Antonio Fuso

Bond After Brexit: Kieron Gillen Declassifies 'James Bond'
Later this year, Kieron Gillen and Antonio Fuso team-up for a one-shot at Dynamite titled James Bond: Service, which sees the infamous spy caught up in a plot to end the Special Relationship between the United States and Great Britain with a single gunshot. ComicsAlliance chatted to Gillen about wha…
Dynamite Announces James Bond: Service From Gillen and Fuso
When Dynamite Entertainment got its hands on the James Bond license, it must have put together a checklist of talent that would be perfect for the franchise and then went down it one-by-one to give the iconic spy the comics he deserves. If such a list exists, another two names can be checked off as …
Titan Reveals New 'Robotech' Art For Upcoming Series
I think it's pretty clear at this point that I am super into both giant transforming robots and epic battles in outer space. But despite the fact that I'm squarely in the Venn diagram for the appeal, I've never really gotten into Robotech. It always seemed like something that I missed…
Archaia Goes Deep Cover With New Spy Comic 'Butterfly'
The subgenre of woman-led spy comics seems to be making a healthy surge right now, and Archaia is adding another title to the mix.

Butterfly, a new, four-issue series written by Marguerite Bennett (Angela: Asgard's Assassin) and Arash Amel (Grace of Monaco), and drawn by Antonio Fuso (G.I. Joe…