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In her latest column, Kelly Thompson examines the nine different ways that a movie starring a superheroine could be made. Just in case anyone in Hollywood was considering the idea...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman, writers Tom Waltz & Erik Burnham and Editor Bobby Curnow touch on all things TMNT, the fallout of "City Fall" and more.
Writer Brian Lynch discusses "TMNT Villains Micro-Series #4: Alopex," touching on the origin of the character, her unwavering allegiance to the Shredder and how the issue ties in with the current "City Fall" storyline.
This week, we get inside the mind of Madder Red (quite literally), Tony Stark faces the Merc in the mirror, Princess Alder makes an appearance, a cell phone shatters and Glory walks off into the - well, not a sunset.
Kelly Thompson gives "Glory" #34 4.5 stars, calling the series' final issue by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell "one of the boldest, bravest and most wonderfully bizarre superhero books."
This week's Cover of the Week finds Li’l Ultron triumphant, the fairest wolf of them all, Glory’s big -- really big -- battle, the worst road trip ever, and -- panels?
Writer Joe Keatinge discusses his second arc on the creator-owned "Hell Yeah," the end of his run on Image Comics' "Glory," his first Marvel work and the importance of kicking ass.
Robot 6 wraps its fourth-anniversary celebration asking creators ranging from Colleen Coover and Mike Carey to Jimmy Palmiotti and Ross Campbell about their favorite comics of 2012 and what they're most excited about for 2013.
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.
ROBOT 6's Michael May takes a look at the relaunched "Glory" comic by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell, noting that in each issue, "Keatinge has introduced some twist or development that immediately made me crave the next issue."
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #5 and Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's "Glory" #28!
This week, Lobster Johnson goes up in flames, The Tinker weathers a storm, Gov. Alvarado reveals a secret, "Saga" lends a hand and Glory paints the Red Planet pink.
Doug Zawisza gives "Glory" #24 4 stars, saying the second issue of the relaunch by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell has "absolutely no lag or drag hopping onboard right here."
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.
Kelly Thompson gives "Glory" #23 4 stars calling Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's relaunch of the Extreme Studios title "some of the most innovative and ballsy work comics has seen for a long time."
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.
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.
The creator of "Shadoweyes" and "Wet Moon" provides ROBOT 6 with the entire second issue of his self-published "Mountain Girl" minicomics series, the first time it has appeared online in its entirety.
Image Comics creators Robert Kirkman, Rob Liefeld, Jim McCann, Joe Keatinge, Tim Seeley and more discuss the joys of owning your creations and new projects, with a special video message from Ed Brubaker.
CBR News spoke with studio mates Tim Seeley, Mike Norton, Sean Dove and Josh Emmons about their newly launched foray into digital comics, the self-published, 99 cents, all-ages friendly "DoubleFeature"
In the wake of her buzzed about interview with the cartoonist, CSBG's Kelly Thompson nabs an exclusive preview of Ross Campbell's July-shipping teenage sci-fi superhero graphic novel from SLG Publishing.
Comics Should Be Good's Kelly Thompson continues her extensive interview with "Wet Moon" creator Ross Campbell, who discusses his new SLG Publishing release, "Shadoweyes."
After creating “Water Baby” for Minx and contributing to Vertigo’s “House of Mystery,” Ross Campbell returns to Oni Press and his acclaimed series “Wet Moon" with this month's "Drowned in Evil."