“What’s happened to the American Dream?” “It came true. You’re lookin’ at it.”
Who’s gonna watch the Watchmen?
More of a direct continuation than a sequel, it’s a follow-up every bit as timely and relevant to the world we live in as the story that rocked comics in the 1980’s.
“I mean, literally, European history is kicking the shit out of each other and invading everyone else. This is an example of what I want to talk about with Peter Cannon, by the way.”
Black Label is now here it’s at for classic stories about DCU charaters.
News books, old books, and an alligator at a comic con.
The LOST co-creator will adapt one of his long-standing inspirations
§ Nice Art; In all the Comixology Originals or it was mentioned now nice Abigail Jill Harding’s (artist on Ask For Mercy) art looks, and it is! § Marvel has all the pieces in place for a big comeback from their PR disasters of 2017, but first, they need to officially have an apology tour […]
It’s May 22nd, and Damon Lindelof has shared some of his personal journey towards creation of this adaptation
§ NICE ART: Chris Reynolds made a name for himself in 80s indie comics with Mauretania, an ongoing published in his native Britain. Nowthe fine folks at New York Review Graphic Novels have brought it out in a new hardcover editions, The New World: Tales from Mauretania, the latest in their series of extremely tasteful and […]