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 […]
When Snotgirl launched from Image, writer Bryan Lee O’Malley was the “name” coming off of Scott Pilgrim and Seconds, but the book’s co-creator and artist Leslie Hung made it clear from the start that she was an equal partner, whose style and approach have been key to the book’s success. The second collection of Snotgirl, […]
Celebrate the release of the Volume 1 TPB with a PDF of the full first issue of the series.
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.