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CBR's latest Twitter contest gives you the chance to win an ashcan edition of writer Ron Marz and artist Lee Moder's "Shinku." Click for details on how to enter.
Augie drew a page of sequential art and survived! Barely. He shares with you what he's learned in the process. Also: A backpack fairy!
In case you missed it, Ron Marz gave artists of all stripes a chance to interpret a page of script from his creator-owned "Shinku." See who rose to the challenge!
Ron's offer for artists to draw a page of his creator-owned series "Shinku" resulted in an avalanche of submissions, and a wealth of interpretations. See them all!
Artists are not interchangeable pieces in the creative process, and Ron Marz offers up one of his script pages and invites any and all artists to submit their version of it.
Ron shares his con diary from Cleveland Comic Con in a bonus column featuring a visit to the Superman house and time with Green Lantern collaborator Darryl Banks.
Ron Marz and Lee Moder's Image Comics title "Shinku" returned this week, and Ron explains what happened to cause the long delay. Plus, exclusive art and a look at the official debut of the NSFW "Shinku" sizzle reel video!
Ron Marz muses on numerous topics including his current workload to abandoned projects, and what music he just can't stop listening to right now. After all, it's hot out there...
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.
Ron shares the story of a fan actively helping sell his comic store owner on "Shinku," illustrating the power of fan activism and the problem with today's comic book market. Plus, an exclusive preview of "Shinku" #4!
Ron goes all the way back to his college days to discuss the journalism principles that inform his comics writing -- the 5 Ws -- and how they pertain especially to #1 issues.
Publisher Eric Stephenson tells CBR about capturing attention in the wake of DC's relaunch, a new ratings system, the future of "Image United" and big plans for Image's 20th year.
Augie focuses in on DC Comics' relaunch once more, reviews Image's "Shinku" and "Rodd Racer" and looks at iTunes' comics sales charts.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in September 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "The Infinite," "Chew," "Morning Glories," "Hack/Slash" and more.
With the first issue in stores now from Image Comics, artist Lee Moder spoke with CBR News about the creative process behind "Shinku," a modern Japanese vampire epic written by Ron Marz.
Today, Ron Marz announces that after writing over seventy chapters of the adventures of Sara Pezzini, he -- along with series artist Stjepan Sejic -- will be leaving "Witchblade" with the publication of issue #150.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in August 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "The Infinite," "Shinku," "Savage Dragon," "Skullkickers" and more.
This week, Ron Marz shines the spotlight on creator-owned comics and the risk and rewards they offer with an in-depth look into the creation of "Shinku," his new Image Comics title.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in June, 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "Morning Glories," "50 Girls 50," "Artifacts," "Savage Dragon" and more.
Writer Ron Marz and artist Lee Moder launch the brand new creator owned series from Image Comics "Shinku," which takes readers on a blood-filled gore tour of the underground world of samurai vampires.
Image Comics has released advance previews for eight new titles debuting in June 2011, including the Skybound imprint's "Witch Doctor," Frank Cho's "50 Girls 50," Ron Marz and Lee Moder's "Shinku" and more.
Image took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their plans for the future, including new miniseries such as Nathan Edmondson's "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and Nick Spencer's "The Infinite Vacation."