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Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin's hellish world-without-an-Internet comes to print in "The Private Eye." Plus, the Epic "Gen13" Re-Read continues!
Held once again at the Baltimore Comic-Con, find out the complete list of Harvey Awards winners inside.
"The Private Eye" has wrapped, but it looks like Panel Syndicate has a new series on the way from Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martín.
Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente's "The Private Eye" will come to print at Image Comics in exchange for a "Walking Dead" story.
"Saga" and "Y: The Last Man's" Brian K. Vaughan discussed his approach to world building, sense of character and ability to defy expectations.
The Eisner-winning artist talks with ROBOT 6 about making the move to creator-owned comics, the home stretch of "The Private Eye" & the allure of Spider-Man.
Brian K. Vaughan gets deep about his past and future, from DC's upcoming "Swamp Thing" collection to what's next in "Saga" and "The Private Eye."
How digital transformed from perceived threat to "catalyst"! Brian K. Vaughan on "Saga," "The Private Eye" and "Under the Dome"! Len Wein talks Wolverine, and not receiving movie credit! Plus much more!
Brian K. Vaughan discusses the first year of "Saga," independent digital publishing with "The Private Eye" and returning to television with "Under the Dome" while offering advice to the "Y the Last Man" filmmakers.
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!
DC and Marvel don't benefit from "The Walking Dead's" loosening grip on bookstore sales chart! Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin talk "The Private Eye"! Nick Spencer on "Superior Foes of Spider-Man"! More!
Acclaimed artist Marcos Martin spoke with CBR News about his new digital comic book with writer Brian K. Vaughan, "The Private Eye," hidden identites and privacy in a digital world.
Augie appreciates the scale of Marcos Martin's art in "The Private Eye," asks if we have too many comics or not enough and wonders if digital comics will breed a new kind of fan.
This week, Kate Kane is on fire, B.P.R.D. braces for a cold day in hell, the Devourer of Worlds is feeling a little puckish, Marko's father has a way with flowers and private eyes (clap-clap) are watching you.
In “By the Numbers,” ROBOT 6 takes a look back at the events of the past five days … in numbers. This week the focus is on Angela, Marvelman, DC Comics' surprise departures, and "The Private Eye."
Augie wonders if last week's comic site outages portend a future of DRM-free comics. Also, Sean Wang's "Runners" makes a return via Kickstarter, and the end result is even better than the first book.
Greg McElhatton gives Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin's new creator-owned, self published comic "The Private Eye" #1 4 stars, calling the issue "a reimagining of the old pulp detective novel."
A day after teasing their new project, Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin reveal their never-to-be-printed new series "Private Eye" in a web-exclusive, name your price downloadable format.
In this week's WHEN WORDS COLLIDE, Timothy reflects on some old-school literary theory and how it applies to an important little piece of crime fiction by the always-impressive Darwyn Cooke.