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In the latest retcon spotlight, CSBG looks at how Rob Liefeld's depature from Image Comics in the mid 1990s led to a major retcon in who killed the lead character of Todd McFarlane's Spawn.
Augie looks at Warren Ellis' recently-collected "Secret Avengers" run and loves the mix of stories and artists. Plus, digital "Previews," lettering in "Saga," a Rob Liefeld TMNT/Deadpool mashup and lots more!
Rob Liefeld talks to CBR News about returning to his Extreme Studios titles "Bloodstrike" and "Youngblood," his "Icons" screenplay about the Image founders and more. Plus exclusive art!
Rob Liefeld in the spotlight for Extreme Studios revival! U.K. critic Les Coleman passes away. Rick Remender delves into "Uncanny Avengers" plans! Ape's David Hedgecock on return of "Poison Elves"! Plus much more!
Not unlike like Linus in "A Charlie Brown Christmas," Brett steps into the spotlight this week to explain to us all what X-Force is really all about.
Rob Liefeld has optioned his 1996 Maximum one-shot "Avengelyne/Glory: Godyssey" to producers looking to turn the story about a battle of the gods into a film. SPINOFF has the details.
Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld has posted screenshots and artwork that confirm the appearance of Cable and Death in Activision and High Moon Studios' "Deadpool" video game.
Writer John McLaughlin spoke with CBR News about penning the 75th issue of "Youngblood" for Image Comics and the conflict between new and old Shaft, plus, an exclusive preview of the landmark issue!.
Augie covers the cost of comics, the dreaded Comics Collector's Lull and how to get out of it. Plus, a random assortment of comics thoughts and links covering "My Little Pony," Rob Liefeld's "New Mutants" and more.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive, six-page preview of the September 19th releasing "Youngblood" #74, by McLaughlin, Malin & Liefeld.
Rob Liefeld has announced his abrupt departure from DC Comics' "Deathstroke," "Hawkman" and "Grifter" morning with a flurry of tweets criticizing his editors and the overall handling of the New 52.
Marat Mychaels discusses the return of "Blindside," explaining what to expect from the new series, how he plans to get it into fans' hands and sharing an exclusive look at J. Scott Campbell's variant cover.
Adi Shankar, whose production company has co-financed such films as "The Grey," "Killing Them Softly" and "Dredd 3D," has picked up the rights to Rob Liefeld’s "Bloodstrike."
Writer/artist Rob Liefeld discusses the attraction in bringing WildStorm characters into the DCU, creating Hawkman's new Thanagar, revealing Deathstroke's new past and his next Image project.
The Image Comics founders united for a panel at Comic-Con International to look at the creator-owned publishing company's impact on the industry and where they're headed in the future.
CBR reports from the DC Entertainment - All Access: DC NOW! Panel where Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and other DC talent speak about their books and the #0 issues.
Brandon Graham discusses his re-envisioning of Rob Liefeld's "Prophet" into a sci-fi epic in a far flung future, bringing his unique vision and an all-star indie comics artist lineup to the acclaimed title.
In another installment of BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim explores the final pre-Alan Moore issue of "Supreme" and finds a lot more plot, but just as many rippled muscles, as he bargained for.
Creator Rob Liefeld explains why he couldn't stay away from his original Image creation as he teams with "Black Swan" writer John McLaughlin and artist Jon Malin for a twisted team in "Youngblood" #71.
As Augie reminds himself of why he doesn't venture out into comic book message boards anymore, he ponders the idea of applying modern coloring techniques to older comics.
John McLaughlin, screenwriter of "Black Swan" and the upcoming "Parker" starring Jason Statham, spoke to CBR about entering the world of comics with Rob Liefeld's Extreme relaunch.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Bloodstrike" #26 by Tim Seeley and Franchesco Gaston. Extreme's zombie black-ops adventures return March 28!
The rebirth of the Extreme Universe continues as Image Comics provides CBR with an exclusive preview of Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's "Glory" #24, on sale March 14.
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners—sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman—discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman speaks with CBR about the launch of his new title "Thief of Thieves," Image Expo, "The Walking Dead," and the future of "The Infinite."
DC Comics has announced the writers and artists joining "Deathstroke" writer/artist Rob Liefeld on "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" with a glimpse at Liefeld's new cover art.
Image Comics PR guru turned writer Joe Keatinge discusses taking over "Glory" and creating his own superhero universe in "Hell Yeah" with exclusive art from "Hell Yeah" artist Andre Szymanowicz.
Rob Liefeld, artist of Image's "The Infinite," stated over the weekend that the series is "over," citing creative differences with writer/co-creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint.
Rob Liefeld spoke with CBR News about the cancellation of "Hawk and Dove" and taking over creative control of "Deathstroke," "Savage Hawkman" and "Grifter."
Greg McElhatton gives Brandon Graham and Simon Roy's "Prophet" #21 4 stars, calling the first issue of the relaunched Extreme Studios title "the perfect jumping on point."
ROBOT 6 contributor J. Caleb Mozzocco delves into Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's new vision of Glory, the bad-girl clone of Wonder Woman created in the early '90s by Rob Liefeld.
Following the cancellation of "Hawk and Dove," DC Comics announced Rob Liefeld will begin writing and illustrating "Deathstroke" and plotting "Grifter" and "The Savage Hawkman" in May.
DC Entertainment Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras talks moving forward with the six new titles in the "Second Wave" of the New 52 and the six cancelled books from the initial launch.
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
"Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley handles Rob Liefeld's undead zombie soldiers for the Extreme Studios relaunch at Image in January. CBR spoke with Seeley and got an exclusive preview of the book.
Augie has an idea that would keep comic prices down, promote regular creative teams and save publishing companies money. Also, a look back at Rob Liefeld's first issues of "New Mutants."
Tis the season, so Augie's looking back at "The Last Christmas" and some Santa Claus trading cards. Also this week, one company stops short of innovating digital comics while one creator takes a stance against digital.