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Dynamite has announced a new series based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' "Tarzan of the Apes." "Lord of the Jungle," written by Arvid Nelson with Alex Ross, Ryan Sook and more on covers, debuts for $1.00 in December.
Writer Paul Jenkins spoke with CBR News about his Deadman story for "DC Universe Presents," exploring the concept of existentialism in the DCU and his and artist Bernard Chang's take on Boston Brand.
DC Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at the covers and solicitation copy for "Wonder Woman " and "DC Universe Presents" #3.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents a preview of "Kirby Genesis" #1 by Kurt Busiek, Alex Ross and Jack Herbert. Jack Kirby's creations are re-imagined starting June 15, 2011.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR News with exclusive first looks at Darick Robertson's cover for "The Boys" #56 and Ryan Sook and Alex Ross' covers for "Kirby: Genesis" #2.
DC Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at two new comics hitting the stands tomorrow -- "Batman" #708 by David Hine & Guillem March and "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" #5 by Nick Spencer, Cafu & Ryan Sook.
DC Comics has released an advance preview of "DC Universe Online Legends" #1 by Tony Bedard, Marv Wolfman, Howard Porter and Adriana Melo. The series, with covers by Ed Benes and Ryan Sook, debuts February 2.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive first look at Mike Mignola and Ryan Sook's covers for the latest issues of "B.P.R.D." and "Witchfinder," scheduled to hit stores in March, 2011.
Dark Horse has released Ryan Sook sketches of a new character set to debut in "B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: Gods," on sale in January by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, and Guy Davis. Is she the Bureau's newest member?
The biweekly comic tie-in for Sony's "DC Universe Online" finds a creative team in writers Marv Wolfman and Tony Bedard spinning a story with Ed Benes covers and Howard Porter and Adriana Melo interiors.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gave DC Comics' "Return of Bruce Wayne" #5 a 4.5-star review calling Grant Morrison, Ryan Sook and Pere Pérez's issue "definitely worth the wait."
Courtesy of DC Comics comes a look at this week's penultimate issue of Grant Morrison's time traveling Batman epic featuring a noir Bruce Wayne soliving hard-boiled mysteries as drawn by Ryan Sook.
DC Comics has released a preview for "Green Lantern" #57, written by Geoff Johns with art and cover by Doug Mahnke and Christian Alamy with a variant by Ryan Sook. The Predator returns to the DCU Wednesday, September 9.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #2 by writer Ron Marz, artist Nelson Blake II and cover artist Ryan Sook. This issue hits stores Wednesday, September 1.
Acclaimed artist Ryan Sook sketches out an intricate image to cover a wave of "Brightest Day" titles featuring the biggest resurrected heroes and villains of the DC Universe and the avatars of the various lantern corps.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #2 by writer Ron Marz, artist Nelson Blake II and cover artist Ryan Sook. This issue hits stores Wednesday, June 16.
DC Comics has released a preview of next week's "Last Stand of New Krypton" #3 by the writing team of James Robinson and Sterling Gates and artist Pete Woods and a cover by Ryan Sook.
Acclaimed illustrator Ryan Sook took CBR News behind the scenes and shared his work process as the monthly cover artist for "Magdalena," the new Top Cow series from writer Ron Marz and artist Nelson Blake II.
Courtesy of Top Cow, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Magdalena" #1 by writer Ron Marz, artist Nelson Blake II and a cover by Ryan Sook. The issue hits stores Wednesday, April 28.
"Witchblade" scribe Ron Marz spoke with CBR News about "Magdalena," his newest ongoing series from Top Cow, which will be illustrated by Nelson Blake II with cover art from Ryan Sook.
Each week, comic pundits Timothy Callahan and Chad Nevett discuss the style and substance of DC's "Wednesday Comics." The conversation continues this week with an exploration of the best and the worst of issue #2.