Following an afternoon of spirited Twitter reminders to tune into Attack of the Show tonight, G4 comics and MMA correspondent Blair Butler finally got to follow up on the episode's big news: She's officially a comic book writer. Butler's teamed with artist Kevin Mellon and letterer/logo designer Crank! for Heart, a four-issue miniseries due out later this year from Image Comics. Quite suitably, Heart will fuse
Humankind's been asking this question since its inception, but the poet Haddaway phrased it best: What is love? Is love biological or spiritual or both? Can it be quantified like a fighter's power levels in Dragon Ball Z? The team of writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Kevin Mellon (and cover artist
In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance writer Chris Sims and a rotating cast of talented artists imagine a finer world to bring you a look at the Best Comics Ever that Did Not, Will Not, and occasionally Can Not Happen! For December, we're switching it up a little to bring you a GCTNH Holiday Special every week 'til Christmas! This week, we're commemorating the final night of Hanukkah with artist Kevin Mellon (Zombie EP, Hack/Slash and the upcoming Deadline with B. Clay Moore) as we
In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance writer Chris Sims and a rotating cast of talented artists imagine a finer world to bring you a look at the Best Comics Ever that Did Not, Will Not, and occasionally Can Not Happen! This week, Kevin Mellon (Zombie EP, Hack/Slash and the upcoming Deadline with B.
Kevin Mellon's artwork takes a commando approach to its subject matter in that he goes in with clear paths for his line work, doesn't go anywhere he doesn't need to with pinpoint accuracy, and isn't afraid to lay down a little heavy fire with some well rationed texture and shading in precisely the right places. You've likely seen him before thanks to his work on the metal band The Devil Wears Prada's "Zombie EP" comic, Arcana's "GearHead" or Tim Seeley's seri
On August 24, metal band The Devil Wears Prada enters the world of the undead with the "Zombie EP," a collection of five songs that pit the outnumbered living against infected former humans. To commemorate the horror-themed
Since zombies, comics and metal are essentially a recipe for edgy pop culture peanut butter and jelly (and honey!...that is, if you like honey), it's a wonder the deliciousness doesn't ooze from every pore of the entertainment industry