The Beat sits down with Fantastic Beast’s Dan Fogler to talk about his comics writing career, the great coming yin/yang union, conspicy theories, and the coming of Brooklyn Gladiator in April.
Arriving on shelves this Wednesday (3/14) is Vampironica #1, wherein a vampire put the bite on Archie’s friend Veronica and she gets very, very thirsty. A preview follows: VAMPIRONICA #1 NEW ONGOING SERIES! When Veronica is bitten by a centuries-old vampire, her thirst for blood threatens to turn Riverdale into a haven for the undead. Will she […]
Those who try to diligently stay inside the lines will get one of their greatest challenges with the publications of TONY MILLIONAIRE’S SEA MONSTERS COLORING BOOK this September.
“Sanpaku” is a Japanese concept for the appearance of the eye: white appearing above or below the iris could be a sign of an imbalance in life. It’s also the driving concept of Sanpaku, an intriguing sounding first graphic novel from cartoonist Kate Gavino, due in August from BOOM!’s Archaia imprint in a deluxe hardcover […]
Pizzeria Kamikaze is getting a color edition after a decade. Originally, released as B&W graphic novel from Alternative Comics, back in ’06, the graphic novel was an adaption of writer Etgar Keret’s short story Kneller’s Happy Campers, which was also adapted as the cult indie film Wristcutters: A Love Story. The comic by Etgar Keret and Asaf Hanuka concerns […]
Asaf Hanuka’s webcomic The Realist has been running for years with a mix of withering self deprecation, family foibles and the occasional dark realities of life in Tel Aviv. As caustic as it can be, it’s also a humane and insightful look at how we process life internally and externally. It’s also funny as hell and […]
A couple of years ago Arthur De Pin’s The March of the Crabs came out in English, a fable about taking chances in life, with a unique art style (no black line blocks of flat color) and a whimsical storyline about a species of crab that can only walk sideways….and what happens when one breaks […]
Rootling around The Henson company’s old filing cabinets has been fruitful once again for Boom Studios: As reported in THR, a sequel to The Dark Crystal is finally coming out, but in comics form, as a 12-issue series starting next year. The series will adapt the screenplay to an unproduced sequel. The 12-issue series, titled The Power […]
One of the trademarks of Archaia’s plineof graphic novels was that all their books have been published in hardcover—a look that Boom! stuck with after acquiring the publisher. And the result was a series of gorgeous books, from Return of the Dapper Men to Cursed Pirate Girl. But sometimes a more affordable paperback edition is […]
It’s no secret that Jeremy Bastian’s Cursed Pirate Girl is one of the most gorgeous comics out there, with Bastian’s detailed lifework and imaginative creatures making for one jaw dropping page after another. Unfortunately this kind of spectacle takes time and it’s been a while since there was a new Cursed Pirate Girl issue…but good […]