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‘Rocketeer Adventures Vol. 2′ Collection is the Best Looking Anthology of the Holiday Season
Released around this time last year, the first hardcover collection of Rocketeer Adventures anthology quickly shot to the top of my list of 2011's best looking comic books. Created by the late Dave Stevens, The Rocketeer offers creators a platter of uncommon beauties with which to work --the gorgeous pre-war period and associated Americana, the masterful Rocketeer character design, and the stunnin
DC Announces ‘Arrow’ Comic To Tie In With TV Show
It took Smallville ten years and a television series finale before it got an ongoing comic companion, but the CW's new Green Arrow series, Arrow, will have a tie-in right out of the gate. With weeks to go before the show has even debuted on television, DC Comics has announced that it will have a comic tie-in, written by the series' executive producers...
The Great Sandy Plunkett Returns to ‘The Rocketeer’ in New Anthology [Preview]
On sale next week from IDW Publishing is The Rocketeer Adventures 2 #1, beginning a new series of short stories starring the late Dave Stevens' beloved creation, The Rocketeer. Fully authorized by Stevens' estate, the the lead story comes courtesy Sandy Plunkett, the veteran cartoonist and illustrator who actually assisted Dave Stevens on the original Rocketeer comics...
Rec Room: ‘District 9′ and ‘Resurrection’
If you like the movie "District 9," check out Marc Guggenheim's comic book "Resurrection" from Oni Press. "District 9," the summer's unsuspecting breakout blockbuster from producer Peter Jackson, takes alien-invasion tropes and teases them out in innovative, original ways -- something it shares with the Oni Press comic "Resurrection," from TV and comics writ
Penance Challenges The Green Goblin
Press Release From the pages of Civil War, Robbie Baldwin, the man blamed for the Stamford tragedy, has assumed the guise of Penance and it's time for him to embark on a quest of redemption in Penance: Relentless #1 (of 5). From Civil War: Front Line scribe Paul Jenkins and fan favorite artist Paul Gulacy comes this tale of one man's slow descent into madness, obsession and perhaps the end of life