Black Hammer ’45 #1 Written by Ray Fawkes Illustrated by Matt Kindt Colored by Sharlene Kindt Lettered by Marie Enger Either as inspiration from or competition with the Big Two’s long histories as the primary superhero universes in comics, every once in awhile someone will come along and try to fashion their own. Sometimes this […]
The series will be co-written by Ray Fawkes, with art by Matt and Sharlene Kindt.
Writers: Kyle Baker (and art!), Jeff Whitman, Ray Fawkes Art: Jolyon Yates Colors: Laurie E. Smith, Matt Herms Lettering: Janice Chiang & Calvin Louie As a late twenty-something, my memories of watching Gumby on TV are sketchy at best. I definitely remember watching the adventures of Gumby and his pony pal Pokey on those super-early mornings getting […]
The Bat office continues to break the mold! FINALLY a Bat book drawn by Ben Templesmith! People in my comic book circle have been suggesting this as a no brainer for about five years. His creepy, moody work is tailor made for Gotham. It’s a horror book natch, called Gotham by Midnight, featuring a bunch […]
By Kyle Pinion One of the bigger initiatives to come from the Big Two this year is the advent of the three weekly titles from DC Comics: Batman Eternal, Futures End, and Earth 2: Worlds End. With the latter on the verge of release, and Batman Eternal continuing to perform well in DC Sales Figures, […]
Oni just released a preview of their 2014 output and it’s an eclectic mix for sure with books by familiar faces such as Ray Fawkes and Cullen Bunn, but some new people as well. (Can you guess which one is our favorite? Hint; Meow meow meow meow.) Here’s what to look for in the graphic novel line-up for summer 2014 and beyond.
Publishers seem increasingly willing to roll the dice on anthology formats recently. Maybe it’s the success of things like Dark Horse Presents, and the model they’ve followed of introducing new works and then successfully spinning them off into new story titles like BLACK BEETLE. There’s an inherently approachable aspect to anthologies—new readers can pick them […]