Interviews
Deep Thoughts Unearthing A Lost City

Angst, self-consciousness, and inexperience work against the mission of teenagers who try to find a friend in The Lost City Explorers #1 from Aftershock Comics. Read our interview with writer Zack Kaplan!

A Bug Goes Through The Allreds

In shops April 25! They have been a staple of comic book culture for decades, and now in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview the Allreds talk about getting behind Bug!: The Adventures of Forager TP.

Sucked Into Soul-Searching Sanpaku

Removed from your own body while conscious can be considered a near-death experience...or Kate Gavino's Sanpaku from BOOM! Studios. See what we mean in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Another Crazy Ecstatic Ether Binge

Jazz music, whether written or drawn, has structure. No matter how surreal, the entertaining evidence is found in Matt Kindt and David Rubin's Ether: The Copper Golems #1. Read our PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Downsized Disarray For Ant-Man And The Wasp

Is it true that two heroes are bickering and fighting like an old married couple in Ant-Man & Wasp #1? The answer is "yes" according to writer Mark Waid. Read the interview! Get the dirt!

Nancy May Have Drew The Shortest Straw

Nancy Drew is seventeen and good at solving crimes. So she better hope that she solves the one that has her marked for death in Nancy Drew #1 by Kelly Thompson, which she previews in this new interview!

Sword And Daughter For Pain And Parenthood

The fear of parenting collides with the pain of survival in Sword Daughter #1 from Dark Horse Comics, and creators Brian Wood and Mack Chater talk about it in this PREVIEWSworld exclusive interview!

Magic With Muscle Cuts Loose In Coda

Gasoline is to Mad Max what magic is to Coda, the new fantasy twelve-issue series from BOOM! Studios from writer Si Spurrier. Read our PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Reflections Right Or Wrong Mirror New Star Trek

Off-road racing moves writers Scott and David Tipton to write about strange highways lit up by rear view reflective starlight in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Through The Mirror #1. Read their PREVIEWSworld interview!

Charlie's Angels Dare To Be Liberated

The original Angels, Jill, Kelly, and Sabrina travel back to the swingin' 70s, and reclaim their title of butt-kicking, crime-fighting, mold-breaking lady detectives! Read this interview with writer John Layman!

Blackwood Smells Like Teen Spirit On Tide Pods

Scarred by The Haunted Mansion and harkening back to Hectic Planet, Evan Dorkin takes teens into a thousand traps with Blackwood #1 from Dark Horse Comics. Read our PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Love Liberates in Lumberjanes

Working on an independent comic series over a period of years is no small feat. In the case of Lumberjanes #50 it lets us talk to Editor Dafna Pleban in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Noah's Ark Not Exclusive

Cullen Bunn and Juan Doe discuss their work on Dark Ark Volume 1 from AfterShock, a fantasy horror graphic novel following the Shrae - a wizard tasked with building an ark to save unnatural creatures of the world!

Cold & Dead Is What Made Men Scatter

Her name is Jutte Shelley, and, yes, you’re supposed to catch the reference given that she’s a descendent of the Frankenstein family. Read about her and her band of Made Men in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview!

Holmes Hounded By Home-Grown Horrors

Hardwired to solve crime in the way that London’s finest can never duplicate, the world’s most famous detective is nevertheless without fault, as writer Leah Moore explains in this exclusive interview!

Legend Forged In Red Sonja/Tarzan

Who doesn’t like to see sparks fly? Especially when those sparks fly from an untested forging of Robert E. Howard and Edgar Rice Burroughs? Read what writer Gail Simone has to say about Red Sonja/Tarzan #1!

Ryan O'Sullivan In The Age Of Fire

In anticipation for the release of their latest Dark Souls tie-in comic, Age of Fire #1, Titan Comics speaks to writer Ryan O'Sullivan about the creativity behind the series!

Keeping Up With Jones

This spring, Rebellion brings Alan Moore and Ian Gibson’s The Ballad of Halo Jones back to print in three volumes, and colourist Barbara Nosenzo explains how she remastered the series!

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