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Haryley Quinn is turnign into Old LAdy Harley for one issue, but there could be more.
Writeris known for some notable runs on some top books, mixing a lot of inside knowledge on character history with some alarming mayhem. He’s just picked up one of the plum roles in all of comics: writing the Harley Quinn ongoing title. With artist Inaki Miranda on board (and some help from Mirka Andolfo, colors by Jeremiah Skipper […]
Archie and horror. Who knew this was such a potent combo? Adding to Afterlife with Archie and The Chilling adventures of Sabrina, we now have Jughead: The HUnger. Which refers not to burgers this time, but a lycanthropic Jughead. Issue #1 is one sale today and here’s a spooooky preview. JUGHEAD: THE HUNGER #1 […]
The lede got buried a bit in this Washington Post profile of comics’ Royal Couple, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti. After helping turn Harley Quinn into one of the few consistently read and loved periodical comics – and making Harley a cultural icon along the way – the duo are taking some time off from their […]
What is Paperfilms? It’s not really a studio, but not just a loose confederation either. It consists of Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Justin Gray, Paul Mounts, Frank Tieri, Joanne Starer, Dave Johnson, Craig Weeden and Patrick Wedge. You probably got it after the first two names, but they function as a studio as well and you can hire […]
Y’alls remember the Black Death of the 14th century that swept throgh Europe killing as many as 200 million people, right? WELL WHAT IF IT WAS REALY A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE??? That’s the premise of Pestilence by writer Frank Tieri and artist Oleg Okunev with colorist Rob Shwager. Tom Bradstreet does the gore dripping covers. It’s a […]
Writer Frank Tieri has confirmed that Marvel’s Black Knight will end with issue #5: Ok, bad news time, folks… I can officially talk about this now and can confirm that yeah, issue #5 of BLACK KNIGHT will indeed be our last. It sucks and there’s a lot I could say about it but in the […]
Week four wraps up the review copies, with another slightly-uninspiring collection of comics. The first two weeks definitely felt a little stronger, or perhaps that’s just a side-effect from me reading fifty-odd issues of murder and horror in a row. It’s a little desensitising! There’s more set-up for the Arkham War crossover this week, as […]
Week three brings a number of Batman villains to the forefront, as well as a surprising disconnect with the main Forever Evil storyline. Hardly any of the comics this week seem to have much of a tie-in to the event they’re supporting, which is unexpected. That aside, it’s business as usual with mothers getting killed, […]