Comixology Sunday! If you’ve never been introduced to Mike Mignola’s sardonic demon, the Hellboy Sampler will do just that, All stories are written by Mignola, with art by him, Fabio Moon (below) and Cameron Stewart. And exar fun pages by R. Sikoryak. Hellboy the franchise is known for always having awesome art, as you can […]
The Batgirl of Burnside team returns to tear up new concrete!
At SDCC ’15 I talked with the Burnside Batgirl crew about their creative origins, how the look that launched a thousand cosplays came to be, how to handle creative criticism, and their earliest con experiences.
Author Chuck Palahniuk talks about comics, bringing Fight Club 2 to life, and we exclusively debut the variant cover to issue six.
Livewire, the ass-kicking electro-magnetic supervillain is coming to the DC You next month in Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr’s Batgirl #42. The character, who was created by Bruce Timm for Superman: The Animated Series, has received the Tarr hip-to-streets redesign treatment. She tweeted out a set of costume sketches earlier today. I’m pretty partial to the bottom center […]
There are many layers of irony to the mere existence of Fight Club 2. The original novel, beneath its hyper-masculine exterior, is a critique of traditional masculinity and mass-market consumerism. It reinforces the notion that there is something wrong with capitalist America even as it undercuts the validity of Project Mayhem’s response to those ills. […]
A lot of Dark Horse Comics were announced yesterday with opening day at Emerald City Comic Con, but probably none more anticipated than the one we already knew about, Fight Club 2. Saturday morning, Emerald City opened with an hour long discussion dedicated to the upcoming comic form sequel. On the panel: Artist Cameron Stewart, cover artist […]
A controversial variant cover of Batgirl has been pulled following objections—including objections raised by the book’s creative team.
This is obviously prefaced with a heaping helping of “what the hell does a straight white male know about these issues?”. The simple truth: I don’t know anything. I likely never will – or at least not in a way that can be internalized. At best, I can gather other people’s feelings and memories and […]
By Kyle Pinion Grant Morrison’s Multiversity has been a long gestating project aimed to spin-off of his Final Crisis event from 2009. The “Scottish Shaman of Comics” has been teasing this event and artistic collaborators ever since. Finally in recent solicits, Multiversity is becoming a reality with the release of The Multiversity #1 on August […]