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"Hawkeye" writer Matt Fraction and artist Steve Lieber gather at HeroesCon 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina for an end-of-the-day panel dedicated to the Avenging Archer's ongoing series.
Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber take a closer look at the world of the new Sinister Six with their upcoming "Superior Foes of Spider-Man." We spoke with Spencer about his plans for the super-powered crime series.
The new Sinister Six try to prove their blue collar worth as Boomerang and company pull heists behind Spider-Man's back in Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber's ongoing "Superior Foes of Spider-Man."
Writer Matt Fraction spoke with CBR during his "Hawkeye" #7 Hurricane Sandy benefit signing, giving insight into what's next for Clint and Kate, holiday-themed stories and the upcoming adventure of Pizza Dog!
Jennifer Cheng gives "Hawkeye" #7 4 stars, calling Matt Fraction's Hurricane Sandy-inspired plot "a well-structured but delicately gem-like story about people needing each other."
For ROBOT 6's fourth anniversary, Marvel has provided an exclusive preview of "Hawkeye" #7, by Matt Fraction, Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm, which follows Clint Barton and Kate Bishop during Hurricane Sandy. The issue arrives Jan. 30.
Matt Fraction has announced he will donate his royalties for writing "Hawkeye" #7, featuring art by Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm, to Hurricane Sandy relief. The issue hits stores in January.
After a short while away from the keyboard, writer Kurt Busiek is working his way back to more comics work with new stories for digital publishers Monkeybrain Comics and Thrillbent while prepping more "Astro City."
Greg McElhatton says "Caitlin R. Kiernan and Steve Lieber could teach a class about how to create a conclusion to a mini-series based on 'Alabaster: Wolves' #5," giving the issue 4 stars.
Dark Horse has released a preview of "Alabaster: Wolves" #5 by Caitlin R. Kiernan with art by Steve Lieber. Dancy Flammarion makes her way to the heart of the wolves' lair August 15.
Greg McElhatton gives "Alabaster: Wolves" #2 4.5 stars, calling the book by Caitlin R. Kiernan and Steve Lieber "officially my favorite southern supernatural horror series."
Dark Horse has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at new comics hitting stores May 9, including Cailtin R. Kiernan's "Alabaster: Wolves" #2 and "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" #5.
Doug Zawisza gives the first issue of Caitlin R. Kiernan and artist Steve Lieber's "Alabaster: Wolves" 5 stars, saying, "As a horror-tinged suspense comic, this book excels."
CSBG celebrated the sixth annual Fred Van Lente Day with a chat with Van Lente about comic book history and comic book piracy with fellow comic book creator Steve Lieber, Greg Pak and Ryan Dunlavey.
"Red Tree" author Caitlîn R. Kiernan brings her albino monster-hunter Dancy Flammarion to comics in April, courtesy of Dark Horse and CBR spoke with Kiernan about "Alabaster: Wolves."
Steve Lieber and Jeff Parker explain how a posting of their Image series "Underground" on the infamous 4chan led to a massive sales boost thanks to Lieber's participation and how they plan on moving forward.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents the complete first issue of the recently completed, acclaimed miniseries "Underground" by writer Jeff Parker and artist Steve Lieber.
The artist and writer duo spoke with CBR News about the completion of "Underground," their five issue miniseries from Image Comics about a series of dangerous events set within the confines of a claustrophobic cave.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the first issue of "Underground," the new miniseries by Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber, on sale next week.
Courtesy of Warner Bros., CBR brings you a gallery of new still images from "Whiteout," the new film based on the Oni Press graphic novel by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber. Check it out!
Steve Lieber and Jeff Parker, the duo behind Image's "Underground" speak with CBR about the moral dilemmas at play within their story and the many dangers of caving. Plus, read the entire first issue right here!
The trouble with spinoffs, a little less than 1000 reviews in 1000 days, and gobs of notes, including helping Steve Lieber, questions of superhero law, SDCC moneymaking strategies, the Supreme Court's shaky notion of justice and more.