“I asked, but they wouldn’t let me [go through a glass window].”
Lana Condor’s got a sword and she knows how to use it.
By Brandon Pascall I’ve been following Deadly Class since it’s inception five years ago. I was a sophomore in high school and much like Marcus (the main protagonist) I identified with his problems. For those uninitiated, Deadly Class is set in the backdrop of the late 80’s and it’s a high school for teenage assassins. […]
Rick Remender’s Image series approaches its TV debut
The tale of the school for assassins gets another hardcover collection
Welcome to King’s Dominion
This is the third season in a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season, or view the complete archive. I hope you’re not tired of me talking about textless covers yet, because I’ve still got so much to say! This week: the textless wraparound cover. Maybe the two most […]
TV show announcement = 65% off. It’s New Math.
At New York Comic Con last week, The Beat’s Lindsey Morris chatted with Wes Craig about his current comics life – what it’s like to spend your days elbow-deep in teenage assassins, angst, and violence.
by Zachary Clemente In the incredibly crowded Artist Alley of New York Comic-Con, I sat down with illustrator Wes Craig to talk about his work on Blackhand Comics and Deadly Class, both published in print by Image Comics. His work exhibits some of the most exciting paneling structures and dynamic representation of motion, at least to me. I’m pleased […]