A great comic book cover has a lot of work to do. It’s both an advertisement and a work of art; both a statement and an invitation. Sometimes they convey character, sometimes mood, sometimes moment. Sometimes they pastiche the classics or pay tribute to the past; sometimes they strive to show us something entirely new. Always they show us a glimpse of somewhere else through a canvas no bigger than a window pane. In Best Comic Book Covers Ever (This Month), we look back over some of the most eye-catching, original and exceptional covers of the month that was.
Bloodbaths, glowing hands, and sinister animal silhouettes; these are a few of comics' favorite things, judging by the comic book covers from June 2014. Read on for great covers from Riley Rossmo, Christian Ward, Russell Dauterman, Jerome Opeña, and more.
Opened with a keynote address by Publisher Eric Stephenson that emphasized personalities and relationships in the comic book scene, the first Image Comics Expo in Oakland, California, came with more major publishing announcements than we expected. Among the new creator-owned book
With an awesome Walking Dead television series on the air and a John Carpenter Darkchylde movie on the way, it seems to be a good time to be an Image comic book. The latest of the publisher's many creator-owned titles to announce its intentions in Hollywood is Cowboy
If you have yet to discover "Proof," the Image Comics series from writer Alex Grecian and illustrator Riley Rossmo, then you're missing out on one of the most consistently bizarre, compelling and flat out entertaining books currently in the mix
Whoever arranges all the cool comic social gatherings should start planning a coming-out party for AJ Lieberman and Riley Rossmo. Last month the pair debuted with "Cowboy Ninja Viking," a Golden Age-sized, one-color trip about a counter-intelligence operative with three distinct personalities: Cowboy, Ninja and Viking
Lately there have been a lot of cryptic cryptid headlines around the blogosphere alluding to the end of a "Proof" era. Well guess what? Just like that Smashing Pumpkins song that was in hilariously in both "Batman and Robin" and "Watchmen," the end Is the begi
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