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Rob Williams and Simon Fraser continue their run on "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor" with a trip to the Bayou to confront a devilish dealmaker.
"Judge Dredd: Trifecta" writers Al Ewing & Rob Williams tell CBR about bringing Matt Smith back for Titan's ongoing "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor."
Al Ewing, Rob Williams, Marc Ellerby & Simon Fraser "nail the tone and spirit" of "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor" #1 for Titan Comics.
Rob Williams talks about his new Infinite Comic, which finds the mad titan's son Thane learning about his father's battle with Ego the Living Planet.
Rob Williams discusses bringing super-powers to Buckingham Palace in Vertigo's "The Royals" and giving them to all but one in Titan's "Ordinary."
Titan has announced two new "Doctor Who" ongoings for July starring David Tennant's Tenth Doctor and Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor, respectively.
Rob Williams & Simon Coleby's superpowered comic "The Royals: Masters of War" #1 is "a fresh, unexpected tale filled with familiar notions."
Marvel's UK-based mini-event rolls on, and CBR has an exclusive preview of Rob Williams and Brent Anderson's "Revolutionary War: Supersoldiers!"
CBR has an exclusive first look at "Revolutionary War: Knights Of Pendragon," part of the publisher's UK-centric January mini-event.
"2000 A.D." creators Rob Williams & Simon Coleby make their Vertigo debut with "The Royals," a superpowered monarchy set against the backdrop of World War II.
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.
Fan-favorite "2000 AD" artist D'Israeli discusses his and co-creator Rob Williams' upcoming "Judge Dredd Megazine" series "Ordinary," the origin of his unique penname, his eclectic artistic influences and more.
Writer Rob Williams spoke with CBR News on his revival of classic '40s pulp title "Miss Fury" for Dynamite Entertainment, describing it as "Homeland" meets "Back to the Future" with time traveling undercover super Nazis.
Rob Williams discusses "Judge Dredd: Closet," his upcoming"2000 AD" tale that takes a satirical look at serious issues facing teens today by sending future cop Dredd into the gay club life of Mega-City One.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Rob Williams' "Miss Fury" series, featuring the pulp heroine illustrated by Jack Herbert and featuring covrs by Alex Ross, J. Scott Campbell and more.
In the second half of our two-part interview, Si Spurrier, Rob Williams and Al Ewing discuss their surprise "2000 AD" crossover epic "Trifecta," its alcohol-induced origins and where their characters go next.
Si Spurrier ("Simping Detective"), Rob Williams ("Low Life") and Al Ewing ("Judge Dredd") talk Judge Dredd, "Dredd," and expanding the world of Mega-City One in part 1 of a 2-part interview.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman Incorporated" #4 4 stars, saying the issue by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham has "a fun nature to it that will keep you eagerly reading from one month to the next."
Writer Rob Williams spoke to CBR News about the inspiration for his new "2000 AD" serial, a sequel to "The Grievous Journey of Ichabod Azrael" with artists Dom Reardon, plus exclusive art.
This week's "Daken: Dark Wolverine" #20 sets up the series finale, and Wolverine's psychopathic son isn't going gentle into that good night. CBR spoke with writer Rob Williams about the book.
In "Venom: Circle of Four," the title character and three heroes must stop the forces of Hell from taking over Earth. Co-writer Rick Remender discussed the storyline and shared exclusive art from the series with CBR.
"Daken: Dark Wolverine" writer Rob Williams joins X-POSITION to answer question about anti-heroes, crossover collaborations and flaming body parts. All this, plus exclusive art from "Daken" #20!
CBR News spoke with "Venom" writer Rick Remender about his upcoming plans including a special multi-part storyline beginning in #13 which teams Flash Thompson with several Marvel heroes.
Marvel Comics today revealed to CBR News that the Rob Williams-penned "Daken: Dark Wolverine" series will be coming to a conclusion, though the specific end date is as yet unknown.
Writer Rob Williams continues his work on Dynamite's "Robocop" with a follow-up to his original series that takes the future of law enforcement on the road and on a trip - in more than one way.
Halloween is a time to talk about ghosts, ghouls and demons. With the help of "Ghost Rider" writer Rob Williams, CBR speaks with Johnny Blaze, the former Ghost Rider who's battled them all.
Rick Remender, Jeff Parker and Rob Williams team up for an all-new Marvel Comics crossover focusing on "Venom" with a new twist on the "New Fantastic Four" including Red Hulk, X-23 and Ghost Rider heading to Vegas for trouble.
The writer behind "Daken: Dark Wolverine," Rob Williams spoke with X-Position about soccer and pop stars while still managing to answer a few questions about the son of Wolverine. All this, plus exclusive art!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force" #3 by Rob Williams and Simone Bianchi. The conclusion arrives September 21, 2011.
In Marvel Comics' "Ghost Rider" #1, Rob Williams and Matthew Clark introduce readers to a female Spirit of Vengeance. We spoke with Williams about the new character and his plans for the book.
The writer of Wolverine's kid joins us to answer questions about Daken's foray to Los Angeles, "Fear Itself" tie-ins and the softer side of Ghost Rider. Plus exclusive art!
Doug Zawisza gives 4.5 stars to Rob Williams and Matthew Clark's "Ghost Rider" #0.1, calling the book "exactly what the 'Point One' initiative from Marvel should be... makes me want more. Now."
Marvel has released an early look at "Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force" #1 featuring the black-ops mutant team facing off with acolytes of the God of Fear. The series, by Rob Williams and Simone Bianchi, hits on July 6.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Rob Williams and Matthew Clark's special Point One" issue for "Ghost Rider." Featuring a cover by Arturo Lozzi, the series rips into stores on June 8.
This July, "Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force" features an anti-superhuman terrorist group out for super heroic blood and only the titular team can stop them. We spoke with writer Rob Williams about the miniseries.
Rob Williams spoke with us about taking on "Daken: Dark Wolverine," moving the character to Los Angeles and how his work on 2000AD's "Low Life" helped prepare him to take on Marvel's most conniving character.
During today's "Next Big Thing" press conference, Marvel's new "Ghost Rider" creative team of Rob Williams and Matthew Clark opened up on what fans can expect form the Spirit of Vengeance's new series.
Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive look at Rob Williams and Matthew Clark's "Ghost Rider" #.1. The issue, featuring a cover by Arturo Lozzi, hits stores June 8.
Writer Rob Williams and editor Tom Brennan team up to explain the ins and outs of the upcoming Iron Man epic "The Iron Age" in Marvel's latest "Next Big Thing" call, revealing the full creative teams and more.