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Arriving just before the release of the "Warcraft" film, "Warcraft: Bonds of Brotherhood" comes from Paul Cornell, Mat Broome, Ale Garza and more.
Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards' "Doctor Who: Four Doctors" #1 "is not only a good media tie-in comic, it's a good comic, period."
How about “Khurt-Khurt!” instead of "Gulp!"? A look at the atomic bomb as a theme in manga! Paul Cornell talks "This Damned Band"! Plus much more!
Paul Cornell and Tony Parker's "This Damned Band" #1 "is a triumph and a strong, fascinating introduction."
Paul Cornell & Tony Parker travel to 1974 for a darkly hilarious tale of black magic and classic rock in Dark Horse Comics' "This Damned Band"
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Tony Parker discuss their new Dark Horse series, which has been hailed as "Spinal Tap" meets "Ghostbusters."
Paul Cornell explains to CBR why he's always up for writing more "Doctor Who," especially when it's a special crossover event like "Four Doctors."
The Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors - and their comics companions! - join forces in Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards' crossover miniseries!
The story, written by Paul Cornell with art by Neil Edwards, will run weekly from August into September.
Titan Comics will unite the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors for this first time ever this summer's five-part crossover event.
"Wolverine" is on a clock to Logan's death, and series writer Paul Cornell joined X-POSITION to answer reader questions about the book's direction.
Wolverine may have "Three Months to Die," but there's even less time to submit your X-POSITION questions for series writer Paul Cornell.
Paul Cornell is joined by artists Kris Anka & David Curiel on the first chapter of "3 Months to Die," the "Wolverine" arc that changes everything for Logan.
"Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell takes Logan to Madripoor and puts him in conflict with the agents of MI:13 and tells CBR about the upcoming "3 Months to Die" arc.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso and executive editor Mike Marts tell CBR News the loss of Wolverine's healing factor was only the beginning.
Paul Cornell joins X-Position to discuss the massive status quo shift in Wolverine's world and what to expect for the coming year.
Paul Cornell, Ryan Stegman and more discuss the recent All-New Marvel NOW! relaunch of "Wolverine" and plans for the series' future.
Paul Cornell reflects on his first "Wolverine" run while looking ahead to Vol. 2 and its mysterious new villain, plus exclusive Ryan Stegman art!
ROBOT 6 has color pages from "Wolverine" #1, by Cornell and Stegman, and "Winter Soldier: The Bitter March" #1, by Remender and Boschi, arriving in February from Marvel.
IDW closes out six years of "Doctor Who" comics with "Doctor Who Special 2013" by Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton, celebrating 50 years of the franchise.
An "exchangeability" program offered by Marvel to retailers reveal early details of what's billed as a major issue coming in September 2014.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Paul Cornell, Simon Spurrier and more discusses Marvel Comics this past weekend in Leeds.
In the aftermath of "Killable," writer Paul Cornell and artist Ryan Stegman launch a new volume of "Wolverine" that sees Logan looking for "Payback."
Paul Cornell and Ryan Stegman relaunch "Wolverine" in February, with new allies, a modified uniform and more.
"Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell and "Superior Spider-Man" artist Ryan Stegman are teaming for something at Marvel starting in February 2014.
Paul Cornell talks about how the Doctor finds himself at a "Doctor Who" convention - and why Peter Capaldi should have been a woman.
CBR spoke with "Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell about "Killable," a new arc starting in issue #8, dealing with the aftermath of Logan's battle with the sentient extra-dimensional virus that erased his healing factor.
IDW Publishing EIC Chris Ryall hosted a lively panel chock full of announcements including new projects from Walter Simonson, Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Sam Kieth, "SNL's" Taran Killam and more.
At the San Diego Comic-Con International X-Men panel, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Posehn, Peter David and more announced new titles and the return of Nightcrawler in new series "Amazing X-Men."
"Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell joins X-Position to discuss his first arc with the character, what he has planned for the title's future and making Wolverine accessible to new readers.
Less than three weeks after Vertigo released the final issue of Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's "Saucer Country," the writer teases the sci-fi thriller could be back on shelves as early as February.
CBR News Spoke with "Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell about his upcoming arc "Killable," which begins in August and finds the healing factor-less title character up against a horde of deadly enemies.
New "Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell stops by X-Position to answer your question on the recently-debuted Marvel NOW! ongoing that brings a new take on the most popular X-Man. Plus, exclusive art!
Golden Age artist Marion Sitton dies at age 92. Eric Stephenson on Image's 2012 and 2013! Jennifer L. Holm joins CBLDF board! Interviews with Mark Waid, Joe Sacco and Reginald Hudlin! Manga to look forward to! Plus more!
Writer Paul Cornell makes his return to Marvel alongside artist Alan Davis with "Wolverine." CBR spoke with the writer about his action-crime take on the series, plus an exclusive first look at Davis' first issue art.
Could "Saucer Country," Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's political UFO series for Vertigo make a good television show? SPINOFF ONLINE thinks so.
Writer Paul Cornell and artist Alan Davis team up for a new "Wolverine" ongoing series exploring the direction of the character following the events of "Avengers Vs. X-Men" for Marvel NOW! in March 2013.
"X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti will replace Paul Cornell as ongoing writer of DC Comics' "Demon Knights," and joins artist Bernard Chang beginning with issue #16 in January.
"Demon Knights" writer Paul Cornell discussed the series' upcoming arc which sends the Arthurian-era super team them to Hell to match wits against Lucifer himself, the Horsewoman's connection to the Red and more.