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The writer revealed in the newest issue of the Image comic that the series will undergo a format change when it returns.
Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Browne take a dog into space for "The Manhattan Projects" #21, "a great tale full of heart, danger, action and hope."
Laika the space dog tries to escape from aliens in Jonathan Hickman, Nick Pitarra & Jordie Bellaire's "The Manhattan Projects" #21 from Image Comics.
Brett White ponders which other Image series would be a good fit to follow in the animated adaption footsteps of "Chew."
Image Comics will release "The Manhattan Projects" #19 on March 26, taking science to the third power in an issue by Jonathan Hickman & Nick Pitarra.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Manhattan Projects" #14 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra. Battle lines are drawn on September 11!
Stan Lee on his career, female readers (and superheroes), and his latest creations! The importance of Miles Morales! Interviews with Marcos Martin, Glibert Hernandez, Gerard Way and Nick Pitarra! Plus much more!
Augie is confused by Marvel's Ultimate Comics Universe and locates the problem with the publishing program. Also, can DC repeat Marvel's lessons from their late 90s comeback?
Artist Nick Pitarra spoke with CBR about being discovered by Jonathan Hickman, evolving as an artist on "The Manhattan Projects" and the challenge and reward in making the series' real-life characters his own.
This week, Jean Grey strolls down memory lane, Terry McGinnis faces one of 10,000 clowns, Josephine goes on the run, magenta rules "The Manhattan Projects" and John Ka enjoys the sunrise.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra's "Manhattan Projects" #8. The feel good, bad science series rages on January 2.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra's "The Manhattan Projects" #7. Americans and Russians encounter the tyrants of the Manhattan Projects November 7.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Jonathan Hickman and Nick Paterra's "Manhattan Projects" #5 and Joe Casey and Nathan Fox's "Haunt" #25!
Tim looks back on a strong crop of comics already released this year and names his Top 10 So Far, with great work from Jonathan Hickman, Ryan North, Alan Moore, Brandon Graham and many more!
CBR presents exclusive advance looks at two of next week's new Image Comics releases: Jonathan Hickman's "The Manhattan Projects" #4 and Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #6!
Augie gets an early look at "Mind the Gap" #1 and catches up on a number of other recent Image titles including Jonathan Hickman's "Secret" and "The Manhattan Projects," Erik Larsen's "Savage Dragon" and more.
Tim reads three new first issues, "Saucer Country," "Hell Yeah" and "The Manhattan Projects," calculating the odds he will continue to read each series. Plus, a bonus look at Michael DeForge's new "Incinerator" comic.
Doug Zawisza gives "The Manhattan Projects" #1 4 stars saying the inaugural issue by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra is "fit to burst with powerful design work and unexpected developments."
Rains damage comic books store at Pittsburgh's ToonSeum! comiXology hires chief technology officer! Interviews with Chris Ware, Jonathan Hickman, Nick Pitarra, Robert Venditti and Andre Szymanowicz! Plus more!
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman's new series, "The Manhattan Projects." Featuring art by Nick Pitarra & Cris Peter, the series debuts March 7.
Image Comics has released the ticket designs for its late-February Image Expo, showcasing the current "Experience Creativity" campaign through the use of series art and creator photos.
"Fantastic Four" and "Ultimates" writer Jonathan Hickman spoke to CBR News about his new alt-reality sci-fi series "The Manhattan Projects," his first ongoing at Image Comics.
Rising star Jonathan Hickman welcomed a packed house to his spotlight panel at Comic-Con International to discuss his past, present and future in comics.