Penciller, inker, colorist and painter Brian Stelfreeze is a longtime favorite of art and illustration enthusiasts. Beloved by a generation of readers for his memorably stunning run of painted covers for Batman: Shadow of the Bat in the 1990s, Stelfreeze's work is at once luscious and razor sharp, flying off the page (or screen) in hypnotic, ultra high contrast black and white or in a frenzy of electric, eccentric color. He's contributed in some capacity to seemingly every major American publisher in the
Following our cover reveal for Bravest Warriors #7 a few months back, we knew that the issue would pack futuristic beauty pageant espionage. What we didn't know was that awesome giant cyborgs would be involved in a kerfluffle with the team. Sensing our ensured excitement about how writer Joey Comeau, artist Mike Holmes, colorist Lisa Moore
It seems like just yesterday that Boom! Studios had announced a miniseries for Adventure Time creator Pendelton Ward's Cartoon Hangover show Bravest Warriors, but its popularity merited an almost instant upgrade to full-fledged ongoing and now the book's nearing its tenth issue and first trade paperback collection. Bravest Warriors #10 will drop in July, continuing the interior team of writer Joey Comeau and artist Mike Hol
I admit it. I was worried about Polarity. I'm a 27 year-old dude who, until a few years ago, dreamed of glibly belting thinly-veiled Kamandi allusions over metalcore breakdowns for a living. I'm only filling you in here so you hav
I think it's safe to say that all of us here at ComicsAlliance are pretty excited about Boom Studios' Regular Show comic, slated to launch next month with the creative team of K.C. Green and Allison Strejlau. The only probl
Now in his fifth year at the Los Angeles-based company, Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon has seen BOOM! Studios grow from what he's described as a "scrappy upstart" company that began in CEO Ross Richie's spare bedroom to what he's proud to say is now a top ten comic book publisher in the direct market. There have been ups and downs in that time, such as BOOM!'s bold steps into same-day digi
"A hole in the wall of reality, a mass-market TV show based on violent military suicide, a world where the laws of physics don't work quite right, and -- yes -- a f***ing enormous primate with a f***ing enormous gun" is how longtime 2000 AD and X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier has described his audacious new project from BOOM!