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Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples continue their smash hit series from Image Comics, and CBR has a preview of "Saga" #17, on sale 12/18.
Angoulême International Comics Festival has announced its 35 official selections for the 2014 convention, including "Hawkeye, "Saga" "My Friend Dahmer" and more.
The Eisner Award-winning "Saga" continues from Image Comics, brought to you as always by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
Eric Stephenson welcomed a range of Image creators to the Thought Bubble stage to talk about the company and their creator-owned work.
An impromptu conversation with a comic book store employee leads Blake Northcott to wonder why Image Comics titles are striking a chord with female readers.
This week, Finn gets spooky, Marco and Alana get romantic, The Shadow gets surreal and Dream gets -- well, two spots.
Still in rare form, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples present a "strong issue full of good character work" with "Saga" #15.
Sean Phillips and "Saga" 2013 British Fantasy Awards winners! Italy's Lucca Fest attracts record-breaking 300,000 people! Spotlight on CBLDF!
Image Comics' "Saga" #15 starts to bring numerous story threads together in the latest issue by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples. The book goes on sale October 30!
Image Comics' solicitations for January 2014 include favorites like "The Walking Dead," "Saga" and new titles including "Deadly Class," "Minimum Wage," "Egos" and more!
Writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples continue their Image Comics series with "Saga" #14, an issue that helps to illustrate why it "has rapidly become a comic for the ages."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Saga" #15 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples. Gwendolyn and Slave Girl think ponder the future September 25!
The award-winning artist of "Saga," Fiona Staples, spoke with CBR about her process, thoughts on comic book coloring and her reaction to the comiXology hiccup while sharing an exclusive preview of issue #14
Image Comics has provided CBR with its December 2013 solicitations featuring images and info for "The Walking Dead," "Saga," "The Saviors," "Dead Body Road," "Krampus!" and more!
This past weekend at LoneStarCon 3, Image Comics' "Saga" by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples won the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story in the annual awards presented by the World Science Fiction Society.
This week, sees a game of 52-card pickup, a staring contest, fashion crimes of future past, a tale of the golem, and an optic blast.
Kelly Thompson gives writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples' "Saga" #13 4.5 stars, calling the series "easily one of the best ongoing comics around."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Saga" #13 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples. The search for cult romance novelist D. Oswald Heist begins August 14!
It's "The Walking Dead," "Saga" and lots and lots of manga on July bookstore chart! Inclusion of pro cosplayer stirs debate ahead of Salt Lake Comic Con! "Attack on Titan" spawns another series!
How digital transformed from perceived threat to "catalyst"! Brian K. Vaughan on "Saga," "The Private Eye" and "Under the Dome"! Len Wein talks Wolverine, and not receiving movie credit! Plus much more!
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson tells CBR about the publisher's unique fanbase, their new DRM-free digital strategu and the growing roster of best selling creators going creator-owned.
PW's annual survey finds retailers are upbeat about 2013 sales! A breakdown of female Eisner nominees! The Kids Comics Awards! What's the deal with those DC and Marvel theme-park rights? Plus much more!
Brian K. Vaughan discusses the first year of "Saga," independent digital publishing with "The Private Eye" and returning to television with "Under the Dome" while offering advice to the "Y the Last Man" filmmakers.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an early look at its September solicitations featuring images and info for "Sex Criminals," "Zero," "Fatale," "Saga," "The Walking Dead" and more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with an early look at its August solicitations featuring images and info for JMS's "The Sidekick," "Walking Dead," "Fatale," "Saga" and more!
As part of their run of "Betty & Veronica" fairy tale stories, Archie Comics has tapped "Saga" artist Fiona Staples for a "Little Mermaid" inspired variant, and CBR has an exclusive first look.
With Terry Moore's "Rachel Rising" being adapted into a TV show, Kelly Thompson shares five more recent comics she thinks would work really well as TV shows. See if your faves were included!
After a complicated series of events and statements led to the delayed comiXology iOS release of "Saga" #12, Publisher Eric Stephenson discusses the confusion, Image Comics' digital strategy, 2013 plans and more.
Augie looks at the week in "Saga" news to see where the competition was, how digital comics work and who made sense of it all. And then, remember "Mayhem"? Or WizardWorld NJ?
Jennifer Cheng gives "Saga" #12 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples 4 stars, calling the issue "an enjoyable read, written and drawn with Vaughn and Staples' usual level of craft."
This week, we get to know our Viper, Prince Robot IV has a very bad day, Magik has a very big sword, Kate Bishop hearts Hawkeye and Bat-cow jumps over the moon.
Previously unavailable through comiXology on iOS, Image Comics' "Sex" #1, "Black Kiss II" and "XXXombies" are now all available through comiXology on iOS devices following the controversy surrounding "Saga" #12.
Chris Ware's "Building Stories" wins Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year! Mark Waid and CBLDF on "Saga" #12! WonderCon's "gay geek scene"! Interviews with Jim Rugg and Allen Bellman! Plus more!
Brett White tackles the latest in a long line of controversies, this time surrounding the furor over the the belief Apple rejected an issue of "Saga."
CEO David Steinberger has clarified that Apple did not reject "Saga" #12, stating that comiXology mistakenly believed the issue would not meet Apple's policies for acceptable content.
"The New Yorker" cartoonist Ed Fisher passes away. Israel sentences Palestinian cartoonist! "Saga" artist Fiona Staples comments on Apple rejection! A look back at Donald Duck cartoonist Al Taliaferro! Plus more!
Due to what the writer calls "two postage stamp-sized images of gay sex," Apple has refused to release Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples "Saga" #12 via comiXology's iOS app.
This week, Kate Kane is on fire, B.P.R.D. braces for a cold day in hell, the Devourer of Worlds is feeling a little puckish, Marko's father has a way with flowers and private eyes (clap-clap) are watching you.
Kelly Thompson gives "Saga" #11 5 stars, calling the issue by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples "a perfect blend of humor and drama that will make readers gasp alternatively in horror and hilarity at every turn."
The creators behind the critically acclaimed "Doctor Strange: The Oath" re-team on a new creator-owned series as "Saga's" Brian K. Vaughan and "Daredevil's" Marcos Martin tease their future.