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Steven Grant's "3 Guns" reaches its conclusion with issue #6 and CBR has an exclusive preview of the Jan. 15 finale!
CBR has an exclusive preview of Steven Grant's latest crime comic, "Deceivers." Featuring art by Jose Holder, the series debuts Christmas Day.
BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie discusses honing his company's focus, creating quality comics and the groundbreaking first-look deal with Fox.
"2 Guns" writer Steven Grant returns to BOOM! Studios for his next creator-owned book, "Deceivers," which is based on a concept he's been developing for over three decades.
Steven Grant wraps up his temporary return to CBR with a look back to the beginnings of his comics career, including a joke contained in "Marvel Two-in-One" #54, the development of "2 Guns" and more.
DC Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee talk digital comics, variant covers and creator turnover! Amazon vs. Overstock in GN price war! Steven Grant chats about "3 Guns"! Plus much more!
Steven Grant returns with his second set of lessons he's learned watching the development of his "2 Guns" comic into a live-action film starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
While seeing how his own graphic novel made the jump from comic to movie, "2 Guns" creator Steven Grant learned a few things. Today, he shares some of his observations in TEMPORARY MADNESS.
Steven grant returns with the first of a two-part column looking at the road creators should take when one of their comic book properties gets optioned for the big screen, using "2 Guns" to illustrate his points.
In analyzing sci-fi author Neal Stephenson's manifesto calling for more stories based in utopian settings, Steven Grant explains how and why Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" is a dystopian Superman tale.
Columnist and comic book writer Steven Grant returns to CBR for a limited engagement, detailing how he stopped reading comics, what brought him back and the dangers of corporatethink when reimagining comic icons.
Universal's "2 Guns" starring Denzel Washington & Mark Wahlberg arrives in August, and writer Steven Grant spoke to CBR about "3 Guns," his comic book sequel debuting the same month from BOOM!
Steven Grant's 1997 thriller "Damned" told the tale of ex-con Mick Thorne, and BOOM! Studios will reprint it this summer. CBR spoke to Grant about the story and his history with artist Mike Zeck.
At WonderCon, BOOM! Studios’ Ross Richie, Filip Sablik, Shannon Watters and writer Steven Grant talked about BOOM! Studios' identity as a company, who they are and what they do.
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for "2 Guns," the adaptation of Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco's crime comic starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
Steven Grant discusses the experience of watching his BOOM! Studios' miniseries "2 Guns" evolve from un-produced screenplay to comic to a Universal Studios film starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
Actor James Marsden, known for his turns in "X-Men" and "Superman Returns," has signed on for a modern crime adaptation of the BOOM! Studios title by Steven Grant and Mat Santolouco alongside Mark Whalberg and Denzel Washington.
Denzel Washington is in early talks to star in Universal Pictures' "2 Guns," based on the crime comic by Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco. SPINOFF has the details.
"The Fighter" director David O. Russell is in negotiations to rewrite and direct an adaptation of the BOOM! Studios comic by Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco with Vince Vaughn in the lead.
Steven Grant surveys the L.A. Convention Center's pitch for Comic-Con International and has a few words to say in the interest of keeping the show where it's had it's roots for four decades. Plus: "Iron Man 2!"
This week: Fallout from last year's San Diego & the biggest change the business has seen in years; reader letters; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, week 11; plus a very special Notes From Under The Floorboards and a fab Comics Cover Challenge.
Steven Grant talks about “What If? Spider-Man: Back in Black,” in which he and artist Gus Vazquez depict what might have happened if Spidey's wife Mary Jane was shot instead of Aunt May.
This week: How audacious should comics be, anyway? Plus reviews, inside the new Clinton energy plan, the Grant graphic novel report, Internet comics radio, red meat and tons more in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.