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Scott Snyder & Jock's "Wytches" #3 "succeeds on its ability to stroke readers emotions based on their fears, both real-life and imaginary."
Explore the dark recesses in the mind of Scott Snyder in a shadowy exploration and exclusive preview of his creepy creator-owned series, "Wytches."
"Batman" scribe Scott Snyder's Reddit AMA teased developments for the "Wytches" film, the future of the Bat-books and much more.
Jason Aaron, Scott Snyder, Kieron Gillen and more talk about their work, process and interests.
With "Wytches" #1 passing a reported 90,000 in combined orders, co-creators Scott Snyder and Jock share their reaction to the news with CBR.
Film production company New Regency has acquired the rights to Scott Snyder & Jock's Image horror series with Brad Pitt's Plan B aiding in the eventual film.
Newspaper criticized for cartoon about India's space program! Spotlight on Geoff Johns! Interviews with Scott Snyder, Matt Kindt and Michael DeForge!
Scott Snyder & Jock's impressive "Wytches" #1 is "outlandish and grotesque and alarmingly intimate in the way it dishes out horror."
Scott Snyder explains how his fears come alive in his new creator-owned series. Plus, an exclusive look at Becky Cloonan's variant cover!
Writer Scott Snyder tells CBR about how personal his "Batman" stories are, why he struggles with anxiety and what it's like to work beside legends.
Scott Snyder talks the "terrifying material" he's exploring with Jock on "Wytches," and escaping his comfort zone at Image Comics.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the cover and solicitation text for the first issue of Scott Snyder and Jock's new Image horror series, "Wytches."
Scott Snyder & Jock, the creators behind "Detective Comics: The Black Mirror," reunite for "Wytches," an ongoing horror series from Image Comics.
At Emerald City, "The Losers" co-creator Jock discussed his process and his long career in artistic design including comic books, film, movie posters & more.
Scott Snyder channels his own demons into "Batman" and his creator-owned work, and explains how he thinks HBO's "True Detective" should have ended.
Scott Snyder discusses the second half of "The Wake," its watery, post-apocalyptic future and his own future as a DC/Vertigo writer.
Scott Snyder discusses his "black and twisted horror" take on witches in his and Jock's new Image comic, creating free digital work in 2014 and more.