Rick Remender discusses Syfy's Deadly Class adaptation, the comic's next arc, and the other projects coming from Giant Generator.
When Dave Richards was a young boy his mother bought him several comics as a way of encouraging a love of reading. She was successful in her endeavor, but she also created a lifelong comics fan. In the early 2000s he began writing about comics for CBR shortly after earning his journalism degree from the University of Michigan’s Dearbon campus, and in 2005 he took over the site’s Marvel Comics beat and continues to write about their books to this day. He’s also a frequent contributor to Macmillan Publishing’s crime fiction blog, Criminal Element, where he frequently writes about comics and the other areas of pop culture they inspire.
Articles by Dave Richards
Greg Pak talks Hulkverines, a miniseries that pits Weapon H against the two beings who inspired his creation, Wolverine and the Immortal Hulk.
CBR examines the cocktail of scientific, psychological and supernatural horror that makes Immortal Hulk such an exciting take on the character.
Writer Christos Gage talks with CBR about bringing Spider-Geddon to a close, and continuing Otto Octavius' adventures in Superior Spider-Man.
Dan Slott chats about the Fantastic Four wedding between the Thing and Alicia Masters, as well as the next Doctor Doom and Galactus-heavy arc.
Invaders writer Chip Zdarsky explains how Namor's aggressive stance against the surface world puts him at odds with his former WWII comrades.
Saladin Ahmed chats about his plans for Miles Morales: Spider-Man, which include high school drama and encounters with Captain America.
Tom Taylor explains what to expect from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, and shares some of Juann Cabal's art from the series.
Frank Castle, the Punisher, stands to become an even bigger fixture in the Marvel Universe... and that makes perfect, bloody sense.
Al Ewing, Jim Zub and Mark Waid talk Avengers: No Road Home, a tale that takes a small band of heroes on an epic journey full of surprises.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow makes the Arrowverse a much more magical place with this week's episode by confirming the existence of Swamp Thing.
Nick Spencer talks Peter Parker's relationship with Mary Jane Watson and his plans for the Black Cat in the current arc of Amazing Spider-Man.
Kelly Thompson discusses her new Captain Marvel series, in which the title character returns to Earth and reconnects with familiar faces.
Jen and Sylvia Soska discuss their new Black Widow ongoing, in which their title character heads to Madripoor to tear down a network of evil.
Tim Seeley talks Hack/Slash vs. Chaos, a series that pits the stars of his creator-owned series against the monstrous antiheroes of Chaos! Comics.
Nick Spencer discusses kicking off his Archie run with the milestone issue #700, and how it compares to the CW's Riverdale.
Writer Leah Williams and artist Chris Bachalo discuss their upcoming one-shot X-Men Black: Emma Frost.
Ed Brisson talks about how his X-Force will reunite the classic team to hunt Cable's killer, a younger version of the hero dubbed "Kid Cable."
Black Mask Studios is set to revive the canceled-too-soon TV series Sweet/Vicious, about vigilantes avenging sexual assault survivors, as a comic.
Al Ewing, Chip Zdarsky, Gerry Duggan and Jason Latour talk The Best Defense event, which reunites the original cast of Marvel's Defenders.