CBR presents an exclusive preview of Immortal Hulk #1, along with inside info and commentary from series writer, Al Ewing.
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
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The writers of No Surrender and editor Tom Brevoortlook back on bringing the massive event to life and tease the Avengers' various futures.
Rick Remender talks to CBR about the explosive revelations he and artist Wes Craig have planned for the current arc of Deadly Class.
Chip Zdarsky opens up on Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man, where Spidey, his long lost sister and Jonah Jameson are traveling through time.
Jason Aaron breaks down the lineup for his and Ed McGuinness' Avengers, including iconic heroes, fan favorites, and one incredibly powerful rookie.
Greg Pak chats about the current arc of Incredible Hulk, which pits the dark half of Amadeus Cho's totally awesome alter ego against the Marvel Universe.
Al Ewing, Jim Zub, and Mark Waid talk the sacrifices, big choices and returns in Avengers #688, the latest chapter of their 16-part No Surrender epic.
Rodney Barnes talks Lando: Double Or Nothing, Marvel's new comic that details the titular gambler's exploits prior to Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Donny Cates talks his new Venom series, which begins with a story that pits the title characters against Miles Morales... and horrific new foe.
Tom Brevoort discusses Marvel's new Avengers series, the threats the team will face, and a possible team up with the Avengers of 1,000,000 B.C.
Runaways writer Rainbow Rowell talks the series' new arc, where the reunited team discovers they can't simply go back to the way things were.
Charles Soule talks end of Poe Dameron's current mission, and the next arc that shows the unseen role Black Squadron played in The Force Awakens.
Sina Grace talks the final issue of Iceman and looks back at the series, which followed the frozen X-Man on his journey of superheroics and self discovery.
Mark Waid, Jim Zub and Al Ewing open up about Hulk's return and the revelation of Voyager's true identity in CBR's latest look at Avengers: No Surrender.
Jim Zub, Thony Silas and C.B. Cebulski talk Mystery In Madripoor, where the Hunt for Wolverine leads several X-Women on a chase for their resurrected teammate.
Tony Stark: Iron Man writer Dan Slott opens up about his Fresh Start Marvel series, which blends sci-fi and superheroics.
Kieron Gillen talks his latest Star Wars arc, where a diplomatic mission to Admiral Ackbar's homeworld turns into an action packed nightmare for the Rebellion.
Dan Slott talks bringing his 10 year run on Amazing Spider-Man to a close with the epic “Go Down Swinging Arc,” and a final celebratory coda issue #801
Gerry Duggan talks to CBR about Analog, his new Image Comics series where internet sabotage has made protecting secrets a dangerous business.