Greg Rucka joined the Image Comics panel on Sunday to discuss his and artist Michael Lark's upcoming Lazarus, first announced by Image Comics Editor-in-Chief Eric Stephenson at last year's San Diego Comic Con. Previously, only a a teaser image had been shown, but at yesterday's panel the publisher revealed
Greg Rucka has been talking about what was behind his decision to leave DC a couple of years ago, and how he feels about the end of his tenure on Marvel's Punisher - as well as his feelings about both companies' current attitude towards creators in general. Spoiler: He's not very much in favor of the way things are.In an interview with Clint Magazine,
Marvel wrapped up its weekend of San Diego Comic-Con announcements on Sunday afternoon with a panel dedicated to its friendliest of neighborhood heroes: Spider-Man. Director of Publicity Arune Singh moderated the panel and was joined on stage by Marvel talent scout C
Comic-Con 2012 has featured a few big announcements from several publishers. Not to be outdone, Image dropped a few of their own. At their panel on Saturday, Editor-in-Chief EricStephenson was joined on stage by Matt Fraction, Joe Casey, Darick Robertson, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Howard Chaykin, Chris Roberson, James Robinson and Greg Rucka, each of whom will be doing new projects for the publisher in the coming year.
Stephenson opened the panel by himself and announced a f
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Food: Hardee's/Carl's Jr. will serve a special "Grilled Cheese Bacon Burger" in honor of The Amazing Spider-Man movie. Sadly, it doesn't appear to feature a Spidey logo grilled into the toast.
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On sale this week from Marvel Comics is The Punisher #3, continuing Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto & Matt Hollingsworth's compelling new take on the vicious vigilante. In keeping with the series' focus on the external effects of Frank Castle's bru
Batwoman and Detective Comics writer Greg Rucka goes on a fantastic tear in a blog post for his new webcomic, Lady Sabre and the Pirates of the Ineffable Aether, where he lambasts the "continued slavish devotion to that which is labeled "dark" and "gritt
This week, War Rocket Ajax is proud to welcome the Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka to the show! Following last week's release of The Punisher #1, he talks to us about what makes Frank Castle work, his awesome runs on Detective Comics and Wonder Woman, his new webcomic and why he hates the Joker -- and you can listen to it right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #9: The Dead Don't Need Music, with Greg Rucka