Jim Zub talks Conan: Serpent War, which teams Moon Knight and Conan with two Robert E. Howard characters making their Marvel Universe debut.
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
Alex Segura and Monica Gallagher discuss their ComiXology Original, The Black Ghost, a tale about a reporter, a masked vigilante and a corrupt city.
Savage Avengers writer Gerry Duggan reveals where Conan is headed next in the Marvel Universe, who he'll encounter, and the book's new art team.
Writer Dan Slott talks Ultron's plans for Tony Stark and the Pym family, and how they lead into 2020, a pivotal year in Iron Man lore.
Al Ewing talks pitting the Immortal Hulk against the all powerful Shadow Base, the godly might of Carnage, and the fundamental forces of the universe.
Writer Ed Brisson discusses the family dynamics, continuity deep dives, infernal intrigues and familiar faces of Marvel's upcoming Ghost Rider series.
Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman pull back the curtain on Absolute Carnage, where they're ensnaring Marvel's heroes and villains in a web of cosmic horror.
Al Ewing and Jason Aaron talk Valkyrie: Jane Foster, which finds Jane navigating the worlds of a superhero, afterlife emissary and NYC morgue doctor.
Greg Pak teases what's to come when he takes over Marvel's Star Wars comics, including more Luke training and some Han and Leia moments.
CBR takes a look at some of the fantasy comics being published by Marvel and Image Comics, and what the genre's resurgence means for the medium.
Gerry Duggan digs into Kulan Gath's plans for Conan and the Savage Avengers, and the new characters destined to be drawn into the plot.
They save the world, but in the process DC's Legends of Tomorrow experience a tragic membership change.
Mark Waid, Al Ewing & Jim Zub discuss setting up new eras for Hercules and Vision, and fans' belief the series meant death for an Avenger.
Mark Waid, Al Ewing and Jim Zub talk the final climatic battle of Avengers: No Road Home, which was set in a literal House of Ideas.
Writer Al Ewing shares insight into Immortal Hulk, from the return of Rick Jones to an antagonist who will serve as the character's 'opposite number.'
Al Ewing opens up on recent revelations about the Immortal Hulk’s motivations and how the Devil Hulk persona comes into play.
Mark Waid, Al Ewing and Jim Zub talk bringing Conan the Barbarian back into Marvel Universe continuity in Avengers: No Road Home.
Gerry Duggan spills the secrets on War of the Realms Punisher, which pits Frank Castle and a unit of armed criminals against a monstrous army.
Tom Brevoort opens up about Fantastic Four #10, a War of the Realms tie-in where the FF will defend their new home.
Jason Aaron discusses Thor's War of the Realms tie-in that takes readers behind enemy lines with Asgard's God of Fear, Cul Borson.