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Quentin Tarantino teams with Reginald Hudlin and Matt Wagner for a "Django/Zorro" miniseries, co-published by Dynamite and DC Entertainment.
Marvel E-C Axel Alonso, "Black Panther" writer Reginald Hudlin and inker Klaus Janson helped honor legendary "Kick-Ass" and "Spider-Man" artist John Romita, Jr. at Comic-Con as the artist revealed a desire to pencil a "Dr. Strange" series.
A star-studded panel of guests, including actors Wayne Brady and Orlando Jones, discussed comic books, breaking ground across different mediums and the importance of taking creative initiatives.
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!
Hip-hop producer-turned-director RZA will team up with Grant Morrison and producer Reginald Hudlin to adapt Morrison and Darick Robertson's Image Comics series "Happy" for the big screen.
During the annual Black Panel at Comic-Con International, entertainment luminaries discussed Dwayne McDuffie's legacy, encouraging aspiring creators to follow in his footsteps.
Reginald Hudlin and Denys Cowan take readers back to the early days of WWII with "Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers," a 4 issue Marvel Knights series which documents the title characters' first meeting.
Reginald Hudlin, Denys Cowan and Axel Alonso met with fans in San Francisco to talk about BET’s new animated series based on Marvel’s classic King of Wakanda and tease fans about the identity of the new female Black Panther.
There's a new Black Panther in town and on TV. Marvel Comics and BP writer Reggie Hudlin talked comics, previewed the upcoming Panther animated series and gifted fans with a New York Comic Con exclusive.
In our latest installment of THE OSBORN SUPREMACY, CBR News asks “Black Panther” writer Reginald Hudlin for some hints about what Norman Osborn's Dark Reign means for his title character and the nation of Wakanda.
This February, Marvel Comics launches the next volume of its “Black Panther” series with a new #1 issue and a mysterious new female title character. We spoke with writer Reginald Hudlin about what to expect.