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Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser demonstrate amazing synergy in the compelling "The Fade Out" #4.
The writer discusses bringing "Criminal" to Image with a one-shot and new trade collections, and his continuing collaboration with Sean Phillips.
Charlie Adlard, Jamie McKelvie, Emma Rios, Sean Phillips & Tula Lotay discussed the process of an Image Comics artist at Thought Bubble 2014.
Things are just getting started at Image Comics in the latest noir saga from "Criminal" creators Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips, on sale Nov. 12.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "The Fade Out" #2 presents "a clear creative statement that any fans of noir shouldn't miss."
Artist Sean Phillips discuses the new English translation of "Void" and why he was nervous to return to sci-fi illustration after 20 years.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' debut issue of "The Fade Out" has "careful attention to detail and craft that quickly becomes a hallmark of the issue."
Utah attorney dissects SDCC's trademark arguments! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Ed Piskor, Tula Lotay and David Ury! Hilary Price visits Mort Walker's studio!
Ed Brubaker discusses the lessons he learned from the horror noir "Fatale" before he and co-creator head to "The Fade Out."
Check out a preview of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser's "The Fade Out" #1, out August 20 from Image Comics.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips wrap "Fatale" in extra-sized style for "an excellent example of the great modern comic."
From the return of Bucky to Hollywood not understanding "Velvet," superstar writer Ed Brubaker shed light on the stories behind some of his most popular creations.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 is "disturbing and nasty, even as it's enthralling and clever."
Josephine finally reveals more of herself, inside and out, to Nicholas in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 from Image Comics.
Acclaimed "Fatale" & "Criminal" co-creators Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips bring their latest noir series, "The Fade Out," to Image Comics this August.
The Eisner Award-winning team of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips looked back at their decade and a half partnership, and ahead to future projects.
Discover the destructive backstory of the terrifying man-monster that roams the streets in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #22 from Image Comics.
Nicolas Lash and Josephine finally meet again in Image Comics' "Fatale" #21, written by Ed Brubaker and drawn by Sean Phillips, on sale March 26!
Nicolas Lash is in deep trouble, and only a certain femme fatale can help him. A new story arc begins in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #20!
ROBOT 6 runs down their favorite news from the Image Comics event, from the Ed Brubaker/Sean Phillips deal to an avalanche of titles from Nick Spencer.
Warner Bros. is developing Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Sleeper" for film, with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon attached as producers.
Sean Phillips and "Saga" 2013 British Fantasy Awards winners! Italy's Lucca Fest attracts record-breaking 300,000 people! Spotlight on CBLDF!
Mouse Guard goes for the gold, Tom Taylor plays Gabriel, "Uncanny" gets unexpected, Samurai Jack returns and "Pretty" Deadly" is pretty lovely.
Director Kim Jee-Woon has signed a deal to bring Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' first "Criminal" miniseries, the Eisner Award-winning "Coward," to movie theaters.
PRESS RELEASE: SDCC: Phillips, Motter & Dupré's "The Heart of the Beast" Celebrates 20th Anniversary
Akira Toriyama's "Ginga Patrol Jaka" debuts July 13 in "Weekly Shonen Jump"! Interviews with Carol Tyler, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, Gerard Way, and Rick Leonardi! Plus much more!
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an exclusive, extended preview of Andy Diggle's "Uncanny" #1. The sci-fi crime drama, featuring art by Aaron Campbell and covers by Jock and Sean Phillips, debuts June 26.
Jennifer Cheng gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #14 4 stars, saying the issue "maintains the grim, yet lovely, melancholy and the suffusing atmosphere of fate that make this creative team's work so memorable."
With a loner of a thief who can borrow the abilities of others, Andy Diggle plans to give readers a different sci-fi twist on crime comics as he describes the idea behind his "Uncanny" series for Dynamite's Crime line.
Ed Brubaker discusses his and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" leaping forward to the modern day for its next storyline before jumping back in time again for an arc based in grunge-era Seattle. Plus, an exclusive look at #14.
This week, "Bedlam" goes to school, Comedian goes head-hunting, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim go federal, Cyclops goes all Uncle Sam and "Fatale" goes back to the Burning Times.
Greg McElhatton gives "Fatale" #12 4.5 stars, calling the one-shot story by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips "a great example of how to write a stand-alone issue" and "a top-notch comic."
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews for two of this week's new releases: Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #12 and Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #24!
Greg McElhatton gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #11 4.5 stars, saying of the standalone issue, "Pulp-meets-Lovecraft has never been more apparent in this series."
CBR staffers Steve Sunu and Kevin Melrose count down the top 15 covers of 2012 with showings from Dave Johnson, Jock, Rafael Grampa, Paolo Rivera and more of the industry's top cover artists.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fatale" #11 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Read the first of four standalone flashback issues January 2.
This week, "B.P.R.D." shows a little heart, pulp heroes unite, Red Skull opens his own X-files, "Prophet" embraces vintage sci-fi and whatever you do, don't look at the reflection in the blade!
This week, the vampires look on the bright side, "Fatale" gets groovy, murder looks lovely, Miles Morales looks downtrodden, and "Witchblade" goes negative (space).
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Fatale" #9 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Cultists creep around 1970s Hollywood October 31.