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Francesco Francavilla Hits The ‘Hawkeye’ Target In April

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Less than a year old, Marvel's new Hawkeye series has already become known for the top-level artistic talent it offers on a regular basis, from David Aja's smart and stylish covers and interior work through guest art by the likes of Javier Pulido, Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm. Now, another modern master is signing up for a stint on the book, with the great Francesco Francavilla joinin

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Read 10 Pages of ‘Black Beetle: No Way Out,’ Your New Favorite Adventure Comic

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We've written many times about the uncommonly beautiful artwork of Francesco Francavilla -- whose stuff you've seen in Batman: The Black Mirror, Captain America and Black Widow and more than 70 cover illustrations in 2012 alone -- and as long as he keeps putting gorgeous new stuff out, we're never going to stop. Last month we told you about The Black Beetle: Night Shift #0, a special comic that compiled the Dar

Francesco Francavilla’s ‘The Black Beetle: Night Shift’ is the Hottest Cape Comic You Can Buy This Week

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On sale tomorrow from Dark Horse is The Black Beetle: Night Shift #0, an uncommonly beautiful little comic book written, drawn and colored by Francesco Francavilla. Originally serialized in the page

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Parting Shot: ‘Big Bird No More’ By Francesco Francavilla [Art]

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After the infamous Clint Eastwood vs. Chair incident at this summer's Republican National Convention, artist Francesco Francavilla created a clever piece of art to mock commemorate the incident.

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Parting Shot: Inspirational Invisible Obama Poster By Francesco Francavilla [Art]

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By now you're certainly aware of the incredibly unexpected and indescribably bizarre performance by Clint Eastwood at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida on Thursday night, where the American film icon delivered an unscripted and punishing admonishment to an empty chair he jokingly identifie

Link Ink: Francavilla’s ‘Black Beetle’ Gets A Mini, Call Me Misty And Segura Returns To DC

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Upcoming: Francesco Francavilla's The Black Beetle is getting a full-fledged miniseries at Dark Horse in January, which will kick off with a #0 issue collecting the BB tales from Dark Horse Presents #11-13 in December.

Industry: Alex Segura has returned to DC Comics as Executive Director of Publicity after a nearly two-year stint at Archie Comics as Vic

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Parting Shot: Comic Artists Pay Tribute To Joe Kubert

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In light of the untimely passing of Joe Kubert, there's been much discussion throughout the industry about the incredible influence he had as an artist, a teacher, a father, and a friend. While many have written tributes about the legend and his work, some creators are paying tribute the best way they kno

Parting Shot: ‘(After)Life with Archie’ Variant Cover Imagines Zombies in Riverdale

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Archie Comics has tackled everything from marriage equality to breast cancer in recent years, but they've never quite gotten around to one of the most popular fads in comics: ZOMBIES! All that changes with the zombie-themed

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‘Dark Horse Presents’ #12: Motter and Rude Make for an Ideal Anthology [Exclusive Art]

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On sale today, Dark Horse Presents #12 may be the most impressive yet of Dark Horse Comics' already prestigious anthology series. The new issue is an almost ridiculous who's who of my favorite comics creators

‘Dark Horse Presents’ New Francavilla, Arcudi, Case, Seeley and More [Preview]

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On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #11, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains new material by such comics creators as Francesco Francavilla (introducing The Black Beetle), Mike Richardson, Tim Seeley and Victor Drujiniu (introducing The Occultist), John Arcudi and Jonathan Case (introducing The Creep), Frank J. Barbiere and Luke Radl (introducing The White Suits). Additionally, the latest issue features continuations of serials by Steve Horton and Michael Dialynas (new

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