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Augie notices an unfortunate pattern in the pages of Garth Ennis' new series, "Red Team" #1. Also, a deposition shows lawyers having a hard time dealing with comics, comics will break your heart, bounding asterisks, and more.
Attorney for Joe Shuster estate appeals ruling on Superman rights! Todd McFarlane settles lawsuit against ex-employee! Interviews with Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez, Henry Flint and Al Ewing, Dan Goldman and more!
"Spawn" creator and writer Todd McFarlane discusses directly tying in the results of the recent presidential election with the ongoing adventures of his two decade old series for "Spawn" #225.
Augie has his hands on an early copy of the "Art of Todd McFarlane," an awesome retrospective of the last 25 years of McFarlane's career, even with some narrative difficulties. Also, Dave Sim follows through on his lettering.
Augie finishes his trek through New York Comic Con's Artist Alley, and brings the XFL footlball pictures to prove it. Plus, Todd McFarlane shows off his new art book and Dave Sim podcasts.
Todd McFarlane returns to discuss the formation of Image Comics, his thoughts on the publisher today, his experience inking the work of Jack Kirby and the possibility of his return to full-time comics creation.
In the first of a two-part interview, Todd McFarlane discusses his career from "Infinity Inc." through "Spider-Man,"the debt he owes Roy Thomas and his history with Stan Lee. Plus, an exclusive look at "The Art of Todd McFarlane!"
In a legal case that stretches the boundaries of fiction and reality, "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane is suing former employee and often-cited inspiration for the character Al Simmons over the details in a biography published this year.
Tim looks back at when the Hulk was gray (again), before Joe Fixit came to town, and before Peter David launched his monumental run. Yes, it's BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, with Al Milgrom's 'Incredible Hulk' #330."
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Spawn" #222, featuring the return of Tremor. The issue, written by Todd McFarlane with art by Szymon Kudranski, is available August 1.
Todd McFarlane's original cover art for "The Amazing Spider-Man" #328 shatters auction record! A closer look at Comics Accelerator! Who should follow Grant Morrison on "Action Comics"? Plus much more!
CBR has a first look at the latest issue of his "reality comic book"from Archie, Stan Lee takes his ragtag team of superheroes through film cameos and Comic-Con where they face down a major villain and Todd McFarlane.
McFarlane Toys' founder Todd McFarlane and Prototype Development Director Michael Gulen discuss the creation of the all-new, limited edition Haunt statue, providing CBR with an exclusive first look at the final product.
Augie finally sits down with Mark Waid's "Daredevil" run and likes what he sees: A font. Go figure. Also, Image's "Planetoid" #1 Todd McFarlane's Spider-Man and plenty more.
Augie talks about "The Avengers" in terms of box office, camera choices, 3D effects and more. Plus, the mother of all original art pages is going up on the block! Save your pennies. And gold bars.
Todd McFarlane Productions exits bankruptcy protection after more than seven years! What's the top-selling "Avengers" comic ever? MoCCA Fest sees growth! Alison Bechdel talks "Are You My Mother?" Plus more!
Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR about the 20th Anniversary of "Spawn," writing as Will Carlton, his plans for taking the comic digital and the future of his Hell-born character.
Todd McFarlane will pay Neil Gaiman $382,000 in the wake of the settlement in January of their nearly decade-long legal battle over the rights to Medieval Spawn, Angela and other characters.
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners—sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman—discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."
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.
Augie opens up the new "John Romita's The Amazing Spider-Man" and talks of is newfound appreciation for the art at large size. Also, Alan Moore did a funny "Spawn" spin-off once that's worth a second look
Neil Gaiman comments on settlement with Todd McFarlane! Susie Cagle has another brush with police! Comic-Con releases full list of special guests! Jim Zubkavich offers "Skullkickers" online update! Plus more!
After years of legal battles, judgments and fines, Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane have settled their long-running dispute over the Medieval Spawn and Angela characters they co-created in "Spawn" #9.
Augie looks at some of the hardcover titles recently solicited for March 2012, with special mention of the last Todd McFarlane "Spider-Man" collection and the first of Erik Larsen's new "Savage Dragon" hardcovers.
Tis the season, so Augie's looking back at "The Last Christmas" and some Santa Claus trading cards. Also this week, one company stops short of innovating digital comics while one creator takes a stance against digital.
Image has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jon Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #22, "The Strange Talent of Luther Strode" #3 and "Spawn" #214, all hitting stores December
The star and creator of "Black Dynamite," Michael Jai White spoke with CBR TV during NYCC the upcoming Cartoon Network animated series based on the cult-hit send-up of 1970s blaxploitation flicks.
Todd McFarlane returns to CBR TV to revisit his summer prediction regarding the DC Comics September relaunch, show off the new Walking Dead action figures, discuss his own publishing plans for "Spawn" and more.
Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane, Joe Casey, Nathan Fox and more discuss the future of "Spawn," "Haunt," animation, action figures and how whoring yourself out can pay off.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for "Spawn" #212 and John Layman and Rob Guillory's Eisner-winning "Chew" #21, both of which hit stores Wednesday, October 5.
Writer Jon Goff scripts the fictionalized story of real-life Japanese pop star Yoshiki as dreamed up by Stan Lee and developed by Todd McFarlane. CBR News spoke with Goff about the project.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Haunt" #17. The issue, from the team of Robert Kirkman and Greg Capullo, hits stores Wednesday, August 24.