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Christos Gage & Travel Foreman's "Civil War II" tie-in finds Spider-Man and Clash against cyberntic foes, and Clash might be headed for a relapse.
Christos Gage and Travel Foreman keep Spidey on the front lines in this preview of the wall-crawler's "Civil War II" tie-in miniseries.
Sketches unveil unused, alternate designs for characters including Aquaman, Stargirl, Hourman, Hawkwoman, and more.
Power and responsibility loom large as Christos Gage and Travel Foreman throw Peter Parker into the thick of Marvel's "Civil War II" event.
Christos Gage tells CBR about Peter Parker trying to impart lessons about power and responsibility to an Inhuman in his new "Civil War II" tie-in.
Peter Parker steps into the conflict with "Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man," from the team of writer Christos Gage and artist Travel Foreman.
CBR has learned that "Justice League United," "Gotham By Midnight," "Omega Men," "Doomed" and "Lobo" will come to a close at DC Comics.
The writer discusses how his and Travel Foreman's team is not like the regular League, and why he doesn't believe in upper- and lower-tier characters.
Starting with the series' eleventh issue, Jeff Parker and Travel Foreman will helm the "Justice League United" title.
Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's "Animal Man" #29 wraps the series in an emotionally satisfying issue for longtime fans of the character.
Jeff Lemire spoke exclusively with CBR about the end of "Animal Man," drawing the final issue & Buddy Baker's move to "Justice League of Canada."
Writer Jeff Lemire has announced "Animal Man" #29 will conclude both his run with the character and the DC Comics series as a whole in March.
Courtesy of Valiant Entertainment, CBR has the exclusive debut of solicitation text and covers for "Unity" #2 by Matt Kindt & Doug Braithwaite with variants by Travel Foreman & Cary Nord.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Animal Man Annual" #2 by Jeff Lemire & Travel Foreman. Following the death of his son, the bonds connecting Buddy Baker to his family are tested by massive spiders July 31.
Looking back on his first year of writing DC Comics' "Animal Man," Jeff Lemire reflects on the road to "Rotworld," crossing over with Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and his initial fears of early cancellation.
"Birds Of Prey" writer Duane Swierczynski spoke with CBR about his plans for DC Comics' all-female super team, working with artist Travel Foreman once again and the evolving relationships at the heart of the book.
Doug Zawisza gives Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" #8 4 stars calling the artistic shift between Travel Foreman and Steve Pugh "well timed to the narrative so it flows nicely one artist to the next with absolutely no drop in quality."
Greg McElhatton gives "Animal Man" #7 4 stars, calling Jeff Lemire, Travel Foreman and new artist Steve Pugh's issue "a mixture of everything that worked well in previous incarnations" of the title.
Eisner-nominated writer Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about this week's "Animal Man" #7 and teases the future of his his critically-acclaimed series, as well as a crossover with "Swamp Thing."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at "Animal Man" #7 by Jeff Lemire, Steve Pugh and Travel Foreman. The birth of Animal Woman goes on sale March 7.
Stopping by the CBR forums, Travel Foreman explained the reason behind today's announcement that he's leaving DC Comics' "Animal Man" in May for "Birds of Prey." ROBOT 6 has details.
DC has announced artist shifts for the New 52 including Steve Pugh on "Animal Man," Travel Foreman on "Birds of Prey," Jesus Saiz on "Resurrection Man" and Fernando Dagnino on "Suicide Squad."
Scott Lobdell's "Teen Titans" and Jeff Lemire's "Animal Man" are the first of DC's New 52 to get the annual issue treatment this May.
"Animal Man" writer Jeff Lemire shared his insights and introspection with CBR's COMMENTARY TRACK, taking us behind the scenes of issue #6 and "Tights," the movie about Buddy Baker's life.
"Animal Man" continues to receive praise from CBR reviewers as Doug Zamisza gives issue #6 4 stars, saying Jeff Lemire's creepy superhero tale "continues to be an impressive, fun read."
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."
Giving the latest issue 4 stars, Ryan K. Lindsay calls Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's "Animal Man" "one of the very best titles coming out of DC [Comics]."
Kelly Thompson gives Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's "Animal Man" #3 4 stars saying Buddy Baker's continuing story "continues to be one of the strongest offerings" of the DC relaunch.
Doug Zawisza gives DC Comics' "Animal Man" #2 4 stars saying the sophomore issue from Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman "disturbing and crazy...memorable and exciting"
Writer Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about his first issue of "Animal Man," explaining his goals for the title character, his family, the book's ties to Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and more.
DC Comics has released an early look at "Animal Man" #1, Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's new take on the character made famous in the '80s by Grant Morrison. The issue hits September 7 as part of DC's New 52.
From "Swamp Thing" and "Frankenstein" to "Demon Knights" and "I, Vampire," DC's new line resurrects a wave of classic monster concepts and CBR speaks with the writers behind them.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Superman/Batman" #84. The issue, written by Cullen Bunn with art by ChrisCross and a Travel Foreman cover, hits stores on May 18.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Black Widow" #7 by writer Duane Swierczynski and artist Manuel Garcia with covers by Travel Foreman and Stephanie Perger. The espionage comic hits on Ocotber 27.
Marvel has released an advance look at "Black Widow" #6, the first issue by the new creative team of Duane Swiercynski and Manuel Garcia with covers by J. Scott Campbell and Travel Foreman. The issue hits September 22.
The ahead-of-its-time political superhero series "Cla$$war" returns in a deluxe hardcover, bringing back the early work of Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine and Travel Foreman while revitalizing its cutting edge publisher Com.X.
Duane Swierczynski and Travel Foreman take over “Immortal Iron Fist” from outgoing creators Brubaker. Fraction and Aja, and we spoke with him about his plans for the kung fu series.