The short version: Jimmie Robinson's Five Weapons is a textbook example of how to create a first issue that leaves readers wanting more as soon as possible. Robinson introduces the main character, uses his unfamiliarity with the setting as an excuse to drop a lot of information on us, gives us brief and evocative descriptions of the cast, seeds a few mysteries, delivers a good amount of action, and then leaves you wanting more. It's a good comic, with an absur
Do you have "Extreme Talent"? Would you like to have your story illustrated by Rob Liefeld in an upcoming Image comic? If the answer to either of these questions is a resounding "yes," then Liefeld's contest calling on burgeoning creators to reinvent one of his Extreme characters for publication in an upcoming issue of Youngblood and Bloodstrike could be for you.A reportedly relatively
Holidays: It's Christmas for the folks who observe it. We're taking the day off, so enjoy however you spend the holidays!
Gaming: Deadpool wishes you a very merry... something or other... while fans wait for
Over the past few years, there hasn't been a dearth of fiction, particularly of the variety you might find in your local Christian bookstore, about what might happen if the Rapture, an event during which believers think God will call the righteous up to heaven in an instant, took place right now
The factors that make a comic appealing are an entirely subjective and strange thing. Sometimes the thrill of the unknown is what does it, and at other times, it's seeing something familiar performed in a new or particularly efficient way
Coming in late 2012 from Image Comics is Krishna: A Journey Within, an original graphic novel by Indian artist Abhishek Singh. Written and drawn by Singh, the story chronicles the tales of Krishna, the Hindu "god of gods." The fi
I like Kickstarter a lot. It's an efficient way to directly connect with artists while also making sure that a project that interests you gets funded. There are still a few hitches that need to be worked out, but my experience with Kickstarter has been largely positive. I've