After two Q&A episodes, the War Rocket Ajax podcast returns to its usual format with special guest Tim Seeley! You know Seeley as the co-creator of Hack/Slash, the writer of Bloodstrike, Revival and Witchblade, the former artist of G.I. Joe and one of the creators behind Double Feature Comics, and o
On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #11, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains new material by such comics creators as Francesco Francavilla (introducing The Black Beetle), Mike Richardson, Tim Seeley and Victor Drujiniu (introducing The Occultist), John Arcudi and Jonathan Case (introducing The Creep), Frank J. Barbiere and Luke Radl (introducing The White Suits). Additionally, the latest issue features continuations of serials by Steve Horton and Michael Dialynas (new
Although impossible to top the blitzkrieg of news that came out of the Image Comics Expo in February, this year's Emerald City Comicon did come with some cool news from the indie comics publisher who this year celebrated its 20th anniversary. The occasion was recognized by a presentation that included announcements of new Image projects like Tony Harris'
I've never read an issue of the original Extreme Studios title Bloodstrike, but I feel like I learned everything I need to know about it by looking at the front of the first issue from 1993. I've seen this thing a h
Consider writer Tim Seeley, interior artist Wellington Alves and covers artist Eric Powell are the new Masters of the Universe and they won't even have to don furry briefs... as far as we know. The trio wi
Hank Pym has had a hard time of it. A domestic abuse story written years ago involving his wife Janet has dominated his character, despite several redemption arcs that followed. And while this week's Ant-Man & Wasp #1 starts off with more redemption, as Pym founds a domestic violence clinic in Janet's name, this time it truly feels like an attempt to move Pym past the past and into a new era. Ant-Man Eric O'Grady, on the other ha
ComicsAlliance's Halloween-themed coverage continues with our most auspiciously spooky feature yet: our favorite scary-storytelling creators telling us about their favorite scary stories and macabre childhood memories
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