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Petition Launched for PG-13 “Deadpool” Cut
Many rejoiced when the Ryan Reynolds film got the R rating it deserved, but one YouTube star has decided to step up for younger fans.
NYCC: BOOM! Studios Takes Manhattan
BOOM! Studios EIC Matt Gagnon welcomed Bryce Carlson, Filip Sablik and "Supurbia" writer Grace Randolph to New York Comic Con to discuss new projects including more "Adventure Time."
Grace Randolph Goes Beneath The Surface of “Supurbia”
The superheroes-meets-suburban drama from BOOM! Studios is set to return as an ongoing, and writer Grace Randolph tells CBR about the other side of a super love triangle, a hidden traitor and more.
Comics A.M. | Mark Waid celebrates 25 years in the industry
Creators | Although he almost missed the anniversary, Mark Waid celebrates 25 years as a comics professional by recalling his first day of work at the DC Comics offices: “If …
Grace Randolph Takes “Supurbia” Ongoing
The breakout BOOM! Studios series about the spouses of superheroes facing down dangerous forces in the suburbs, Grace Randolph's "Supurbia" is going monthly this year, and the writer explains her ever-changing world of heroes.
Supurbia #1 and the over-analogued superhero industry
Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen—specifically Alan Moore’s side of it—was Topic A in comics circle for a few weeks after DC announced Before Watchmen a while back (10 years, …
NYCC: Women of Marvel
The final day of New York Comic Con began with the Women of Marvel panel. Grace Randolph, Colleen Coover, Christina Strain, and more spoke about breaking in, favorite titles, and how to bring more female readers into the fold.
EXCLUSIVE: “Her-Oes” Hit Marvel
The female members of the Avengers get a high school makeover courtesy of Grace Randolph and Craig Rosseau with teenage Janet Van Dyne and Jenny Walters teaming to face adolescent drama and superhero action.
Randolph and Mebberson talk “Muppet Peter Pan”
Boom! Studios' "Muppet Peter Pan" #1 hits stores today, starring Kermit the Frog as the boy who refuses to grow up. CBR spoke with the creative team of Grace Randolph and Amy Mebberson about the four-issue miniseries.