In a crumbling world, an alien and a reporter fall in love in this miniseries from the Berger Books imprint.
Ann Nocenti talks to The Beat about her career in comics and launching the sci-fi political thriller The Seeds with artist David Aja for the Dark Horses’ newly minted Berger Books imprint.
From Vertigo to Berger Books, Karen Berger has been on a lifelong journey to bring new ideas to comics.
Weve all been waiting to see what Karen Berger would cook up at her new Berger Books line over at Dark Horse, and the word is out, thanks to Vulture, and it’s like the Vertigo comics legend never left. If there’s a similarity to the books she edited at Vertigo, Berger thinks it’s just because she’s […]
§ Nice art: David Aja’s variant cover for Miracleman: The Silver Age #3 § Image Publisher Eric Stephenson did the interview rounds this week for the return of Nowhere Men and the one at AV Club has perhaps the most inside Image info, like this on how pitches are accepted: AVC: When you’re pitched a […]
The Scarlet Witch is going All New and All Different next month with a new series written by James Robinson with art for the first issue, anyway by Vanessa Del Rey and a cover by David Aja…so it’s a-list all the way. Future artists on the book include Marco Rudy, Steve Dillon, Javier Pulido, Marguerite […]
Marvel recently announced that writer James Robinson would be tackling an upcoming solo series starring the Scarlet Witch spinning out of her on-screen debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Initially…the comic did not have an interior artist, however, news came yesterday from Newsarama that Hit: 1957 artist Vanessa R. Del Rey will be pencilling the first […]
Yet another discussion of what happened to the artist being the big dogs of comics, and a chance to make your feelings known via a survey!
Holy cow! It’s taken some time to finally see the conclusion to Matt Fraction and David Aja‘s wonderful Hawkeye run. Even Marvel moved on, releasing Jeff Lemire and Ramon Perez‘s relaunched series before we even reached this final issue. It’s not for me to guess why it’s taken so long to get to this point, […]
By Kyle Pinion I love Matt Fraction, David Aja and Annie Wu’s Hawkeye. It’s by far my favorite monthly (which I realize is a stretch to still call it that at this point) comic coming from the Big Two. Its mixture of high impact super-heroics, indie sensibilities, film influences, and raw emotion have paved its […]