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Previously, on ‘Battle Chasers’: Joe Madureira On Returning To His Hit Series After 14 Years Away [Interview]


Joe Madureira's fantasy adventure series Battle Chasers was a huge hit when it launched in 1998 from WildStorm's Cliffhanger imprint, but it quickly fell to an irregular schedule, with one issue delayed by sixteen months, and the series disappeared altogether after its ninth issue in 2001.

But that sixteen month delay is going to look like nothing compared to the gap between issues #9 and #10! Yes, Battle Chasers is finally coming back after a fourteen year break, to coincide with the launch of a Battle Chasers video game currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter. To celebrate the book's long-awaited return, we spoke to Joe Madureira about what he's been up to, and why readers should give the series a fresh chance! We also have an exclusive look at some of Madureira's character sketches and concept art for the series.

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Joe Madureira’s ‘Battle Chasers’ Returning With New Game and Comic, Maybe

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Almost fifteen years after the comic disappeared from shelves, Joe Madureira's Battle Chasers is set up for a big comeback. Of course, since he's gotten a taste of video game development, Joe Mad's not content to just revisit the fan-favorite in comic book form.

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‘Darksiders 2′ Impressions: Welcome To Gaming’s Greatest Hits


To many gamers, the original Darksiders was a fun surprise during the first week of 2010. Releasing in what is usually the most barren season for game launches, Darksiders was known for blending the art of Joe Madureira with the frenetic action of God of War and the cerebral dungeon solving of The Legend of Zelda...

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Death Gets His Reap on in ‘Darksiders II’ [Hands-On Preview]


San Francisco is known for some rad sights. The City by the Bay's got the Golden Gate Bridge, a neighborhood that sounds like it hates... ash berries? and that house the Tanner girls grew up in. I didn't really see any of those last week when I visited to attend a hands-on event for THQ and Vigil Games' upcoming Darksiders II, but I did see a version of the horseman Death who looks like a fusion of Casey Jones and Skeletor cut through a bunch of monsters, run along walls and ride around on some magical robots, all in the art style of Joe Madureira...

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