Image's Morning Glories has getting a lot of buzz lately, which comes as no surprise, given that Spencer spent the last year becoming one of comics' biggest breakout stars, rocketing into mainstream super-hero comics like Jimmy Olsen and Iron Man 2.0. With Morning Glories, though, Spencer, Ei
The Infinite Vacation is the creator owned series by Nick Spencer and Christian Ward, a story about a technology that allows people to jump into any conceivable life in as an alternate reality version of themselves told through the eyes of a guy whose "just okay" life has led to him obsessively using the service to find a better one.
Spencer's a writer who's exploded into t
After a long 26-issue run on the title, creators Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle are saying goodbye to DC Comics' "Supergirl." Beginning with January's issue #60, the series' new creative team will consist of Nick Spencer ("T.H.U.N
Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort teased it last night, and now the Avengers Assemble panel at New York Comic Con has made it official: Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca's "Invincible Iron Man" is officially going back to the original numbering of the classic "Iron Man" series with January 2011's "Invincible Iron Man" #500. The issue features the return of the Mandarin and a device that Tony Stark invented and doesn't remember due to his recent memory wiping. It will also launch a brand new War Machine series titled "
Saturday's Image Comics Show at New York Comic Con provided fans with some updates on upcoming projects from the publisher, plus a couple of exclusive announcements about new books, including a new book from rising star Nick Spencer called "The Infinite Vacation," a five-issue miniseries from Spencer and artist Christian Ward scheduled to begin in January 2011. Check out the video trailer after the jump, along with announcement
Today at the New York Comic Con, DC Comics Executive Story Editor Ian Sattler joined creators J. Michael Straczynski, Paul Levitz, James Robinson, J.T. Krul Shane Davis, Gail Simone, Peter J. Tomasi, Tony Bedard, Kevin Maguire and Nick Spencer on stage for a very lively discussion regarding future DC Universe projects.
When it was first announced that Nick Spencer and RB Silver were going to be adding Jimmy Olsen backup stories to "Action Comics," I'll admit that I was a little apprehensive -- and more than a little jealous of Spencer, who got my dream job. Jimmy is, after all,
Just as DC reintroduced readers to Archie's Red Circle characters and enfolded them into core continuity, so too will the publisher tackle updating Tower Comics' '60s adventurers the "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents