The Wyld Stallyns have returned to be excellent to each other in comics.
While rumors of a potential movie sequel continue to swirl, Bill and Ted -- last seen in comics in Marvel's 12-issue 1991 series Bill & Ted’s Excellent Comic Book, written and drawn by Evan Dorkin -- are definitely coming back to comics, in a new, six-issue Boom Studios series written by Brian Lynch and Ryan North, and with art by Jerry Gaylord and Ian McGinty.
Many comics fans know Ross Campbell as the creator of the acclaimed Wet Moon and the artist of the recently concluded Glory, but he's also among the biggest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans you're likely to meet this side of Dimension X. His fondness for Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's beloved green machines has manifested in the form of fan art posted on social media, covers and a short for Mirage's Tales of the TMNT and most recently work at IDW. Campbell's last full issue came last year in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Microseries #4: Leonardo and he's illustrated several covers and a few pages in the recent TMNT #23, but this week Campbell will illustrate yet another full TMNT tale alongside writer Brian Lynch and co-colorist Heather Nunnelly in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villain Microseries #4: ALOPEX.
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