By Amanda Steele Fans of Gerard Way and My Chemical Romance filled the room for the “The Umbrella Academy Invites You to Check Into ‘Hotel Oblivion’” panel. I was lucky enough to get a great seat since I had been in the room for the panel before. While waiting for the room to fill and […]
Join Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá for a sneak peek at the long awaited return of the Umbrella Academy
The seven-issue miniseries debuts in October.
Today, it was reported that actor Mary J. Blige has been cast in Netflix’s adapation of Gerard Way’s and Gabriel Ba’s The Umbrella Academy. Blige, most recently known for her work on the Netflix original move Mudbound in a role which earned her an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress, will play the time traveling assassin Cha-Cha in […]
§ Nice art: Brian Cronin explains why Red Sonja has separates rights from Conan and wasn’t included in the new Marvel deal. Along the way he posts a lot of great art from Sonja’s long comics history including these lovely pieces from Spanish artist Esteban Maroto. Maroto was a mainstay of the black & white […]
4 days ago, Alex had reported that Netflix and Dark Horse were drying the ink on a deal that would turn The Umbrella Academy, Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba‘s creator-owned Dark Horse series, into the next comics-based offering from the streaming giant. As of this evening, it’s now official, as Netflix and Dark Horse have released […]
Out of development hell at last?
By Donald Powell Eisner Award-winning writers and artists Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba took time out from their busy schedule to talk about the evolution of their careers and the impact Comic Con continues to have in their lives. They have been nominated for this year’s Eisner Awards for their work on Two Brothers. Donald […]
The Comics Beat’s staff votes on the best Comic Books and Graphic Novels of the year.
Dark Horse is expanding its series of comics adaptations of short stories by Neil Gaiman with two new titles in 2016.
Gabriel Moon and Fabio Bá will adapt “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” and Colleen Doran does “Troll Bridge”. Dark Horse will also re-release Creatures of the Night and The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch, which were previously adapted by Michael Zulli.