We wrap up Statix Week at The Beat with a series announcement for Serge Lehman’s Season of the Snake and five-page preview.
We’ve got six never-before-seen pages from Fabian Nury and Theirry Robin’s Death To The Tsar graphic novel, a spiritual successor to The Death Of Stalin.
We continue our week of European comic goodness with more from Statix Press: Titan Comic’s new imprint that’s working to translate the best strips from across the pond to make them available to the US and UK markets. Today we’ve got a really interesting piece of work for your perusal: Atlas & Axis. The story […]
Today we shine our Statix spotlight on Alisik: a ghostly series about life after death.
It’s Statix Week at the Beat and we kick things off with an interview with editor Chris Thompson on publishing more European Comics in the US.
We’ve got a look at 3 pages from the series, which is due out on March 21, 2018. In addition, we’ve got a few covers for you, one by artist Simon Bisley of Lobo fame who writer/artist Yacine Elghorri has cited as one of his main influences.
13-page exclusive look at the English translation of Doctor Radar, a 1920’s Parisian-noir romp where a “gentleman detective” is drawn into a game of cat-and-mouse while investigating a series of murders linked to the titular criminal mastermind.
It’s time to take a look at the sales distribution charts of Image and the other independent publishers for August. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct Market sales with the following caveats: 1) you […]
Comics are still here and fighting and Titan Comics is going in with a NEW imprint: Statix Press, which will present European comics in English language editions. The line will include such classics as Philippe Druillet’s Lone Sloane, and Alejandro Jodorowsky’ Showman Killer, and new titles. Statix Press will also be the home for Titan’s back catalogue of translated […]
If Fighting American’s marketing is already up to the task of subverting Marvel’s much maligned Secret Empire it gives high hopes that this reboot of the Simon and Kirby series will itself be subversive of our current political climate.