The "Preacher" writer pays tribute to his friend and frequent collaborator, who passed away at age 54.
Among all of the tributes flowing in from the comics community following the artist's death, one word rings out: "storyteller."
The writer of Marvel's latest Punisher series comments on the passing of her collaborator, artist Steve Dillon.
The cable network and the DC Comics imprint release statements following the death of the veteran artist.
The AMC series made a lot of alterations to Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's comic, most of which were successful.
It's unclear if it's fan service or if we'll actually get to see the Duke, but he gets brought up in a conversation between Tulip and Cassidy.
The Saint gets closer and closer to becoming one of Jesse Custer's most formidable antagonists
While it still keeps with the series' bleak yet comic tone, the third episode does little to advance the action.
Despite moving at a slower pace, the AMC adaptation of Garth Ennis' and Steve Dillon's comic wastes no time in introducing numerous characters.
"Preacher" may not be a panel-for-panel recreation of the seminal comics series, but it nails its seriocomic spirit -- and then some.
The longtime friends and comedy collaborators discuss their crusade to bring one of their favorite comics to the screen.
With AMC debuting "Preacher" on Sunday, CBR looks at 10 scenes from the comic that are simply too messed up for live-action television.
"Preacher" is a fresh, thrilling and irreverent comic book show that mocks everything from the Washington Redskins to Tom Cruise -- and religion.
The actor explains explains that he and Cassidy aren't that different, shares his thoughts on the controversy over Ruth Negga's casting, and more.
Dillon explains why he and writer Garth Ennis always thought "Preacher" should be a television series as opposed to a film.
DC is launching a sendup to "Green Lantern/Green Arrow's" Hard-Traveling Heroes era, with "All-Star Section Eight" characters.