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Jennifer Cheng gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #4 by Sean Murphy 4.5 stars, saying, "Not only does [the issue] dare to dream, but it succeeds in its ambitions."
Announced today at New York Comic Con, writer Scott Snyder re-teams with artist Sean Murphy in 2013 for "The Wake," a story exploring the concept of monsters and the horror that lurks in the water.
Greg McElhatton gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #3 4.5 stars, saying the latest installment of Sean Murphy's Vertigo series "deserves your time and dollars" as "each issue gets bigger and crazier."
Tim continues to ignore his growing stacks of unread comics and shines the spotlight on a few worthwhile issues from creators like Ryan North, Tom Gauld, Matt Fraction, Jason Latour and Sean Murphy.
Top Cow announces retailer variants for free "Cyber Force" issues! Why are there so few women working on superhero comics? Valiant publisher talks company's success and philosophy! Sean Murphy on "Punk Rock Jesus"! Plus more!
This week brings the Comedian getting into the swing of things, Parker plotting a huge heist, more dead (and undead) than you can shake a stick at and the first issue of the Second Coming.
"Joe the Barbarian" & "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest" artist Sean Murphy discusses his Vertigo series "Punk Rock Jesus," blogging, inking and being a professional.
Vertigo's C2E2 panel was packed with a who's who of its top talent, with Scott Snyder to Bill Willingham and more discussing upcoming twists and turns, plus the announcement of new ongoing series, "Collider."
This week's Pipeline begins with a look at "Joe the Barbarian," a 200-page low-blood sugar attack. Plus, an alternate vision for the comics industry, and what can the Wiggles teach comic creators?
Ron Marz kicks off 2012 by examining the sticky situation of branding, and whether creators are helped or hindered by their ability to deliver work across multiple genres.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest"#4 5 stars saying Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's latest issue "shows you exactly how a horror comic can also be a damn well written comic."
CBR's review staff has given the Scott Snyder-written "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest" #3 4.5 stars and "Detective Comics" #881, the final issue of the long-running series, a perfect 5-star review.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "American Vampire" Survival of the Fittest" by creator Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy. The spinoff miniseries debuts April 8.
Writer Scott Snyder talks to CBR News about his “American Vampire” miniseries “Survival of the Fittest” with artist Sean Murphy and plans for the ongoing series about a new breed of vampire.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV's Kiel Phegley at C2E2 about the upcoming WWII arc in his creator-owned "American Vampire" and its spinoff miniseries, the themes and future of "Detective Comics" and much more.
Vertigo has debuted the covers to "American Vampire" #16 by series creator Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque and the "AV: Survival of the Fittest" #1, the upcoming miniseries by Snyder and artist Sean Murphy.
Vertigo has announced that "Joe the Barbarian" artist Sean Murphy will join writer/creator Scott Snyder for an "American Vampire" miniseries set to coincide with a World War II story arc in the main title. ROBOT 6 has details.
Sean Murphy, the artist of "Joe the Barbarian," spoke with CBR about his return to John Constantine in "Hellblazer: City of Demons," the new edition of his creator-owned "Off Road" and the status of "Punk Rock Jesus."
This week, Augie goes back to 2005 and revisits "Joe the Barbarian" artist Sean Murphy's Oni Press-published graphic novel, "Off Road," finding that there's a lot to like inside the cover, with one caveat.
In this, the first part of a two-part interview with comics superstar Grant Morrison, CBR News spoke with the writer who shed some light on the darkness surrounding his new creator-owned series from Vertigo Comics, "Joe the Barbarian."
Artist Sean Murphy (“Off Road”, “Batman/Scarecrow: Year One”) talks about his work on “Hellblazer" and how he came to terms with the book's graphic horror. Murphy also tells CBR News about future projects.
With his new Oni graphic novel "Off Road" shipping in November, Sean Murphy spoke to CBR News about why it isn't another simple slice of life book. Includes over fifty pages of completed pages of preview art.