IDW has become the place to go for ultra-modern, relevant and exciting comic book adaptations of your favorite childhood franchises. Whether it's Transformers, Jem and the Holograms or Teenage Mutant Ninjas Turtles, IDW has been on a roll with titles that go way beyond nostalgia-grabs, and in some cases are some of the very best comics on the stands.
This is a trend the publisher hopes to continue with the announcement, via USA Today, that Brandon Easton and Tony Vargas will work on a new comic featuring MASK, the 1980s cartoon about a vehicle-based law enforcement agency that was kind of Transformers and GI Joe at the same time.
The acclaimed graphic novel series March is being developed as an animated TV series by Charleston Immersive & Interactive Media Studio, according to an announcement by that company. March is the autobiographical story of Congressman and longtime activist John Lewis and his lifelong involvement in the Civil Rights movement. It's written by Lewis and Andrew Aydin with art by Nate Powell.
What a week! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to sit back and read some comics. The weekend is finally here, and the world can relax and rest once more --- but the comics industry has been busy too, and the last seven days have seen a flurry of comics-based news and announcements fly past at high speed.
ComicsAlliance has got your back, though: when it comes to comics, we never slow down, so here’s a look back and just what’s been going on. New comics, new stories, new hirings, new podcasts, new art being made --- it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender!
Writer Joshua Williamson has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics. Previously known for Ghosted and Nailbiter at Image and Illuminati at Marvel, Williamson has already been announced as the writer of the upcoming Flash series that launches as part of DC Rebirth, alongside artist Carmine Di Giandomenico. The Flash: Rebirth comes out June 8, followed by The Flash #1 on June 22.
With this news that he's now DC-exclusive comes the announcement of another new series he's writing. Frostbite is a six-issue Vertigo miniseries that launches in September with art by Jason Shawn Alexander. It's a post-apocalyptic tale of a woman who is smuggling people through an icy wasteland.
In its latest step towards cultural domination, Archie Comics has teamed up with Chicago-based designer clothing website Threadless for a fashion line featuring and inspired by "America's New Teen-Age Boyfriend" and his pals.
Avengers: Standoff! Assault on Pleasant Hill Omega introduces a new hero to the Marvel Universe, albeit one who's taking on a legacy that stretches back almost 40 years. The new Quasar is a female SHIELD agent named Avril Kincaid, and she's the creation of writer Nick Spencer and artists Daniel Acuña and Angel Unzueta.
It's been 25 years since Jeff Smith's Bone began, and more than a decade since the last book was published, but today we're met with the exciting news that more Bone is coming! Specifically Bone: Coda, a new graphic novel by Jeff Smith, arrives this July according to an announcement on the official Bone Tumblr.
With so many great comics series to read, it can be difficult remembering what happened in a previous issue as we head into the current one. The Recap Page is here to help readers remember what they need to know as a new issue looms.
This week, Sex Criminals #15 drops, with Matt Fraction writing and Chip Zdarsky drawing, and both of them telling jokes. Everything’s coming (tee hee) to a head (tee hee) as tensions bubble over (tee hee, okay I’ll stop now) and the antagonists make their move…
Multiple sources have publically alleged that DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza has a history of sexual harassment.
Following news that Vertigo executive editor Shelly Bond was fired after more than 20 years at the company as part of an ongoing restructuring of the imprint, Loser-City website co-founder Nick Hanover and Rosy Press editor Janelle Assellin noted that Berganza continues to work for the company. Hanover stated on the record that he believes Berganza is a "serial harasser." Berganza and Bond’s roles at the company are unrelated.
This morning the nominees for the 2016 Doug Wright Awards for Canadian Cartooning were announced. Presented each year at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, the Doug Wright Awards honor Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have published work in cartooning in the past year. (Sorry, French Canadians, only work in English are included, although translations are eligible.)
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