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DC Comics has announced that Nick Spencer and Bernard Chang will become the creative team on "Supergirl" with January’s Issue 60, replacing Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle. ROBOT 6 has details.
Writer Nick Spencer joined CBR News for our latest COMMENTARY TRACK, giving an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the construction of "Morning Glories" #1, the newest hit series from Image Comics and Shadowline.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of Nick Spencer's "Morning Glories" #2. Featuring art by Joe Eisma and a cover by Rodin Esquejo, the mystery deepens on Wednesday, September 15.
Chad Nevett gave "Morning Glories" #1 a 4 star review saying that the debut issue of writer Nick Spencer and artist Joe Eisma's new Image title "makes me wonder what’s in store as the series continues."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of Nick Spencer's "Morning Glories" #1 featuring art by Joe Eisma and a cover by Rodin Esquejo. The series debuts tomorrow, August 11.
DC Comics editor Ian Sattler moderated a panel packed with announcements and creators including J. Michael Straczynski, Gail Simone, James Robinson and more at Comic-Con International.
Nick Spencer told CBR that as a long-time fan of Chloe, he plans to remain very true to the "Smallville" character and her fans have nothing to fear when it comes to her portrayal in "Action Comics."
Writer Nick Spencer spoke with CBR News about his upcoming "Action Comics" co-feature starring Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen, and his plans to send the cub reporter across the galaxy and through time.
Writer Nick Spencer spoke with us about his T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents relaunch for DC Comics, saying that they will operate like no other superhero team within the DCU while testing very concept of heroes vs. villains.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive 11-page preview of Nick Spencer's "Morning Glories," featuring artwork by Joe Eisma and a cover by Rodin Esquejo. The 48 page debut issue hits stores on August 11.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview for "Forgetless" #5 by creator Nick Spencer and artists W. Scott Forbes and Marley Zarcone. The series finale hits stores on Wednesday, June 16.
It's time to meet your classmates! In an exclusive interview, writer Nick Spencer pulls back the curtain on the cast of his upcoming series "Morning Glories," describing each of the characters in great detail.
Image Comics creators Jim Valentino, Tim Seeley, Richard Starkings, Ben McCool and Nick Spencer discussed their upcoming projects and much more at the Image panel at C2E2 this weekend, and CBR was there.
"Existence 3.0" and "Forgetless" writer Nick Spencer spoke with CBR News about "Morning Glories," his upcoming ongoing Image Comics series described as a mixture of "Lost" and "Runaways."
Image Comics has released a brand new teaser image for writer Nick Spencer's new series. Stay tuned to CBR during this weekend's C2E2 coverage for more news about the project as it becomes available.
CBR News spoke with Image Comics writer Nick Spencer about the midway points of "Existence 3.0" and "Forgetless," the debut of "Shuddertown," the recently announced movie deal for "Existence 2.0" and much more.
The "Existence" and "Forgetless" writer spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Image Comics/Shadowline miniseries, which focuses on a homicide detective investigating murders that are seemingly commited by the dead.
Writer Nick Spencer and artists W. Scott Forbes, Jorge Coelho and Marley Zarcone spoke with CBR News about their process in creating "Forgetless," the new miniseries from Image Comics' Shadowline imprint.
The writer and co-creator of Image and Shadowline's "Existence" franchise speaks with CBR News about returning characters, new voices and various twists and turns to be found in the upcoming second miniseries, "Existence 3.0."
The author of the upcoming Image Comics/Shadowline miniseries talks to CBR News about assassins, girls, dance parties and the seedy underbelly of New York City's party scene.
The creators behind "Existence 2.0" are back for a sequel, "Existence 3.0." CBR spoke with creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas about the series that promises to continue the high-tech noir tradition of the first.
Creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas talk to CBR News about "Existence 2.0," their new sci-fi/action Image Comics miniseries about a man who transfers his consciousness into the body of the hitman hired to kill him.