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"Ed, Edd n Eddy" writer Rachel Connor tells CBR about teaming with Tessa Stone for the BOOM! Studios' "Regular Show: Hydration" graphic novel.
Eileen unveils the ultimate coffee maker while Mordecai & Rigby's day goes from calm to crazy in KC Green & Allison Strejlau's "Regular show" #14.
A "Squarriers Convention Special" and Dustin Nguyen on "Batman Eternal" join a trio of selections from BOOM! Studios this week.
Storyboard artist and voice of Eileen, Minty Lewis, writes BOOM! Studios' "Regular Show" #13, drawn by artist Allison Strejlau.
The writers and artists involved in bringing "Regular Show 2014 Annual" to life discuss their stories and influences with CBR News.
Creator JG Quintel talks with SPINOFF about "Regular Show's" surprising longevity, and what alternative-comics artists bring to the series.
Will a haunted pair of sneakers come between Mordecai and Rigby? That's one question posed in our exclusive preview of "Regular Show Annual 2014!"
The writers and voice actors behind the hit Cartoon Network series "Regular Show" dish on behind-the-scenes hilarity and what's coming up next.
Mordecai and Rigby are facing big trouble in this exclusive preview of KaBOOM!'s "Regular Show" #5.
J.G. Quintel, creator of Cartoon Network's Emmy-winning "Regular Show," takes SPINOFF ONLINE behind the scenes of the animated comedy and teases what to expect from the fifth season.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of its latest hit series, "Regular Show" #2. The next issue, from the team of K.C. Green and Allison Strejlau, hits stores June 26.
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR presents an exclusive preview of kaboom!'s "Regular Show" #1 based on the hit Cartoon Network animated series. The first issue goes on sale May 15.
"Regular Show" creator JG Quntel spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his hit Cartoon Network series, his love for '80s technology and the 16-episode DVD, in stores today.
Following in the footsteps of "Adventure Time," BOOM! Studios' next Cartoon Network hit-turned-comic will be "Regular Show." CBR spoke with writer K.C. Green about his plans for Mordecai and Rigby in their new comic.