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A Man’s Voice Ambles on After His Death in Brandon Graham’s ‘The Speaker’ [Exclusive]

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Pieces of a man's life linger on in humanoid form after his death in Brandon Graham's story "The Speaker" from Dark Horse Presents #7. The man's voice had disappeared long before his demise, but returns after hearing word and heads to

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Parting Shot: Teaser Hints at the Return of Brandon Graham’s ‘King City’ in 2012

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Image Comics released a lovely teaser illustration today by creator Brandon Graham that seems to promise the return of Graham's brilliant and long-awaited King City in 2012. It has been far too long since we looked on the face of the Cat Master or his vast, fanta

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Link Ink: Brandon Graham’s ‘The Speaker,’ CliffsNotes Animates Shakespeare’s Plays and a Mutant Three-Eyed Fish

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Upcoming: King City creator Brandon Graham's The Speaker will debut in Dark Horse Presents #7 this December.

Actors: According to the Guinness Book of World Records Ultimate Nick Fury, I mean Mace Windu, I mean Samuel L. Jackson is the highest-grossing actor of all time. He's made Batman mon

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‘Prophet’: Brandon Graham and Simon Roy’s Extreme Studios Comic [Exclusive Preview]

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In one of the truly weirdest (but welcome) announcements at New York Comic Con, Image Comics revealed that a new slate of creators will be reviving Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios titles like Prophet, Youngblood, Extreme, Bloodstrike, and Glory, books whose gargantuan muscles, boobs and guns epitomized the "extreme" aesthetics of comics in the '90s. The surprising part? The creators involved include Alan Moore, Brandon Graham, Ross Campbell and Black Swan screenwriter John McLaughlin.

We're particularly excited for Prophet

Moebius’ ‘Starwatcher’ Redrawn By Brandon Graham And More [Art]

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Among the most ubiquitous of Moebius' many, many famous science fiction illustrations is "The Starwatcher," a hypnotically beautiful piece that, in the simplest terms, depicts a pretty girl sitting on a bench. Naturally, the

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‘Fantastic Four’ #9 Recreated Page by Page with Indie Cartoonists [Art]

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A couple of weeks ago we showed you a portion of Fantastic Four #9 redrawn by King City creator Brandon Graham. What we didn't realize at the time was that the commissioned piece was just one part of a larger a

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Parting Shot: A Modern Reinterpretation of ‘Fantastic Four’ #9 by Brandon Graham

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An excerpt from a commission by most excellent King City creator Brandon Graham, riffing on an old Fantastic Four #9 page. See the full commission (and Graham's really NSFW blog post) here.

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Link Ink: Cartoon Concert Posters, Bwana Beast’s Effect on Parenting and Green Lantern’s Website

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Art: Steve Thomas' concert posters have me wishing Voltron were really on tour.

Parenthood: Adam Rogers shares how Batman and Bwana Beast sculpted his parenting style.

Industry: Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley weighs in on why event comics work, Marvel's movies and what Disney will mean for the publisher's all-age

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‘King City’ Creator Brandon Graham Takes on The Terminator [Exclusive]

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Brandon Graham is no stranger to killer machines (both literal and surfer slang-ified) having illustrated any number of human/robot/cyborg variations within the pages of his critically-acclaimed "King City" and "Multiple Warheads" series. Tha

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You Should Be Reading ‘King City’

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Generally, the big moments, those scenes that really matter in comics, the ones that get a rush of elation and cheers, are the big ones. Spider-Man punching Norman Osborn in the face after a long fight; Captain America giving an inspirational speech, or Superman screaming "This ends now!" and opening up with full-power laser eyes. Sometimes

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