One of Jack Kirby's most celebrated (if short-lived) post-DC creations is once again getting an all-star treatment from its latest publishing home at Dynamite Entertainment. Coming this July is a new Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers series from writer Joe Casey and an army of artists including Farel Dalrymple, Ulises Farinas, Michel Fiffe, Nathan Fox, Jim Mahfood, Benajmin Marr, Jim Rugg and Connor Willumsen.
With a name as audacious as D.I.S.CO. Destroyer you've really got to deliver the kind of insanity and style conjured up by that combination of letters. Rest assured that cartoonist and illustrator Jim Mahfood, comics and animation writer Joe Casey and film producer Scott Mosier have turned in something that lives up the title, a beautifully designed, senses-assaulting animated project for MTV"s revival of the great Liquid Television about a hot-rodding rocker and his race against Heaven and Hell for the fate of mankind.
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Everybody Loves Tank Girl is the new Tank Girl book collecting the recent issues drawn by Jim Mahfood and written by Tank Girl co-creator Alan C. Martin. Before getting into things too thoroughly, let's briefly unpack the term "the new Tank Girl," because that's quickly becoming not just a distinction referring to the passage of time, but a term that now encompasses some wholesale shifts in what the character means and how she's been used by Martin the last 10 to 20 years. When first we met Tank Girl ba
If you're holiday shopping for a comic/hip hop fan, Jim Mahfood may have just made your search a little easier. Known as a fan of hip hop culture, The Grrl Scouts and 40 Oz creator has released a new edition of Ask For Janice, his previously out of print mini comic based on the classic Beastie Boys album Paul's Boutique.Originally released in 2007, Mahfood is now offering a new
On sale now from Titan Comics is issue #1 of Everybody Loves Tank Girl, a new three-part miniseries drawn and co-written by Jim Mahfood with Tank Girl co-creator Alan Martin. The series represents a dream come true for Mahfood, one o
If you don't already know who Jim Mahfood is, close your other windows and sit down for a few minutes because he's not just one of the hottest creators working in comics, he's also one of the industry's elite muralists and live art show participants. He's a bit like Bill Siekiewicz and Chris Bachalo in that t
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It is with no small amount of seething, bitter jealousy that we bring you these images created by Jim Mahfood that currently adorn the walls of IGN's Beverly Hills office. Commissioned to create something in the th