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Isaiah Mustafa talking "Luke Cage" film with Marvel? New "Green Lantern" pics of Tomar-Re! "Rex Mundi" finds new writers! Also, a "Spider-Man" musical actor returns from a 35 ft fall and more.
Arvid Nelson's "Zero Killer" reaches its breakneck conclusion with issue #6, courtesy of Dark Horse. CBR News spoke with the writer about the past, present and possible future of the devastated world in his miniseries.
Four fascinating men -- Edward Nygma, Daken, Wade Wilson and Amadeus Cho -- show up in a major way while Green Lanterns look confused, Scott Summers revisits some old favorites and indy favorite "Rex Mundi" calls it quits.
Staffers from Dark Horse met with fans in Seattle to run down an enormous list of new projects and announcements concerning Rex Mundi, Hellboy, B.P.R.D., Usagi Yojimbo, Star Wars, Buffy and much, much more.
We continue our five-part CBR TV series with Gerard Way by asking the "Umbrella Academy" writer about his top secret superhero project for one of the Big Two, and discuss his return to the drafting table with "Rex Mundi" #16.
Dark Horse releases “Rex Mundi” #15 this week, catapulting Dr. Sauniere, Genevieve, Isabelle, and the Duke of Lorraine toward their final fates. Arvid Nelson tells us what's next and updated the movie.
With the concluding storyline set to begin in October, writer Arvid Nelson talks to CBR about the role of his own religious beliefs in "Rex Mundi," his acclaimed Dark Horse series about murder, conspiracy and the quest for the Holy Grail.
Inquisitor Brother Matthew returns in "Hill of Martyrs," a new murder mystery beginning in this week's "Rex Mundi" #13 from Dark Horse. The story continues online, starting with three exclusive pages right here at CBR. - UPDATED!
Coinciding with the final volume of "Rex Mundi," series creator Arvid Nelson and artist Brian Churilla present "Hill of Martyrs," a web comic tie-in beginning in August with the first installment exclusively on CBR.
“Rex Mundi,” writer Arvid Nelson tells CBR why he hates it when people compare his Dark Horse series to "The DaVinci Code," the book's final chapter, the Johnny Depp film as well as future projects.