P. Craig Russell and a cast of all-stars to adapt Neil Gaiman’s American Gods in comics

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Dark Horse has assembled an all-star cast of creators for a 27-issue adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s beloved novel American Gods. Long time Giaman collacborator P. Craig Rusell and Scott Hampton lead the charge. There will be three story arcs, Shadows, My Ainsel, and The Moment of the Storm, which will all be collected into hardcovers. The first […]

Eric Powell talks ComiXology Unlimited adding The Goon. Plus what’s new in October

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In the late 90’s, Eric Powell brought The Goon to comics. Set in a macabre world which still stands the test of time. A simple town in depression-era America found itself overwrought with abhorrent creatures; the peoples’ only hope was a self-appointed protector made of whoop ass, The Goon. A character who looked like anger, cement, and […]

A New Hellboy GN, Into the Silent Sea, by Mignola, Gianni and Stewart is coming in 2017

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You probably just finished laundering the hankies you soaked with tears when Mike Mignola wrapped up his run on Hellboy a few months ago, but he did hint that Hellboy himself wasn’t gone, just him WRITING AND DRAWING Hellboy, and whaddaya know! Hellboy is coming back! Mignola has co-written a graphic novel, entitled Into the […]

INTERVIEW: iZombie Co-creator Chris Roberson on unraveling the mysteries of victorian zombies and The Black Flame

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It’s hard to picture a world where I don’t tune into the CW to watch Rose McIver bring Chris Roberson’s iZombie to life on the small screen. The book, which the show is based on, has the distinction of being the first Vertigo property to show the mainstream audience appeal many of the imprint’s stories have. To […]

SDCC’16: David Mack talks travels, Tyler Durden, and what Kabuki looks like 20 years later.

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As a kid, reading comics in the 90’s was mostly about appreciating pretty pictures drawn by the likes of guys like Jim Lee. As an adult, reading comics became about an engaging story written by the likes of guys like Brian Michael Bendis. Today’s audience, juvenile or adult, has the advantage of creators who are […]

SDCC’16: Slayer came to Comic-Con and left us feeling Repentless

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Ten years ago it wouldn’t have even been conceivable to bring names like Metallica, GWAR, or Tom Morello to San Diego Comic-Con. As the movie studios, game publishers, and money took over the entire city from the convention center through the Gaslamp it quickly became a magnet for everything that transcended genres of pop culture. […]

SDCC’16: Gail Simone throws readers back to the wolves in SURVIVING MEGALOPOLIS

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Certain writers have a knack for capturing the voice of their own gender, then there are some who’ve mastered character voice altogether. No one is a better example of this than writer Gail Simone. Whether it was the warrior of Wonder Woman or the dweeb that is Millhouse, Simone is probably the best of the […]