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Archie Comics co-CEO talked about the changing face of Archie, the expansion of the "Afterlife" universe, finally making superheroes work and more.
Editor Alex Segura describes the hunt for "The Fox," the noir of "Black Hood" and the mission of the all-new "Shield."
Archie Comics will relaunch its superhero line with the new Dark Circle banner under the watch of editor and senior VP of marketing Alex Segura.
With "freak magnet" superhero's final issue out this week, Dean Haspiel describes the cross dimensional madness of "The Fox" and confirms sequel plans.
The "Afterlife with Archie" writer and Archie co-CEO Jon Goldwater talk with CBR about Hollywood opportunities and challenging expectations.
The Fox takes on the King of Diamonds in Archie's latest Red Circle release, "The Fox" #4 by Dean Haspiel & Mark Waid, plus DeMatteis' Shield backup!
Dean Haspiel explains the inspiration for his take "The Fox," saying, "I have been trying to ape the feeling I got when I saw 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' for the first time."
Writer Mark Waid and artist Dean Haspiel discuss the upcoming series "The Fox" and how they plan to bring the character to the universe of Archie Comics' "The New Crusaders."
CBR News spoke exclusively with writer J.M. DeMatteis and artist Mike Cavallaro about modernizing Archie Comics' flagship superhero the Shield in back-up stories from the upcoming "The Fox" miniseries.
Archie Comics has released a preview of Mark Waid & Dean Haspiel's revival of the Red Circle Comics character, "The Fox" #1. The 1940s hero makes his modern day debut October 30.
The legendary artist of Superman, Shazam and more brings his talents to Red Circle as Jerry Ordway covers the incoming "New Crusaders: Legacy" trade representing new and classic stories of Archie's heroes.
Writer Mark Waid and artist Dean Haspiel will team-up to present the modern day adventures of Archie Comics' classic pulp-style superhero the Fox in a just announced Red Circle Comics series.
Following a surprise death this week, Red Circle's "New Crusaders" prepares for May's "Dark Tomorrow" with a more detailed art style, realistic themes and a new collection of remixed classic stories.
The New Crusaders go back to school after an early tragedy and they're looking to suffer some more superpowered mishaps to come in Mike Norton's cover for May's "Dark Tomorrow" #2.
The finale of the super team's first major story arc sees them face down prison riots, super villains and old school vigilantes in exclusive pages from Red Circle's "New Crusaders" #6 with a variant by Fiona Staples.
This spring, Red Circle's "New Crusaders" series sets down a new path with the "Dark Tomorrow" story, and Archie Comics shared exclusive variants from Ben Bates and Phil Jimenez.
Archie Comics NYCC panel was filled with discussion of current and future projects, including the eventual return of Katy Keene and the possibility of a digital re-release of "The Punisher Meets Archie."
As the young superhero team from Archie Comics' Red Circle line makes its way through their first mission, the publisher has tapped "Saga" artist Fiona Staples for a blazing new variant for December's "New Crusaders" #6.
Writer Ian Flynn opens up the past of the "New Crusaders" world as its spinoff series "Lost Crusade" explains the hidden years of the team, introduces new pieces of the world and ties up classic plot threads in a free first story.
Archie Comics has provided CBR a first look at Francesco Francavilla's variant cover to "New Crusaders" #5, the print edition of the superhero digital series reviving and revitalizing the classic Red Circle characters.
Members of the Red Circle Comics "brain trust" spoke at Comic-Con International about bringing "New Crusaders" to print, filling in the heroes' history and why reboots are disrespectful to fans.
Longtime superhero and action comics writer Chuck Dixon is crossing into Archie's Red Circle world as part of "The Lost Crusade," a new series of shorts detailing the hidden years of Crusaders like the Comet.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the variant covers for "New Crusaders" #1, debuting at Comic-Con International in San Diego and bringing the digital series to print for the first time.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at the second chapter of its digital-first "New Crusaders" series as well as the debut of ChrisCross' variant cover for issue #2's print edition!
Doug Zawisza gives "New Crusaders" #1 4 stars calling the Red Circle digital relaunch issue by Ian Flynn and Ben Bates "a well-assembled fine offering" from Archie Publishing.
Archie Editorial Director Paul Kaminski describes the publisher's plans for print with the digital series "New Crusaders" while dropping hints of the future of Steel Sterling, the Web and the Jaguar.
In the first of a two-part talk, Archie Comics recently promoted Executive Director of Editorial Paul Kaminski opens up the first issue of digital comic "New Crusaders" to show the lives of Red Circle heroes from the Comet to Fly-Girl.
In the first of a series on Archie's digital-first "New Crusaders," we explore the origins, powers and outlook of the original patriotic hero The Shield, reborn under the guidance of writer Ian Flynn and the Red Circle brain trust.
iVerse CEO Michael Murphey spoke with CBR about plans to expand digital comic readership beyond traditional comics fans, Archie's upcoming weekly digital-only series, "Pocket Gods'" ongoing success and more.
As the Red Circle superheroes return in an all-new digital format, CBR spoke with Archie Comics' "New Crusaders" brain trust and writer Ian Flynn about the launch, the stories and the future of all-ages superheroes.
Just in time for NYCC, Archie Comics has announced plans for their "Red Circle" superheroes to return as a digital-only comics subscription service featuring a "New Crusaders" serial and full access to their archives.
The writers behind DC Comics' new Mighty Crusaders comics, Eric. S. Trautmann, Brandon Jerwa, Matt Sturges and John Rozum, spoke with CBR about thee next chapter in the DCU history of the classic Archie heroes.
Brandon Jerwa and Michael Avon Oeming land on the same page to create a kung-fu kicking, Alex Toth-inspired version of the classic Red Circle vigilante the Fox in the co-feature pages of DC Comics' "The Shield" series.
Writer Marc Guggenheim steps into DC's "The Web" to recreate the famed Red Circle vigilante The Black Hood. Meanwhile, he's also introducing President Clinton into the cast of his Oni sci-fi series "Resurrection."
Dan Didio spoke with CBR about the many changes in store for DC Comics' back-up stories, from which serials will end (with a drop to $2.99 pricing), to which books will pick up new stories, to how they will be collected and more.
Matthew Sturges can't wait to start writing Earth's jerkiest hero, The Web, a character that mixes equal parts Han Solo and Tony Stark with a bit of Bruce Wayne for good measure - what's not to love?
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in September 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Red Circle," "Wednesday Comics," "Final Crisis Aftermath" and much more.
Fan favorite creator J. Michael Straczynski dishes on his miniseries “Red Circle,”and shares a lineup of superheroes you'll see in his forthcoming run on “The Brave and The Bold” too. Did he say, Brother Power, the Geek?