Another comic con in NYC, and it’s another good one.
Disclaimer: Recently, I had a chance to edit my first single issue comic: Infinite Dark #1, published through Top Cow. In the piece below, I reflect upon a small piece of that professional experience and what having worked on the book means to me. There are many comics pages that stick in my brain. I’m […]
Kickstarter distribution continues.
Apocrypha: The Legend of Babymetal ships in October.
That’s a fairly traditional lineup, as such things go.
You remember Eddie Campbell, right? From Hell, Alec and Bacchus? He has new website, “Eddie Campbell, Dammit!” (https://www.eddiecampbelldammit.com) He’s also running a six-part comic there. “The Empty Nesters” is running on Friday. Under no circumstances should you view it at work. NSFW, if you prefer the acronym. Todd AllenTodd Allen wears a lot of hats. At various times he’s […]
Here’s a preview of Hazel Newlevant’s debut graphic memoir, No Ivy League, a tale of teenage discovery and racial tensions set in Portland, OR.
You knew it had to happen eventually, and it’s finally here. To coincide with the new film, naturally. Image is now releasing the film tie-in cover for the trade paperback of Mark Millar’s and Dave Gibson’s old Icon mini-series, The Secret Service. Since the film was a hit, the book has been re-titled Kingsman: The Secret Service [trade […]
The Hitman video game franchise goes back to 2000 and with two different film adaptions, so the odds are at least even that you’ve heard of it. If not, it’s a game about Agent 47 (or just “47”), an elite hitman who’s been cloned from the enhanced DNA of five master criminals. The comic will […]
Comics have a long history of killing off it’s darlings: Superman, Ferro Lad, Gwen Stacy, Invisible Kid, Professor X and Captain Marvel. Marvel, in particular, has made a habit of this in recent years, killing off the likes of Captain America (sort of), Professor X (AGAIN), Human Torch, Wolverine, War Machine, Bill Foster and Bruce Banner, […]