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Two massive franchises collide, "Wynonna Earp" returns to comics, Al Williamson's "Star Wars" gets an Artist's Edition plus Valentine's fun at IDW.
Acclaimed cartoonist Jennifer Hayden spoke with CBR about crafting the intimate look at her life, from childhood angst to breast cancer and beyond.
IDW turns out the lights in a new "Jem and the Holograms" arc, plus the debut of "Amazing Forest" and new "Transformers," "X-Files" and more.
"Star Trek: Starfleet Academy" is in session, new "Dredd" and "Rocketeer" series begin plus "Transformers," "TMNT," "G.I. Joe," "X-Files" and more.
CBR spoke with the "Box Office Poison" cartoonist about his new Top Shelf OGN that shows how adulthood and and children can alter adult friendships.
Illustrator Nate Powell discusses telling Congressman John Lewis' story in Top Shelf's "March" and how the experienced has transformed him.
The Wreckers return to "Transformers," a new "Orphan Black" series begins and Alex Robinson releases a spiritual sequel to "Box Office Poison."
The acclaimed cartoonist discusses his long-running series, what went into collecting the just-released omnibus and more.
From "March" to "Motorcycle Samurai," Top Shelf creators spoke with fans about upcoming projects and classic releases.
"Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" gets trippy, Bob Gale brings the '80s time travel classic to comics, "Fistful of Blood" debuts and more from IDW.
"March" creative team Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell spoke about bringing history to a new generation through comics.
Back at Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss the second volume of "March," Rep. John Lewis led a march through the convention center.
The Ninja Turtles celebrate a milestone, "Star Wars" gets an Artifact Edition, new "Danger Girl," "Atomic Robo" comes to IDW, and more.
Cartoonist Troy Little adapts Thompson's mind-bending prose novel about "a savage journey to the heart of the American Dream" for Top Shelf.
First announced in 2013, Troy Little's graphic novel adaptation of "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" is now scheduled for release in October.
In his latest collection of short comics, the acclaimed cartoonist finds new methods of storytelling and a drive to draw for years to come.
IDW gives Disney's icon a new #1, Mariko Tamaki launches a new TMNT series plus the latest "Star Trek," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and much more.
Congressman Lewis and Jon Stewart discussed the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," and Lewis' memoir of the civil rights movement "March."
"March: Book Two" artist Nate Powell discusses how he approached depicting violence in Congressman John Lewis' memoir, MLK's famous speech and more.
Popular digital subscription service Scribd, often referred to as “Netflix for books,” has launched its long asked for comics section.
Chris Staros and Ted Adams discuss the future of Top Shelf at IDW, what it means for incoming titles like "March Book Two" and the story behind the deal.
The Georgia-based publisher of such acclaimed graphic novels as "March," "Blankets" and "Owly" will become an imprint of IDW. UPDATED with a comment from Chris Staros on Alan Moore.
Writers and frequent collaborators Jeff Lemire & Matt Kindt discuss their work on the upcoming "The Valiant" miniseries and why they mesh so well.
Brennan Lee Mulligan & Molly Ostertag discuss their webcomic "Strong Female Protagonist" and the importance of giving voice to characters.
Top Shelf brought Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell and Kevin O'Neill to San Diego to discuss their work on "March: Book 2," "the "Nemo" series and more.
"League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" artist Kevin O'Neill spoke with CBR about his lengthy collaboration with Moore & his art getting him in trouble.
Nate Powell's cover for the "significantly longer" second volume of "March" depicts Congressman John Lewis' speech at the 1963 March on Washington.
The award-winning cartoonist tells CBR about "Come Hell or Highwater Pants," the new volume of his "Hey, Mister" humor book, his first comic in fourteen years.
Jabeur Mejri still faces an older, unrelated charge! More on Top Shelf's DRM-free announcement! Chris Ware talks "Building Stories"! Plus more!
Cartoonist Nate Powell joined CBR TV to discuss how he became involved in "March," Congressman John Lewis' acclaimed Civil Rights graphic novel.
Sam Henderson talks about the long-awaited collection of "Scene But Not Heard," the joy of wordless comics, "Magic Whistle" and more
Top Shelf is publishing the comic that inspired Congressman John Lewis' civil rights memoir "March" as part of a digital bundle.
Details and cover art for Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's story starring Janni Nemo, daughter of LoEG member Captain Nemo, have been released.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner reviews U.S. Representative John Lewis' graphic novel biography taking place during the civil rights movement, noting "it's an engaging, well-crafted read" with strong artwork by Nate Powell.
"Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss his plans for the ring-slingers as well as tease his return to creator-owned and look back on his career.
Jim Johnson gives "March: Book One" by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell 4.5 stars, calling the OGN about the Civil Rights Movement "an excellent and fascinating historical account."
Congressman John Lewis and his collaborators, co-writer Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell, held a panel to unveil his firsthand account of the civil rights movement as told in their graphic novel "March: Book One."
Congressman John Lewis and his aide Andrew Aydin discuss their just-released graphic novel "March," how it differs from the typical memoir and the Congressman's reaction to visiting Comic-Con for the first time.
Fox has committed to a pilot for a television adaption of Alan Moore's "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," which will feature Captain Nemo, the Invisible Man and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Jeffrey Brown about his latest book from Top Shelf, "A Matter of Life," touching on the inclusion of his family in his comics and the process of working with musicians.