Captain Marvel: The Lost Years 3 With NEW ART by Joelle Jones!

Joelle Jones of DR. HORRIBLE, Janet Evanovich’s TROUBLEMAKER and YOU HAVE KILLED ME does a stunning black-and-white piece as we look at how Captain Marvel lost the right to appear in a comic called “Captain Marvel,” and we learn the tragic fate of the girl who shared Mary Marvel’s name.  Also, a guy whose limbs […]

The History of Captain Marvel: The Fawcett Years, Part One

Beginning a super-sized tribute to the World’s Mightiest Mortal, with ALL-NEW interviews with Chip Kidd, Jeff Smith, Alex Ross, Mark Waid and more!  Shazam! Read the first part here!

EX MACHINA Retrospective with Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris and More, Part III

By Zack Smith, Newsarama Contributor posted: 19 August 2010 05:00 pm ET     Our tribute to Ex Machina concludes today, with thoughts from writer Brian K. Vaughan, artist Tony Harris, colorist JD Mettler and editor Ben Abernathy.  But first, a special guest essay by writer Mike Carey (The Unwritten,  Lucifer, Hellblazer, X-Men, the Felix Castor novels), a great fan of […]

EX Machina Retrospective with Brian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris and More, Part I

EXit MACHINA Part 1: Origins With the Creative Team By Zack Smith, Newsarama Contributor posted: 17 August 2010 01:28 pm ET Above Exclusive Image: Tony Harris’s unused Ex Machina “Great Machine” logo. ”This is the story of my four years in office, from the beginning of 2002 through the godforsaken 2005. “It may look like a […]

Mike Allred on MADMAN

MIKE ALLRED ON THE MADMAN TO COME by Zack Smith We spoke to Mike Allred last fall at the launch of his “Madman in Space” storyline from Image’s Madman Atomic Comics, which just concluded last week with issue #7. If you’ve been reading (SPOILER ALERT) you now know that Madman’s longtime girlfriend Joe has been […]

Grant Morrison on ALL-STAR SUPERMAN (LINK FIXED)

GRANT MORRISON: ALL-STAR SUPERMAN, AND MUCH, MUCH MORE by Zack Smith   Our extended talk with Grant Morrison finally concludes with a look at some of his other DC projects. Morrison’s Eisner-winning work on All-Star Superman with his frequent collaborator Frank Quitely has been hailed as some of the most imaginative and touching Superman stories […]