Brad Meltzer is back with his first ever nonfiction thriller, ready to show us exactly how the birth of spies impacts us today.
Articles by Kiel Phegley
Mark Millar and Olivier Coipel are ready to take a bow as their first Millarworld collaboration, The Magic Order, is set for a grand finale.
Brian Michael Bendis' Wonder Comics imprint is shaping up as a DC Universe heir to his Ultimate Spider-Man work.
With the surprising deaths at the heart of The Batman Who Laughs, Scott Snyder and Jock are ready to ratchet up the psychological shock.
Following accusations of sexual misconduct by Border Town writer Eric M. Esquivel, his artistic collaborators are abandoning the Vertigo series.
In his and Dan Mora's Klaus and the Crying Snowman, Grant Morrison's superhero Santa gets weirder... and more heart-warming.
Brian Michael Bendis opens up on the reveals and arrivals in Action Comics, and how everything from the Red Cloud to the H-E-R-O Dial affects the DCU.
DC Comics history between Jack Kirby's Great Disaster and the birth of the Legion of Super-Heroes is just the start of Electric Warriors.
The new Kick-Ass gets an old friend's help slicing and dicing as John Romita Jr. delivers his own Grindhouse twist on the new era.
Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque share a new, bloody look inside their incoming Netflix comic Prodigy.
The next super daredevil series from Millarworld and Netflix takes its inspiration beyond the '70s as Frank Quitely sets Prodigy ablaze.
Jody Houser explains her approach to super scary licensed comics with unseen stories of Stranger Things and StarCraft.
From Jinxworld to Wonder Comics, Brian Bendis is expanding his creative role at DC Comics with new series, stories and characters.
The writer behind DC’s biggest summer events opens up on Heroes In Crisis, Batman, Mister Miracle and more in a NYCC spotlight.
Big names from Scott Snyder to Brian Michael Bendis talk about how they made their way in comics from obscurity to comics stardom.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada digs into the the history of his groundbreaking editorial line with faces from Marvel Knights past joining the discussion.
The writer of DC's next universe-spanning event explains why his more personal story is still connected to the Crises of the past.
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio talks about the company's often controversial approach to character deaths and the future of the DC line.
Executive producer Andy Suriano and actors Rob Paulsen, Eric Bauza and Brandon Mychal Smith lead the charge for Nickelodeon's new TMNT.