5 Deadpool Friends & Frenemies We Gotta See in the Sequel
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Doc has to hide the DeLorean and a new time machine from his kids and Marty in IDW's "Back to the Future" #4 with stories by screenwriter Bob Gale.
Chip Zdarsky, Skottie Young and Ryan Browne discussed life, storytelling technique and their very funny books.
Ryan Browne's "God Hates Astronauts" #1 is a strong debut issue, and "absolutely crazy in the best ways possible."
Ryan Browne debuts "God Hates Astronauts" #1 at Image Comics, in which a group of Astro-Farmers travel to space but don't receive a warm welcome.
With "God Hates Astronauts" set to blast off as an ongoing series, creator Ryan Browne discusses his influences, plans and branded beer.
Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Browne take a dog into space for "The Manhattan Projects" #21, "a great tale full of heart, danger, action and hope."
Marvel's "Original Sins" anthology continues with tales of Inhuman king Black Bolt, the latest Young Avengers story and Dan Slott on... J. Jonah Jameson?
Ryan Browne's discusses bringing "God Hates Astronauts" to Image Comics for its first softcover edition, his reasons for leaving the realm of self-publishing and what the future holds for Star Fighter and his team.
The star of Nick Spencer's serial killer procedural "Bedlam" keeps his Madder Red mask hidden in a second arc by new artist Ryan Browne, and the writer shares his plans for more murder, less mystery. Plus, exclusive art.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Mike Costa and Jon Armstrong's "Smoke and Mirrors" #3. The magic continues Wednesday, May 23.
Costa spoke with CBR about the world of "Smoke and Mirrors," where magic has replaced science as the force behind technology, and how a sleight-of-hand artist threatens to upset the balance.
Tim recounts his experiences at Baltimore Comic-Con last weekend, where he met friends both new and old and learned a lot about waffles, cowboys, and astronauts.
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"