Boom! conspirator revealed as Jordan and Kristantina’s DEEP STATE

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Tweet Remember that Boom! Studios conspiracy book we were teasing last week? The cpinsorators have been revealed: Writer Justin Jordan and artist Ariela Kristantina (Death of Wolverine) will unveil DEEP STATE in NOvember. According to pr, it’s about John Harrow, a man who works for the U.S. government to ensure the nation’s secrets stay that way—secret. In the first story […]

15 days of Boom: Justin Jordan writing three titles

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Tweet And Boom continues its two week announcement roll-out with news that Justin Jordan (Luther Strode) will be writing not one not two but THREE THREE THREE titles for Boom! Jordan has really cemented his place as an up and comer over the last few years so this is another strong announcement for all concerned.

The Beat Podcasts! More To Come: Brian Stelfreeze, Justin Jordan & Rico Renzi interviewed

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Tweet Straight from the offices of Publishers Weekly, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source of comics news and discussion starring The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald. In this week’s interview special, Heidi goes to Mid-Georgia Con in Macon, Georgia and interviews comics creator Justin Jordan of The Strange Talent of Luther Strode and Shadowman, Rico Renzi – […]

NEW webcomic alert: Thanos, Darkseid and Dr. Doom – Carpool Buddies

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Tweet Aaaaand Justin Jordan and Rafer Roberts have updated their mundane villainy series with a brand new epic–in which Darkseid and Thanos get a new ride along buddy, Dr. Victor von Doom. PREVIOUSLY: This has been around for a while, but we never got round to posting it. Justin Jordan and Rafer Roberts have created […]

Image in December: Black Kiss Christmas Special, Uh-Oh

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TweetAfter taking a look over the solicitations for Marvel and DC in December, it’s time to take a look at Image’s new comics. There’s a whole new load of first issues, along with some specials and – uh-oh – a Black Kiss 2 Christmas Special. Ho-ho-ho?

SDCC’13: Skybound Announce ‘Manifest Destiny’ and ‘Dead Body Road’

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TweetRobert Kirkman’s Skybound imprint had a panel today, during which the company announced two new titles: Dead Body Road from Justin Jordan and Matteo Scalera; and Manifest Destiny from Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts.

On the Scene: Valiant Reveals Game Plan at Heroes Con 2013

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TweetValiant gathered their ranks and hoisted their banners at Heroes Con to lay out the game plan well into their “Summer of Valiant” and beyond for fans. In a panel hosting a wide array of writers, artists, and guiding forces in the company, they previewed and discussed their titles and hinted at things on the […]

On the Scene: Image Crowds the Dais at Heroes Con 2013

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TweetOn the opening day of Heroes Con, there were plenty of excellent panels to behold, but Image pulled out all the stops by packing so many artists and writers onto the speakers platform that one had to stand and another was teetering on the edge bravely. Aaron Holland (“A Comic Shop” columnist for Bleeding Cool) […]

Review: The Villains Kick Things off in Shadowman #5

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TweetThe most recent book to return from Valiant, Shadowman started a second arc this week, with issue #5 from Justin Jordan and Patrick Zircher. The series has made an effective return, with some good character work and world-building – although the book is struggling to lift all the different storylines it has weighing it down. […]

New Green Lantern creative teams and new title announced

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Recently it was announced that the landmark Geoff Johns 100+ issue Green Lantern era was over, and a whole new creative team wold be brought aboard the line. Well, the news is out, a new team of fearless creators has been announced—in brightest convention appearance, in blackest message board meltdown, no storyline will escape rewrites. In addition to the four existing books, a new one starring popular bad good guy Larfleeze has been added to the New 52 line-up. here’s the roll-call:

Good Work, Comics: Boy Bands and Shadow Edition

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TweetIt’s getting tougher all the time, as Paul McCartney would’ve likely sung if the Beatles had reunited for a jaded comeback tour in the 1990s. All you want in life is for Stephanie Brown to get just one bit of respect, but time and time again your dreams are shatteringly recoloured at the last moment. And […]