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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.
CBR News spoke with Congressman and Civil Rights leader John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell about their new book, "March," the first of a trilogy from Top Shelf Productions telling Lewis' life story.
President Bill Clinton provides a cover blurb for Rep. John Lewis' debut graphic novel "March," the first of three books chronicling Lewis' real-life involvement in the American Civil RIghts movement.
Nat Webb gives Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's "Nemo: Heart of Ice" 4.5 stars, calling the "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" original graphic novel "a fun adventure story supported by a complex thematic weave."
With 2012 over, take another look at the insanely-strong group of comics that conquered CBR's Top 100 of the Year list, from creator-owned hits that dominated to the superhero titles that rose above and much more.
Number of women on British Comic Awards shortlist spurs debate! More comics best-of-the-year lists! James Kochalka talks "SuperF*ckers"! Scott Snyder on the return of The Joker! A look at the globalization of comics! Plus more!
Eisner nominee Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about "The Underwater Welder" and how a landlocked Canadian became enamored of a water-based profession, plus his son's role in the project's genesis.
Independent publisher Top Shelf welcomed award-winning talent and their fans to Comic-Con International to announce new books, an animated project, and their latest digital releases.
Creator Robert Venditti discusses the details on his and artist Bret Weldele's digital-exclusive "The Surrogates: Case Files" series from Top Shelf and how it ties in to the greater "Surrogates" universe.
Artist Joseph Remnant and Editor/Publicist Jeff Newelt spoke with CBR News about working with comics legend Harvey Pekar on "Cleveland," Remnant's comic "Blindspot" and bringing on Alan Moore to pen an introduction to the book.
The Antichrist arrives in this week's Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009," and he bears quite a few similarities to a certain boy magician. ROBOT 6 has details.
Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about death in "Sweet Tooth," an "Animal Man"/"Swamp Thing" crossover, "Frankenstein" at war and brought exclusive pages from "The Underwater Welder."
This week in digital comics, Marvel ups the download ante with Season One, Top Shelf takes Alan Moore and the "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" digital, Viz's "Shonen Jump" leaps into the future and more!
CBR News spoke with award-winning cartoonist Ludovic Debeurme, whose graphic novel "Lucille" has just been released in English from Top Shelf five years after winning over audiences at Angouleme.
Award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Kagan McLeod spoke with CBR about his years-in-the-making martial arts epic "Infinite Kung Fu," collected in its entirety this September.
The comic-themed chapters of Jeff Lemire's Top Shelf trilogy are headed to the big screen as "X-Men: First Class" VFX Supervisor John Dykstra preps "Super Zero."
We spoke with cartoonist Jess Fink about "Chester 5000 XYV," the internet's premier erotic Victorian webcomic, now available in printf. Plus, a preview of Fink's upcoming autobiographical erotic sci fi comic.
We spoke with Brecht Evens, the cartoonist who's taken North America by storm with the newly-released Top Shelf edition of "Night Animals" as well as last year's "The Wrong Place" from Drawn and Quarterly.
Civil Rights leader & Congressman John Lewis, writer Andrew Aydin & Top Shelf Productions have inked a deal to publish a graphic novel called "March" to be released in 2012.
Cartoonist Andy Runton spoke with CBR News about February's “Owly and Wormy: Friends All Aflutter,” a new picture book starring his famously silent character, and the next "Owly" Top Shelf graphic novel.