The artist reveals he's in negotiations with DC Comics to write and draw a Wonder Woman project that will be "non-stop action from start to finish."
DC Comics' Amazonian icon is flanked by her Trinity co-stars in this exclusive first look.
In addition to series artist Greg Capullo, Todd McFarlane, Jock, John Cassaday and Frank Cho turn in covers for the new Image comic.
After only six issues, Frank Cho is walking away from "Wonder Woman," attributing his departure to Greg Rucka's feedback on his covers.
The "Totally Awesome Hulk" artist describes his new BOOM! Studios miniseries as "Indiana Jones meets James Bond with fantasy elements thrown in."
The artist has unveiled a preview of his variant cover for the relaunched series, debuting in June as part of DC's "Rebirth."
Make your Lazy Sunday even better with new Marvel art from the likes of Frank Cho, Dalibor TalajiÄ‡, Stacey Lee, Mike Perkins and more.
Greg Pak & Frank Cho talk to CBR in-depth about "Totally Awesome Hulk," and the importance of Asian-American representation in superhero comics.
Writer Greg Pak explains why Amadeus Cho will show new side of the Hulk, why he returned to Jade Giant and what comics and sports share in common.
Day two of Baltimore Comic-Con comes knocking with big news from the Marvel camp and creators Greg Pak, Frank Cho, Frank Tieri, and more.
The lead character of Greg Pak and Frank Cho's "Totally Awesome Hulk" will be familiar to longtime Hulk readers.
The latest "Totally Awesome Hulk" teaser alludes to a mischievous replacement for Bruce Banner in the Greg Pak and Frank Cho series.
A third variation on "Totally Awesome Hulk's" teaser art keeps the mystery of the new jade giant's identity going.
The identity of the "Totally Awesome Hulk" is currently a mystery, and Marvel's new teaser either adds insight or obfuscates further.