First look at Jim Starlin’s Stormwatch covers


On his Facebook page, Jim Starlin has posted the B&W art from his covers for the first two issues—#19 and #20— of his run on Stormwatch. The inker is Rob Turner. If we’re not mistaken that’s the first time the “F” part of the Stormwatch “WTF” cover has been shown. In this case it looks like a villain has triumphed and a hero is dead. WTF?!?!?

Tomb Raider is back at Dark Horse


Continuing the parade of 90s media giants coming back to life, Dark Horse has just announced a team up with Crystal Dynamics™, a Square Enix® for TOMB RAIDER: The Beginning, a prequel to the upcoming Tomb Raider video game reboot due March 5. A 48-page hardcover, “TOMB RAIDER: The Beginning,” was written by lead game writer Rhianna Pratchett, lead game writer for TOMB RAIDER, with art by Nichola Daniel Sela, and Andrea Mutti, if the poster is to be believed. The cover art is by Tomb Raider art director Brian Horton.

Comixology goes to France and comes back with Delcourt


Speaking of the Angoulêeme comics festival, Comixology is there and making news. Earlier in the week it was the announcement of an office opening in France, and plans to offer local European language content throughout the continent. Since foreign sales were already a big part of Comixology’s English-language sales, this was a no-brainer. ComiXology’s opening […]

Review: The Many Faces of DOCTOR WHO: PRISONERS OF TIME #1


If you somehow didn’t know it already, then this is breaking news for you: this year marks the 50th anniversary of the longest running science fiction TV show in the world: Doctor Who. Long-running in some cases might mean plodding, but not in this case. The Doctor’s recent incarnation, actor Matt Smith, became the first […]

Angoulême is underway; Brecht Evens killing it; Pénélope Bagieu wins something


The biggest comics-focused event in the world is underway drawing hundreds of thousands of people to look at comics and cartoonists with no movie stars to distract them, Despite this, only one English language reporter seems to be filing from the show, Comics Reporter’s Bart Beatty who has his first two reports here and here.