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Manga creator Hiroshi Obi passes away. Filip Sablik on marketing "Lumberjanes"! Interviews with Diana Tamblyn, Shawn Martinbrough and Janelle Hessig!
Andy Diggle, James Asmus, Robert Kirkman & Shawn Martinbrough tackle "Thief of Thieves" #18 with "a fairly perfect sense of pacing."
Greg McElhatton gives "Thief of Thieves" #16 4 stars, calling the issue by Andy Diggle and Shawn Martinbrough "another strong installment of a fun series" that "continues to provide fun from start to finish."
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Thief of Thieves" #15 by Robert Kirkman, Andy Diggle, Shawn Martinbrough & Felix Serrano. Conrad's Italian heist goes down July 3.
Writer Andy Diggle steals time with CBR to talk Skybound's "Thief of Thieves," covering everything from co-writing with Robert Kirkman & James Asmus to playing character moments against the larger plot.
Courtesy of Skybound, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Thief of Thieves" #13 by writers Robert Kirkman & James Asmus and artists Shawn Martinbrough & Felix Serrano. The second arc concludes April 17.
"Action Comics," "Doctor Who" and "The Losers" writer Andy Diggle discusses joining the writer's room approach to Robert Kirkman's Skybound heist book "Thief of Thieves."
Writer James Asmus spills the beans on taking over writing chores from Nick Spencer on "Thief of Thieves," Robert Kirkman's Skybound series about the greatest thief in the world.
Shawn Martinbrough, Joseph Illidge and Grey Williamson expound on their upcoming graphic novel "The Ren," which explores a love story during the Harlem Renaissance, coming soon from First Second.
Jennifer Cheng gives "Thief of Thieves" #7 by Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer and Shawn Martinbrough 4.5 stars, calling the series from Image Comics "a solid contender for the best new ongoing title of 2012."
This week's candidates for CBR's Cover of the Week find Popeye and Wimpy in the ring, Mr. Sinister's army on the move, Redmond on the run, Ozymandias in meditation and Cliff Secord in repose.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thief of Thieves" #6 4.5 stars calling the issue by Nick Spencer, Robert Kirkman and Shawn Martinbrough "a fun overall story with great snappy dialogue, and some gorgeous art."
Greg McElhatton gives "Thief of Thieves" #3 4 stars saying that three issues in, Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer and Shawn Martinbrough's Image Comics series "continues to impress."
AMC has optioned "Thief of Thieves," Robert Kirkman's new Image Comics heist series co-written by Nick Spencer and illustrated by Shawn Martinbrough.
Artist Shawn Martinbrough speaks to CBR about his work on the Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer-written series and offers a look at the second issue, out this week from Image Comics.
Kevin Melrose and Steve Sunu present an homage to "Star Wars," dueling barbarians, a shadowy thief and Frank Castle's final resting place as they pick CBR's Cover of the Week.
PRESS RELEASE: Kirkman, Spencer and Martinbrough's "Thief of Thieves" Sells Out, Second Printing On The Way
Augie De Blieck Jr. gives the debut issue of Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer's "Thief of Thieves" 4 stars, calling the heist comic "well worth your time and attention."
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman speaks with CBR about the launch of his new title "Thief of Thieves," Image Expo, "The Walking Dead," and the future of "The Infinite."
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman discussed the future of his Skybound imprint at New York Comic Con plus news on projects with writer Brandon Seifert and artist Shawn Martinbrough.
CBR News spoke with writer William Harms and artist Shawn Martinbrough about the special Captain America comic the duo created for members of the U.S. Armed services, available now via AAFES stores.
This November, David Liss and Shawn Martinbrough kick off a new arc of Marvel's "Black Panther" that finds T'Challa going toe to toe with Wilson Fisk, NYC's Kingpin of Crime.
The artist of “Luke Cage Noir” and “Detective Comics” talks to CBR about his recent book, “How To Draw Noir Comics,” and takes us through the process of setting Luke Cage in 1920s Harlem.