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Versatile artist and writer Sonny Liew talks about his new graphic novel, which uses the life and work of a fictional artist to tell the history of Singapore.
The ancient god Anubis blinds Khalid Nassour as they battle it out in NYC in Paul Levitz and Sonny Liew's "Doctor Fate" from DC Comics.
Sonny Liew's graphic novel is a certified bestseller in Singapore! Barnes & Noble increases comics space! Scott Snyder talks "Wytches"! Plus much more!
How the blockbuster "Attack on Titan" reflects Japanese history and politics! Sonny Liew on the controversy in Singapore! An interview with the "Batgirl" team!
"The mixture of Egyptian mythology and superhero identities is a joy to read" in Paul Levitz and Sonny Liew's "Doctor Fate" #1.
In what he considers his best work in years, the former DC Comics publisher pushes past the Golden Age for a Ditko-esque and modern superhero tale.
"The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye" has sold out at bookstores across Singapore after the National Arts Council pulled its funding, citing "sensitive content."
Singapore arts council cites "sensitive content" in "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye"! "Zippy's" Documentary examines real-life inspirations for Archie characters!
"Snarked" creator Roger Langridge talks his "well-spoken and well-dressed" Yeti, plus "Jim Henson's The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow."
In "The Shadow Hero," creator Gene Luen Yang breathes life back into what may be the first Asian American superhero, the Golden Age Green Turtle.
SNK Playmore says manga violates its copyrights! Interviews with Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver, Sonny Liew, and Wendy and Richard Pini! Plus more!
"Avatar: The Last Airbender" comic writer and acclaimed cartoonist Gene Luen Yang talks the latest "Avatar" OGN and going superhero with "The Shadow Hero."
The Green Turtle lives! Gene Luen Yang talks to CBR about recognizing an obscure golden age character as the first Chinese-American superhero.
Award-winning "American Born Chinese" cartoonist Gene Luen Yang unites with colorist Lark Pien to deliver the provocative diptych, "Boxers & Saints." The pair spoke with CBR about their latest endeavor.
Sales of manga dip 1.5 percent in Japan! Scottish history, in graphic novel form! Kodansha Comics nabs "Sherlock Bones"! John Layman talks "Chew"! Sonny Liew on his Epigram Books work! Plus much more!
Augie looks at Image Comics' "Malinky Robot" collection and muses on art-driven comics. Plus, a look at "Tellos" #1 as a great example of what a first issue should be.
Continuing its line of gorgeous anthologies, Image has released "Liquid City," spotlighting comics talent from Southeast Asia. CBR spoke with "Re-Gifters" illustrator Sonny Liew, who edited the volume.