NYCC ’16: Alex Ross Arts is bringing his double decker booth and lots of cool exclusives


When you’re an artist as talented as Alex Ross, you don’t even have to make an appearance to make a splash. Alex Ross Arts is an immensely successful concern, with a huge new display that debuted at SDCC this year, and Ross himself gets to stay home and make more art. Good deal! PS: on a […]

SDCC ’16: Alex Ross Fine Arts debuts new two story booth


Looks like the highrise race is hitting the Comic-Con floor as well as skylines around the world. We already heard that DC will be debuting a new two story booth and now word that Alex Ross Fine Arts booth will have a double decker as well. In past years the Ross booth was mostly tables and […]

All-New, All-Different Avengers Assemble with Kubert, Ross and Waid


When Marvel takes news to big outlets like The Wall Street Journal, they usually have something sizable to announce, a new artist for the main Avengers title after Secret Wars, shipping schedule, an Alex Ross cover debut, and roster confirmation are little details that add up to news. The Free Comic Book Day Avengers issue […]

Alex Ross covers PACIFIC RIM comics


It’s been a while since we heard from Legendary Comics, but they made a reappearance at WonderCon as Guillermo del Toro unveiled the Alex Ross cover for PACIFIC RIM: TALES FROM YEAR ZERO, a graphic novel prequel to the kaiju vs mecha movie. The Gn is by screenwriter Travis Beacham with art by Sean Chen, Yvel Guichet, and Pericles Junior with inks by Steve Bird and Mark McKenna. 

Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson’s Astro City Returns!


DC have announced that Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson’s Astro City will be returning in June! Oh, and look who’s doing the covers: This will be an ongoing series from the creative team, starting with a shiny new issue #1. The press release notes that returning characters such as Samaritan and Honor Guard will be […]

The Beat Comic Reviews for 28/11/12: My Little Pony and Hellblazer, together at last!


This week saw a number of big comic releases from Marvel and DC, but who cares when this was the week My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1 came out? PONIES, you guys! Ponies all over the place. This week I’ll be reviewing My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1, Hellblazer #297, Gambit #6 and Masks […]

Dynamite Has Their Own "Before Watchmen" Event — DC Didn't Buy _All_ The Charlton Characters

By Todd Allen

–I learned something new today. Remember how Watchmen started out as a treatment for the Charlton characters DC had purchased? Come to find out out, DC didn’t purchase the rights to all the Charlton characters and Dynamite now has the rights to Peter Cannon/Thunderbolt. As in, the prototype for Watchmen’s Ozymandias.