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The Book of the Dead leaves its mark on Dynamite as Steve Niles & Dennis Calero launch "Ash and the Army of Darkness" #1. On October 30, grab your boomstick!
Following the aftermath of "Final Night," Steve Niles presents "Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein." We spoke with Niles about the end of "30 Days" and the ongoing tribulations of Cal McDonald.
The writers and artists of Black Mask Studios were on hand in person and via video conferencing to discuss the philosophy and ideas behind the newly formed company.
Writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about his new "Ash and the Army of Darkness" series launching this November from Dynamite Entertainment, touching on his love of the films and crafting a new, epic Deadite saga.
Steve Niles and Dennis Calero relaunch the horror/action comedy "Army of Darkness" for Dynamite, sending Ash Williams on all-new adventures in the Middle Ages.
CBR News spoke with writer Steve Niles about his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries, "Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem," in which a golem becomes the protector of a small town during WWII.
Image Comics has released a preview of "Chin Music" #1 by Steve Niles and Tony Harris. Prohibition-era Chicago becomes infested with mysticism, violence, gangsters and demons April 17.
Black Mask Studios, founded by "30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles, has announced its launch titles including an issue of "Occupy Comics" that reunites "V For Vendetta" creative team Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
Steve Niles discusses his upcoming "Mystery Society" special for IDW, dishing out plot details on the genre-bending comic, updating CBR on his and Wes Craven's "Coming of Rage" and "Chin Music" with Tony Harris.
Masters of horror Wes Craven and Steve Niles are partnering to create a comic called Coming of Rage that will be developed for the big screen by producer Arnold Rifkin and Liquid Comics.
Dark Horse's horror writers discussed favorite monsters, defined what's scary, explained which lines they won't cross and demonstrated why they do horror better than anyone else during their Comic-Con panel.
CBR is proud to present a new ongoing series of roundtable discussions on creator-owned comics, starting with modern masters Robert Kirkman, Mark Millar and Steve Niles talking rights, responsibilities, Hollywood and more.
Steve Niles announces "Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover," promising that when vampires wage war on humanity, one of his signature series "will be destroyed."
Kelly Thompson gives "Creator Owned Heroes" #1 4 stars saying the inaugural creator-owned initiative by Steve Niles, Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray is "inspiring and exciting."
CBR presents exclusive previews for Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim's "Secret" #2 and the first issue of "Creator-Owned Heroes" by Steve Niles, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Phil Noto and Kevin Mellon!
CBR spoke with "All-Star Western" and "The Ray" writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti about joining forces with Steve Niles to produce an anthology series for their creator-owned characters.
During his WonderCon spotlight panel, Steve Niles announced a possible alternative to Diamond Comics Distributors coming in the future from Epitaph Records. We spoke with the vocal creator-owned advocate for more details.
Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
"30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles and artist Menton3 team up for "The Nosferatu Wars," a new, creator-owned vampire saga set to debut in the pages of "Dark Horse Presents."
Antarctic Press consents to temporary restraining order in "Wimpy Kid" lawsuit! Date changes for Atomic Comics auction! Interviews with Steve NIles, Jim Salicrup, and Kurtis J. Wiebe and Riley Rossmo! Plus more!
Michael Kaluta spoke with CBR TV at NYCC about his Legendary Comics collaboration with writer Steve Niles adapting John Milton's "Paradise Lost," the resurgence of Madame Xanadu in the DCU and more.
Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall and editor Scott Dunbier with special creator guests spun the wheel (literally) to bring Comic-Con attendees the latest news from IDW Publishing.
IDW has announced a new, ongoing "30 Days of Night" series by creator Steve Niles and artist Sam Keith, the opening arc of which debuts in October and shifts venues from Alaska to Los Angeles.
Eric Powell's "The Goon" is back and bimonthly starting in June, ready to put sparkly vampires in their place. CBR News spoke with Powell about the acclaimed series, working with Steve Niles & Evan Dorkin and more.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR about the return of occult detective Cal McDonald, star of "Criminal Macabre," in a Free Comic Book Day issue, a crossover with Eric Powell's "The Goon" and two omnibus editions.
Prolific writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about working with Slash on a "Wake the Dead" film, sewing "Crime and Terror" with Scott Morse, adapting a one-man play for comics and his first novel.
Ron Marz, Bart Sears, Chuck Sellner and more team to create comics based on the weird western world of the roleplaying game "Deadlands." We spoke with Marz and Sellner about the June-debuting series of one-shots.
Steve Niles and Brea and Zane Grant translate the sexy online community into a team of daring adventurers in "Suicide Girls." Featuring art by David Hahn and Cameron Stewart, the series launches in March from IDW.
Steve Niles has been a vocal proponent of creator-owned comics. This week he kicks off a new column on ROBOT 6 spotlighting creator-owned comics and those who support the need for more creator-owned books.
Cal MacDonald, the arcane detective from "Criminal Macabre," will make a big comeback in 2011. We spoke with Steve Niles about "The Goon/Criminal Macabre," an FCBD flipbook and more standalone one-shots.
Steve Niles spoke about his two new IDW horror series, "Edge of Doom" with Kelley Jones and "Doc Macabre" with Bernie Wrightson, as well as a potential Sam Kieth "30 Days of Night" project.
Comic creators Mike Mignola, Steve Niles and Hans Rodionoff spoke to an audience of fans about their experiences with and influences by H.P. Lovecraft during their panel at the West Hollywood Book Fair.
Dark Horse Comics brought terror to San Diego once again with the popular creators of the publisher's horror titles helming a Comic-Con panel featuring news, insights into their work and an audience Q&A session.