Meyers, who was most recently editorial director for the publisher, first joined Valiant as an intern back in 2013 and will now have more say in guiding the company’s output.
‘Can you die in The Deadside?’
These titles feature a mix of new and familiar characters, with stories told by creators like Joshua Dysart, Cullen Bunn, Dan Abnett, Adam Pollina, and more.
This week DC Comics wants to know how do you like your Batman: laughing, detecting, dealing with daddy issues, or damned.
The new publisher is setting out to ‘redefine the industry,’ but are the comics any good?
The prescient comic will return in March with all kinds of newness: a new #1, a new story arc, a new prestige publishing format, and a new quarterly release schedule (but the same great creators).
Klein, formerly Valiant’s director of sales, will now work in a leadership role to create ‘short and long-term strategies to grow the brand and expand relationships with fans, retailers, and press.’
Following the release of their first original graphic novel, MY HEROES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN JUNKIES, the best-selling Eisner Award-winning noir crime comics duo will continue to do their thing exclusively at Image.
King shared some presumably upcoming artwork by Miller for the series on Tuesday afternoon via Twitter—as the writer is wont to do—with precious few details about what it all means past that.
Writer and music industry vet Jeff Rougvie discusses his forthcoming GUNNING FOR HITS, on which he teams with artist Moritat to tell a story about crime and stardom set in the shady 1980s New York music scene.