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Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR about his new book from Dynamite Entertainment and Liquid Comics, the long road from its Virgin Comics announcement and the nature of privacy.
Writer Marc Guggenheim revisits the past and reveals the future of "Nowhere Man," a dystopian sci-fi epic finally seeing the light of day thanks to Liquid Comics.
Liquid Comics announced this week it has completed the management buyout of Virgin Comics led by the founding management team of Gotham Chopra, Sharad Devarajan and Suresh Seetharaman.
How badly was Steve Ditko screwed?; whatever happened to Virgin Comics?; convention apathy and who's going to win in November; SPOOKS CODE 9, Olympics and DVD wrapups and gobs of other notes.
Following reports by Rich Johnston yesterday about the future of Virgin Comics, the company has issued a statement about the shut down of their NYC offices and a pending reorganization that sees a move to LA.
Big column this week as word on a new DC books emerge, word on troubles at Virgin Comics, complications for iPhone comics, notes from the Millar/Harris "War Heroes" tour, what happened to "Elektra/Wolverine: The Redeemer" and more.
Ostensibly to promote their upcoming work for Virgin Comics, Stan Lee and Grant Morrison held court in Ballroom 20 and discussed comics, movies, and their favorite Marvel moments.
Comics fans love to tell the pros how it should be done, so Virgin and MySpace gave them a chance to do just that. CBR spoke with Mike Carey about the resulting Coalition Comix project, “Queen’s Rook,” now available online.
At NYCC, Stan Lee and Virgin Comics CEO Sharad Devarajan announced a partnership between the publisher and comic book legend. Stan also shared his thoughts on "One More Day" and other Marvel events.
At the Virgin Comics panel on Friday, the company's CEO was on hand to talk about Krishna and comics...along with a surprise announcement from Grant Morrison! CBR News was there...
"Wolverine" writer Marc Guggenheim has teamed with none other than Wolverine himself to create “Nowhere Man," a new series from Virgin Comics, and speaks with CBR News about the Jackman-fueled project.