ExtremeStudios

Rob Liefeld Could Draw And Publish Your Story In An Upcoming Image Comic
Rob Liefeld Could Draw And Publish Your Story In An Upcoming Image Comic
Do you have "Extreme Talent"? Would you like to have your story illustrated by Rob Liefeld in an upcoming Image comic? If the answer to either of these questions is a resounding "yes," then Liefeld's contest calling on burgeoning creators to reinvent one of his Extreme characters for publication in an upcoming issue of Youngblood and Bloodstrike could be for you...
Alan Moore’s Final ‘Supreme': Jumping-On Point for New Readers? [Preview]
Alan Moore’s Final ‘Supreme': Jumping-On Point for New Readers? [Preview]
On sale now from Image Comics is Supreme #63, which after a 15-year wait finally concludes Alan Moore's hugely acclaimed work with Rob Liefeld's Superman analog. Also the writer of such books as Watchmen and From Hell, Moore's final Supreme script sat on the proverbial shelf since the last issue went on sale in 1998, and will be drawn by Savage Dragon creator and Image co-founder Erik Larsen with
Rob Liefeld Tweets a Death Knell for ‘The Infinite': ‘It’s Over’
Rob Liefeld Tweets a Death Knell for ‘The Infinite': ‘It’s Over’
The Robert Kirkman/Rob Liefeld collaboration The Infinite apparently isn't going to live up to its name. Responding to a fan asking about upcoming issues of the series on Twitter, Liefeld said quite simply, "Infinite is over."The Infinite launched with some fanfare last summer, as it teamed the Image partner and popular writer Kirkman (Walking Dead, Invinicible) with Image founder and p
‘Prophet': Brandon Graham and Simon Roy’s Extreme Studios Comic [Exclusive Preview]
‘Prophet': Brandon Graham and Simon Roy’s Extreme Studios Comic [Exclusive Preview]
In one of the truly weirdest (but welcome) announcements at New York Comic Con, Image Comics revealed that a new slate of creators will be reviving Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios titles like Prophet, Youngblood, Extreme, Bloodstrike, and Glory, books whose gargantuan muscles, boobs and guns epitomized the "extreme" aesthetics of comics in the '90s...