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Roger Langridge & Mark Evanier discuss IDW’s "Rocky and Bullwinkle," revealing why the moose and squirrel are all worked up and how "Dudley Do-Right" fits in.
J. Bone speaks to CBR about "The Saviors," his horrific new alien invasion ongoing series with writer James Robinson from Image Comics.
In the spirit of "Tiny Titans" and "Itty Bitty Hellboy," Dynamite will release "Li'l" one-shots versions of "Battlestar Galactica," "Red Sonja," "Vampirella" and more, with Art Baltazar and Franco leading the charge.
Fan favorite cartoonist Roger Langridge will see all of his BOOM! Studios Muppets comics work collected in hardcover form when Marvel Comics releases "The Muppets Omnibus."
Courtesy of BOOM!, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Roger Langridge's story from "Adventure Time Annual" #1. The fun will never end when this oversized issue comes out May 29.
With $7.99 cover price, "The Amazing Spider-Man" #700 sold more than 200,000 copies to direct market! Interviews with Warren Ellis, Roger Langridge, Jeremy Whitley and more! Plus a look at the manga magazine "IKKI's" new webcomics site!
Roger Langridge and J. Bone discuss their upcoming "Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror," staying true to creator Dave Stevens' vision, the 1991 film and the challenge in adding horror to the pulpy hero's world.
Greg McElhatton gives the final issue of Roger Langridge's Eisner Award-winning KaBOOM! title "Snarked" 4.5 stars, saying the series finale provides readers with "the right ending for this book."
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Popeye" #3 by Roger Langridge and Tom Neely. Popeye gets Wimpy in the ring July 4.
Archaia has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos' "Cow Boy," including a look at Colleen Coover and Roger Langridge's short stories from the OGN hitting stores today, May 30.
IDW Publishing Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about the state of the publisher, long-running and new licenses, creator-owned comics and creator rights, and much more.
Marvel, and Hawkeye, lend a hand! Jody LeHeup joins Valiant! Brian Michael Bendis interviews Greg Rucka! Roger Langridge talks about his decision not to work for Marvel or DC! Plus more!
Does the world need more Popeye comics? ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco says the latest rendition of the character by Roger Langridge and Bruce Ozella, published by IDW, offers a strong case for them.
Harvey Comics artist Sid Couchey passes away. Interviews with Brian K. Vaughan, Roger Langridge, Tonci Zonjic, and more! Plus, could Daniel Clowes be the greatest bald man in the Bay Area?
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at "Roger Langridge's Snarked!" #5 and "Planet of the Apes" #11, both hitting stores February 15!
CBR News spoke exclusively with acclaimed cartoonist Roger Langridge about writing the April-debuting "Popeye," IDW Publishing's new series starring Segar's most famous creation.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Roger Langridge's "Snarked" #4. The conclusion to the first arc hits stores January 11.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at Francis Manapul's "7 Warriors" #2, Roger Langridge's "Snarked" #3, and Trevor Hairsine's "Operation: Broken Wings, 1936" #2, all on sale Wednesday, December 14!
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea talks to "Snarked" creator Roger Langridge about the kids series, "John Carter: A Princes of Mars" and "The Show Must Go On," BOOM!'s collection of his shorter works.
Darwyn Cooke, Roger Langridge and "Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: Artist’s Edition" led the 2011 Harvey Awards, presented Saturday night in conjunction with Baltimore Comic-Con. ROBOT 6 has the full results.
CBR spoke with "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" writer and "Muppet Show" cartoonist Roger Langridge about "Snarked!," his new kid-friendly ongoing series from BOOM! Studios.
This September, Roger Langridge will adapt Edgar Rice Burroughs "John Carter: A Princess of Mars" in a 5-issue Marvel Comics miniseries with art by Filipe Andrade and covers by Skottie Young.
God of Thunder scribes Matt Fraction, Roger Langridge and Jonathan Hickman discussed their differing takes on Marvel Comics' Thor to HeroesCon attendees gathered to offer tribute to the Odinson.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Roger Langridge's Snarked!" The all-new series debuts in August with a special #0 issue.
Ryan Lindsay gives Marvel's FCBD offering, "Thor : The Mighty Avenger," 4.5 stars saying Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee's story "unleashes the delight inherent when imagination meets intellect."
Writer/editor Nate Cosby spoke exclusively with CBR about the 100-page "Jim Henson's The Storyteller" he is producing and editing for Archaia featuring work by Roger Langridge, Janet Lee, Marjorie Liu and more.
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie spoke with CBR News about the new kaboom! all-ages line of comics, which includes a new "Peanuts" OGN and an original series by "Muppet Show" cartoonist Roger Langridge.
Roger Langridge, the cartoonist behind BOOM! Studios' "The Muppet Show" and the writer of "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," returns with a new series titled "Snarked!" on the new KABOOM! kids imprint.
Chad Nevett reviewed the final issue of "Thor: Mighty Avenger," giving it four stars and saying "it ends on an emotional high note with Thor demonstrating his growth over the course of the series."
Benjamin Birdie gave Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee's "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" #6 a perfect 5 star review, urging readers to "buy and read...one of the genuinely sweetest comics that's ever been published."
Artist Chris Samnee spoke with ROBOT 6 about working with Roger Langridge on their acclaimed "Thor: The Mighty Avenger," "Area 10," his upcoming Avengers story and more.
Mark Waid moderated the BOOM Kids! Muppets panel with Eisner Award nominated cartoonist Roger Langridge who told the inside story of his path to the popular comic book.
CBR brings you an in-depth discussion with six of the artists appearing in IDW"s “ACT-I-VATE Primer." The artists describe the roles of print and web publishing, building a creative community, and their own stories in the Primer.