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My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way Reveals Art To Unpublished Vertigo Batman Series
My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way Reveals Art To Unpublished Vertigo Batman Series
In 2008, My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way seized the momentum of his Eisner win for The Umbrella Academy and pitched a Batman series to DC. Not just any wing of DC, either. Its mature-readers imprint, Vertigo. Saturday, he finally revealed some of the early designs for that never-to-be-published series, titled "Kingdom of the Mad." The art has a sort of Tim Burton-y quality to it (but more Edward Scissorhands than Batman '89), with a sort of patchwork Batman and a sinister Mr. Freeze. Check out what Way had to say about the project on Twitter, as well as his designs, after the jump!
Dark Horse Unveils Gerard Way’s Finalized ‘Killjoys’ #1 Cover
Dark Horse Unveils Gerard Way’s Finalized ‘Killjoys’ #1 Cover
After 12 years My Chemical Romance has come to an end, but just as the band and its music live on, so too will Dark Horse's upcoming comic set in the futuristic world of their alter-egos, The Killjoys. MCR frontman and acclaimed Umbrella Academy creator Gerard Way, co-writer Shaun Simon, artist Becky Cloonan and colorist Dan Jackson's The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #1 is still cruising f
Gerard Way And Scott Allie On ‘Killjoys’ And The Future Of ‘ The Umbrella Academy’ [Interview]
Gerard Way And Scott Allie On ‘Killjoys’ And The Future Of ‘ The Umbrella Academy’ [Interview]
Even though it's been more than three years since the last issue of the second volume of The Umbrella Academy, the sci-fi family saga illustrated by Gabriel Bá is never far from writer Gerard Way's mind. The My Chemical Romance frontman just got a little busy between starting a family, touring the world, and releasing Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys and working on its similar
MorrisonCon Symposia Includes ‘Future Of Third Millennium’, ‘We Love The Dead’, Occult Rituals
MorrisonCon Symposia Includes ‘Future Of Third Millennium’, ‘We Love The Dead’, Occult Rituals
First announced back in January, MorrisonCon is designed to be a stylish and forward-thinking antidote to the chaos and commercialism of the traditional comic book trade show. Curated by Grant Morrison and the Ignition Sequence (a collaboration of Isotope proprietors James Sime & Kirsten Baldock and iFanboy co-founder Ron Richards) MorrisonCon features no showroom floor, no merchandise dealers
MorrisonCon Confirms Special Guests, Prices, and Programming
MorrisonCon Confirms Special Guests, Prices, and Programming
First announced back in January, MorrisonCon seems to be a stylish and forward-thinking antidote to the chaos and commercialism of the traditional comic book trade show. Curated by Grant Morrison and the Ignition Sequence (a collaboration of Isotope proprietors James Sime & Kirsten Baldock and iFanboy co-founder Ron Richards) and featuring no showroom floor, no merchandise dealers, and no line
Evil Grant Morrison Returns in My Chemical Romance’s ‘SING’ [Video]
Evil Grant Morrison Returns in My Chemical Romance’s ‘SING’ [Video]
The second of Grant Morrison's My Chemical Romance music videos has been released into the ether, and it contains some hints as to the background of his devilish character. "SING" features Morrison encased in some kind of stasis tube deep within the basement levels of something called the Better Living Corporation, which My Chemical Romance - in the guise of of the Killjoys -- attempt to
It’s Time For ‘Umbrella Academy’ Mechandise: The Boy And His Pocket Watch
It’s Time For ‘Umbrella Academy’ Mechandise: The Boy And His Pocket Watch
Given the relatively limited amount of story unveiled thus far in Dark Horse's "Umbrella Academy," it's a real testament to the strength of the book that fans of Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba's series are so wildly into it. I thought it was bizarre at first, especially when I saw a flock of White Violins at San Diego Comic-Con last summer...