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Former DC Comics President Paul Levitz talks to CBR News about his new book celebrating how Will Eisner changed the comic book landscape.
Writer Matt Wagner and artists Dan Schkade and Brennan Wagner discuss "Will Eisner's The Spirit" and making the classic character relevant in 2015.
At one time, Brad Bird, Gary Kurtz and John Lasseter wanted to bring Will Eisner's famous character to animated life.
Dynamite's revival of Will Eisner's classic creation launches in July, and CBR has the exclusive first look at John Cassaday's cover.
After some anxiety about tackling the legendary character, Matt Wagner found the story that could bring the Spirit to a new audience at Dynamite.
In celebration of "The Spirit's" 75th anniversary, DC Entertainment will release a new hardcover collection of Will Eisner’s renowned creation.
The new Dynamite Entertainment series will debut at July's Comic-Con International as part of the iconic character's 75th anniversary celebration.
Eisner's former students from the NY School of Visual Arts gathered to discuss their mentor how he forever changed the modern comics landscape.
In a pre-Comic-Con announcement, Dynamite has revealed that it plans to publish new adventures of legendary creator Will Eisner's "The Spirit."
Peter David, Matt Fraction, Jeff Smith and Michael Oeming explain why Will Eisner continues to inspire nearly a decade after his death.
ROBOT 6’s Chris Arrant talks with the former president and publisher of DC Comics about his current work as a writer and college instructor, and his fanzine roots.
Paul Levitz discusses his new role on the board of directors at BOOM!, his four decades in the comics industry, his upcoming book on Will Eisner and more.
Agriculture may be Japan's next big manga genre! "Mark Trail" cartoonist Jack Elrod passes torch! Darwyn Cooke on what he learned from Will Eisner! Plus much more!
ComicWalker to launch March 22! Trondheim on Angoulême's Grand Prix! Bechdel on comics and the Bechdel Test! Kitchen recalls meeting Eisner! Plus much more!
An all-star panel of Neil Gaiman, Jeff Smith, Scott McCloud and Denis Kitchen discussed the impact of Will Eisner on the graphic novel in a panel moderated by Paul Levitz at Comic-Con International.
Will Eisner's Denny Colt will team with - or go toe to to against - Dave Stevens' Cliff Secord in IDW Publishing's just-announced Rocketeer/The Spirit crossover written by Mark Waid and drawn by Paul Smith.
In honor of Will Eisner Week, our artists drew splash pages of comic book characters with their names incorporated into the art, just like Eisner used to do it with his legendary "Spirit" comics.
American Library Association, Eisner Foundation launch Will Eisner Graphic Novel Prize for Libraries! Graphic novels at BookExpo America! Are gay superheroes really news? Plus much more!
Comics historian Mark Evanier led a WonderCon panel dedicated to remembering and sharing anecdotes of Golden Age legends Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Jerry Robinson and Joe Simon.
This week's CBLR is a tribute to the legendary Will Eisner! Learn the bizarre story of the fabricated feud between Eisner & Al Capp! Discover the mystery John Law and why he's such an important part of Spirit history! And more!
Michael Uslan, Paul Levitz, Denny O'Neill, N.C. Christopher Couch and Danny Fingeroth looked back at the shared origins and legacy of two of comics' most iconic characters.
A new Artist's Edition from IDW features Will Eisner's most famous creation, The Spirit. Editor Scott Dunbier provided CBR with exclusive insight on the project.
Titans collide as Jack "King" Kirby meets with Paul McCartney! What's the truth behind Will Eisner's testimony in the Wonderman copyright case and does Green Arrow have superpowers?
One of the great artists of the Silver Age, Nick Cardy spoke with CBR News about his new book, collecting the work he did as a young man serving in WWII and provides an exclusive look at the book.
The NYCC panel on Will Eisner's use of New York quickly turned into a retrospective of the life and work of the legendary creator of "The Spirit as he was remembered by friends and colleagues.
Announced during last night's Eisner Awards by Denis Kitchen, Will Eisner's "A Contract With God" is set to receive the full Hollywood treatment having been optioned for a feature film.
David Hine takes on the Spirit, looking to continue the noir style storytelling that made the character a comic book icon as new writer of the character's ongoing series serving as part of DC's First Wave Universe.
With a brand-new tale starring Denny Colt and drawn by Kyle Baker to his credit, the legendary Harlan Ellison remembers his connection to The Spirit, his friendship with Will Eisner and the Spirit movie that never was.
Chad Nevett gave "The Spirit" #1, from the creative teams of Mark Schulz & Moritat and Denny O'Neill & Bill Sienkiewicz 4 stars, saying that the writers "provide Moritat and Sienkiewicz interesting and dynamic stories to draw."
Writer Mark Schultz has revealed to CBR that by his own choice, his run on "The Spirit" will last only three issues, but that still gives him enough time to play with some of Will Eisner's toys and bring some new ones to the sandbox.
This Week: The final word on narrative and what it means to the future of the graphic novel; comics books for Xmas 2009 - our recommendations; plus Wonder Woman, Rupert Murdoch, gays in Uganda, bankers with guns and lots of other notes.
Sparked by the recent release of a book of interviews, this week Tim ponders the Q&A format while recalling the best interview books of the past, featuring the likes of Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and many more.
June's “The Spirit” #30 is written and drawn by “Powers” artist Michael Avon Oeming, who is donating Spirit artwork to benefit the Hero Initiative. CBR spoke with Oeming about the issue and learning from Will Eisner.
With Frank Miller's screen adaptation of "The Spirit" opening this week, CBR looks at the life and loves of the classic Will Eisner creation, from his origins as a newspaper strip to his reinvigoration by Darwyn Cooke.
Central City isn't the only thing screaming. Frank Miller's intensely stylized screen adaptation of Will Eisner's comic book classic, "The Spirit," leaves Eisner fans with much to be desired, but Gabriel Macht's performance will win over neophytes.
Augie digs into the Marvel archives and finally reads Frank Miller's "Daredevil." He covers everything from Murdock's frightening romantic actions to Will Eisner's influence to an attempt at a belated No-Prize regarding Elektra's sais.