While touring San Francisco in advance of this week's Image Expo, Glory and Morbius writer Joe Keatinge came upon this excellent street mural that recreates the iconic "Starwatcher" illustration. According to Juxtapoz, the mural was painted by artists Mark Bode, Stan 153, and Cuba, in tribute to the late French master who passed away in 2012.
Ah, springtime, when a young man's fancy turns to... WrestleMania! It's our annual 'Mania-themed podcast, and this time, we're welcoming Glory and Morbius: The Living Vampire writer Joe Keatinge and podcaster Danielle Matheson for a roundtable discussion of this year's biggest wrestling event -- and you can listen to the whole show right here on ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #152: WeatherMania with Joe Keatinge and Danielle Matheson
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)
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Emerald City Comicon, a time when the "Seattle Freeze" thaws and comic creators, consumers, and costumers are welcomed into the city's warm embrace. The event also marks the beginning of convention season, a frenzied (and friendly) whirlwind that will run until the close of New York Comic Con in October
Of all the books that were part of the excellent Extreme Studios relaunch this year, Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's Glory was far and away my favorite. The epic story, the beautifully drawn battles, the quiet character moments, all of them combined to make it one of my favorite comics of the year. With Glory #34, though, a stor
The Metro Convention Centre in downtown Toronto played host to Fan Expo Canada this past weekend. The event is Canada's largest nerd convention and has been billed as "the third largest pop culture event in North America," though that doesn't count the forthcoming Avril Lavigne/Nickelback wedding.
Fan Expo launc
Over the past year, Joe Keatinge has found success as the writer of Glory and Hell Yeah for Image, but last week, Marvel announced that they'd tapped him to tell the origin of one of their toughest villains in Thanos: Son of Titan. With the character's sudden prominence in Hollywood (spoilerzzz), it's a pretty big step for Keatinge, which is why I spoke to him about his plans for the book, his
Marvel's Director of Communications - Publishing & Digital Media Arune Singh introduced the members of the publisher's "Next Big Thing" panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday: Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso, editor Sana Amanat, talent scout C.B. Cebulski, writer Marjorie
Many people met him for the first time during his mid-credit appearance in the record-breaking officially-third-most-successful-movie-ever The Avengers, but even for those of us who've been familiar with the character for a long time, there's still one question to be answered about Thanos: What makes him tick? A new mini-series aims to answer that for everyone.Joe Keatinge, known for his Image series Hell Yeah! and Glory, takes on the mantle of Thanos' biographer in the five-issue