Bill & Ted fans recently got some most non-heinous news with Boom Studios' announcement of a hardcover collection of the 1991 Bill & Ted's Excellent Comic Book series. Written and drawn by indie comics idol Evan Dorkin (Milk & Cheese, World's Funnest Comics, Beasts of Burden), the series was one of the best comics of the time, blending the manic energy of the films with Dorkin's legendary wit and crammed-to-the gills panels.
Hopefully this cult classic will find a wider audience this December, with the full-color collection of all of Dorkin's issues plus his adaptation of the Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey movie. We sat down with Dorkin to discuss the news, the genesis of the series and his early career.
The Wyld Stallyns have returned to be excellent to each other in comics.
While rumors of a potential movie sequel continue to swirl, Bill and Ted -- last seen in comics in Marvel's 12-issue 1991 series Bill & Ted’s Excellent Comic Book, written and drawn by Evan Dorkin -- are definitely coming back to comics, in a new, six-issue Boom Studios series written by Brian Lynch and Ryan North, and with art by Jerry Gaylord and Ian McGinty.
Could you use a few more watercolor portraits of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 cast in your life? If you answered in the affirmative, proceed directly to the works of artist Mark A. Fionda Jr. He's an illustrator with a wholesome, Saturday morning cartoon look to his art and some radical ideas for redesigning Darth Vader, Gizmo from Gremlins and more
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