Latest 'ravine' news
Co-Signing for Co-Writing
Ron Marz avoided co-writing for most of his career, but two recent project have him rethinking his views on sharing the credits box.
Stjepan Sejic mixes sexuality, heroes & humor in digital sketches
Sex and superheroes are a potentially dangerous combination, as controversies over the past couple of years involving depictions of Superman and Wonder Woman, Batman and Catwoman, and Starfire have demonstrated …
Diary of a Convention Visit
Ron shares his con diary from Cleveland Comic Con in a bonus column featuring a visit to the Superman house and time with Green Lantern collaborator Darryl Banks.
SDCC: Matt Hawkins Reveals Top Cow’s Big Plans
Matt Hawkins spoke with CBR about Top Cow's Comic-Con announcements, touching on everything from "Teen Witchblade" and "Aphrodite IX" to a slate of new Minotaur Press series' and a "Darkness" film.
To Binge, or Not to Binge, That is the Question
With the entire first season of "House of Cards" available to stream on Netflix and the first "Ravine" graphic novel on sale now, Ron examines the increasing trend toward "binge" consuming.
Sejic Guides The Fantastic Characters of “Ravine”
Creator Stjepan Sejic takes readers on a guided tour of the characters filling "Ravine," his Top Cow fantasy graphic novel series co-written with Ron Marz.
“Ravine” is a Fantasy for Sejic & Marz
"Witchblade" and "Artifacts" collaborators Stjepan Sejic and Ron Marz unveil their new project "Ravine," a fantasy-based series of graphic novels that will push Sejic to his artistic limits.
Welcome to My Fantasy
This week Ron talks about seeing "The Fellowship of the Ring" for the first time, his introduction to Tolkien and "The Hobbit," and his new fantasy series with Stjepan Sejic, "Ravine."
Image Comics Solicitations For February, 2013
Image Comics has provided CBR with their complete February solicitations featuring covers and previews for "Chew," "Cyber Force," "It Girl & The Atomics," "Spawn" and many more.
Failure to Collaborate
What happens when creators on the same book just can't get along? Ron Marz looks at the collaborative nature of comic books and some of these reasons writer-artist pairings go awry.