A Fargo star joins the already towering cast
Join Rocket Girl writer Brandon Montclare, Comics Beat Managing Editor Alex Lu, and special guest Ricardo López Ortiz, artist of the hit series WOLF, as we discuss the big new titles coming out of Image Expo 2016!
After 15 weeks, it’s time for the end of Secret Wars…what did we think?
The first issue of Marvel’s brand new Secret Wars shipped in May of this year and was originally scheduled to conclude in eight issues. However, it now looks like Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic’s epic has been delayed into next year. According to the Diamond Distributors, Secret Wars ninth and final issue now has a January 6th street date. […]
Jonathan Hickman announced that he would return to double duty on his next book, writing and drawing the whole affair. As someone who was inspired by his unique sense of design in The Nightly News, this is very good news. Alexander LuAlex is the Managing Editor of the Comics Beat. He is also a freelance comics editor […]
By Nick Eskey On July 9th at San Diego Comic-Con, the creators of comics “Eat of West” (Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta) and “Invisible Republic” (Gabriel Hardman and Corrina Bechko) gathered on behalf of Image Comics. These comic writers and artists were present to discuss the processes that they use to create their perspective works. […]
Friday kicked off Marvel’s Secret Wars panel that sported a presence from author Jonathan Hickman. With the announcement that the author planned on leaving/scaling back his Marvel work, this could be the last we see of Hickman from a very long time with an official Marvel presence. Included among the panelists was Marvel Executive Editor […]
Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Esad Ribic Colors: Ive Svorcina Letters: Chris Eliopoulos • WHEN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE IS GONE, ALL THAT REMAINS IS BATTLEWORLD! • LEARN THE SECRETS OF THIS BRAVE NEW REALM IN THIS SPECIAL OVERSIZED ISSUE! Well folks…that’s how to write an event comic. Secret Wars #1 had so many plot threads to tie-up […]
eave it to a project helmed by Jonathan Hickman to be impeccably designed. The first issue of The Dying & The Dead brings together long-time collaborator Ryan Bodenheim as artist, colorist Michael Garland, and lettering duties by Rus Wooton for a whopping 60-page issue; and the sheer amount of information conveyed is akin to a freight train dropping from the sky at terminal velocity. In a good way, I assure you.
By: Alexander Jones Jonathan Hickman is going through a pretty massive career change. First up, he’s relaunching The Manhattan Projects with a new number one and title change, with The Manhattan Projects: The Sun Beyond The Stars #1. Expect the new #1 on March 11, 2015, along with Nick Pitarra on art with Jordie Bellaire on colors. […]