Bloodshot Salvation #7 has a bit of a gimmick. The story is “told entirely in pitch-black darkness.” If you’re thinking about that old Byrne issue of Alpha Flight with the snow storm, it’s not precisely like that. Scroll down and have a look at the preview pages, the effect is more claustrophobic than you might expect. The story has […]
“It’s been a tough year.”
To my friend. xo J pic.twitter.com/95VO2yxkxi — Jeff Lemire (@JeffLemire) October 18, 2017 Gord Downie, the lead singer of The Tragically Hip, passed away on Wednesday, October 18th. Downie had an aggressive and incurable form of brain cancer he discovered in December 2015. Him and his band did a final Canadian tour and bid farewell […]
We’ve made no secret of our admiration for Black Hammer, the deconstructed superhero saga by Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston. Writer Lemire offers an off kilter view of a superteam that was transported to a strange dimension after they defeated their greatest menace in an epic, crossover worthy battle. Now they find themselves living on a […]
Sometimes a writer and artist click and stick together. Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino seem to be falling into that category, having done a run of Green Arrow at DC, a run of Old Man Logan at Marvel and now they’re off to Image for Gideon Falls. In GIDEON FALLS, the lives of a reclusive young man obsessed with a […]
§ Nice art: I love Jeff Lemire. I love Dean Ormston. I love Black Hammer. I also love Spanish artist David Rubín, who’s truly one of the most imaginative stylists working in comics today. So it is wonderful that CBR previewed Rubín’s character designs for Sherlock Frankenstein & The Legion of Evil, a Black Hammer […]
Announced today at the Dark Nights: Metal/Dark Matter panel, Eisner nominee Jeff Lemire will be making his return to DC Comics with The Terrifics, a team spinning out of the Metal event comprised of: Mr. Terrific, Plastic Man, Metamorpho and a character to be identified. Lemire’s appearance was a surprise addition to the panel focused […]
Dark Horse acquitted itself well in this year’s Eisners with 13 nominations.
For some reason, there’s just something powerful about stories that focus on what happens to champions after they vanish into obscurity.
Jeff Lemire has become quite a prolific comics creator since 2008. He’s largely devoted himself to the varying forms of genre fiction that comics offers, both his own creations, like Sweet Tooth or The Underwater Welder, and the classic characters of DC and Marvel, though sometimes his superhero work was defined by its quirkiness, like […]