The Fox Archives

Mark Waid Talks To Bleeding Cool About His Upcoming Legendary Book Shadow Walk
From major DC titles to Marvel domination, and now, wide-ranging genre work like pulp-noir on Green Hornet from Dynamite and silver-age homage on The Fox from Red Circle Comics, Waid continues to push the boundaries of the familiar Lately, his characters are often less than superheroic, displaying deep flaws and self-reflective tendencies while they attempt[...]
What Does The Fox Say? – Dean Haspiel And Mark Waid Know
So I was very curious when I got a link to the first issue of the new Red Circle Comics series The Fox by Dean Haspiel and Mark Waid I eagerly scrolled through the pages (can't flip page on a PDF file) and thought I'd share my feelings about it without any spoilers. Being that this[...]
Books That Found Me at NYCC – Afterlife With Archie, Amala's Blade, Roller Grrrls, Madefire Sketchbooks, Magic Words, Dogs of War, Forces of Nature, The New Crusaders and The Fox, Disenchanted
I was flabbergasted. The New Crusaders and The Fox Preview from Red Circle Comics (a division of Archie Comics) Red Circle Comics had a sizable presence at NYCC with a panel all their own, but The New Crusaders, which I had been hearing about for awhile, are pretty helpful to understanding the soon to be launched series[...]
Trailer: Mark Waid And Dean Haspiel's The Fox
321 views and two thumbs up in eleven days for this trailer for Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel's revival of The Fox for Archie Comics? That's clearly not enough… come on Little Bleeders, lets get that number up a little, it looks great! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJTpa4EA7Pc[/youtube] And a preview of the first issue below… [...]
Freakmagnets and Criminal Indictments—Archie Comics at Baltimore Comic Con
Several soon-to-be-released series like Afterlife with Archie and The Fox suggest that Archie Comics doesn't shy away from shifting its public image these days into more challenging realms, but the secret to their success seems to be building on longstanding good ideas rather than radical departures that might lose core readership. In the Archie Comics[...]