I've been a pretty big fan of Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's The Sixth Gun since it kicked off, but this week, they've given me another reason to love that book: a silent issue. In next week's Sixth Gun #21, they've put
The Sixth Gun - Page 2
There's a good chance you're not reading one of the strongest ongoing titles of recent memory. Although Oni Press' The Sixth Gun is already a solid series less than 20 issues in, it's the potential in the premise and characters that make the fantasy-western such an enjoyable read.
A mix of True Grit and
Everything is Alright: While we backed Donald Glover's bid to play Spider-Man, it's nice to see the Community star worked things out with upcoming Spidey Andrew Garfield.
Movies: Over at Moviefone, CA's own David Brothers provides his picks for comics Harry Potter fans will love.
Sales: Retailers from across the US d
If you've glanced at comic shelves in the past few years, you've probably noticed that there are a lot of books out there that try to do mashups of genres and iconic character types that don't normally go together
Whether you stumbled onto Brian Hurtt's artwork for the first time this year on his Oni Press series "The Sixth Gun" with Cullen Bunn or way back in the day when he was drawing "Hard Time" for DC and Steve Gerber, you've probably seen that he excels at endowing everyday scenes with surreal and horrific qualities.
Flip through the Punisher, Micronauts and other commissions Hurtt's posted to his Hurtt Locker blog, a
A NEW LEGEND OF THE OLD WEST - The Sixth Gun 2
The era of the American West provides rich ground for creators in search of stories to tell. It offers a vast landscape of open skies above lawless towns filled with desperate men and women. It can be a path to explore conce
Much to my shame, my personal Free Comic Book Day haul didn't quite measure up to the robust collection I'd planned on last week. While I'm happy others grabbed up the offerings I slept in too late to catch, a part of me writhes with envy knowing what I missed out on