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Jason Aaron on building Asgard, "Game of Thrones" style, and revealing Thor's identity sooner than later. Plus, the debut of Rob Guillory's "Thor Annual" cover!
A look at some of the big questions for 2015! Rob Guillory on the unexpected success of "Chew"! Dylan Horrocks discusses depression and creative frustrations!
John Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #45 is a strong issue that contains "one of the biggest shocks" in the series' history.
John Layman discusses the fate of several fan favorite "Chew" characters as he readies Tony for his biggest battle yet.
The Straight-Edge Superstar shifts from the squared circle to the world of comics, joining artist Rob Guillory for a tale about Marvel's young Thor.
John Layman & Rob Guillory "still deliver on jokes and characterization, while serving up an unprecedented level of non-comedic carnage" in "Chew" #44.
"Chew" creator John Layman stays hungry with his hit Image Comics series and discusses his return to Marvel to work on his favorite X-Men character.
John Layman & Rob Guillory's "Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo" one-shot is a "bold, ridiculous and refreshing" issue in the "Chew"-niverse.
No animals were hurt making of this comic, but Tony Chu will continue to struggle in John Layman & Rob Guillor's "Chew #42 from Image Comics.
John Layman explains how he convinced Tim Seeley and Mike Norton to invite Tony Chu to hang out with Dana Cypress and the undead in Wisconsin.
The Image Comics crossover brings FDA agent Tony Chu under the same murky Wisconsin sky as Officer Dana Cypress in "Chew/Revival" #1.
This week, Martin's "Amazing Spider-Man" soars, Latour's "Southern Bastards" attack and Matteo experiments with "Black Science."
The "Chew" co-creator talks the "pleasant surprise" of the "Chew" animated feature, and details his decision to leave "Batman Eternal."
John Layman & Rob Guillory's "Chew" #41, puts Tony Chu and Co. at the FDA convention in Las Vegas -- and this might not end well.
John Layman and Rob Guillory's Image Comics series "Chew" is in motion as an animated feature, with Steven Yeun and Felicia Day voicing lead roles.
Kazu Kibuishi, Klaus Janson, Rob Guillory & Erik Larsen talked about why realism has no place in comics, and why Alex Ross "bores the crap" out of Janson.
As "Family Recipes" comes to a close, John Layman talks Tony's depression, recovery and what's next for the detective. Psst! Poyo's coming back.
"Chew" #40 goes on sale Feb. 26 from Image Comics, and creators John Layman and Rob Guillory wrap up the latest arc, "Family Recipes."
John Layman & Rob Guillory's "Chew" will cross paths with Tim Seeley & Mike Norton's "Revival" the May for a smorgasbord of classic crossover madness.
Amelia has been writing again as "Family Recipes" enters its fourth chapter. Read a preview of "Chew" #39 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, on sale Jan. 22!
John Layman & Rob Guillory discuss the continued adventures of Cibopath Tony Chu, star of their hit Image Comics title "Chew."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Chew" #37 by John Layman and Rob Guillory. On October 9, it's take your daughter to dinner day. Eat up!
Image Comics has given CBR an exclusive preview of "Chew" #36 by John Layman & Rob Guillory. Fan-favorite character Toni Chu makes her mind-blowing return September 4.
John Layman and Rob Guillory's hit Image Comics title "Chew" is getting another shot at television following Showtime's decision to pass on developing the comic into a live-action series.
In their latest special cover for Comic-Con International, "Chew" creators John Layman and Rob Guillory send up Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill." CBR has the exclusive first look.
A who's who lineup of creator-owned comic artists including Rob Guillory, Emma Rios, Jenny Frisson and more join Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma in celebrating the launch of "Morning Glories" second season with #27.
Co-creators John Layman and Rob Guillory gathered in front of a packed house at C2E2 to talk about their hit Image comic, its roots, their favorite moments and where the series is headed next.
Jennifer Cheng gives "Chew" #33 by John Layman and Rob Guillory 4 stars, saying it's the creators' "excellent pacing and framing that make the silent ending panel stark and punchy."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Chew" #33 by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory. Tony Chu takes on a load of seamen April 17.
Depending upon your taste for TV blood and violence, the "Hannibal" trailer will either whet your appetite for the NBC thriller, or turn your stomach. But what is it about (fictional) cannibals that we find so intriguing?
Before the next major "Chew" arc, John Layman returns to describe how a funeral in his and Rob Guillory's series leads to spontaneous combustion and the return of some old foes before this week's issue #32.
John Layman unexpectedly announced late Friday evening that the Showtime adaptation of his creator owned series with Image Comics, "Chew," has been cancelled.
Jennifer Cheng gives "Chew" #31 4 stars, saying writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory's follow-up to the game-changing "Chew" #30 "has remarkable emotional depth without being depressing."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Chew" #31 by John Layman and Rob Guillory. Bite into the beginning of the second half of the series January 23.
"Chew" artist Rob Guillory promises the planned Showtime adaptation of the Image Comics series has "an awesome script" that, stylistically, is "about as close as you can get to something as weird as [the comic]."
Following purchases of Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, Disney eyes cost-cutting measures! Another look at the Shooter Era of Marvel! Lemire on the end of "Sweet Tooth"! The waning of rage comics! Rob Guillory on "Chew"! More!
Augie De Blieck Jr. gives "Chew" #30 by John Layman and Rob Guillory 4 stars, calling the series' halfway point "a pivotal issue in the series, with plenty of hints being dropped for what's to come in the future."
This week, readers of John Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" discover a shocking turn in the series' midway point issue #30, as Layman explains to CBR what the gruesome issue means for the book's future.
Rob Guillory, artist and co-creator of "Chew," stepped up to the ROBOT ROULETTE table to reveal the worst job he ever had, "He-Man" and "ThunderCats'" influence on his career and more.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of John Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #30. The critically acclaimed title hits its halfway point and wedding bells are in the air on November 28!