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Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon's "Preacher" is coming to AMC, but which actor has the swagger to nail Jesse Custer?
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin's adaptation of acclaimed Vertigo series "Preacher" has a pilot order at AMC.
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's seminal Vertigo series is in development at AMC, with "Breaking Bad" alum Sam Catlin on board as showrunner.
Writer Charles Soule begins his run on "Thunderbolts" with #12 and CBR News spoke to him about the fallout from the team's latest mission and the current dynamics between his cast. Plus, exclusive art!
CBR spoke with departing writer Daniel Way, incoming writer Charles Soule, whose short run on the book begins in July, and series editor Jordan D. White about current and upcoming developments in "Thunderbolts."
The Thunderbolts' current mission to depose a gamma powered dictator is about to plunge them into a world of shadowy secrets and sinister forces. CBR News spoke with writer Daniel Way about the future of the series.
The Red Hulk, General Ross, assembled a super powered strike team for a secret agenda in "Thunderbolts" #1 and CBR spoke with writer Daniel Way about the team and his long term plans.
With Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger departing her position and the cancellation of "Hellblazer," CBR looks at the history of the acclaimed DC Comics' imprint and presents our picks for its top ten series.
The Marvel NOW! era continues as CBR presents an exclusive preview of Daniel Way and Steve Dillon's "Thunderbolts" #1. Red Hulk, Venom, Elektra, Deadpool and the Punisher team up December 5.
Writer Daniel Way discusses forming a new team of Marvel antiheroes for "Thunderbolts," featuring Red Hulk, Elektra, Venom, Deadpool and the Punisher as the newest public black-ops team in the Marvel Universe.
Daniel Way and Steve Dillon will bring justice like lightning to "Thunderbolts" for Marvel NOW! in December, featuring a line-up of Punisher, Elektra, Venom and Deadpool led by Red Hulk.
Marvel has begun its teaser blitz for a second wave of Marvel NOW!, starting with Daniel Way and Steve Dillon targeting lightning for the newest teased series.
James Hunt gives "Avenging Spider-Man" #11 4 stars saying the Aunt May team-up issue by Zeb Wells and Steve Dillon "an interesting concept and appropriate material for an anniversary special."
James Hunt gives "Incredible Hulk" #8 by Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon 4.5 stars saying, "If you've got any interest in the character, now is a good time to start reading."
Marvel has released a first look at Steve Dillion's interior pages for "Incredible Hulk" #8 written by Jason Aaron. The newest Hulk story arc, "Stay Angry" begins with an appearance from The Punisher on May 30.
We spoke with "Incredible Hulk" writer Jason Aaron about the series' special point one issue that addresses the fatal fall out of his first arc and his second storyline, the guest star-packed, "Stay Angry."
Marvel continued its week of reveals with Jason Aaron on the newest "Incredible Hulk" arc, "Stay Angry" written by Aaron with art by Steve Dillon.
Chad Nevett gives the final issue of Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's "PunisherMAX" 4.5 stars, calling it "a fitting end to the series...a near-perfect final issue."
On the heels of earlier reports that Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's "PunisherMAX" series would end with #22 in February, Marvel has officially confirmed the book's finale.
Series writer Jason Aaron assures fans that the final issue of Marvel's "PunisherMAX" hitting in February is not the result of a cancellation but is instead the series finale he "always intended."
CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the current and upcoming arcs of "PunisherMAX," the final chapters in Frank Castle's bloody, violent war against the Kingpin.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "PunisherMAX" #15 by Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon with a cover by Dave Johnson. It's the Punisher vs. a prison riot on July 13, 2011.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Punisher MAX" #13, the next chapter of the new storyline by Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon with a Dave Johnson cover. Frank Castle heads to jail on May 11!
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gives "PunisherMAX" #10 a 4.5 star review, saying the long delayed chapter by writer Jason Aaron and artist Steve Dillon is "worth the long wait...it’s thought-provoking and shocking."
"PunisherMAX" returns from its hiatus with next week's release of issue #10, the penultimate issue of the current arc. We spoke with writer Jason Aaron about "Bullseye" and the next arc, a story simply titled "Frank."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR presents an exclusive advance look at "Punisher MAX" #10. Written by Jason Aaron with art by Steve Dillon and a Dave Johnson cover, the issue hits stores on Wednesday, February 9.
"2000AD" editor Matt Smith sat down with CBR News to discuss the future of the legendary UK title, his take on the "Judge Dredd" movie and an exclusive first look at Pat Mill’s upcoming "Flesh" sequel.
Chad Nevett gave "Ultimate Comics Avengers 3" #2 3.5 stars, saying of Mark Millar and Steve Dillon's vampire tale, "What’s here is well done by everyone...but it goes by so quickly doesn’t feel like a complete comic."
"Ultimate Avengers 3" brings the latest twist on the Ultimates this week and Mark Millar told us why Steve Dillon is perfect for superhero vampire action and why the new Ultimate Daredevil rocks yellow. Plus exclusive art!
Chad Nevett reviewed Mark Millar and Steve Dillon's first issue of "Ultimate Comics Avengers 3," giving it 3.5 stars while saying, "This series of series continues to be fun and bold with Millar on his game."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Ultimate Comics Avengers 3" #1 by Mark Millar and Steve Dillon, with a cover by Leinil Francis Yu. The new miniseries debuts August 11.
"PunisherMax" writer Jason Aaron is setting the stage for an epic and brutal battle: Frank Castle vs. Wilson Fisk, the man who will become the Kingpin of the NYC underworld. We spoke with Aaron about his plans for the series.
Frank Castle's ultra-violent title relaunches as "PunisherMAX" with the new creative team of Jason Aaron & Steve Dillon. CBR talks with Aaron about the book, which sends Castle on a hunt to take down the Kingpin (MAX!).
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, the creative team behind "Preacher" and "The Punisher", were on hand last weekend at Wizard World Philadelphia for a look back at their careers and collaborations.
The fan-fave team of Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon return to Frank Castle in December's "Punisher: War Zone" miniseries, which sees the return of some much missed psychopaths. Ennis spoke with us about the project.