Daniel Bryan's journey to the main event of WrestleMania XXX in 2014 is one of my all-time favorite wrestling stories, and one of the most inspirational. And now, as we approach WrestleMania season, Aubrey Sitterson, Kendall Goode, and Jim Campbell are taking Bryan's life-long journey into comics in the pages of Boom's WWE: WrestleMania special.
Check out a preview --- and find out what other famous WrestleMania moments are making it to the page --- as we talk to Sitterson and Goode about adapting Bryan's story!
The Dreadnocks are causing even more trouble as the new Joe team of the post-Revolution Hasbro Universe heads to Mongolia for a battle against Crystal Ball, and you can check it out for yourself in a preview.
Magnus Robot Fighter, Doctor Spektor, and Turok began as the stars of Gold Key Comics, a company that no longer exists. In the 1990s they found a home at the original Valiant Comics, but now they're published by Dynamite. And they're getting a shot in the arm, courtesy of The Sovereigns #0, a 48-page one-shot coming out in April that Dynamite has been teasing over the past couple of days. Priced at only $1, the book comes from creators Ray Fawkes, Johnny Desjardins, Aubrey Sitterson, Chuck Wendig, and Kyle Higgins.
This week saw the release of the all-new GI Joe series, and as part of their efforts to re-establish America's Daring, Highly Trained Special Missions Force as the Crown Jewel of the Hasbro Universe, IDW has done a lot of really interesting things. It's changed the lineup and pared it down to a core team and added a new member that... well, that you could only really have on a version of GI Joe that exists in a unified Hasbro universe with all the other toy comics surrounding it.
But one of the most impressive things about the new series is that it features the art of Giannis Milonogiannis, who --- paired with writer Aubrey Sitterson --- has given GI Joe the kind of look that I'm not sure it's ever had before. It's a completely new take on the the aesthetic of ninja-based military fantasy. Now, Milonogiannis has released an 18-page sketchbook that features pages from the first issue, and his character designs for Scarlett, Shipwreck, Rock 'n' Roll, and more.
Aubrey Sitterson and Giannis Milonogiannis are stepping up to take the Joes in a new direction in GI Joe: Revolution. To find out more, ComicsAlliance spoke to Sitterson about leaning into the sci-fi aspects of the book, the characters he's chosen for the team, and when we'll see Destro. We also have a first look at some brand-new pages from issue #1!
Street Fighter x GI Joe is not a comic that requires a whole lot of explanation. There's a good chance that you know if you're going to be into this book just by reading that title, with all the promise of hard-hitting punchouts between World Warriors, Special Missions Forces and the terrorist organization known as Cobra that comes with it. But there are a whole lot of questions that go along with that title, and chief among them is just who's going to be matched up.
To find out, ComicsAlliance spoke exclusively to writer Aubrey Sitterson about the origins of the project, why he chose to structure it as a tournament between 16 characters from both franchises, and to take an in-depth look at the entire roster of the upcoming crossover!
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