After the year most of us just had, I think we can all sympathize with the idea of just starting over again somewhere far away beyond the stars, and a new Kickstarter project seeks to do something very similar. Writer Shannon W. Lentz has put together a killer roster of some of the best sci-fi and fantasy artists for a new project called Cayrels Ring, which features eight distinct chapters that set the scene and establish a whole new galaxy.
One of the greatest thing about Star Trek is just how much of it there is, not just in terms of adaptations throughout media, but in setting, characters and eras. To celebrate the iconic sci-fi franchise’s 50th anniversary, IDW has announced a new bi-monthly anthology title telling stories within various eras of Star Trek, titled Star Trek: Waypoint.
Announced today via io9, Star Trek: Waypoint will feature multiple stories per issue set between episodes of beloved Star Trek shows, including the classic original series which starred William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and Nichelle Nichols.
The comics smartphone app Stēla is launching exciting new comics every week, all of them exclusive to the app and optimized for the phone-reading experience. The newest title is House Girls, a science fiction comic written and drawn by Sandra Lanz. It tells the story of a group of women who are serving as civil engineers for a human colony on an alien planet, who must conduct their own investigations when a mysterious force begins altering equipment, and possibly people.
We sat down with Sandra Lanz to talk about her influences and her ambitions for the series.
In this week's comics-related Public Service Announcement by Kevin Church and artist Sandra Lanz, the cast of the webcomic The Rack discusses bringing former readers back into comics.
To read the continuing adventures of the Panels crew, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...
In this week's PSA From Panels, the cast of The Rack talks about comic book movies like Green Lantern and the best way to go about discussing them at your local comics shop.
To read the continuing adventures of the cast of Panels, check out The Rack, written by Kevin Church and drawn by Benjamin Birdie at therackcomic...