Sean Michael Wilson discusses his new graphic novel about a man who decides to test his faith by breaking every one of the Ten Commandments.
I couldn’t be prouder that, 40 years later, The Incredible Hulk still resonates with people
The Magneto author—and St. Louis native—discusses the contentious new team at the heart of Uncanny X-Men.
The British comics/novel/TV writer on 25 years of writing for Doctor Who and uniting four incarnations of the Doctor in the pages of the new Titan Comics event miniseries Four Doctors.
Catching up with the "Zombie King" at this year’s inaugural Wizard World St. Louis convention.
The legendary Hate creator talks technology: how it’s changed his artwork and his career trajectory, and how it gave a sci-fi twist to his brand new tale of a washed-up comedian trying to fix his life […]
The American Vampire author discusses the primal fear at the heart of the vampire concept, his collaboration with Stephen King, and his upcoming run on Detective Comics.
Catching up with Raina Telgemeier, author of the autobiographical webcomic-turned-dental drama graphic novel Smile, on the floor of the inaugural C2E2 convention.
The creators behind the mind-bogglingly popular webcomic Penny Arcade sit down and discuss comics, conventions, and more before a recent appearance at St. Louis’ Mad Art Gallery.
The Astronauts in Trouble author talks what’s coming next from his publishing company AiT/Planet Lar in advance of a pair of St. Louis appearances on Free Comic Book Day weekend.