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Joe Keatinge On ‘Thanos: Son of Titan’ [SDCC]


Over the past year, Joe Keatinge has found success as the writer of Glory and Hell Yeah for Image, but last week, Marvel announced that they'd tapped him to tell the origin of one of their toughest villains in Thanos: Son of Titan...

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Marvel’s ‘Next Big Thing’ Panel: Jeff Parker’s Red She-Hulk, the Future of the Runaways, X-Factor’s ‘Breaking Points’, Polaris’s Dad and Neal Adams’s ‘First X-Men’ [SDCC]


Marvel's Director of Communications - Publishing & Digital Media Arune Singh introduced the members of the publisher's "Next Big Thing" panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday: Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso, editor Sana Amanat, talent scout C.B. ...

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Marvel Launches ‘Son of Titan’ Mini To Explain Thanos’ Origins


Many people met him for the first time during his mid-credit appearance in the record-breaking officially-third-most-successful-movie-ever The Avengers, but even for those of us who've been familiar with the character for a long time, there's still one question to be answered about Thanos: What makes him tick...

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‘Glory’ #26: Time to Move on to Real Weapons [Preview]


In Glory #26 by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell, the titular heroine helps a young girl named Riley learn to defend herself in order to prepare for the coming war. Read more for a six-page preview of the issue, out today from Image comics with a totally sweet cover by CA favorite Ulises Farinas...

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War Rocket Ajax #112: Joe Keatinge Talks ‘Glory,’ ‘Hell Yeah’ and CM Punk [Podcast]


This week on War Rocket Ajax, up-and-coming writer Joe Keatinge joins us to talk about how he came up reading comics in the '90s, and whether or not his love of pro wrestling impacted the violence of comics like Glory and Hell Yeah -- and you can listen to the whole show, right here at ComicsAlliance...

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Image Comics 2012: Morrison, Harris, Chaykin, Hitch, Millar, Quitely, Wood & More


Opened with a keynote address by Publisher Eric Stephenson that emphasized personalities and relationships in the comic book scene, the first Image Comics Expo in Oakland, California, came with more major publishing announcements than we expected...

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Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell’s ‘Glory’ Lives Up to the Name [Review]


When Image Comics announced last year that it was doing a full-on relaunch of Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios comics, the most surprising thing for me wasn't that this was something that was happening in the year 2012, but how much I was looking forward to it...

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All ‘Glory’ to Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell’s Amazon Warrior [Preview]


It is still very strange for me to accept that among the new comics I'm most looking forward to this year are revivals of characters from Rob Liefeld's infamous Extreme Studios, but that is quite honestly the case...

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New Art from Vaughan’s ‘Saga,’ Hickman’s ‘Manhattan Projects,’ Keatinge’s ‘Hell Yeah’


In the wake of Marvel's big Avengers Vs. X-Men announcement and some pervasive DC rumors, the always forthright Publisher of Image Comics Eric Stephenson took the opportunity to distinguish his company from the Big Two by pointing out some brand new creator-owned projects readers can look forward to in 2012...

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Joe Keatinge and Zack Soto’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Pitch That Never Was


Not too long ago, we here at ComicsAlliance told you about the lost Ross Campbell Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic that, unfortunately for fans of Campbell's amazing artwork, never happened. But as you might expect with a franchise that an awful lot of people -- myself included -- grew up loving, Campbell wasn't the only one with an idea for a new series...

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