Today, IDW Publishing announced exclusively to ComicsAlliance that James Stokoe will be both writing and illustrating a new Godzilla miniseries titled Godilla: Half Century War for release this August. Stokoe, who is best known for his wo
On sale this week from Image Comics is Orc Stain #7, the first new issue of the lavishly illustrated James Stokoe fantasy series since April of 2011. Set against a variously beautiful and bizarre landscape covered in blood, guts and other filth, Orc Stain is the story of One-Eye, a clever young orc with the talent to unlock or open any safe or door or pretty much anything that's hollow. He's pursued relentlessly by the mad orc king, who
Over the years, Peter Parker has faced many problems relatable to the common man: struggling to make rent, dealing with a browbeating boss, dating a supermodel and even losing his job. In Spider-'Nam, a fan comic by Orc Stain creator and ComicsAlliance fav James Stokoe, Spider-Man deals with a situation that man
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James Stokoe wowed us a while back with his massive (and massively detailed) 4-square-foot Galactus drawing, a piece of art so good that it seems to have earned him his own Galactus-related story in Marvel's own Strange Tales II #3, out next week. What we hadn't seen, until today, were some earlier sketches by Stokoe based on t
In what will surely be one of the last major WTF moments of the year in comics, Orc Stain and Wonton Soup creator James Stokoe has released for free on his website a startling 100+ pages of fully written, drawn and colored pages of an unreleased comic book he's had sitting on his hard drive for a couple of years. Enticingly called Murder
If there's one thing we know about Galactus, it's that the possessor of the Power Cosmic is big. As Stan Lee once explained, the character was inspired by the question, "How could we get something bigger than a villain? Let's do a guy who's like a demigod-I like the name Galactus. He comes from Outer Space a