“My concern with writing was that I would lose this creative spark…”
There’s an idea in storytelling that, if built and focused on in the right ways, a place can become a central character in its own right. While it doesn’t speak, react, or think in the ways our traditional protagonists do, observing the way that a room, a building, or even a city changes over time […]
Damn this is a good week for new and debuting comics. Between a new chapter of the Generations, finally putting the nail in Secret Wars or Invasion or whatever that Marvel crossover Secret thing was this time, and Harley Quinn celebrating 25 years comics had tons to pick from. Oh…and RUNAWAYS is finally back! No, […]
Harlem has never seen anything like this.
After a week of being on the road, we’re back with debuting comics reviews. This week we’re seeing if The Hard Place from Image Comics is worth your time or if it simply spins its wheels. As always, for the week in Marvel and DC check out their respective rundowns on The Beat. The Hard […]
*clap clap clap* More new comics! *clap clap…clap clap clap* Another week means another crop of debuting #1’s and one-shots. Marvel brought their Generations of Hulks together, Dynamite apparently likes cats, and Image offers up an answer to some of history’s most famous disappearances. As always check out the Marvel and DC rundowns for what’s […]
Rocket Girl returns this week with a new issue #8. The Beat has a look at the gorgeous preview pages for the new issue below, but we also have an exclusive conversation between series creators Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare! They’ve been working together a long time on projects including Halloween Eve and the smash hit Moon Girl […]
As if Robert Kirkman didn’t have enough to do already, AMC is tapping the creator of The Walking Dead for a new mini documentary series. One which tells the stories of comic book industry happenings that shaped the industry into what it is today. Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics might be a title full […]
When Johnny Cash said that love was a burning thing, he was probably talking about the self-published works of Becky Cloonan. Before she became the first woman to draw an issue of Batman or the visual sense of Gerard Way’s Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, Becky wrote and illustrated tales of tragedy […]
So, it looks like theme variants are a thing now at Image? This month’s theme is April Fools.