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Dean Haspiel and J.M. DeMatteis present the finale of "Future's End" starring Archie Comics' "The Fox," and CBR has an exclusive preview!
Five decades later, Al Plastino's Superman pages finally reach Kennedy library! Ecuadorian newspaper fined for cartoon! Waid and Haspiel! Robinson! Plus more!
The Fox takes on the King of Diamonds in Archie's latest Red Circle release, "The Fox" #4 by Dean Haspiel & Mark Waid, plus DeMatteis' Shield backup!
Dean Haspiel explains the inspiration for his take "The Fox," saying, "I have been trying to ape the feeling I got when I saw 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' for the first time."
CBR presents an exclusive preview of Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel's "The Fox" #2 featuring the debut of She-Fox!
Check out a CBR exclusive first look at Mike Norton's "The Fox" #5 variant cover, on sale March 5.
"The Fox" co-writer/artist Dean Haspiel discusses bringing the classic character into Archie Comics' Red Circle imprint.
Writer Mark Waid and artist Dean Haspiel discuss the upcoming series "The Fox" and how they plan to bring the character to the universe of Archie Comics' "The New Crusaders."
CBR News spoke exclusively with writer J.M. DeMatteis and artist Mike Cavallaro about modernizing Archie Comics' flagship superhero the Shield in back-up stories from the upcoming "The Fox" miniseries.
Digital comics sales estimated at $70 million in 2012! Financial filings show IDW is doing well! Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel on "The Fox"! Matt Kindt and Marco Rudy talk "Marvel Knights: Spider-Man"! Plus more!
Archie Comics has released a preview of Mark Waid & Dean Haspiel's revival of the Red Circle Comics character, "The Fox" #1. The 1940s hero makes his modern day debut October 30.
Writer Mark Waid and artist Dean Haspiel will team-up to present the modern day adventures of Archie Comics' classic pulp-style superhero the Fox in a just announced Red Circle Comics series.
Brandon Jerwa and Michael Avon Oeming land on the same page to create a kung-fu kicking, Alex Toth-inspired version of the classic Red Circle vigilante the Fox in the co-feature pages of DC Comics' "The Shield" series.