The prescient comic will return in March with all kinds of newness: a new #1, a new story arc, a new prestige publishing format, and a new quarterly release schedule (but the same great creators).
When I think of my favorite artists in comics, Michael Lark is often at, always near the top of my list. He’s one of the best storytellers out there, and no one’s stronger at conveying emotions and making quiet moments say so much. I talked with him and Greg Rucka about Lazarus previously but was really happy […]
The shirts, which are available now, feature the words BELIEVE HERE beneath a picture of LAZARUS’ protagonist Forever Carlyle.
The regular series kicks off a new arc and two books.
Rucka and Lark have been one of my favorite pairings ever since the Half a Life arc in Gotham Central, and their work has only gotten stronger and more cohesive since that was first published. They’re now deep into their most ambitious collaboration to date, the Image Comics series Lazarus. With the freedom of creator-owned […]
Greg Rucka has been on a tear lately. Not only has he written two Star Wars novels and a comic book series set post-Empire, he’s also been impressing in the creator-owned sphere. Lady Sabre, Lazarus and Stumptown continue running on all cylinders, and his newest series, Black Magick with Nicola Scott, recently launched to great acclaim. I […]
The popular Eisner nominated series is headed to the small screen
Eric Trautmann is probably currently best known in the comics industry for his collaborations with comics author and novelist Greg Rucka, originally as an editor and sometimes co-writer. Most recently, though, he has been working with the co-creator of Lazarus and Lady Sabre as a graphic designer. Trainman flaunts his impressive design skills in the pages […]