between the main mob wives featured in Vertigo's "The Kitchen," a new miniseries illustrated by Ming Doyle.
In "36 Seasons," the rapper once again draws from his love of comics, with contributions from artists including Ming Doyle, David Lapham and more.
DC Comics has released a first look at Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle's "The Kitchen" #1, launching a new Vertigo series November 12.
Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle transport Vertigo to 1970s NYC in "The Kitchen," an 8-issue series described as "Goodfellas" meets "Mob Wives."
Sina Grace asked all-star artists to create new outfits for the female characters in next month's "Burn the Orphanage" and CSBG has them all.
Joe Keatinge, Ming Doyle and Brent Scoonover explore different eras of the Man of Steel in this preview of "Adventures of Superman" #46.
Joe Keatinge explains the latest "What If?" miniseries, which explores parallel Marvel Universes that could result from the fractured time-space continuum.
A "What If? Age of Ultron" miniseries and a special "Daredevil" flash-forward issue are in the cards for Marvel's April releases.
Eric lands his dream job with Magnum Securities courtesy of James Asmus and Ming Doyle in "Quantum and Woody" #7, on sale Jan. 8.
Eric Stephenson welcomed a range of Image creators to the Thought Bubble stage to talk about the company and their creator-owned work.
This week, Finn gets spooky, Marco and Alana get romantic, The Shadow gets surreal and Dream gets -- well, two spots.
This week, Earth 2 is ordered to "Obey," Mara finds her place among the stars, the Center for Deadly Disease Control gets official, "Morning Glories" gets romantic and Wolverine goes sci-fi.
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Red Sonja" #4 by Gail Simone and Walter Geovani. Has the She-Devil with a Sword fought her last fight? Find out October 9!
Brian Wood talks to CBR about the upcoming final issue of "Mara" at Image Comics, concluding the story of a teenage sports star with super-powers transforming into a god and maybe blowing up Earth.
"Quantum and Woody" writer James Asmus, incoming artist Ming Doyle & new editor Alejandro Arbona discuss the artistic shift for the Valiant ongoing and the challenges of crafting a comedic character piece.
December's "Afterparty" arc beginning in "Young Avengers" #14 by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie celebrates New Year's Eve and concludes the duo's yearlong story -- plus plenty of special guest artists.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Bran Wood and Ming Doyle's "Mara" #5. The miniseries' penultimate issue hits stores June 19.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR has exclusive previews of Brian Wood, Ming Doyle & Jordie Bellaire's "Mara" #4, plus "Cyber Force" #4 and "Miniature Jesus" #1. All three issues go on sale April 17.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea speaks with "Mara" artist Ming Doyle about her work on the Brian Wood-written Image series, covering her knowledge of volleyball, the book's use of color, designing a futuristic world and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Mara" #2 by Brian Wood, Ming Doyle and Jordie Bellaire. Mara's newly manifested superpowers usher in a wave of trouble January 30.
Greg McElhatton gives "Mara" #1 by Brian Wood and Ming Doyle 4 stars, calling the inaugural issue of the Image series "a fun comic" with "an inventive take on the world of celebrity and sports."
Fiona Staples, Ming Doyle, Amy Reeder, Christine Larsen, Alex de Campi, Jordie Bellaire and Jennifer de Guzman discussed the unique challenges facing female comic creators during their NYCC panel.
Fiona Staples, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Wood, Ming Doyle, David Hine, Joe Harris and Glen Brunswick discussed world-building and their preferred brands of sci-fi as seen in their Image Comics titles
Writer Brian Wood spoke with CBR News about his and artist Ming Doyle's "Mara," the story of a world-class athlete who unexpectedly gains superpowers and the resulting fallout on a personal and sociological level.
Musical based on Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home" graphic memoir to debut this fall! Gilbert Hernandez talks "Love and Rockets"! Brian Wood and Ming Doyle on "Mara"! Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo talk "Bedlam"! Plus more!
"Fantastic Four" #600 kicked off writer Jonathan Hickman's biggest story yet. CBR spoke with Hickman about the issue and his plans for "FF" and "Fantastic Four" now that there are two titles.
Marvel Comics has released a second "Fantastic Four" #600 teaser, this time featuring an image of the Inhumans king, Black Bolt, and the quote, "So that's it? Accept... or else?"
Marvel Comics has released a Galactus-themed teaser for "Fantastic Four" #600 featuring an image of the devourer of worlds and the quote, "Very soon, your world is going to be broken."