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Following the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, comic creators took to Twitter to express their opinions on the decision.
"Fables" is making a comeback under the creative team of franchise veterans Matthew Sturges, Dave Justus, Travis Moore and Tula Lotay.
Preview all 25 covers for Archie's new "Betty and Veronica" series from superstar writer/artist Adam Hughes ("Catwoman").
CBR has the first look at a quartet of Marvel's Women of Power-themed variants, by Jaimie McKelvie, Kevin Wada, Tula Lotay and more!
Hip-hop legend Darryl "DMC" McDaniels & Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discuss Darryl Makes Comics, Marvel's rap variants and creating more new heroes.
Witness this extended look at "Bloodshot Reborn's" "Analong Man" story from Jeff Lemire, Lewis LaRosa and heavy-hitting cover artists.
Kieron Gillen and Tula Lotay "handle 'The Wicked + The Divine' #13's weighty subject matter with dignity and power."
Image Comics creators including Brian K. Vaughan, Steve Skroce and Tula Lotay discuss their latest at the final panel of July's Image Expo.
"Supreme: Blue Rose" artist Tula Lotay spoke exclusively with CBR about "Heartless," her new horror comic with fan-favorite writer Warren Ellis.
Artist Tula Lotay announced the series at Image Expo, saying that the collaboration with Warren Ellis will "give people chills."
Image Expo's keynote address included comments from Eric Stephenson, plus news of new series from Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Jason Aaron and more.
Charlie Adlard, Jamie McKelvie, Emma Rios, Sean Phillips & Tula Lotay discussed the process of an Image Comics artist at Thought Bubble 2014.
Writer Si Spencer dissects "Bodies," a centuries-spanning murder mystery, which relies on readers digging into its high concept and history to solve it.
Image Comics has released the first look at Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay's "Supreme: Blue Rose" #1.
Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay enter the world created by Rob Liefeld and Alan Moore with "Supreme: Blue Rose."
DC Comics has revealed a closer look at its Vertigo imprint's upcoming publishing slate with seven upcoming titles with full synopses and creative teams, including "Hinterkind," "Dead Boy Detectives" & more.