Horror veteran Steve Niles teams with Alison Sampson for a tale of a truly scary family vacation in Image Comics' Winnebago Graveyard.
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Sexcastle creator Kyle Starks opens up about Kill Them All, now featuring colors by Luigi Anderson, his love letter to '90s action cinema.
The master of Goosebumps, R.L. Stine makes his comics debut this week with Marvel's Man-Thing #1/
Writer Sarah Vaughn and writer/artist Jonathan Luna open up about their Image Comics follow-up to Alex + Ada
Check out details and the first preview of Chris Warner and Francisco Ruiz Velasco all-new series featuring everyone's favorite interstellar big game hunters.
Chistopher Priest and Denys Cowan discuss the irony of telling a gun control story in a book about a violent mercenary, and how supportive DC Comics was of it.
Neal Adams, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner weigh in on the upcoming clash of DC Comics' titans.
Mark Russell and Meredith Finch bring politics to the DCU in a trio of very different stories.
Tom King & Gabriel Walta reflect on their celebrated story and what they achieved over their 12-issue run.
Fox's fan-favorite franchise returns as James Stokoe channels his inner-Giger for a sci-fi story of isolation and horror.
Writer/artist Jason Latour tells CBR about reconciling his complex relationship with the south, football culture, and a pre-beard Jason Aaron.
Writer and comic shop owner Mark Waid muses on superheroes & subscribers and his increasing appreciation for every angle of the comics business.
Letter Clayton Cowles reveals his favorite letter, sings the praises of Urasawa's "20th Century Boys" and cult favorite "The Adventures of Pete & Pete.
Writer Nancy A. Collins gets to the heart of Vampirella's staying power, emphasizing her plans to take the character back to her horror roots.
Artist Jordie Bellaire talks about her "Comics are for Everybody" initiative and the cruel September when she slept just 23 hours and colored 17 comics.
J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about conjuring the voice of Rod Serling and expanding the reach of "Twilight Zone" in the book's second arc.