§ Nice Art: Francesco Francavilla gave us the Thing vs Thing team-up we’ve all dreamed of on Twitter. § Nice art supplemental! Takashi Miike has made a movie based on the manga JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and it looks insane! This is the guy who was somehow able to make us laugh at a scene depicting a hitman […]
§ Nice Art: Archie’s Free Comic Book Day offering will be a comic set in the Riverdale universe and of course Franceso Francavilla does the cover. The preview is…salacious: Writer Brian E. Paterson and artist Elliot Fernandez will reveal the hidden tales from Archie’s summer working at his father’s construction company and how things change […]
Have we really never seen any Francesco Francavilla variant covers for Marvel’s MONSTERS UNLEASHED series? It seems like the ultimate in no brainers. MONSTERS UNLEASHED #1 hits comics shops next Wednesday, but you can read a FREE 11-page preview of the first issue right now. Say, maybe that chould be one of our free comics links…. At any […]
Kyle checks in on the beginnings of new story-lines for two high profile DC titles
Francesco Fracavilla is taking over writing and art duties for a new Spirit five issue series from Dynamite.
The band Kiss has a long history in comics, from their blood soaked early graphic novel in the 70s, to the new comic by Amy Chu and Kewber Baal that’s coming out in October. Just in time for Halloween! The book will feature a bevy of variant covers, of course, including one by John Cassaday […]
Archie had something of a creative renaissance when the publisher launched Afterlife with Archie in October of 2013 with Archie Creative Chief Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Spider-Man) on writing duties and Francesco Francavilla (Batwoman) on art. However, fan haven’t seen a new issue of the series since May. Only eight installments of the series launched between 2013 and 2015– with no […]
Archie Comics has exploded onto the mainstage of the comics world in the last few years, just as many thought they were a relic of the golden age. Series like Life With Archie and the enormously popular Afterlife with Archie, along with the introduction of the openly gay character Kevin Keller a few years prior, […]
Claiming he was just so excited by yesterday’s teaser reveal, artist Phil Noto has created probably the first Episode VII fan art, integrating the John Boyega and Daisy Ridley characters and the already infamous cross hilt lightsaber in the iconic floating head style beloved of Drew Struzan and other classic movie posters.
If there’s one person who loves Halloween and scary monsters more than us it’s artist Francesco Francavilla who has been running his own 31 Days of Horror event on his twitter feed with daily art and process posts. You can more or less follow along at the hashtag #fffear but here’s a sample: