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At the ComicsPRO retailer summit, Oni Press released details on a half-dozen summer titles, including "Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar."
"Ultimates" writer Joshua Hale Fialkov visited the CBR Speakeasy to talk about his work in Marvel's Ultimate Universe and the upcoming "Cataclysm," his acclaimed digital title "The Bunker" and more.
CBR's One to Watch focuses on the writer of DC's "I, Vampire," Josh Fialkov, who discusses his journey to comics from a degree in theater and his thoughts on the industry as a whole.
THE BAT SIGNAL spoke to writer Joshua Hale Fialkov about his three-issue "Superman/Batman" arc starting with #85 that puts the Man of Steel in Gotham and turns back the clock on their partnership.
The writer of Top Cow's acclaimed horror title "Echoes," Josh Fialkov stopped by CBR TV to discuss his career, the role of Los Angeles in his creator-owned graphic novel "Tumor," his upcoming projects and more.
"Kick-Ass 2" a long way off, says co-star. Darren Aronofsky clearing his schedule for "Wolverine 2"? "Tumor" to be a motion picture. Also, Mr. Eko is still wants to be "Black Panther," a "Hobbit" update and more.
As part and parcel of brand new indie production shingle Red Crown, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's Archaia graphic novel "Tumor" is on track for the Hollywood treatment by the director of "Nightmare On Elm Street."
At Chicago's C2E2, Archaia discussed their present and future in the digital world of comics and announced an all new brand extension banner. Black Label, specifically dedicated to Hollywood partnership titles.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon's "Tumor," the first original graphic novel to debut on the Kindle before print, has proven immensely popular, CBR News spoke with Fialkov about the project, published by Archaia.