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To mark the end of "Ex Machina," we asked Brian K. Vaughan and Brad Meltzer to discuss the Eisner winning series. CBR presents final part of their talk along with an exclusive look inside the final issue.
To mark the end of "Ex Machina," we asked Brian K. Vaughan and Brad Meltzer to discuss the Eisner winning series. CBR presents the talk along with an exclusive look at Jim Lee's variant cover.
CBR News spoke with famed cover artist and "Losers" co-creator Jock about "Driver: The Pursuit of Nothingness," a Wildstorm one-shot tying in with the upcoming Ubisoft game, and for an update on the "Judge Dredd" film.
Stars Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Karl Urban joined series creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner after their panel at Comic-Con International to discuss comics, adapting "Red" to film and old age.
Kelly Thompson of CSBG interviewed "DMZ" and "Northlanders" writer Brian Wood about his work on Wildstorm's "DV8: Gods & Monsters" in which he's upended the team, placing them on an unfamiliar world and environment.
The creative teams behind "RED" and its upcoming film adaptation spoke with fans at Comic-Con, discussing the how the comic book became a movie and what new projects are coming from the franchise.
Wildstorm's panel at Comic-Con International revealed new projects from Darick Robertson and Kurt Busiek, including an "Arrowsmith" novel. The panelists also discussed superhero, creator-owned, and licensed titles.
Summit Entertainment released the full theatrical trailer for their adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's Wildstorm miniseries "RED." The movie, starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and more opens October 15.
Summit Entertainment has released three new stills featuring Helen Mirren and John Malkovich from their upcoming adaptation of the Wildstorm-published "RED" by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner.
The writers of the upcoming "Wetworks: Mutations" one-shot talk with CBR News about establishing a new status quo for the classic WildStorm team and what makes them perfect fit in the dark and dangerous WildStorm Universe.
CBR News spoke with Kurt Busiek about one of the great heroes of "Astro City's" storied history, the Silver Agent, whose solo miniseries debuts today from Wildstorm. Plus an exclusive look at the first issue!
Dan Didio & Jim Lee spoke with CBR about the current state of the entire DC line, including the death of Ryan Choi, Vertigo characters that are and could be, WildStorm's licensing ambitions and share exclusive art.
Comic book newcomer Stuart C. Paul spoke with CBR about "Ides of Bood," a new series mixing history, myth and vampirism as a slave turned warrior tracks down a serial killer in the waning days of the Roman Republic.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive sneak peek at pages from the publisher's upcoming "Art of Jim Lee" hardcover focusing on the artist's Wildstorm and DC Comics work.
CBR News spoke with John Arcudi and Peter Snejbjerg about their original graphic novel from Wildstorm, "a god somewhere" - a project praised by industry heavyweights like Mike Mignola and Denny O'Neil.
CBR spoke with Tony Harris who explained his unique process of delivering photorealistic art to "Ex Machina" and how he feels about closing the door on the Eisner Award winning series from WildStorm Publications.
As Tom Strong prepares for his return in this summer's brand-new limited series from Wildstorm, writer Peter Hogan discusses his plans to destroy the hero's world with an evil Nazi regime and the Robots of Doom.
This week, Kelly Thompson takes a look at Wildstorm's recently published "DV8" #1 and how the new Brian Wood-penned series might work as a symbol for a brighter future for comics that men and women can both enjoy.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR News about his upcoming IDW/Wildstorm title which will cross over his popular vampire franchise with the Emmy Award television winning series.
CBR's Chad Nevett says the new "DV8" is off to a promising start, with Brian Wood and Rebekah Isaacs honoring the WildStorm cult classic while giving new readers all they need to enjoy this edgy new series.
The men behind the Wildstorm Universe caught readers up on current events in the Wildstorm U and announced Tony Harris' next project post-"Ex Machina" and new crossover book with IDW "X-Files/30 Days of Night."
WildStorm announced "The Further Adventures of the Whistling Skull" on Saturday at C2E2 and CBR News has all the details after speaking with co-creators Tony Harris and B. Clay Moore.
CBR News spoke with writer Jeff Mariotte about his return to WildStorm and how no other action/adventure comic comes close to matching his newest original title, "Garrison."
This month, WildStorm is launching a six-issue miniseries based on the highly successful "God of War" games. CBR spoke with writer Marv Wolfman and artist Andrea Sorrentino about the project.
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
Acclaimed creator David Lapham spoke with CBR about bringing a different type of adventure story to comics with WildStorm's new series, "Sparta: USA," which features a dynamic spin on what it means to be American.
CBR News gets the lowdown on Brian Wood's WildStorm debut as the writer readies for the relaunch of "DV8" in the form of an 8-issue story designed to reintroduce the team to both new readers and longtime fans.
Writers Adam Freeman and Marc Bernardin promise that their run on "The Authority" will be clearer, more linear and easy for new readers or those who may have drifted from the title to jump into. And they're going to blow stuff up.
In preparation for a new beginning for the WildStorm Universe, writer Adam Beechen assembles a line-up of nearly every super hero in the universe's history to combat dueling alien invasions in a post-apocalyptic world.
This December, WildStorm and EA take readers to Hell with "Dante's Inferno," a six-issue limited series that is based on the upcoming game. CBR spoke with series writer Christos Gage this week about his journey into the Nine Circles.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" is in stores now, and WildStorm’s new "Modern Warfare 2: Ghost" limited series hits shelves tomorrow. CBR speaks with writer David Lapham to talk about the video game inspired series.
Written by Ian Edginton, Wildstorm's "Victorian Undead" features Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in a foggier than usual London, confronting the most extraordinary case of their career – why are the dead returning to life?
This week, Tim takes a good long look at the first volume of Alan Moore's "Absolute Promethea," talks about the collection's place in the Absolute pantheon, and revels in the astounding artwork of J. H. Williams III.
CBR News speaks with Hank Kanalz of Wildstorm for an in-depth interview where he discusses what's ahead for the imprint, confirms a new Tony Harris drawn series, shares exclusive preview art from two upcoming series, and more.
Writer Brian K. Vaughan shares with CBR details about the final arc of his and Tony Harris' Eisner Award-winning series, “Ex Machina,” and says its conclusion may be "the ballsiest ending" he’s ever come up with.
Acclaimed YA novelist J.S. Lewis prepares for a fast and fun adaptation of the Sony MMO for kids. He spoke with CBR News about "Free Realms," which debuts this week from WildStorm.
WildStorm announced new creative teams for "The Authority," "Gen13" and "WildCATS," as well as a new creator-owned series called "Kurt Busiek’s American Gothic." The publisher also confirmed reprint plans for "Planetary."
Possibly the last Brian Wood book you'd expect, the "Northlanders" and "Demo" creator is reviving WildStorm's "DV8" as only he can. We spoke with Wood and artist Rebekah Isaacs about "DV8: Gods and Monsters."
Adam Beechen’s new creator-owned series from WildStorm, “Killapalooza,” features a rock band that just so happens to be the world’s finest team of assassins. Or is that the other way around?