Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillip's Icon crime comic "Incognito" could soon be rendered decidedly less concealed. 20th Century Fox has picked up the story of Zack Overkill and could potentially propel the tale into a major motion picture franchise
Marvel's Icon imprint has been getting a fair amount of attention in the digital space lately by announcing that a few of its biggest titles, "Powers" by Brian Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, along with Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Criminal" and "Incognito" will join Mark Millar and John Romita Jr
It was so much easier when Captain America could just punch prominent Nazis.
Ed Brubaker and Marvel Comics recently came under fire by Fox News due to the characterization of a small town protest group in Captain America #602. In the issue, Bucky and the Falcon, tra
If you thought the end of "Siege" would result in just one relaunched Avengers book this May, allow me to let you in on a little secret, "Secret Avengers," that is.
Marvel's rolling out an all-new Avengers title sporting an as-yet unannounced roster, although today's teaser image reveals a somewhat...familiar
Zack Overkill is supposed to be in hiding.
As one half of the superpowered Overkill Brothers, he was once respected and feared as a high-ranking member of the criminal organization Black Death. But after
If you didn't have a chance to watch all 10 episodes of Ed Brubaker's highly enjoyable "Angel of Death" web series on Crackle before it was taken down and sold on DVD, we have some excellent news: It's back online here at ComicsAlliance as one complete movie, and absolutely free to watch.
Created by Brubaker, the "Criminal" mastermind who's been scripting
Ed Brubaker is quite simply the king of comics noir, knocking it out of the park again and again with critically acclaimed titles "Incognito" and "Criminal." Now he's written a live-action web seties for Crackle
Six months after the death of Steve Rogers captured national attention, Marvel is proud to unveil the new Captain America as designed by renowned, award winning artist Alex Ross! This bold new look, seen here for the first time, also serves as the variant cover to January's Captain America #34, featuring the first appearance of this new Captain America! After the death of Steve Rogers, and the climactic events of Captain America #33, there must be a new Sentinel of Liberty and now Ross, one of the industry's most renowned artists, has created a dynamic new look for the seminal hero.
Marvel President of Publishing Dan