The timing may have nothing to do with last week’s Twilight of DC’s office, but Marvel Comics Executive Editor Mike Marts leaving a post where he was clearly being groomed for big things to go to a START-UP, is an interesting comment on the state of the American comics industry. Marts confirmed on Twitter that he was leaving Marvel for AfterShock Comics, a new venture with writer Joe Pruett. Deadline has more details. Pruett has written X-Men titles for Marvel. Marts was working on various high profile titles including Guardians of the Galaxy and X-Men comics. Marts will become Editor-in-Chief of Aftershock comics after pingponging back between MArvel and Dc for a career that started in 1996.
Today is my first day as an Editor at DC Comics. I’m very happy and excited and looking forward to hearing what you guys think of my books. — Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) March 2, 2015 It’s official. Welcome to #DCKHOMICS A photo posted by Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) on Mar 2, 2015 at 1:09pm PST There […]
Valiant Comics has added Andy Liegl, formerly of Boom! and Matthew Klein formerly of Forbidden planet to its marketing team, joining Sales Manager Atom! Freeman, Publishing & Operations Manager Peter Stern, Director of Marketing, Communications & Digital Media Hunter Gorinson, and Publisher Fred Pierce in that end of the company. Tom Brennan recently joined the editorial side.
In January, Dynamite will be launching The Twilight Zone: Shadow and Substance, a new ongoing series based on Rod Serling’s classic TV anthology. Todd Allen Todd Allen wears a lot of hats. At various times he’s been (alphabetically), a bouncer, college professor, humor columnist, Internet producer and an NBA/WNBA Beat Writer, among other things. He’s the […]
And you thought Archie Meets The Punisher was out there. Never let it be said that the folks at Archie Comics were afraid of thinking outside the box. This time around, they’re huddling with Dark Horse for a Spring Release of Archie Meets Predator. Yes, Predator. Like the movie. In this case, like the first Predator movie, since […]
One of more unusual characters in the Chaos! Comics line is Smiley the Psychotic Button, a button that’s a bit more than a clothing accessory for Evil Ernie. It’s also a demonic sidekick. In January, Dynamite will be releasing a one-shot to give the button’s origin in the new Chaos! universe. The special is written […]
I think we can give Jim Butcher his comic book street cred. It’s one thing for an author to allow adaptions of their work. It’s an entirely different thing when the author co-writes three new adventures for the comics medium. And that’s what Butcher is doing. Todd Allen Todd Allen wears a lot of hats. […]
In 2015, Dynamite will be celebrating their 10th year of publishing Red Sonja comics and will starting the anniversary off with Red Sonja Vulture’s Circle, a mini-series co-written by Nancy A. Collins and Luke Lieberman, with art by Fritz Casas. This mini-series will be set a bit in the characters future, “where the older heroine […]
Archie’s Dark Circle imprint continues to slowly dole out details on their new line. The latest announcements were adding David Williams as artist on The Shield and Jose Villarrubia joining Dean Haspiel and Mark Waid on The Fox, presumably as color artist. They also unveiled the Francesco Francavilla promotional art piece you’ll see on the left of this page. Todd […]
Todd McFarlane will be wrapping up his current run on Spawn with issue #250, due out in January and then it will be time to shake up the book a bit. McFarlane told USA Today that February will see of Spawn Resurrected #1 by the team of Brian Wood and Jonboy Meyers. It will also see the return of […]