Writing the first long form graphic narrative for Legendary Comics, Matt Wagner promises "The Tower Chronicles" will mix mythological ghouls, Simon Bisley interiors and human mysteries for much more than a movie pitch.
The studio-powered publishing imprint expands its ranks from legends like Matt Wagner to talent including Mark Waid, Shane Davis and more, and CBR News is on hand LIVE for all the Legendary Comics news.
Legendary Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Schreck discusses the creation of the supernatural thriller "The Tower Chronicles" by Thomas Tull, Matt Wagner and Simon Bisley. Plus, the debut of Jim Lee's cover for the series!
Editor Bob Schreck assembles Mark Waid, Frank Quitely, Craig Thompson and more comic book luminaries to contribute to Image Comics' "CBLDF Liberty Annual 2011" with an EXCLUSIVE look at Waid and Jeff Lemire's story.
Frank Miller's long-gestating superhero vs. al-Qaeda comic will finish its march from Batman book to graphic novel as Legendary Pictures gives "Holy Terror" an official release date three days after the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
A brand new graphic novel division of the Legendary Pictures banner will launch in 2011 with longime Editor Bob Schreck as E-i-C who is leaving IDW on good terms.
Storied comic book editor Bob Schreck and superstar creator Paul Pope met with fans at Baltimore Comic-Con to discuss their working relationships, careers, and some surprising projects that could have been.
IDW senior editor and first time writer, Bob Schreck is joined by artists Nate Van Dyke and Tom Yeates to discuss the upcoming comic "Jurassic Park: Redemption" as well as future "Jurassic Park" projects.
This June, IDW unleashes "Jurassic Park: Redemption," a five-issue story arc, written by Bob Schreck. CBR News spoke with the award-winning editor about his first comic book writing assignment.
IDW has announced that "Jurassic Park: Redemption" will launch in June, written by Bob Schreck, illustrated by Nate Van Dyke, with covers by Frank Miller and Tom Yeates, with other luminaries providing future covers.
Reports came in Friday that editor Bob Schreck, who oversaw DC Comics' best-
selling All Star line among numerous other projects, has been let go by the
company in the wake of Warner Bros'. company-wide layoffs.