Between the premiere of the new "Twilight" movie, the "Curse of the Mutants" storyline launching in the X-Men tomorrow, and the thousand other stories, comics and goddamn cell phone commercials about vampires that sprout up every time you kick over a rock, one could be forgiven for feeling a little weary of the mythical bloodsucking monsters, who have managed to supplant zombies as the favorite overused trope in comics of the moment.
Regardless, we would be completely remiss if this glut kept us from recognizing how cool Ben Templesmith's original cover of "Bram Stoker's Dracula" is -- and when we say cover, we mean
Writer Ben McCool recently published his first creator-owned comic, "Choker," through Image, a 6-issue miniseries marked his major debut in comics -- and promptly sold out of the two issues that have hit shelves so far. As debuts go, it'
When you're running a comic book store that's got a big event coming up and you want to promote it, there are a lot of different routes you can go with. And if you're Richard Neal, owner of Zeus Comics in Dallas, Texas, you go with the most awesome option possible:
Zeus, the real-life store behind the fictionalized web series "The Variants," will be hosting a signing with "Choker" and "Fell" artist Be
If you missed Emerald City Comic-Con over the weekend in Seattle, no worries -- we've still got the highlights here on CA. And while we were making our rounds on the floor, we also snapped photos of the entertaining things and people we found, including Jeff Parker, Ben Templesmith, Steve Lieber, Kate Beaton, and the world's gayest He-Man animation cel. Check out the full gallery after the jump!
While a few damaged (and probably now collectible) copies of "Choker" #1 have made to the stands, the official release date of the new miniseries by writer Ben McCool and artist Ben Templesmith isn't till the 24th, but we've got an advance review of the comic to tide you over while you wait
"Choker" #1 hits shops early this Wednesday, a teamup between artist Ben Templesmith and writer Ben McCool set in sick, wonderfully sleazy environs of Shotgun City, a retro-futuristic hellhole that McCool describes as " a cr
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