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Writer/artist Ted Naifeh explains his fascination with female protagonists and all-ages stories, Princess Ulga's dialect and playing with color.
In discussing "Princess Ugg" with ROBOT 6, Naifeh reveals he created the character out of a desire to "play with Frazetta-style barbarian fantasy."
This week, Finn and Jake pull double duty, Black Widow takes public transportation, A princess hangs tough and Alex Ross goes retro.
Ted Naifeh, the acclaimed creator of Courteny Crumrin, returns to Oni Press with his latest project, "Princess Ugg," on sale June 4.
Ted Naifeh, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo went deep into the creative process in an intellectually stimulating panel spotlighting their new Oni Press projects.
Ted Naifeh, the acclaimed creator of "Courtney Crumrin," talks to CBR News about bringing his new ongoing series "Princess Ugg" to Oni Press in 2014.
Greg McElhatton gives Ted Naifeh's full-color "Courtney Crumrin" #1 5 stars encouraging readers to "please do yourself a favor and check this new series out."
Ted Naifeh spoke with CBR about the upcoming full-color hardcover edition of "Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things" and the new ongoing "Courtney Crumrin" series coming in April.
Halloween comes early in 2012 as Ted Naifeh's "Courtney Crumrin" scares up an ongoing series in April, courtesy of Oni Press. ROBOT 6 talks to Naifeh about what he has in store for the heroine.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Polly and the Pirates" Vol. 2 by creator Ted Naifeh and new illustrator Robbi Rodriguez, on sale in early 2011.
Image releases "Nocturnals: The Dark Forever and Other Tales," the second collected edition of Dan Brereton's "Nocturnals" series. Brereton spoke with CBR about the hardcover and his future plans for the Nocturnals.
Lars Brown and Ted Naifeh along with Oni Marketing Director Cory Casoni met with fans in Seattle to discuss "North World" and "Courtney Crumnrin," as well as exciting announcements about "Resurrection" and "Wasteland."
Ted Naifeh talks about "Courtney Crumrin and the Prince of Nowhere," working at Scholastic with Holly Black on "The Good Neighbors," and his (no longer) secret project.