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Inspired by the upcoming "Age of Ultron," Tim pauses to celebrate the life and times of the villainous robot and his first unforgettable appearance in the pages of Roy Thomas and John Buscema's "Avengers."
Comic book writers often use their characters to comment on the work of their peers. CSBG collects these "meta-messages," including Jack Kirby's thinly veiled satire of Stan Lee and Roy Thomas in "Fourth World."
In the first of a two-part interview, Todd McFarlane discusses his career from "Infinity Inc." through "Spider-Man,"the debt he owes Roy Thomas and his history with Stan Lee. Plus, an exclusive look at "The Art of Todd McFarlane!"
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, CBR presents advance previews of "Conan: Road of Kings" #12 and "Mass Effect: Invasion" #4. Both titles go on sale January 18, 2012.
Longtime Marvel writer and editor Danny Fingeroth spoke with CBR News about "The Stan Lee Universe," his and Roy Thomas' new book which takes reader behind the scenes of the life of Stan Lee.
"Star Wars" and "X-Men" each possess a seemingly exponential fan base, and this week George looks back at a man who once steered both ships in comic form, writer Roy Thomas.
CBR examines depositions from the Jack Kirby/Marvel Comics copyright lawsuit to figure out what they reveal about the strategies of both parties and the state of the Kirby family's claim.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Conan: The Road of Kings" #1 by longtime Conan scribe Roy Thomas with art by Mike Hawthorne. The series launches December 15.
Classic Conan writer Roy Thomas returns to the muscular hero for a 12-issue series beginning in December from Dark Horse. We spoke with Thomas about "Conan: Road of Kings."
John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas, Rick Buckler and Joe Sinnott, survivors of the legendary Marvel bullpen, met at The National convention in New York last weekend to share memories and Stan Lee stories.
Legendary writer Roy Thomas is teaming with young gun talent Mario Gully on Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" for Marvel Illustrated. CBR News has a first look at some of Gully's pages.