Family is at the center of Farmhand, specifically main character Zeke’s relationships with the family he was born into and the family he chose. Rob Guillory has created a comic lending that sense of family, occasional wackiness in a similar vein as CHEW, and a foreboding tinge of horror together to excellent results. I interviewed Rob […]
Welcome to King’s Dominion
This is the third season of a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season here, or view the complete archive. I forking love textless covers. Can’t get enough of them! So when Image Comics announced they were doing a series of textless variant covers as part of a […]
Pornsak Pichetshote and Aaron Campbell take you on an in-depth look on how they created the striking covers for their Image horror series.
Ballistic, Stryker, Ripclaw, and all the other names that easily fit in a Mortal Kombat game are back in Top Cow’s crown jewel title Cyber Force. Can a property so visually 90’s make a contemporary leap for new audiences while still maintaining what gave it a fan base? CYBER FORCE #1 Story: Matt Hawkins, […]
Alex Lu sits down with writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Aaron Campbell, two of the minds behind Image’s new comic series INFIDEL, for a special audio interview to discuss the craft and themes of this American horror story.
This week’s biggest debuting comics belonged to Image Comics with the supernatural horror mindbender Gideon Falls and the much anticipated Kirkman pre-tv property Oblivion Song. That’s not to say the industry as a whole didn’t keep up as Dynamite took the legend of The Green Hornet in a bold direction while Oni gave Rick & Morty fans […]
Prism Stalker builds a psychedelic world from the very first page.
Oh #1 comics, how I’ve missed you. The funny thing about putting together comic book shows is you don’t have time to actually read comics. But we’re back and bringing you the debuting comics of the week, just in time to talk about Image Comics’ new series, The Beef. THE BEEF #1 (of 5) […]
by Jacob Shapiro The internet sure loves muckraking, so when I decided to throw some shade at Marvel for their ComicsPro presentation in Portland last week, Comics Twitter lit me up. Reflecting back on Marvel’s strangely combative tone, I ask myself: why are we all really here at this industry summit? Marvel’s official logic for […]