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Alex de Campi and R.M. Guera's "Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out" #1 is "deliciously bonkers" and "fun, pure and simple."
Writer Alex de Campi returns to the world of "Grindhouse" at Dark Horse with "Scalped" artist R.M. Guera for "Drive In, Bleed Out."
"Thor: God of Thunder" #25 by Jason Aaron, R.M. Guera, Simon Bisley & Esad Ribic is a fitting final issue for a spectacular series.
Marvel's preview of "Thor" #25 puts a cap on the current series, setting the table for the all-new, female god of thunder's debut in October.
Writer Jason Aaron is joined by artistic heavyweights Esad Ribic, Simon Bisley and RM Guera on Marvel's "Thor: God of Thunder" #25, on sale 9/17.
"Thor: God of Thunder" ends in October before the new "Thor" debuts, and CBR has the first look at variants by R.M. Guéra and Simon Bisley.
Jason Aaron and R.M. Guéra's acclaimed Vertigo series is reportedly in the works as a TV show at WGN America.
Rob Williams teams with "Scalped" artist RM Guera on "Judge Dredd: The Man Comes Around" and he tells CBR about the story and how the pairing happened.
This September, BOOM! Studios takes to the roads of Norther California with a comics version of FX TV series "Sons of Anarchy" by writer Christopher Golden.
"Django Unchained" film producer Reggie Hudlin talks about his role officially adapting Quentin Tarantino's screenplay to comic form for Vertigo, as well as the future of black heroes in Hollywood.
Vertigo has released a five page preview of Quentin Tarantino and R.M. Guera's first issue for the uncut adaptation of "Django Unchained." The comic book of Tarantino's original screenplay hits stores December 19.
"Scalped" writer Jason Aaron visited the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss "Thor: God of Thunder," more creator-owned books, his latest tattoos and his Hollywood plans.
DC has released Jim Lee's variant cover for Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" #1 and Massimo Carnavale's cover for issue #3. The series by Tarantino and R.M. Guera starts in December.
DC has announced "Scalped" artist R.M. Guera as the artist for the five-issue adaptation of Quentin Tarantino's original screenplay for "Django Unchained."
To mark the end of acclaimed crime saga "Scalped" we asked Brian K. Vaughan to discuss the series with creator Jason Aaron, tackling character growth and creative partnerships to future projects and bald Vertigo writers.
Andy Liegl gives "Scalped" #60 5 stars saying the final issue by Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera tells "an un-confusingly layered story and total dedication from its creators are not lost elements in the modern market place."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Scalped" #56 4.5 stars saying the book by Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera is "a true miracle arranged each and every month."
Jason Aaron spoke with CBR TV at NYCC about his and artist R.M. Guera's upcoming "Scalped" finale, his recent trip to a Spanish comic book festival, the similarities between comics and football fans and more.
With Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's "Scalped" halfway through its final year, Ryan K. Lindsay gives issue #53 4.5 stars, saying the creators are "bringing this violent crescendo to a majestic peak."
Jason Aaron knows exactly Where the Hell he is as the writer discusses his recent trip to Avilés to attend a one-of-a-kind comics festival, drink and eat with fans and chat with Alan Moore's wife, Melinda Gebbie.
Writer Jason Aaron and artist R.M. Guera's crime saga, "Scalped," comes to a conclusion with issue #60. To prepare for the finale, we had an in-depth conversation with Aaron about issues #1-50
Saturday at Wondercon, Jason Aaron discussed his Vertigo ongoing "Scalped," including which character is his mom's favorite, how long the series will last, a potential TV show and much more.