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Cold machines wage an endless war against rotting zombies on Battleworld in Marvel's newest "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson and Steve Pugh.
It's the definition of 'normal' as Steve Pugh tells CBR about Harley's massive showdown with Captain Carrot in his DC Comics "Convergence" tie-in.
First teased in October, Marvel has officially announced "Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies" from writer James Robinson and artist Steve Pugh.
DC has announced 10 new "Convergence" miniseries including "The Question," "Batgirl" "Justlice League" and more. CBR has exclusive art!
Marvel's latest teaser shows a reality where Tony Stark's penchant for specialized Iron Man suits resulted in a very different sort of "Armor Wars."
James Robinson explains the story that begins in "All-New Invaders" #8, when the team faces an arm of every incarnation of cyborg super soldier Deathlok.
James Robinson discusses his All-New title, how it's a vital part of the Marvel U and why the team is 'never going to call themselves the Invaders.' UPDATED with exclusive art!
The reunion of history’s greatest heroes takes a savage turn Feb. 5 when the Kree sick Tanalth the Pursuer on James Robinson & Steve Pugh's "All-New Invaders" #2.
Check out a first look at James Robinson and Steve Pugh's "All-New Invaders" #1, launching as part of All-New Marvel NOW! January 22.
Marvel has released a first look at the many stories contained in the "All-New Marvel NOW! Point One" #1 anthology issue, in stores Jan. 8.
"All-New Invaders" artist Steve Pugh discusses his and James Robinson's initial story and its artistic influences while sharing exclusive art!
The floodgates are open on Marvel NOW! Wave 2, and Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso is back to explain the story behind the creation of “Avengers” #24.NOW, “All-New Invaders” and “Inhuman.”
Marvel Comics has released new details for its All-New Marvel NOW! publishing initiative, which includes "All-New Invaders," "Inhuman" and a new numbering for Jonathan Hickman's "Avengers."
James Robinson and Steve Pugh help kick off the third wave of Marvel NOW! with "All-New Invaders," the writer's first ongoing comic assignment since leaving DC Comics and "Earth 2" in May.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Animal Man" #23 by Jeff Lemire, Steve Pugh & Francis Portela. While Buddy Baker fends off the paparazzi, his Little Wing visits The Red, August 21.
"Animal Man" writer Jeff Lemire speaks about killing Cliff Baker, the creepy villains of his next arc, how Buddy just missed being drafted into DC's "Trinity War" and co-writing the event with Geoff Johns.
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man" #18 4 stars, calling the "Rotworld" epilogue by Jeff Lemire and Steve Pugh "a sad conclusion, but one that will play out with good dramatic effect in the months to come."
Doug Zawisza gives "Animal Man" #17, the first half of Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's "Rotworld" finale, four stars, saying artist Steve Pugh's "horrific imagery of Rotlings...is quite a bit to wrap a mind around."
It's the end of "Rotworld" as we know it and Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder feel fine. CBR News discusses the end of the horror epic with the writers of "Animal Man" and "Swamp Thing."
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Animal Man" #16, the latest chapter of the "Rotworld" saga by Jeff Lemire, Steve Pugh and Timothy Green II, on sale January 9.
Doug Zawisza gives "Animal Man" #15 by Jeff Lemire and Steve Pugh 4 stars, saying the issue by Jeff Lemire and Steve Pugh has "a little bit of everything any good comic book story needs."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jeff Lemire & Steve Pugh's "Animal Man" #15, a "Rotworld" tie-in. Animal Man and Frankenstein exchange blows with Gorilla Grodd December 3.
Looking back on his first year of writing DC Comics' "Animal Man," Jeff Lemire reflects on the road to "Rotworld," crossing over with Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and his initial fears of early cancellation.
"Animal Man's" Jeff Lemire and "Swamp Thing's" Scott Snyder tell CBR "Rotworld" isn't an Elseworlds story and the future of the DCU is at stake in the upcoming elemental crossover.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Animal Man" #9 by Jeff Lemire and Steve Pugh 4 stars saying the issue has "more than enough moments -- artistic, dialogue and narrative -- to satisfy any fan."
Doug Zawisza gives Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" #8 4 stars calling the artistic shift between Travel Foreman and Steve Pugh "well timed to the narrative so it flows nicely one artist to the next with absolutely no drop in quality."
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man" #7 4 stars, calling Jeff Lemire, Travel Foreman and new artist Steve Pugh's issue "a mixture of everything that worked well in previous incarnations" of the title.
Eisner-nominated writer Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about this week's "Animal Man" #7 and teases the future of his his critically-acclaimed series, as well as a crossover with "Swamp Thing."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Animal Man" #7 by Jeff Lemire, Steve Pugh and Travel Foreman. The birth of Animal Woman goes on sale March 7.
DC has announced artist shifts for the New 52 including Steve Pugh on "Animal Man," Travel Foreman on "Birds of Prey," Jesus Saiz on "Resurrection Man" and Fernando Dagnino on "Suicide Squad."
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Abattoir" #1 and Steve Pugh's "Hotwire: Deep Cut" #2, both on sale this Wednesday, October 27.
As Radical releases a trade paperback of Steve Pugh and Warren Ellis' "Hotwire," CBR News catches up with series co-creator Pugh about the experience of writing and drawing and the extras included in the collection.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including “Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead” #4 and “Hercules: The Knives of Kush” #2.
Based on an original story by Warren Ellis, "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead" is a new four-issue miniseries from Radical Comics. Steve Pugh talks about the February book, which he both scripted and fully painted.