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Image Announces New Series From Rucka, Fraction, Casey, DeConnick, Chaykin and More [SDCC]
Image Announces New Series From Rucka, Fraction, Casey, DeConnick, Chaykin and More [SDCC]
Comic-Con 2012 has featured a few big announcements from several publishers. Not to be outdone, Image dropped a few of their own. At their panel on Saturday, Editor-in-Chief EricStephenson was joined on stage by Matt Fraction, Joe Casey, Darick Robertson, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Howard Chaykin, Chris Roberson, James Robinson and Greg Rucka, each of whom will be doing new projects for the publisher
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Play With Familiar Tropes in ‘Fatale’ [Interview]
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Play With Familiar Tropes in ‘Fatale’ [Interview]
The authors of Criminal, Sleeper and Incognito, Sean Phillips and Ed Brubaker have crafted yet another must-read series in Fatale, published by Image Comics. It's a bestseller, sure, but more than that, it's a really good comic. Brubaker and Phillips are examining the idea of the femme fatale by making her the focal point of the series, instead of just a looming threat, and throwing in a heaping h
Comics Reacts To Double Fine’s $1.3 Million Kickstarter Success
Comics Reacts To Double Fine’s $1.3 Million Kickstarter Success
Video games designer Tim Schafer is renowned for creating some of the most quirky and lovable adventure games in the past two decades, including Day of the Tentacle, Grim Fandango, Full Throttle, and Psychonauts. Though he still commands a rabid fan base of the genre, the nature of the video games industry is such that financing a new adventure game through traditional publishing channels is unfea
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson On Photographic ‘Experience Creativity’ Campaign
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson On Photographic ‘Experience Creativity’ Campaign
Readers of Image Comics have no doubt noticed some conspicuous new house ads across the indie publisher's diverse line of mostly creator-owned titles. The promos feature not artwork or anything else that we're used to seeing in the form of a comic book advertisement, but rather photographic portraits of some of the creators of those comics paired with the slogan "Experience Creativity... Read
‘Winter Soldier’ #1 Deploys Marvel’s Super Spies In Super Style [Spoiler-Free Review]
‘Winter Soldier’ #1 Deploys Marvel’s Super Spies In Super Style [Spoiler-Free Review]
In 2004, writer Ed Brubaker began a run on Marvel's Captain America (that continues to this day) with a 13-issue epic reintroducing the long-dead Bucky Barnes, former partner of Captain America, as the Winter Soldier, a brainwashed Soviet agent brought in and out of stasis all throughout the Cold War to participate in all forms of assassination, espionage and other skullduggery...
Digital ComicsAlliance Spotlight on Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips: Everything You Need to Know
Digital ComicsAlliance Spotlight on Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips: Everything You Need to Know
I have this theory that Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are the best writer/artist team presently working in the mainstream comics industry. They've been collaborating for over ten years now, and at this point they're a well-oiled machine. Brubaker and Phillips' shadowy, hardboiled tales have been my primary method of scratching the crime comics itch for ages now, and the pair's latest work, Fatale
‘Winter Soldier’ to Be Among 2012’s Best Looking Comics [Preview]
‘Winter Soldier’ to Be Among 2012’s Best Looking Comics [Preview]
The names "Butch Guice" and "Bettie Breitweiser" would have been enough to sell me on the forthcoming Winter Soldier series even if I wasn't already a great fan of writer Ed Brubaker's work with the Bucky Barnes character, but a trio of unlettered preview pages has pushed me over the line from merely "sold" to "can't wait...

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