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Award-winning artist Nathan Fox spoke to CBR about "Haunt" and working with Joe Casey, his past projects like "Pigeons From Hell," and the new MFA program he's overseeing at the School for Visual Arts.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Jonathan Hickman and Nick Paterra's "Manhattan Projects" #5 and Joe Casey and Nathan Fox's "Haunt" #25!
Matt Fraction and artist Nathan Fox have created a comic for "GQ" detailing the events of the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden's compound that ultimately led to the terrorist leader's death. ROBOT 6 has details.
Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane, Joe Casey, Nathan Fox and more discuss the future of "Spawn," "Haunt," animation, action figures and how whoring yourself out can pay off.
BOOM! Studios has released Claudio Sanchez's schedule for New York Comic Con while providing CBR with an exclusive 6-page preview of Sanchez's "Key of Z" #1.
Slated to take over writing chores on "Haunt" with #19, Joe Casey spoke with CBR News about what makes the brothers Kilgore tick and what he's got planned for the Image Comics title.
"Haunt" co-creator Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR about shifting creative teams from Robert Kirkman and Greg Capullo to the incoming Joe Casey and Nathan Fox while sharing an exclusive look at Fox's art for #19.
CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Blue Estate" #1 4 stars, saying writer/creator Andrew Osborne's noirish Image Comics debut "is very Elmore Leonard, and that’s a very good thing."
Benjamin Bailey looks at "Iron Man" #500 by Matt Fraction, giving it a four star review, praising the four artists and saying the issue "shows what a great creative team can do when it’s given the room to stretch its legs."
Archaia E-i-C Stephen Christy spills on the recently announced upcoming anthology "BleedOut" featuring a plethora of creative talent that explores the consequences found in eliminating an everyday commodity.
In anticipation of Joe Casey and Nathan Fox's final issue of gonzo villainy, the writer of "Dark Reign: Zodiac" talked with CBR News and explained the method behind the madness of Marvel's newest super villain.
What’s more terrifying than a haunted house and an angry mob of pigeons? CBR spoke with Joe Lansdale and Nathan Fox, creators of Dark Horse’s R.E. Howard adaptation, “Pigeons from Hell," to find out.