Interviews
A Christmas Present That’s Strangely Alien

In shops November 14! Although a New York Times bestselling cartoonist, Johnnie Christmas adds to his resume that he’s now the co-creator of William Gibson’s Alien 3 for Dark Horse Comics.

A Broken Fantasy Cuts Loose In Coda

Gasoline is to Mad Max what magic is to Coda, the new BOOM! Studios fantasy series from Si Spurrier now collected in trade paperback!

No Ring Girls For Fight Club

In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, we pick Chuck Palahniuk's brain to see if he can cool down long enough to explain his Fight Club 3 knock-out from Dark Horse that’s coming to comic shops January 30!

Slow Walking A Breakneck Crime Story

Novelist Duane Swierczynski likes to cheat on the time he spends writing crime stories. Cheating, however, prospered in the form of Breakneck which is now a new Hard Case Crime series from Titan Comics!

License To Thrill in Greg Pak’s Firefly

In shops November 14! Joss Whedon trusts Greg Pak will do a bang-up job on scripting Firefly #1, and for that reason Greg is able to cut loose on things like character dialogue...and have more than should be allowed.

The Sky Was The Limit If She Could Fly

Writer Christopher Cantwell explains in detail the topography of his thoughts as he seeks to relay the intricacies of "Primarily Obsessional OCD" in the pages of Dark Horse's She Could Fly.

History Turns Heroic In A Steampunk Oliver

In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, writer Gary Whitta and artist Darick Robertson explain the logistics of making a new story from something that’s as old as a Charles Dickens’ Oliver.

Winds of Change Mean Time For Adventure

Editor Whitney Leopard tells us in this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview that Adventure Time: Marcy & Simon #1 is just the beginning of the plans BOOM! Studios has for the franchise.

The Hammer To Fall On Hocus Pocus

Cullen Bunn’s Witch Hammer from AfterShock Comics does not portray witches in typical Halloween attire, but instead presents them as they typical American neighbor. So when the blood flows...it hurts to look at it.

Kieron Gillen Hit By The Thunderbolt

Kieron Gillen plays Peter Cannon like he's Sherlock Holmes with a splash of James Bond. In this interview, the writer says that Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt is the smartest man in the room. And he wants to leave.

Kieron Gillen Says Its Time To Roll The Die

Armed with his love of RPGs, and an artist that was equally driven, writer Kieron Gillen gives us his personal best with Die #1 from Image Comics, due in comic shops December 5.

A Long Con Of Costumes, Critiques, & Chaos

Oni Press' The Long Con shows what’s to love about a nerdfest, and how it might get you killed, too. Read our exclusive interview with the book's writers Dylan Meconis & Ben Coleman!

Dead Ahead Is Vampirella Vs. Reanimator

Two icons of horror comics come together in a big bang when Dynamite Entertainment unleashes Vampirella Vs. Reanimator #1 from writer Cullen Bunn and artist Blacky Shepherd!

No Killswitch For Killmonger

We ask writer Bryan Edward Hill in this interview how deep he had to dig to unearth N'Jadaka’s pain and suffering. We wanted to know how he had to think to become Black Panther's nemesis, Killmonger.

Michael Moorcock Brings Back Elric

A legendary character from a legendary creator! Elric returns in Elric: The White Wolf, and publisher Titan Comics does an exclusive interview with the creator to ask him about his fan-favorite property.

Pyro Power In Magic: The Gathering’s Chandra

Although not a metalsmith or an artisan herself, she is a power source, and never was that more apparent than the power she brings to IDW's Magic: The Gathering — Chandra #1. Read our interview with writer Vita Ayala!

Spidey & Friends' Fresh Faces

This year, IDW Publishing leads the charge to help bring the Wallcrawler into a new chapter of his development with Spider-Man #1, and IDW’s John Barber and Denton Tipton weigh in with a glimpse of new wild Webswingers.

Fact Over Fiction Dictates The Prague Coup

Ahead of its much-anticipated release this December, The Prague Coup writer Jean- Luc Fromental and co-writer/artist Miles Hyman give us a sneak peek at this very personal project.

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