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Ales Kot, writer of Image Comics' speculative spy saga “Zero,” talks about out-of-body experiences, David Fincher's influence and taking creative risks.
Eric Stephenson welcomed a range of Image creators to the Thought Bubble stage to talk about the company and their creator-owned work.
J.H. Williams III says farewell to "Batwoman," the "pre-apocalypse" gets bizarre, "Zero's" repeat performance and The Shadow enjoys his alone time.
With his new Image Comics ongoing series “Zero,” writer Ales Kot explores the grunt work of super spydom with a raft of diverse artists from Tradd Moore to Tonci Zonjic and beyond.
The writer behind the latest, well-liked run on DC Comics "Suicide Squad" has officially parted with the title as Ales Kot gives kind words to replacement Matt Kindt while focusing on his creator-owned "Zero."
Image Comics has provided CBR with an early look at its September solicitations featuring images and info for "Sex Criminals," "Zero," "Fatale," "Saga," "The Walking Dead" and more!
The man behind genre-bending comics "Wild Children" and "Change," "Suicide Squad" writer Ales Kot talks prison breaks, social relevance and explosions while sharing an exclusive look at Patrick Zircher's art.
"Wild Children" and "Change" writer Ales Kot made a major splash at New York Comic Con, announcing two brand new Image Comics titles. CBR spoke to him about "Zero" and "The Surface."