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CBR has an exclusive preview of "The Max: Maxximized" #13, IDW's latest remastered issue of writer/artist Sam Kieth's classic series.
Sam Kieth contributes the first new "The Maxx" story in 20 years to IDW's "Hero Comics 2014," featuring an all-star line-up of creators.
Chris Ryall & Sam Kieth's "Mars Attacks: First Born" #4 comes to a close as the Martians finally pinpoint where their lost baby is on Earth.
The little Martian is exposed to its species' violent tendencies and must not succumb to them in Chris Ryall & Sam Kieth's "Mars Attacks: First Born."
Maxx and Dale Keown's Pitt continue their adventure together in the Outback in IDW's "The Maxx: Maxximized" #8 by Sam Kieth and William Messner-Loebs.
"The Hollows" duo Chris Ryall & "Maxx" creator Sam Kieth discuss "Mars Attacks: First Born," their self-professed "love letter" to the works of Wally Wood.
Maxx plunges down the proverbial rabbit hole in Sam Kieth & William Messner-Loebs' "The Maxx: Maxximized" #5 from IDW Publishing.
Sam Kieth reveals what fans can expect from "The Maxx: Maxximized," despite wondering why anyone would be interested.
IDW Publishing EIC Chris Ryall hosted a lively panel chock full of announcements including new projects from Walter Simonson, Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Sam Kieth, "SNL's" Taran Killam and more.
Creator Sam Kieth discusses IDW Publishing’s plans to re-master and re-publish his seminal work “The Maxx” as a monthly series with new, original covers by Kieth.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Chris Ryall & Sam Kieth's "The Hollows" #1. Visit a hauntingly beautiful, near-future Japan December 12.
What are the Hollows and why should you fear them? CBR News spoke with writer Chris Ryall and artist Sam Kieth about their new futuristic miniseries from IDW and the joy of Urp...
This week's Cover of the Week nominees bring with them a Martian attack, a royal portrait, a mysterious hand, a Gotham shapeshifter and Matt Murdock in the trenches.
“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" returns to comics, with co-creator Kevin Eastman in tow. CBR News spoke with Eastman about the new ongoing series from IDW Publishing.
John Layman, the writer and co-creator of the Eisner Award-winning "Chew," discusses the continuing process of bringing the comic to TV, announces a new "Aliens" mini with Sam Keith on art and much more.
IDW has announced a new, ongoing "30 Days of Night" series by creator Steve Niles and artist Sam Keith, the opening arc of which debuts in October and shifts venues from Alaska to Los Angeles.
CBR has the first word from Anthrax founder and guitarist Scott Ian as he returns to DC Comics to write a two-part Etrigan the Demon series featuring art by his "Lobo: Highway to Hell" creative partner, Sam Kieth.
Steve Niles spoke about his two new IDW horror series, "Edge of Doom" with Kelley Jones and "Doc Macabre" with Bernie Wrightson, as well as a potential Sam Kieth "30 Days of Night" project.
DC Comics has released a 5-page preview of "Batman Confidential" #43, the conclusion of writer/artist Sam Keith's run on the title. The issue goes on sale in stores today, April 7.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents two exclusive previews for title on sale this Wednesday, March 3: Sam Keith's "Batman Confidential" #42 and the second half of "Milestone Forever!"
CBR News speaks with thrash metal icon Scott Ian about his two-part "Lobo: Highway to Hell" mini series, making the jump from music to comics, who he thinks should play Lobo in the forthcoming movie, and much more.
The Main Man may be getting his own movie, and Keith Giffen couldn’t be more pleased. CBR News spoke with Lobo’s co-creator about the news that Guy Ritchie is to direct a movie based on the DC antihero.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has confirmed that he is working on a Lobo project for DC Comics, to be drawn by Sam Kieth. The news was first revealed by Keith in an interview with CBR News.
CBR presents a fascinating, in-depth chat with Sam Kieth about "My Inner Bimbo," the latest in his line of Trout Stories, and his take on the subconscious, symbolism, and what readers can expect from his next series.