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Wagner explains how working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts to adapt Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up" got worse before it got better.
Wagner recalls the ups and downs of working over Harvey Kurtzman's layouts for a comic adaptation of Ray Bradbury's "It Burns Me Up."
Editor Carlos Guzman discusses IDW's plans for turning "Shadow Show," the Ray Bradbury tribute anthology, into a comic by Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Harlan Ellison & more.
Originally intended to promote IDW's upcoming "Shadow Show" anthology, the Comic-Con panel instead became a tribute to the book's inspiration, the late Ray Bradbury.
This week, ur artists pay tribute to the legendary Ray Bradbury this week with mash-ups of comic book characters with famous science fiction stories, including a pair of Bradbury classics!
This week, did Marvel Comics really have a ban on the words "hell" and "damn" during the 1990s? Plus, was the classic EC Comics story "Judgment Day" based on a story by the late Ray Bradbury?
While cleaning his office at Golden Apple Comics, general manager Ryan Liebowitz uncovered a sketch given to him when he was 10 years old by Ray Bradbury. Ryan shared the sketch and story behind it with ROBOT 6.
In this classic installment of Comic Book Legends revealed, learn the clever way the late Ray Bradbury handled EC Comics publishing unlicensed adaptations of his stories during the 1950s.
Ray Bradbury, award-winning author, screenwriter and science fiction legend, passed away Tuesday night at the age of 91 after a lengthy illness.
After a recent rereading of Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451," Tim ponders what it all means in this fast-paced world of the 21st century, and why it conjures up thoughts on "Scalped" and "Deadpool MAX."
After 40 years of fanboy celebration, Comic-Con International compiles some of its biggest names and best memories into a coffee table book. We spoke with CCI's David Glanzer about the project.
Legendary Science Fiction author and playwright Ray Bradbury entertained the crowd at Sunday’s West Hollywood Book Fair, discussing works like "Fahrenheit 451," the EC Comics adaptations of his work and more.