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Rick Remender reveals details about his and Sean Murphy's "Tokyo Ghost," a sci-fi tale story inspired by modern society's technology addiction.
Rick Remender opens up on his choice to strictly pursue creator-owned projects, and shares an exclusive preview of his and artist Sean Murphy's "Tokyo Ghost."
Check out a preview of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #41, featuring the debut of an all-new Batman from DC Comics.
For next week's "Chrononauts" #3, artist Sean Murphy's variant channels "Lethal Weapon 2" for his and Mark Millar's time travel buddy epic.
In his time-travel buddy comedy with Sean Murphy, Mark Millar tells CBR he's looking to explore new territory that leaves his audience feeling good in any era.
One day after "Chrononauts" arrived at comic shops, Universal Pictures has optioned the Image Comics series by Mark Millar and Sean Gordon Murphy.
Millar and Murphy's "Chrononauts" #1 has "a unique set of visual effects that surpass other time travel standards. "
Millarworld explodes through time and space in this exclusive preview of Mark Millar and Sean Gordon Murphy's "Chrononauts" #1
"Batman" scribe Scott Snyder's Reddit AMA teased developments for the "Wytches" film, the future of the Bat-books and much more.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has collaborated with artist Sean Gordon Murphy on a short story to address one of the mysteries of "Interstellar."
Mark Millar opens up on the origins of his new sci-fi buddy comic and shares some exclusive examples of Sean Murphy's epoch-spanning interiors.
Mark Millar and Sean Murphy announce their new Image Comics series, merging space exploration and time travel.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" concluding issue "exceeds expectations that weren't even in place at the beginning of this series."
Rick Remender talks to CBR about "Tokyo Ghost," his new Image Comics series with Sean Murphy, about a dystopian city of technology run amok.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy discuss the finale of their Vertigo series "The Wake," the book's delays and what lies ahead for their futuristic world.
Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna's "Alex + Ada" wowed while Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy continue to impress with their Vertigo series "The Wake."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #8 "continues to skirt that fine line between the magnificently epic and undeniably intimate with ease."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy continue a strong run with "The Wake" #7, an issue that's "equally fascinating, terrifying and mysterious."
Scott Snyder discusses the second half of "The Wake," its watery, post-apocalyptic future and his own future as a DC/Vertigo writer.
With the "Kick-Ass 3" finale opening up his new fictional universe, Mark Millar shares exclusive art from his Millarworld books including "MPH" & teasers for projects with Bryan Hitch and Sean Murphy.
Scott Snyder discusses the return of "American Vampire," the latter half of the bloodsucker-filled Twentieth Century and the sci-fi horror of "The Wake."
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
Scott Snyder gives CBR insight into what's to come in the second half of his and Sean Murphy's post-apocalyptic miniseries "The Wake."
Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's arc-concluding "The Wake" #5 is an impressive comic, and "captures the very essence of the horror genre."
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Artist Sean Murphy has revealed an initial sketch for the first black Robin, debuting in the oversized "Detective Comics" #27. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
Shelly Bond, Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque and more introduced Vertigo's fall lineup and answered questions at the New York Comic Con.
Writer Chris Northrop visits the CBR Speakeasy to talk about his new Archaia graphic novel "The Reason for Dragons," how BOOM!'s purchase of Archaia is a good thing, and working with Sean Murphy.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy continue their deep ocean mystery in "The Wake" #4 from Vertigo Comics, morphing it into "visually spectacular survival horror" in an issue with a fitting cliffhanger.
The debut issue of the "Batman: Black and White" revival is "unexpectedly light and funny" with stories from a diverse roster of creators and featuring characters across the Batman mythos.
Scott Snyder discusses the return of his and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" in 2014, his plans for more creator-owned work and the commercial success of his and Sean Murphy's "The Wake."
This week, Lono brings a Chihuahua to a gunfight, Gotham City meets Neo-Gotham, Lobster Johnson tiptoes through the lotuses, Kate Kane wrestles with demons, and lil’ Legion goes for a ride.
Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #3 4.5 stars, calling the latest issue of the Vertigo series "a good story with a terrifying edge."
Kelly Thompson gives "The Wake" #2 4.5 stars, saying the creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy "come together magnificently in this must-read series."
Vertigo has released a preview of Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #2. On the brink of an amazing discovery, a scientific safe haven turns into a house of horrors at the bottom of the ocean June 26.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Wake" #1 by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy 4 stars, calling the debut Vertigo Comics series "a strong first issue" that "promises to get even stronger in the issues to come."
Ahead of this week's debut of Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's Vertigo series "The Wake," the artist shares an exclusive first look at the final version of the series' five interlocking covers.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with "Punk Rock Jesus" creator Sean Murphy about his work on "Batman Beyond," Scott Snyder's "The Wake" and offers advice for young creators.
Scott Snyder relaxed in the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon as he talked about the upcoming oceanic horror series "The Wake" with artist Sean Murphy and what to expect from his and Jim Lee's "Superman Unchained."
Writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy discuss their new Vertigo miniseries, "The Wake," explaining why the ocean will always terrify the human race.