David Walker discusses him and Sanford Greene pitting their duo against superpowered mob war and the machinations of Alex Wilder.
The upcoming storyarc of "Power Man and Iron Fist" will introduce an all-new version of the Pride.
Nighthawk writer David Walker and artist Ramon Villalobos weighed in on the radical series' upcoming end.
David Walker discusses sending Hawkeye on a cross-country journey, and the heroes who will join the Avenger of the people.
Black comics creators discuss working in today's comics industry, and plans to showcase their work in a new anthology.
Marvel creators and editors tease what's in store as the massive "Civil War II" event nears its line-changing finale.
David Walker opens up about the real world problems that inspired his series, and the new and familiar characters Nighthawk will work with and run afoul of.
Editor Axel Alonso, writer David Walker and FiveThirtyEight's Walter Hickey will discuss "Civil War II" on an ABC News live-stream.
John Macaluso has resigned after four years as CEO and president of Wizard World, following the company's $4.3 million loss in 2015.
David Walker tells CBR about Luke Cage & Danny Rand's new case, its ties to the ideological schism of Marvel's big event and how it affects them.
David Walker, Erica Henderson and others discuss and debate the importance of recognizing the comic book industry's growing diversity.
"Civil War II," "Power Man and Iron Fist," "Darth Vader" and more from Marvel will be up for discussion on Saturday at Emerald City Comicon.
Tim Seeley, David F. Walker and Fernando Dagnino craft "Tarzan On The Planet Of The Apes" for Dark Horse Comics and BOOM! Studios.
The writers of "Deadpool," "Power Man & Iron Fist" and "Daredevil" spoke with CBR about Marvel's special four-part crossover -- in a single issue.
Keron Grant turns in dark and moody variant for Marvel's upcoming series starring the Squadron Supreme member.
Writers Brian Michael Bendis, Charles Soule, David Walker and James Asmus talk Marvel publishing's latest at WonderCon in Los Angeles.
Writers David Walker, John Jennings and other black creators discuss recognizing and defeating stereotypes, and instilling hope in future generations.