DC Comics has announced exclusive deals with "Omega Men" writer Tom King, "Poison Ivy" artist Clay Mann and "Harley Quinn" artist John Timms.
In Amy Chu and Clay Mann's "Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death" #1, Isley finds work at the Gotham Botanical Gardens and meets up with an old friend.
We've been itching for new art from DC's upcoming "Poison Ivy" series, and Clay Mann has delivered the goods.
Matt Kindt says the super-spy's solo series will thrill fans and flesh out Ninjak's backstory, and explains which Bond the Valiant icon is most like.
"Captain America" artist Butch Guice will join the "Ninjak" creative team of Matt Kindt and Clay Mann, extending the series' page count.
"Ivar, Timewalker," "Ninjak," "Imperium" and more are on the docket for Valiant's 2015 lineup in the "Valiant Next" publishing initiative.
Brian Wood answers reader questions about the latest "X-Men" arc, which sees old foes resurrected from the grave. Plus, exclusive art!
James Asmus joins X-Position to discuss the impending conclusion of "Gambit," fielding questions about the hypothetical future of the series, his favorite moments and more. Plus, exclusive art!
"Gambit" writer James Asmus returns to X-Position for a discussion on all things Remy LeBeau, teasing future developments for the series and answering fan questions on impossible team-ups.
CBR spoke with "Gambit" writer James Asmus about the fallout from the hero's recent adventure in England and his plans for the series which will send Gambit to dangerous locales across the globe.
"Gambit" scribe James Asmus joins X-Position to discuss every X-Fan's favorite Cajun thief, answer reader questions and tease future developments in the ongoing series. Plus, exclusive art!
Is Gambit's allure a mutant power or just Cajun charm? Is it drawing you in to read this Q&A with his writer, James Asmus? Of course, it is, but just in case we brought exclusive art, too.
From the mutant thief's half naked introduction to his plans to take on the Marvel U, the "Gambit" solo series gets dissected by writer James Asmus as he promises new villains, new ideas and the same New Orleans charm.
Gambit steps back into the shadowy world of heists and larceny when "Generation Hope" writer James Asmus kicks off a new "Gambit" ongoing series with artist Clay Mann this August