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Wood and Donaldson’s ‘The Massive’ Begins Its Ongoing Voyage [Preview]
Nearly a full year since the project was first announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego, The Massive #1 is finally setting sail from Dark Horse Comics next week. Created by Brian Wood (DMZ, Ultimate Comics X-Men) and Kristian Donaldson (Super Market, DMZ), the story of a ship and its environmentalist crew who scour the world for missing comrades in the wake of "The Crash," the k
Parting Shot: ‘The Massive’ Variant Cover by Rafael Grampa [Art]
Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics, we're pleased to be the first to show you artist Rafael Grampa's marvelous variant cover artwork for The Massive #1. Illustrated by Kristian Donaldson and on sale later this year, The Massive is Brian Wood's thematic follow-up to DMZ, depicting an environmental apocalypse and asking the question, "What does it mean to be an environmentalist after the world's alr
Strange Tales II: The 50-Page Bonanza of Art and Extras [Exclusive]
The Strange Tales II hardcover comes out tomorrow, chock full of superhero stories where your favorite indie creators try their hand at the heroes of the Marvel Universe. To celebrate the occasion, Marvel has graciously given us over 50 exclusive pages of sketches, inks, thumbnails and process images from the anthology series to give you a glimpse into the process of creators like Kate Beaton, Jef
Strange Tales II #1 Brings Indie Artists to the Superhero World [Preview]
The first issue of "Strange Tales II" arrived this week in comic shops, the next volume in Marvel's anthology of indie artists trying their hand at superhero stories set in the Marvel Universe. This time around we've got web stars like Kate Beaton and Nicholas Gurewitch, acclaimed indie creators like Rafael Grampa and Jillian Tamaki, Dash Shaw, Kevin Huizenga, Shannon Wheeler, Frank Sant
Rafael Grampa: An Up and Coming Comics Superstar
Rafael Grampá debuted in the American comics market with 2008's "Mesmo Delivery," which is the kind of work that causes jealousy in veteran artists and rookies alike. Grampá's fantastic lines, interesting layouts, and punchy script was enough to instantly make him a capital-N Name amongst those in the know, including Matt Fraction, superstar writer of "Uncanny X-Men" and &quo
Rafael Grampa On the International Appeal of ‘Mesmo Delivery’
When it comes to comics, Brazilian artist and graphic designer Rafael Grampá doesn't settle for thinking locally - he creates globally. From his trucker thriller release through Dark Horse, "Mesmo Delivery" (actually the book's second go around in America) to he and Daniel Pellizzari's upcoming "Furry Water and the Sons of Insurrection," the creator has gained the attention fro