Jason Aaron and Ron Garney are the latest creators to take past work off of Marvel’s creator-owned imprint.
Today, artist Stephanie Hans and writer Kieron Gillen announced DIE. This new Image Comics series, launching in December, will explore traditional tabletop gaming tropes through the lens of fantasy and horror. DIE follows a group of six teenagers who disappear during a role-playing game session in 1991, only to reappear without explanation two years later, […]
PLUS: How Joe Quesada got banned from Batman, and Marvel almost bought WildStorm.
I’ve been following Skottie Young on social media for quite a while, and he’s mentioned Bully Wars a number of times. It was originally a story he would both write and draw but he ended choosing I HATE FAIRYLAND as his first Image series. I’m glad he decided to rework BULLY WARS and even happier […]
Now that my body has finished a full week in cryotherapy recovery chambers from the SDCC, it’s time to get back to talking about debuting comics. The end of July/beginning of August is loaded with quality books, making it impossible to pick a single best or worst one, so let’s make up for lost time […]
The prolific cartoonist talks about creating in the age of Trump and opens up about her process in advance of her upcoming collection from Image Comics, ME THE PEOPLE.
It’s the week before Comic-Con and all through the store comics are still stirring. This week, Kirkman tried to put surprise back in comics, Superman got Kryptonian depression, and best of all Chew‘s Rob Guillory has a new series that makes you remember potatoes have eyes. FARMHAND #1 Art & Story: Rob Guillory […]
Rob Liefeld’s “fish out of water” warrior is primed to make his live-action debut
Dean Haspiel’s imagines a world where art is currency and superheroes are more than vigilantes in the Ringo Award-winning The Red Hook.
Son of Hitler has a provocative title, but delivers an alternate history story with obvious respect for the actual events of World War 2, conveying the harsh realities experienced during that part of history. Co-writer Anthony Del Col certainly knows how to research for his stories, as the writer of a series involving all of […]