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Shadowline founder Jim Valentino spoke with CBR about "Morning Glories," "27" and other successful books in 2010, future titles including "The Infinite Vacation" and "Green Wake," and Shadowline's publishing process.
Jane Wiedlin (The Go-Go's) and Bill Morrison (Bongo Comics) blast off this July with the out-of-this-world space adventure "Lady Robotika" from Shadowline and Image Comics.
Some our most beloved fairy tales get a fresh perspective this July with the release of "Fractured Fables," an all-new anthology from Shadowline and Image Comics.
The author of the upcoming miniseries from Image Comics and Shadowline spoke with CBR News about the dangers of the desert, the hollow men of Hollywood and the cravings of cannibals. Plus, exclusive art!
The "Existence" and "Forgetless" writer spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Image Comics/Shadowline miniseries, which focuses on a homicide detective investigating murders that are seemingly commited by the dead.
The writer and co-creator of Image and Shadowline's "Existence" franchise speaks with CBR News about returning characters, new voices and various twists and turns to be found in the upcoming second miniseries, "Existence 3.0."
Series creators A. J. Lieberman and Riley Rossmo talk to CBR about "Cowboy Ninja Viking," a book about a covert agent who happens to have multiple personality disorder...and that doesn't even scratch the new series' surface.
The author of the upcoming Image Comics/Shadowline miniseries talks to CBR News about assassins, girls, dance parties and the seedy underbelly of New York City's party scene.
Jimmie Robinson’s Bomb Queen faces a post-Bush world where her new enemy will be her greatest yet: President Obama, in an appearance that turns the Obama comics trend upside down. We spoke with Robinson.
Creators Mike Dolce, Marcus Perry and Mariano Navarro talk about their new Shadowline book “Descendant,” and the role that bananas played in the creation of a pyrokinetic counter terrorist agent.
His Desperado series “Necessary Evil” is in development at Cartoon Network, and his all-ages “Dear Dracula” just got optioned as a film. CBR talks to Joshua Williamson about comics and Hollywood.
"Dear Dracula" writer Joshua Williamson's new miniseries "Johnny Monster" follows a heroic young boy who fights the monsters of beneath the Earth. The only problem is, those monsters raised him in the first place...
Wisecracking history buff Brendan McGinley recounts his experiences taking his webcomic "Hannibal" from Zuda to Shadowline and explains why ancient history can be so hilarious.
Justin Shady imagines a species simply too lazy to live in “Missing The Boat,” an all-ages graphic novel from Shadowline that explains what happened to the creatures that didn't make it in time to catch Noah's Ark.
Shrouded in darkness and mystery, the Everglades are the setting for Corinna Sara Bechko and Gabriel Hardman's “Heathentown,” a new graphic novel in which many grisly secrets are uncovered deep in the Florida swamps.
Being a big city cop is hard enough without a zombie plague, but as a zombie himself, Detective Joe Mundy has it even harder. Writer Jeff Mariotte talks to CBR about the new graphic novel.
Renée Tempete was just a superhero wannabe who entered a pageant to become the next Gallant Girl. She lost. Creators Cat Cahill & Seth Damoose talk to CBR about "I Hate Gallant Girl."
Step aside, Santa Claus, because it’s Halloween and there’s one little boy who’s writing a letter that starts with the words “Dear Dracula.” Writer Joshua Williamson talks to CBR about his unique children’s graphic novel.
Image studios Top Cow and Shadowline have released additional graphics and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, including "Impaler" #1, "PX! Book 2: In Service of the Queen" and much more.
CBR talks to writer Dan Wickline about the process of script-doctoring the new Bigfoot/Werewolf miniseries, “Savage,” created by Jeff Frank, Steve Niles and Mike Mayhew and published by Shadowline/Image.
What happens when three peopke receive tidings of doom from a mysterious and extra-terrestrial source? "Edgar Allan Poo" writer Dwight MacPherson & artist Mike Barentine reveal the answer in "M-Theory."