Last week in our interview with "Axe Cop" creators (and recent Dark Horse Comics signees) Ethan and Malachai Nicolle it was revealed that the brothers' axe-wielding protagonist would be meeting Christopher Hastings' celebrated webcomic hero Dr. McNinja. Now, thanks to Ethan and Hastings, we have a glimpse into what the all-star crossover will lo
Printed bad guys are doomed. Starting this December, the brother team of writer Malachai and artist Ethan Nicolle are taking their explosively popular hero Axe Cop beyond the Web with a printed collection of its online material, followed by an all-new, full-color three-issue miniseries due Spring 2011 from Dark Horse Comics.
Considering it requires the combined might of the Brothers Nicolle to maintain "Axe Cop's" current breakneck (or perhaps in this case, chopped-neck) production pace, it only seems fiar that the creation of the series' fan-made theme song would also amount to a two-man task. That's precisely the case when it comes to the musi
If you haven't read "Axe Cop," then you probably haven't been on the internet recently, because this thing has gone viral. The story of a cop with an axe, and his adventures with dinosaurs, unicorn babies, and bad guys with pretzels for
Erupting as one of Webcomicdom's coolest new series last week as Entertainment Weekly's "Site of the Day," along with links around the greater geek blogosphere (including here at CA), "Axe Cop" has been introducing the Internet at large to his special brand of justice all weekend long.
Inspired by this massive online response, the brother team of 5-year-old writer Malachai and 29-year-old artist Ethan Nicolle ha
One of the things we enjoy most about a certain genre of comics is their sheer, ass-kicking absurdity ; blind ninja lawyers who dress up like the devil, Norse thunder gods who turn into frogs, and alcoholic robots who fight zombies in alternate universes. And while many people -- outside of comics, at least -- may drift away from this sort of wild, outrageous s
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