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Joe Keatinge explains the latest "What If?" miniseries, which explores parallel Marvel Universes that could result from the fractured time-space continuum.
CBR has an exclusive preview of the "RoboCop: To Live and Die in Detroit" one shot tie-in to the big screen reboot!
A "What If? Age of Ultron" miniseries and a special "Daredevil" flash-forward issue are in the cards for Marvel's April releases.
Joe Keatinge & Peter Kowalski's "Marvel Knights: Hulk" #1 is a strong debut issue of the series, and delivers a successful and engaging read.
Joe Casey & Piotr Kowalski force Simon Cooke to confront the psycho-social phenomenon known as the Saturnalia to Image Comics' "Sex" #8, on sale 10/30.
With a wave of announcements hitting this week centering on imprints in the Marvel line, Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso explains the modern pitch for Marvel Knights and the story behind "Fantomex MAX."
CBR spoke with writer Joe Keatinge & editor Bill Rosemann about "Marvel Knights: Hulk," a "super science thriller" which finds an amnesiac Bruce Banner on the streets of Paris hunted by a mysterious foe.
Augie De Blieck gives Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski's "Sex" #3 4 stars, declaring that the Image Comics series "finds it groove with this issue."
It seems "Sex" doesn’t sell, at least through Apple. The new series by Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski debuted Wednesday in print and digital, but not via any Apple iOS apps. ROBOT 6 has the full story.
"Haunt" and "Gødland" writer Joe Casey spoke with CBR about his newest Image Comics series, the bluntly-titled "Sex" with artist Piotr Kowalski. The first issue goes on sale March 6.
Joe Casey talks "Sex," his upcoming Image Comics collaboration with Piotr Kowalski about "what happens when superheroes and supervillains stop fighting."
The Man of Action writer and frequent creator-owned envelope pusher brings two new titles to Image, and CBR has a first look at the art for Joe Casey's "Sex" and "The Bounce."
"Saw" director James Wan and Michael Alan Nelson discuss "Malignant Man," a four-issue miniseries debuting today from BOOM! Studios, in which a terminally ill man finds that things can get worse.