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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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You want a quick glimpse of the BIG books from the premier publishers this month? Here's the checklist. Get ready for new titles from Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, and Marvel Comics. These are the books you DON'T want to miss!
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Michael Uslan approaches writing a comic book as he would teaching folklore. Or making another movie. There is almost a diagram that could be drawn on a blackboard to show how one thing leads to another, which is the case for The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights #1.
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Many of you would recognize her from the first Anchorman movie. Now that Anchorman 2 is hitting theaters this December, we caught up with actress Darcy Donovan to see if she could recount some past memories from the first movie. Darcy, in true style, was more than happy to chat.
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by Vince Brusio
It’s a brave new world post-Age of Ultron, and Joshua Hale Fialkov wanted to expand on the repercussions as he and artist Leonard Kirk will soon be bringing fans Hunger, a four-issue mini-series that has Galactus descend on Earth for an outdoors buffet.
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Drew Hayes’ Poison Elves is back. The cult classic has not been lost to time. Because of Robb Horan’s dedication, the comic book will once again live for another generation of readers. In this PREVIEWS Exclusive interview, Robb talks about how the project got underway with Ape Entertainment.
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Bad kids get sent to bed early. Bad kids don't get ice cream. Bad kids go to hell, too. And they even go to the movies. Don't believe us? It's true. Antarctic Press debuts Bad Kids Go To Hell 2 in the December PREVIEWS, and the new movie hits theaters December 7th!
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by Vince Brusio
In between a ticket for an airplane, Nathan Edmondson talked to us briefly about his new comic series from Image, The Dream Merchant. While trying not to give away the secret of the man behind the curtain, he does explain that a language barrier can help a story.
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by Vince Brusio
Kill Shakespeare: The Tide of Blood starts the second series of IDW Publishing's critically acclaimed comic that features numerous characters from William Shakespeare's famous plays. Watch our video interview now with writer Anthony Del Col and artist Andy Belanger!
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For The Six Million Dollar Man's 40th anniversary comes the direct continuation of the classic television series with Season 6! PREVIEWSWorld interviews writer James Kuhoric to get the goods on this exciting new series.
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In the tradition of an old Marvel catch phrase (Bring On The Bad Guys!), comics scribe superstar Nick Spencer has upped the ante for bringing pain to your friendly neighborhood Wallcrawler with The Superior Foes of Spider-Man #1.
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by Vince Brusio
Gail Simone does not need an introduction if you like comics about women that kick ass first, and ask questions later. Renowned for her work at DC, she now has taken the torch to write about Red Sonja. In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive, Gail explains how cool it is to bring out the chainmail.
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By Vince Brusio
Image Comics writer Nathan Edmondson talks with PREVIEWSworld about how he coordinates plots in his books with U.S. Military experts. Watch the video now!
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We caught up with Phil Harvey — Coldplay’s creative director — and writer Mark Osborne for insight about the new six-part mini-series Mylo Xyloto solicited from Bongo Comics in the December PREVIEWS catalog. Read on to see how this comic came to fruition!
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Meeting and greeting retailers takes a side road to an old Bugs Bunny/Daffy Duck cartoon and BAM! We have concrete being poured into the foundation for Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner’s new Harley Quinn series for DC Comics!
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by Vince Brusio
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con we finally got to meet Corey Taylor, creator and writer of Dark Horse Comics’ House of Gold & Bones, which ties into Stone Sour’s CD from Roadrunner Records. Watch the YouTube video to see Corey reflect on his new cross-platform project!
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by Vince Brusio
Vocalist Corey Taylor of Stone Sour promoted his new comic book for Dark Horse Comics at this year's New York Comic Con. Excited to talk about writing a comic that ties into his new album, Corey talked with us about the concept of his project, and how he loves stuff by Garth Ennis.
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Simon Spurrier has had several jobs, but none is probably more exciting than his online gig. He's the man in charge of writing Avatar's Crossed online webcomic. But he's also ventured into the print medium, like the upcoming Crossed Annual. We asked Simon to elaborate more on what he's doing with Garth Ennis' legacy.
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by Vince Brusio
Arriving in comic shops this June, Red City is new a sci-fi crime noir series from writer Daniel Corey. Check what he has to say about his new comic and get a look at a few preview pages!
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Dave Dorman has long been known as “the Star Wars guy,” but that label seems to be taking a back seat now that he's re-booting Wasted Lands, and getting involved with Heavy Metal. Check out the YouTube interview!
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Image Comics has added to its roster the mother of all blood n’ bullets books back in black-and-white, with David Lapham giving us an exclusive interview here on why his flagship title is now flying under the big “I” — and how he’s not responsible for collateral damage.
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This July Titan Comics releases both Doctor Who 10th and Doctor Who 11th comic series for readers that can’t make up their minds about which Doctor they love the most. And we got to speak with the writers of both books!
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Dexter: Down Under is the latest Marvel mini-series from Dexter creator Jeff Lindsay. In this exclusive interview, Jeff explains he sees no end to Dexter's killing spree, as killing is his business, and business is ... good.
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Ed Brubaker is not a criminal. But he writes about them. Well. And you don't have to do a key word search for long before you find what you're looking for on Ed Brubaker. The body of work. One of which is Fatale. In this interview, he tells us that he's just getting warmed up.
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by Vince Brusio
Without a doubt, one of the hottest animated show's on Cartoon Network today is The Regular Show. And there's nothing regular about it, which makes life fun for writer K.C. Green, who brings the show's comic book into stores this April. Read all about it in this PREVIEWS Exclusive interview!
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by Vince Brusio
The rise of Valiant Universe’s first super-team is happening now in Harbinger. Writer Joshua Dysart talks with PREVIEWSworld about the new story arc and the upcoming Harbinger #0 issue.
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By Andy Mueller
With Season 9 of 24 coming to Fox this May, writer Ed Brisson helps to cement the opinion that Jack Bauer is the ultimate hero who does the unthinkable. In this interview, read about Ed's upcoming IDW comic that's best described as Season 8.5 of 24!
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The New York Times bestselling author and Eisner Award winner Brad Meltzer knew there were better role models and heroes for his children to emulate. So he's now published two books about America’s most venerated heroes.
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Ah, the 80s. It was the time when movies started making their way to videotape. And now, one of those 80s movies is on its way to comic shops. That movie is Big Trouble in Little China, and we got Eric Powell to talk about it.
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Eric Shanower & Gabriel Rodriguez are about to take Winsor McCay’s classic character on all-new dreams in Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland #1. In this interview, Eric Shanower talks about what can only be called a dream project.
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Max Brooks and Avatar Press have announced Legendary Television and Digital have optioned Extinction Parade as a new television series. Brooks is closely tied to the development of the project and will be writing the Pilot episode.
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Jason Fabok had always dreamed of drawing Batman and now he does as the artist for Detective Comics. PREVIEWSworld talks with Jason about Detective's Special Anniversary issue, his drawing style and much more.
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by Andy Mueller
Piece a girl together and what have you got: Tyler Kirkham's Screwed #1, in which a young lady wakes up in a hospital room covered in scars as if she had been taken apart and put back together again. But it's not a dream. It's happened. The question is, why?
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by Vince Brusio
Writer J. Michael Straczynski may be giving us something sick like we haven’t seen since The Brat Pack. In Sidekick from Image Comics, the story contemplates a lot of “what if” scenarios. This type of storyline is not one you would have seen "back in the day."
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From the anthology series A1 to Monster Massacre, to Sharky, Dave Elliott explains what readers can expect from new books soon coming out from Titan Comics.
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by Vince Brusio
The chance to break out and do something different is what moved Jeph Loeb to pitch to Marvel the story of Nova as a teenager. Read in this interview how he and Ed McGuinness worked together to create a story about Nova before the glory days.
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by Vince Brusio
Jinx. Goldfish. Powers. Ultimate Spider-Man. And now Uncanny X-Men. The resume for Brian Michael Bendis is a long and winding road. But occasionally he stops to refuel, and we were lucky enough to catch him at the gas pump to ask him some questions about his latest gig writing about Marvel's mighty mutants!
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by Vince Brusio
He is the chap that gets to work with Robert Kirkman in creating The Walking Dead universe for those taking a trip to the library. Yes, adventures of survivalists in Kirkman's zombie world also can be read in prose form, and author Jay Bonansinga is the man banging at the keyboard.
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by Vince Brusio
Day Men is a new comic series that’s a product of writers Matt Gagnon and Michael A. Nelson, who were able to lure artist Brian Stelfreeze into the fold to make the artwork as electric as the prose. Now experience what they call "Vampire Noir."
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by Vince Brusio
Take Abbot & Costello Meet Frankenstein and George Romero's classic zombie movies, sew them together, and see the black-and-white corpse which Cullen Bunn calls Night of the Living Deadpool. You'll most likely die laughing.
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by Vince Brusio
Some people always strive to climb the highest mountain — and one of those people is Gale Anne Hurd, the Executive Producer of AMC’s The Walking Dead who (believe it or not) also has her hands in ... comic books!
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At the end of my trip for this year's San Diego Comic Con, I was able to conduct several interviews with the cast, film crew, and Garth Ennis himself to help promote their new movie Stitched, which premiered at the Con, and which would soon spawn a comic book series from Avatar Press. Download the .mp3 interview, and see the YouTube videos that show the movie's trailer, and Garth's interview with PREVIEWSworld.
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by Vince Brusio
Five years after its initial run ended, Geof Darrow’s Shaolin Cowboy returns to Dark Horse as an ongoing series. PREVIEWSworld sat down with Geof Darrow to talk about the return of the former monk-turned-badass.
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by Jennifer Clary
Brian Wood is being very clear about his approach towards making more prominent in his new X-Men series. The chemistry, camaraderie, and chaos is au natural. It is not forced. It is not planned. The X-Men would take care of themselves. No consulting was necessary.
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by Vince Brusio
When the record label Nuclear Blast linked to our article about how Within Temptation was getting involved with a new ongoing comic, we’ve been getting questions from music fans about what other kinds of comics are in circulation for rock bands. Among the answers we gave: Queen. And then we got a hand on a video that blew our minds!
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by Vince Brusio
On January 30th, Tom Taylor delivers Injustice: Gods Among Us #1 from DC Comics, based on the video game from the makers of Mortal Kombat. In this exclusive interview, Taylor talks about how the book was developed, and how he believes it will surpass expectations.
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by Vince Brusio
The First Kingdom is a tale that takes its author back to when he had the stamina and speed of youth. Its roots are in the idea of tall cities first seen by his impressionable twelve year-old eyes. And here's the full story of how the dream became a vision.
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by Vince Brusio
Greg Rucka writes comics. He writes novels. He writes comics that read like novels. Basically, he lays you out, and you wonder how you never saw the first punch coming at your face. But with Dark Horse's Veil, Greg's holding back.
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Question: When is a superhero comic not a superhero comic? Answer: When the protagonist in Reality Check may soon be wearing a straight-jacket.In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive, series writer Glen Brunswick reflects on the importance of one fanboy getting a grip.
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by Vince Brusio
VictoriaCosplay takes her craft very seriously, and has made a name for herself to the point where we just had to showcase her for our fans this Halloween! Read our interview with Victoria to learn more about her thoughts on cosplay, and what she hopes will happen for the hobby's future.
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by Vince Brusio
Of course its always a good time whenever we go to New York Comic Con, but this year is different because we got to hang out with stars from the Syfy TV show Fangasm. This is the crew working with Stan Lee's Comikaze, and guilty of having way too much fun!
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by Vince Brusio
Christopher Golden — writer of the new Sons of Anarchy comic based on the Fox TV show — explained to us here at PREVIEWSworld how the project got going, and a little about what it takes to make characters sound like their TV counterparts.
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by Vince Brusio
Chris Roberson is a big fan of 60s spy shows. The ones that had jingles you could remember. So the question is are you on the same page as Chris Roberson? Were you a fan of The Avengers or Get Smart? If so...meet The Mysterious Strangers.
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The life of a comic book writer. There’s the glory of being at a convention with people wanting your autograph. And then there's the publisher deadlines. Ian Edginton can attest to that as BOOM! wanted a new Steed & Mrs. Peel.
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Get the scoop on who's doing what in the ever-expanding indie universe.
This month: Alan Moore. He's bringing back The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
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J. C. Vaughn, Vice President of Publishing at Gemstone Publishing, is a true foot soldier in the business of comics as his job is to make sure that the annual editions of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide are published on schedule.
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by Vince Brusio
Grammy Award-winning musician Tom Morello is known for his work with Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, The Nightwatchman, and many other projects. Now the rock legend takes on comics, introducing readers to his post-apocalyptic world of Orchid, the new series from Dark Horse. In our exclusive interview, Morello talks about the experience of creating his first comic, one tapping into all of his talents and passions.
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On the back cover of the February 2013 issue of Marvel PREVIEWS, we learned that veteran scribe Jason Aaron had been tapped to write Thanos Rising, which would be shipping to stores in April. In this exclusive interview, we ask Jason about his new gig, and which targets are first in the crosshairs.
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by Vince Brusio
For those fans who thought they had the rug pulled out from under them when The Clone Wars TV series was cancelled, you’ll be happy to know that writer Jeremy Barlow has come to save the day with Star Wars: Darth Maul—Son of Dathomir.
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Scary Godmother creator/writer/artist Jill Thompson talked at this year's San Diego Comic-Con about her book, its crossover to TV on Cartoon Network and how she has her fingers crossed for a new line of merchandise. Hopes are high, and plans are in motion!
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Joe Harris and Michael Walsh were tapped to be the creative team for IDW's The X-Files Season 10. It is a gig they are taking very seriously. The legions of fans who "believe" are watching, and both men take that responsibility seriously. Here's how you prep for the exam the right way.
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by Vince Brusio
Joe Keatinge recently wrapped up Glory, and has since jumped onto a new project for Marvel Comics. You’ll currently finding him hanging upside down in some poorly lit cave thinking about new tortures for the Marvel NOW series, Morbius the Living Vampire.
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by Vince Brusio
J. Michael Straczynski's Image Comics imprint Joe's Comics is off and running with two titles and lots more to come. Watch the PREVIEWSworld interview to learn more about Ten Grand, Sidekick and what's to come!
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It probably helps Ray Fawkes that he never sleeps, for sleep deprivation does things to the mind. Like make you write a lot of comic books! Check out the YouTube video to hear Ray talk more about upcoming perils in the DC universe, including books like Batman: Eternal and Forever Evil: Blight!
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by Vince Brusio
In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman tells how he's back in the saddle again for making more high-caliber mischief for the heroes in a half shell, kicking off the "City Fall" storyline with issue #22 of IDW's ongoing series.
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by Vince Brusio
When not spinning vinyl black circles of his favorite B-sides, Kieron Gillen is unleashing some of the most imaginative storytelling since Grant Morrison's JLA. The man is quite polished. And now yet another flavor of the month is to be introduced to fans with Uber from Avatar Press.
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by Vince Brusio
Astro City is not new to comic fans, but the announcement of the title back at DC is the latest buzz around the water cooler. Kurt Busiek, after a long absence, is back to spin more tales of life in the big city, and the usual gang of suspects have come along to make sure that the joy ride is complete.
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by Vince Brusio
Mark Waid checks his chute before jumping. When an assignment takes him to an altitude that is familiar only to the great ones like Will Eisner and Dave Stevens, he approaches something like The Rocketeer/The Spirit: Pulp Friction with respect and patience.
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by Vince Brusio
Mark Waid has taken on the job of polishing a Gold Key. In other words, one of the old school Gold Key comic book characters — Doctor Spektor — is about to go under the knife from one of this industry's most prolific writers! Put down the waiting room magazine. Here's an early diagnosis on the new series from Dynamite Entertainment!
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We’ve got Mark Waid right where we want him: in a PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview that lets him talk about why he moved the man and the monster into a path of self-destruction. And Bill Bixby made him do it.
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Mark Waid has done it all when it comes to superheroes, and then some. But he's no longer limiting himself to capes and cowls. As he shows with his latest work for Dynamite Entertainment, the new book Mark Waid's Green Hornet shows he has more to talk about than just capes and spandex.
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by Vince Brusio
At San Diego's DC Booth, the mood was anything but forever evil: if anything it was forever funny, because Matt Kindt was eager to joke about how he'd been so lucky to get the opportunities this year to write some of DC's books.
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by Vince Brusio
Many writers struggle for years to find their true voice. That struggle finally came to a conclusive tug of war, and Michael Avon Oeming has pulled the deniers into the mud pit while critics cheer that The Victories is the final pay-off.
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Actor/writer and now Publisher Michael Easton got us up to speed on Blackwatch Comics’ Soul Stealer, the upcoming book Credence, and Christopher Shy’s upcoming book The North End of the World, which debuts at this year’s New York Comic Con.
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by Vince Brusio
Mick Foley is a household name if you’re a fan of WWE entertainment. You may also recognize Mick’s name from the Mankind Chaos! comic book that was published way back in the 1990s. The bottom line is...Mick's back with WWE #1 from Papercutz and Super Genius.
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by Vince Brusio
With issue #7, Mike Costa will replace the departing Jonathan Hickman on Avatar Press' God Is Dead. While Costa will take a "deeper" approach to the story, the book will still be rooted in earth-cracking chaos. Would you expect any different?
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by Vince Brusio
Mike Johnson was given the captain’s chair when the time came for IDW to launch its Star Trek comics. The support he received from CBS and the folks at IDW Publishing were more than enough when it came for Mike to hit warp factor 10…and he’s bouncing along star systems since 2009.
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by Vince Brusio
George Lucas’ original Star Wars was not what fans saw on the silver screen. It is, however, what fans saw in Dark Horse’s The Star Wars series, and artist Mike Mayhew weighed in on the project now that the hardcover's coming to comic shops.
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Baltimore Comic Con finally took off. Big time. Not to say the show wasn’t a blast before. It was. But this year he was treated to an experience that took all of us veterans by surprise. It was the turnout. It felt like San Diego. And that's saying something.
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Dave Dorman cannot be found these days working on Indiana Jones, Batman, or Superman. That chapter is over. Now the renowned painter focuses more on his creator-owned projects and Star Wars artwork. The exclusive interview he gave PREVIEWSworld at San Diego Comic Con examines his latest fine art piece, Moon of Endor.
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Dan DiDio and Jim Lee from DC Comics talked with PREVIEWSworld at New York Comic Con about what's on the horizon for the New 52! Watch the video now!
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Girls, girls, girls from the Grimm Fairy Tales universe is what comes to mind when one thinks of Zenescope Entertainment. Girls and monsters, if we wanted to be specific. But with the new four-issue limited series Realm Knights announced, we asked writer Pat Shad to give us the lowdown on what seems to be a new team book.
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by Vince Brusio
In this exclusive interview with Outcast's artist, Paul Azaceta, we learn that a man who’s been living with demons all his life must finally find the courage to say “enough is enough!”
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Paul Dini has worked on an adventure for “The Fishnets Brigade” for a long time, and now the wait is finally over with the arrival of Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell, an original graphic novel from DC Comics. Check out this exclusive PREVIEWSworld interview!
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Paul Jenkins is the kind of guy that likes to tinker with things. He’ll fill a race car with jet fuel, and take it for a spin to see if the speedometer becomes irrelevant. Thus, Tomorrowland was born as Paul drives very fast, and paved roads no longer float his boat.
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by Vince Brusio
His job gives him the best of both worlds. Comics scribe Jeff Lemire reflects on how writing books like Constantine and Justice League Dark for DC Comics is just as fulfilling as writing The Underwater Welder for Top Shelf. He can pick and choose. And he likes it that way.
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by Vince Brusio
The video in this article captures “The Talking Dead Live” panel held at 4 pm on Saturday, February 25, at the Image Expo in Oakland, CA. Panelists included Robert Kirkman, Steven Yeun, and Norman Reedus.
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Alyssa Milano had an idea. But she wanted to deliver it in the purest form of passion. Equally important to her was to maintain the integrity of her concept. So she had a meeting with Archaia Entertainment, and the end result was her new comic book, Hacktivist.
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At the Image Expo in Oakland, CA, PREVIEWSworld caught up with Joe Casey and Steven Seagle to hear them talk about things like Ben 10, Generator Rex, and their recent work on Ultimate Spider-man for Marvel and Disney XD.
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PREVIEWSworld was given an exclusive interview with Morning Glories & Thief of Thieves writer Nick Spencer at this year's Image Expo. Nick was kind enough to share his thoughts, his approach to writing comics, and what fans can expect in the future.
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Check out this exclusive video interview with Sina Grace, the artist for Image Comics’ The Li’l Depressed Boy! Plus, news on how issue #10 features special guest appearance by Childish Gambino!
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by Vince Brusio
You may ask from time to time if there is such thing as a pocket universe. A time/space continuum where the sun rises and sets on 38 hour days. If such a dimension exists, IDW’s Chris Ryall has found it and set up a beach house, where in between running IDW he’s also writing about zombies and aliens in The Colonized.
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by Vince Brusio
On November 28th Dynamite Entertainment will deliver a crossover that’s nothing short of a ticket to the time machine. Golden Age pulp/radio characters that were also stars of weekend serial adventures have been brought together by Chris Roberson and Alex Ross for the 8-issue mini-series Masks. Publisher Nick Barrucci was kind enough to put us in touch with both Chris and Alex!
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by Vince Brusio
To celebrate the success of The Walking Dead comic book and TV show, as well as Image Comics' 20th Anniversary, PREVIEWSworld editor Vince Brusio trekked to this year's Image Expo to film an exclusive video interview with Robert Kirkman, who talks about the convention, the industry, the AMC series, and Robert's comic book tales.
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by Vince Brusio
David Wohl's been around comics since he did a high school internship at Marvel. Since then, he served a good many years working at Top Cow, moving the needle on titles like Witchblade. Now he spreads his wings further on a new book for Aspen.
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by Vince Brusio
Check out the video that unveils how writer Joe Keatinge brought back the Extreme character Glory in a new ongoing series for Image Comics. Great things are on the way — Hell Yeah!
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by Vince Brusio
Some comic fans are very vocal about their passion for comics. One fan granted us this exclusive interview, and it was none other than The Carrie Diaries' own Maggie Landers herself, Katie Findlay!
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Acclaimed author Kevin J. Anderson and Rush drummer Neil Peart have joined forces to create a comic adaptation of the Clockwork Angels novel, which was based on the same-titled concept album released in 2012.
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Black Mask Studios give writer Matt Miner and lead singer Karl Buechner an opportunity to turn the tables on animal cruelty with the upcoming Liberator/Earth Crisis mini-series. Check out this exclusive interview!
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Zenescope Entertainment is about to unroll new titles, and some of those books include Robyn Hood and Godstorm from writer Pat Shand. But Pat is not only driving the train on two new titles for Zenescope, he's also their first full-time writer.
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by Vince Brusio
In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, writer Sam Humphries talks about how he envisioned a new Uncanny title playing out in the Marvel NOW universe. The book was first thought of as James Bond directed by David Lynch. And from there, buildings began to crumble.
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by Vince Brusio
Tom Taylor, the writer of DC's Injustice has something very different coming out in April with The Deep: The Vanishing Island. It is the second graphic novel in Taylor’s award-winning series, and it's just been optioned for an animated series.
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by Vince Brusio
In stores 11/21! Writer Grace Randolph and artist Russell Dauterman answer questions about life in Supurbia. Their new ongoing title for BOOM! Studios focuses on life for crime-fighters once the capes come off, and life in the suburbs replaces problems with the bad guys.
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by Vince Brusio
Rick Remender is now the writer for Marvel’s Uncanny Avengers. It’s a big project for him, and he's careful to explain it's not a new universe. He's expanding on past history. He wants to make it better, stronger, faster. Read on to see how this new gig suits him.
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by Vince Brusio
This is a character that most readers today won’t know because they weren’t even born when Miss Fury was cracking Nazi jaw bones. So how does Mr. Williams take one of the oldest pulp characters in history and make her stand out in a world full of drones and laser beams?
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by Vince Brusio
Annoying Orange voice/creator Daneboe and actor Tobuscus from the Cartoon Network TV show posed for pictures with us and received fan artwork during their 2:30pm signing on Thursday at the San Diego Comic Con.
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PREVIEWSworld caught up with Vince Hernandez, Frank Mastromauro, and David Wohl at the Aspen booth to talk about what’s been a long time coming for Michael Turner fans: the All-New Fathom #1.
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He’s the writer at Marvel who never seems to sleep. The writer who probably writes in his sleep. He’s Brian Michael Bendis, and no sooner had he wrapped up work on Age of Ultron, he’s now on the front lines of Marvel's X-Men: Battle of the Atom.
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We were able to catch up with Heavy Metal publisher and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator Kevin Eastman while he signed books and posters. Kevin didn’t pull punches as he laid out that he was the luckiest guy in the world.
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McFarlane Toys is known for its cutting edge designs and articulation. What we were able to learn in a video interview at San Diego Comic-Con is that company founder Todd McFarlane had a few words to say about his new toys for Assassin's Creed and The Walking Dead.
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In an unflinching candid interview, lead singer of Say Anything Max Bemis gives us the real story on how he ties himself down to be a creative force for the new BOOM! Studios comic book, Polarity. Max is not the kind of person to pull punches, and this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive proves it.
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By Vince Brusio
The doors open, and the people start filing in. Loud speakers repeat for the first half hour, "Please do not run in the exhibit hall!" It's preview night at San Diego Comic Con. Finally!
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The women who dress for this occasion never cease to amaze me, because while they walk around the floors dressed to kill and pose for a hundred pictures, they ALWAYS maintain their makeup.
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Actor Michael Rooker stopped by the Marvel booth on Friday to help promote the August release of Guardians of the Galaxy, in which he plays the character Yondu.
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He has been around for decades, and is testament to the rewards of hard work, perseverance, and passion. He is Orlando Jones. And he caught up with us at SDCC to say in a candid interview that he's also a stone cold comic geek.
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So much to do in so little time: that’s the best way to describe the activity on the floor, at the panels, and what you’ll see when crossing train tracks to get to the Gaslamp section for a bite to eat.
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Artist Tula Lotay took time out of her busy signing schedule at the Image booth to talk about her work with Warren Ellis on their new book Supreme: Blue Rose.
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As San Diego Comic Con winds down, the interviews take on a different tone. They become less formal and more friendly. Such was the case with the fun-loving Benchwarmer girls, who laughed, joked, and stole our hearts at the Diamond booth.
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We spoke with Nathan Edmondson at San Diego Comic Con this past summer where he was able to leak that Where Is Jake Ellis? was on the horizon from Image Comics. Now the book is out. Time for another roller coaster! So what moves Nathan to produce such turmoil? We set to find out.
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by Vince Brusio
Alan Robert is one of many musicians who are now spreading their wings in the comic book "all-fly" zone, and with his new book Killogy from IDW Publishing hitting the streets, we took a couple of minutes to pick Alan's brain on where he's been, and where he's going.
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by Vince Brusio
Having written Doctor Who to DC's Action Comics, Paul Cornell is no stranger to switching gears when it comes to getting into the heads of characters. But for Marvel's latest Wolverine series, it appears readers will see less thought balloons, and more slug fests!
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by Vince Brusio
Vampires and zombies. If you’re a horror buff, it’s a double shot of fearful fun. Probably something you’d see on those DVDs at the store where several Hollywood movies are now being packaged on one disc. But with Max Brooks’ The Extinction Parade #1, there’s no need for a DVD player.
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by Vince Brusio
Simon Spurrier writes a lot of comic books. And he's not one for labels. One minute he's on X-Men, the next he's writing horror (Crossed), and then the next he's taking a pulp character from the 30s and doing Six-Gun Gorilla for BOOM! Studios. Would you like to know more?
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by Vince Brusio
Steve Niles is a name most people associate with scary things like vampires, and other monstrosities that go bump in the night. And that’s a good thing. Having a rep that says you can make people’s skin crawl in means plenty of people line up to buy your books, which is sure to happen with Niles’ latest project Chin Music. Hollywood liking it, Niles asserts, is secondary.
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by Vince Brusio
The Walking Dead writer/creator Robert Kirkman talked with PREVIEWSworld at Comic-Con 2012 about issue #100, the television series and all the other projects he is working on.
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While plans are underway for Sidekick to debut at San Diego Comic Con this summer, and Alone and Protectors, Inc. in the Fall, the first book to roll out from J. Michael Straczynski's Joe's Comics imprint is Ten Grand, with art by Ben Templesmith.
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by Vince Brusio
Terry Moore says if you watch all the action movies these days, you're being told it's a tough world. So he ran with that action line when it came to creating a new book. Romance was no longer the flavor of the day. Now...it was horror.
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Once in a while a comic book comes along that turns our heads around like Linda Blair in The Exorcist. And Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth is that comic book. An instant sell-out, is Todd Charlie Brown for a new generation that’s growing up on Adult Swim?
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by Vince Brusio
In this exclusive interview with writer Rick Remender we learn about his new ongoing series Black Science from Image Comics. The new project promises to shatter expectations, and Rick goes on a limb to tell everyone that the book is #1 with a bullet.
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by Vince Brusio
A Christian metalcore band that developed a zombie comic book and mobile zombie game downloadable through i-Tunes caught the attention of PREVIEWSworld writer Vince Brusio. The zombie comic's artist, he learned, was Kevin Mellon, who works with Blair Butler on the Image comic Heart. A story was in order, as well as another chance to headbang!
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by Vince Brusio
David Lapham cut his teeth on his indy book Stray Bullets, and he hasn't stopped his verbal rampage since he moved on to other projects. David has been tearing things up recently for Avatar Press with Caligula and his Crossed books Family Ties and Pychopath. Now the writer has some more red meat to chew.
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It was announced by Image Comics this year that writer Ed Brubaker was signing a five-year exclusive deal with the publisher. His charge was to do what he wanted to do, and have fun doing it.
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Eisner Award-Winning writer Mark Waid talks with PREVIEWSworld about what's in store for Daredevil and his new digital comics on Thrillbent. Watch the video now!
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Mike Wolfer — a veteran writer and artist who frequently cooks up nightmares under the Avatar Press banner — spoke with us at New York Comic Con to announce that he had taken the reins from Warren Ellis to produce the ongoing series Gravel: Combat Magician.
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by Vince Brusio
While metal heads around the world rejoiced at Rick Rubin's press conference that announced the reunion of Black Sabbath, I typed on my PC that Testament and Anthrax helped me to play a variation of the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, which I’m calling The Six Degrees of Alex Ross.
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by Vince Brusio
Every dog has his day, but only one has a time machine. And that dog appears in his own movie next year with the release of Mr. Peabody & Sherman from Dreamworks Animation. In this interview, Jay Ward's daughter Tiffany Ward talks about the film, and her role in continuing her father's legacy.
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by Vince Brusio
All that’s missing is the soda and the popcorn. A reservoir of one-liners. Buckets of blood for Sam Raimi. And, of course, the uncomfortable silence when boy meets girl, and both are armed and dangerous. That’s what’s on the menu for Tim Seeley’s Army of Darkness vs. Hack/Slash #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.
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by Vince Brusio
Tim Seeley’s fondness for the “good old days” has led him to write the Chaos! mini-series for Dynamite Entertainment, which brings back Chastity, Purgatory, and Evil Ernie from Brian Pulido’s Chaos! Comics Universe.
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The first arc of Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth from Image Comics is done and an even more irreverent and politically incorrect arc is on the way. Watch our interview with writer Ken Kristensen!
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Iron Man 3 hits theaters May 3rd, but the excitement for ol' Shellhead will be compounded by Kieron Gillen’s story arc in the Iron Man comic book for Marvel NOW. As he explains in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, the timing is ideal for a new look at Tony's roots.
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by Vince Brusio
George Lucas' original Star Wars script has been locked away until Editor/Writer John W. Rinzler showed how it could work as a comic book. Now an 8-issue Dark Horse mini-series is on the way, and a YouTube trailer just hit the Web.
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by Vince Brusio
Western-themed comics are not common reading fare today, yet The Sixth Gun from Oni Press has done remarkably well, and a new spin-off is testament to its popularity. We asked the creators of the new series, Sons of the Gun, to weigh in on how things were going with the book, and what they thought of the TV treatment.
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by Vince Brusio
Brian Michael Bendis has been tearing it up in the new Age of Ultron series, and many of us wanted to know if he may be able to shed a little light on the chaos he’s created over at the House of Ideas. Rumors are swirling online about what lies at the end of the tunnel.
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by Vince Brusio
Max Brooks has been in the news lately because World War Z starring Brad Pitt hit theaters this year, and the film is based on Brook's same-titled book. But now Max Brooks asks to imagine a world where zombies not only threaten us...but vampires.
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by Vince Brusio
Victor Gischler has his wife to thank for one of his latest blessings. Since his better half is a huge Buffyverse fan, he was biased towards characters in the Whedonverse. And now Victor Gischler is directing a season of a TV show…in a comic book.
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Many of you probably know writer Cullen Bunn from his work on Oni Press' The Sixth Gun series. But now the writer has a new project in the can that doesn't involve arid deserts, gunplay, and cowboys. This time we travel back to when vikings did the killing.
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by Vince Brusio
Vitriol the Hunter is a new IDW vampire book from Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin, and co-writer Brent Allen. With issue #1 set to come out on February 20th, we wanted to pick the creators’ brains and ask how they worked together to make this new six-issue series that — they say — can go on for 60 issues!
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by Vince Brusio
Landry Q. Walker and Eric Jones talk with PREVIEWSworld about the thrill ride they are on creating Danger Club from Image Comics. Watch the video now!
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Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay have a new book out for Image Comics, and it’s set the Internet on fire with rumor, speculation, and all-out geek meltdowns. Everyone wants to know what the inside dirt is on Supreme: Blue Rose. So we asked.
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Welcome to Craw County, Alabama, home of Boss BBQ, the state champion Runnin’ Rebs football team ... and more bastards than you’ve ever seen. Writer Jason Aaron talked with us about what readers can expect from Southern Bastards #1.
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The third volume of Darwyn Cooke’s adaptation of Richard Stark’s Parker is out. Cooke talked with PREVIEWSworld about the book, Free Comic Book Day, and more. Watch the video now!
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Michael Moreci’s Hoax Hunters has recently come on the radar as more than just an unidentified flying object. To put it bluntly, in Morecai’s words, Hoax Hunters has taken hold because of its appeal: its "The X-Files for the reality TV generation."
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by Vince Brusio
The Dutch metal band Within Temptation toured the east coast of the United States in early September to support their horror comic series and same-titled fifth CD release The Unforgiving. PREVIEWSworld's Vince Brusio writes how the comic was first picked up by the July PREVIEWS catalog, and how it ties into the launch for Diamond Digital at this year's New York Comic Con.
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Symphonic rock band Within Temptation unleashes their new full-color comic The Unforgiving as a tie-in to their hit concept album. See the latest video from that album here! In The Unforgiving, Mother Maiden recruits lost souls to be part of her wraith taskforce to fight evil in all its forms. They each carry guilt about something they did in their lives. And from there, it gets worse.
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PREVIEWSworld talks with VP of BroadSword Comics Holly Golightly and listens to her dish on how she got started in the comic industry. Holly tells all, and reflects on her hopes and expectations for women in comics.
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Two young men come into their own as heroes, neither one fully aware of how different yet similar they both are in thought, and deeds. It is a window through time that writer Greg Pak has chosen to show us, as he pulls back the curtain and talks about Batman/Superman for The New 52.
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by Vince Brusio
Zenescope's Jennifer Bermel talks with PREVIEWSworld about the licensing work they are doing with Discovery Channel and History Channel, and with their own properties. Watch the video now!
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He’s a shuffling corpse that was more than happy to talk to us once he found his jaw on the floor. Actually, his vocal chords worked just fine because it is only on the set of The Walking Dead that actor Michael Koske is reduced to grunts and groans.
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by Vince Brusio