Brian Wood’s Spawn Script for #251 Was “rewritten”

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 By: Alexander Jones Comics fandom was surprised when Brian Wood was solicited as the author of Spawn #251. Wood is known for writing material such as DMZ, The Massive, and now, his run on Moon Knight, it should be noted that all those titles are incredibly different from Spawn. This issue is a massive celebration, bringing […]

Brisson and Couceiro Go BOOM! with Cluster #1

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Ed Brisson of Sheltered and Sons of Anarchy fame has just announced a brand new project over at BOOM! Studios entitled Cluster. The book follows Samara, the leader of a group of cons. Samara is sentenced to prison for her crimes, and then given an option to join to go kill aliens on a planet […]

Spider-Woman Gets New “clothes to kick ass in”

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By: Alexander Jones Designer Kris Anka has just crafted some new threads for Jessica Drew A.K.A. Spider-Woman, a woman in need of a super-makeover. Anka has been pulled into reinvent some classic costumes with great results, including Storm’s newish outfit during Marvel NOW! that stuck around only because it was really fantastic. Anka’s new design for Drew […]

Guy DeLisle’s Pyongyang film adpatation scrapped after Interview disaster

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In case you missed it, Sony Pictures has been forced to cancel the theatrical release of The Interview after hackers have released a catastrophic trove of private emails and scripts, and threatened to bomb theaters showing the film—and theater owners began saying they wouldn’t carry it. The film follows a pair of bumbling journalists sent to North Korea to assassinate Kim Jong Un, and apparently, Supreme Leader did not like this plot line.

The repercussions of this Hollywood disaster will be felt for years to come, but one piece of collateral damage was a planned adaptation of Pyongyang, Guy DeLisle’s graphic novel about his two months spent in the North Korean capital working on an animation project. New Regency has pulled the plug on the project which was to have starred Steve Carrell and be directed by Gore Verbinski from a Steve Conrad script. However the log line for the movie bears little resemblance to the book that I read:

The Free Comic Book Day Silver Titles are Pretty Awesome

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By: Alexander Jones After revealing the first wave of Free Comic Book Day titles, it was only a matter of time before the rest of them started to pop up. This next batch is very exciting, and full of fun offerings from all your favorite publishers with the big guns like Marvel and DC, along […]

Valiant shows off Doug Braithwaite’s Incredible Pages from Imperium

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By: Alexander Jones Imperium is coming. After getting briefed from Joshua Dysart on mission orders, check out these brand new pages from the fantastical Doug Braithwaite in a press release sent straight from the Valiant Entertainment headquarters in New York City. Imperium is Valiant’s spiritual successor to Harbinger, a title that carried the company into […]

DC Slaughters Over 10 Titles

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Text By: Alexander Jones – Image By: Jeff Stahler All hell broke loose today as DC Comics quickly tried to sweep a host of cancellations under the rug. The upcoming Convergence event taking place in April and May seems to be pulling some big change in the house of Batman and Superman. The news came from […]

“Venditti’s cooked up a good one” in Valiant’s Dead Hand

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By: Alexander Jones “Venditti’s cooked up a good one” In 2015, Valiant Entertainment is gearing up to send Aric of Dacia, the greatest, most butt-kicking 15th century Visigothic that was ever placed out of time in a brand new storyline entitled Dead Hand. The creative team features the usually spectacular talent of Robert Venditti and […]

Mark Waid and Fiona Staples Are the New Archie Creative Team

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Archie dropped a bombshell today.  The new creative team on Archie will be Mark Waid and Fiona Staples.  Yes, the Daredevil writer and the Saga artist.  That Mark Waid and that Fiona Staples. No, we didn’t see that coming either.

Interview: Joshua Dysart on the “Largest Robber Baron” in The Valiant Universe [Imperium]

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By: Alexander Jones “He’s definitely the largest robber baron in the history of the human species,” said author Joshua Dysart of Toyo Harada, the main character in his newest ongoing series Imperium. Valiant Entertainment could have just published another volume of their fan-favorite Harbinger title which Dysart also wrote and called it a day; but […]

Back This: ‘Moonshot’ – The Indigenous Comics Collection from Alternative History

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by Zachary Clemente Kickstarter has been the way for me to find new comic projects and boy am I glad to have come across this project. Moonshot from Alternative History Comics and edited by Hope Nicholson, is a 200 page collection of short stories from Indigenous creators across North America showcasing the rich heritage and identity of First Nations, Inuit, […]

An Open Letter to Pat Broderick: On Cosplay, Entitlement, and Gatekeeping

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by Zachary Clemente In October, comics veteran Patrick Broderick announced that he was returning to DC for an unnamed project after 20 years. A few days ago, he posted the below on his facebook page, requesting that people who are cosplay personalities or represent conventions who build their show to include cosplay and media guests should not invite […]

‘Henshin’ – A Series of Transformative Shorts from Niimura Coming in January

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by Zachary Clemente CHANGE IS THE CONSTANT IN KEN NIIMURA’S HENSHIN – A short story collection exploring life in modern Tokyo. I feel like everybody has days that are just so important to them that can always be recalled; the feelings and emotions crashing back through as strong as ever. For me, one of these days […]

Hickman & Bodenheim Bring ‘The Dying And The Dead’ To Image Surprising No One

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by Zachary Clemente “The last story of the Greatest Generation” Don’t let the semi-snarky headline fool you – I love me some Hickman Madness. Secret with artist Bodenheim was one of my favorite short series releases of the past two years and I adore both Manhattan Projects and East of West. Beyond his actual work, what really […]

Albert Monteys Shoots for the Stars with Universe! #1 at Panel Syndicate

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by Zachary Clemente Well, this is a wonderful surprise! Panel Syndicate announced today that a new digital comic by Albert Monteys (of El Jueves fame) is being hosted on their platform. Panel Syndicate, launched by Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin with the purpose of hosting their spectacular 10-issue series The Private Eye with colorist Muntsa Vicente, is […]

Thanks, Obamacomics!

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A graphic novel has become Exhibit A in the latest Obamacare controversy.