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.
We continue our week of European comic goodness with more from Statix Press: Titan Comic’s new imprint that’s working to translate the best strips from across the pond to make them available to the US and UK markets. Today we’ve got a really interesting piece of work for your perusal: Atlas & Axis. The story […]
Marvel is having a light week, but the publisher’s teen heroes are still looking to expand their roster in Champions #16! AJ and Alex take a deep dive into the issue while Alexander checks to see if Avengers: No Surrender has improved since the debut–welcome to this week’s Marvel Rundown! Champions #16 Written by Mark […]
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
A week ago, the Beat reported on the issues surrounding the planned Gambit solo feature, particularly how it had lost its third director in a row. WB’s efforts at pulling together a Flash project has run (ha, ha) into similar troubles. In 2016, after receiving a story treatment by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the […]
Today we shine our Statix spotlight on Alisik: a ghostly series about life after death.
Marvel has filled its publisher position – vacated when Don Buckley ascended to President – by hiring John Nee, a former DC VP and currently CEO of the company he co-founded, Cryptozoic. Comicbook.com has the news and EIC CB Cebulski confirmed in a tweet. Welcome to Marvel, @johnnee! https://t.co/68oYuaZUjs — C.B. Cebulski (@CBCebulski) January 16, […]
It’s Statix Week at the Beat and we kick things off with an interview with editor Chris Thompson on publishing more European Comics in the US.
Silver Sprocket is an SF-based indie comics publisher with a growing presence. In addition to putting out comics–most notably the Ignatz winning Eisner Nominated Your Black FRiend by Ben Passmore – they also put out records, put out webcomics and run a storefront on Haight Street “until their they find a real tenant.” They’re self […]
Diamond has just released the year end sales charts for 2017 and it was a close one, but Marvel had the #1 periodical comic of the year with Legacy #1. DC came in second with Metal #1. DC and Marvel split the top 10 comics, but Marvel had another year at #1, beating DC by […]