Writer Richard Kadrey talks to CBR about his plans for Vertigo's "Lucifer," and why he's never seen the devil as evil.
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CBR has the first interview with Neal Holman, Clayton McCormack and Kelly Fitzpatrick, the team behind Oni's new sci-fi comedy "Redline."
The married co-writers talk pitting Zim against Dib on the most dangerous battlefield of them all...
Kurtis J. Wiebe spoke about balancing comedy and tragedy, the future of the Queens in other media, and "the weirdest thing I've ever written."
Five independent creators talk about risking their career on comics, the perils of branching out, and what keeps them going in the industry.
David Walker, Erica Henderson and others discuss and debate the importance of recognizing the comic book industry's growing diversity.
Chris Roberson and Paolo Rivera take Hellboy back to the Eisenhower administration and fight a monster straight out of a 1950s creature feature.
The artist discusses her role on the new DC Digital First series, spinning out of the CBS TV show, and the secret to creating a great cover.
Peter Tomasi explains how he merges historical fact with supernatural fiction for his upcoming Dark Horse Comics series.
Writer Eric Heisserer tells CBR about his reimagining of the original "Lone Wolf & Cub" manga, starring a kid and a samurai at the end of the world.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Ibrahim Moustafa, Jen Van Meter and Gary Phillips discuss women and minorities' comics treatment, and how to write them as characters.
Creator Jhonen Vasquez discusses how "Invader Zim" has changed -- and remained the same -- during its transition from cartoon to Oni Press comic.
CBR spoke with the creative team bringing Jhonen Vasquez's would-be world conqueror to the comics page about Zim's new plans for Earth.
Known to fill their work with music references, Matt Fraction & Kieron Gillen discuss the artists who inspire and affect them, and the tunes they write to.
Don Rosa explains the importance of Fantagraphics' recolored and remastered Duck books, and how he followed in Barks' legendary footprints.
"Shaft" comic book writer David Walker and Dynamite Entertainment editor Joe Rybandt discuss the legacy of Ernest Tidyman's John Shaft.
Image creators, including Kelly Sue DeConnick and Kurt Busiek, talked editorial control, tropes and paper stock during the Q&A session.
Chuck Palahniuk, Cameron Stewart and David Mack broke a cardinal rule in discussing the secrets of the comic book sequel to the acclaimed novel and movie.
Rachel Edidin and Miles Stokes reveal the uncanny origin of their podcast devoted to the weird and complicated history of their favorite superhero soap opera.
Artist Benjamin Dewey talks about moving from the world of webcomics to Image Comics with his and Kurt Busiek's new anthropomorphic series.