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Farel Dalrymple’s ‘Delusional’ Coming In September [Preview]
Farel Dalrymple’s ‘Delusional’ Coming In September [Preview]
Whether he's creating his own comics and illustrations from scratch or contributing to anthologies or magazines, Farel Dalrymple is just plain prolific. He's always releasing something and it's always worth checking out. This is both a blessing and a -- well, certainly not a curse -- but maybe a slight inconvenience when it comes to tracking down everything the artist releases. Come September, AdHouse will come to the aid of completists with Delusional, a 232-page, 6x9" hardcover collecting a number of comics and illustrations many fans of the Pop Gun War, Prophet, Omega the Unknown, Vice Magazine and Study Group artist may not have had the chance to check out just yet. Not one to keep fans in suspense, AdHouse has released a generous 23-page preview, which serves as a solid cross section of the upcoming hardcover's contents. You can take in all the Dalrymple goodness, after the cut.
The Charles Xavier Memorial Awards: ComicsAlliance's Best Comics of 2012, Part 2
The Charles Xavier Memorial Awards: ComicsAlliance's Best Comics of 2012, Part 2
We didn't realize when we set out to list our favorite comic books of 2012 that it had been such a fun year to be a fan of the medium that we all love so much. The last twelve months offered readers a wide variety of work ranging from the most crowd-pleasing superhero epics to the most idiosyncratic of indies; the return of much missed mangaka and the emergence of exciting new talent; a new crowd-
‘Prophet’ is Armed and Dangerous in Issue #23 [Exclusive Preview]
‘Prophet’ is Armed and Dangerous in Issue #23 [Exclusive Preview]
On sale this week from Image Comics is Prophet #23, continuing the hit science fiction saga by Brandon Graham and Simon Roy & Richard Ballermann, which is among the best received new comics in recent memory. Based on the character created by Rob Liefeld, the story follows John Prophet, a man who wakes up in Earth of the distant future full of all kinds of strange aliens and deadly wildlife, wi
All Killer, No Filler in Gigantic 96-Page ‘Fantastic Four’ #600 [Review]
All Killer, No Filler in Gigantic 96-Page ‘Fantastic Four’ #600 [Review]
This week saw the release of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting's Fantastic Four #600, celebrating not only six hundred issues of the seminal title but also more than fifty years since the book's debut. Hickman's run on Fantastic Four has been a definite highlight of the past few years of superhero comics, embracing the cosmic scope and incorporating elements of almost every era of Fantastic Four h
Marvel Teases New ‘Uncanny X-Men’ and Hickman’s ‘Four’
Marvel Teases New ‘Uncanny X-Men’ and Hickman’s ‘Four’
In typically cryptic fashion, Marvel Comics released Monday morning a couple of teaser images designed to make us talk about future publishing events -- and it worked! The first image reveals a new logo for Uncanny X-Men, the venerable mutant series that relaunches in November with a new issue #1 by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Carlos Pacheco ...
Creators Get Their ROM On For Charity Event Benefiting Bill Mantlo [Art]
Creators Get Their ROM On For Charity Event Benefiting Bill Mantlo [Art]
Beginning today and last through January 2, Floating World Comics of Portland, Ore. will host SPACENITE 2, the store's second ROM: Spaceknight-themed art gallery benefiting former attorney and prolific ROM scribe Bill Mantlo. Organized by store owner Jason Leivian, the SPACENITE 2 gallery contains the work of dozens of creators including Mike Allred, Jeffrey Brown, Michael DeForge, Tan Eng Huat, B
Jonathan Lethem Re-Imagines Omega: The Unknown
Jonathan Lethem Re-Imagines Omega: The Unknown
Press Release Jonathan Lethem, the award winning novelist of Motherless Brooklyn, Fortress of Solitude and the new hit novel, You Don't Love Me Yet, re-imagines one of Marvel's most offbeat heroes in Omega: The Unknown #1 (of 10)! In 1975, co-writers Steve Gerber and Mary Skrenes created the mute, reluctant anti-hero Omega: The Unknown, but the series only lasted for 10 brief issues ...