Writer and comics creator Rich Tommaso is known for his anthropomorphic spy-thriller series Spy Seal and his horror-based series She Wolf, both reflecting the 1970s and 1980s crime and horror movies that have influenced him. Dry County, totted as “The EVERYMAN Crime Series,” is one of Rich’s newest projects among others. This first comic, published […]
We’ve got three preview pages of French comic 2021: Lost Children, described as “Escape from New York meets the X-Men.”
In August 2017, ComicMix launched their Kickstarter for Mine!, a comics collection benefiting health services organization Planned Parenthood. Mine! features contributions from Eisner-Award winners and nominees to independent creators and up-and-coming artists, aimed at celebrating freedom and choice, and to help dispel myths and misconceptions about sex, gender and reproductive health. Fortunately, the Kickstarter was […]
We wrap up Statix Week at The Beat with a series announcement for Serge Lehman’s Season of the Snake and five-page preview.
We’ve got six never-before-seen pages from Fabian Nury and Theirry Robin’s Death To The Tsar graphic novel, a spiritual successor to The Death Of Stalin.
Today we shine our Statix spotlight on Alisik: a ghostly series about life after death.
Ever since his Andre the Giant and Tetris: The Games People Play, writer and artist Box Brown has become better known for his documentary-style, full-length graphic novels. Due to his thorough investigative work, Box seems to provide more insight than even previous documentaries of the same subjects. All the while maintaining his own small press […]
We’ve got a look at 3 pages from the series, which is due out on March 21, 2018. In addition, we’ve got a few covers for you, one by artist Simon Bisley of Lobo fame who writer/artist Yacine Elghorri has cited as one of his main influences.
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is back (but her solo title has been consistently published for years.) This week AJ Frost is turning his attention towards the beloved Marvel ongoing series while Alexander Jones looks at how the time-displaced Jean Grey is battling the Phoenix, just make sure to hold onto those Phoenix eggs in this […]
13-page exclusive look at the English translation of Doctor Radar, a 1920’s Parisian-noir romp where a “gentleman detective” is drawn into a game of cat-and-mouse while investigating a series of murders linked to the titular criminal mastermind.