What comic will be next to win over mainstream audiences thanks to a television adaptation, a la Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead? It just might be The Sixth Gun, Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's wonderful supernatural weste
In January comic book and graphic novel publisher Oni Press will relaunch its website as a new webcomics hub, featuring free comics every week day. The material will include at least two brand new serials a week and a mixture of previously published comics. After the serials conclude they will be released in print as graphic novels. This long-in-the-works initiative was made official at Friday's Oni Press panel at New York Comic Con, where Editor-in-Chief James Lucas Jones spoke more about the publisher's new projects from creators including Cullen Bunn, Joëlle Jones, Joe Harris, Brian Churilla... and Chris Sims.
Cosplay: Sylwester Adam WardÄga dresses as Spider-Man and cheers up/annoys citizens and government employees in Poland.
Industry: Oni Press has promoted George Rohac to Director of Business Development.
Fresh Ink! Online: Blair Butler and writ
Oni Press announced new collections from webcomics creators Scott C. of Double Fine Action Comics and Rich Steven's Diesel Sweeties, as well as teasing some upcoming projects and sharing info about their stable of continuing series at Friday's RevolutiONIize panel.
The big news of the panel -- moderated by Editor-In-Chief James Lucas Jones
Pity the poor Coyote. For more than six decades, he has been trapped inside our television screens, condemned to the Sisyphean task of attempting to murder the Roadrunner. But what if Wile E. Coyote final
Oni Press announced at Emerald City Comic Con today that it is now the official publisher of Penny Arcade, a massively popular gaming webcomic that revolves around Gabe and Tycho, the alter egos of creators Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins. The success of the strip, which boasts four million monthly readers, has lead to spin-off
This week, Oni Press has released Sharknife Volume 2: ZZ, the long, long, long-awaited sequel to Corey "The Rey" Lewis's 2005 rip-roaring story of video game-style action about a busboy who transforms into a martial arts hero/shark thanks to a magical fortune cookie. I was a huge fan of the original book, and while i