This week was a little tough to think of an Artist to highlight, and at one point, I even considered using the feature to highlight the Frank Cho controversy that sprung up on the Internet. Then I remembered the fantastic series by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclaire, Rocketgirl. Then I remembered her work on Batwoman, which made the absence of J.H. Williams III easier to take in the early days of the title. Amy Reeder is especially open about her process, between her Tumblr, the initial source for all of the images in the gallery, and her podcast with Brandon Montclaire, Podcorn. Just check out the gallery below.
Savage Dragon #201 Writers: Erik Larsen, Gary Carlson Artists: Erik Larsen, Frank Fosco Cover Art: Erik Larsen $3.99 / FC Solicitation: Following the cataclysmic events of our awe-inspiring 200th issue, Malcolm Dragon comes face-to-face with the new head of the Vicious Circle! It's a battle like none you've seen before! Review: The events Savage Dragon #200 has put Dragon's son Malcolm in the position of being the inheritor of a legacy, and in this issue, we see it starting to sink into his head that the Dragon legacy is something not to be taken likely. In many ways, he's being asked to grow up very fast, despite still being in High School. Like most guys in their older teens, Malcolm has sex on his mind a lot, to the point that outside of his battle with Dart, that's all anyone in the book seems to talk about.
Between now and Christmas, every day we’ll highlight a suggestion for gift giving. All of these suggestions will be comics-themed, and every day will see one featured. For Day Eleven, I’m going to a comic that everybody should have heard of, but some people still haven’t just due to its popularity making issues hard to
Between now and Christmas, every day we’ll highlight a suggestion for gift giving. All of these suggestions will be comics-themed, and every day will see one featured. For Day Four, how about something to go with that sweet tea and BBQ? Southern Bastards Vol. 1: Here Was A Man Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jason Latour
These are the covers for Image Comics releases for November 12th, 2014. Which ones are you picking up? I know Walking Dead is on top of my list along with the very creepy Wytches issue 2. Check out Image's full line up for this week after the break!
While I was searching the Internet for a cover I missed for the Walking Dead comic book series, I discovered that issue 1 has had many issue 1 specials. Obviously not all of these were released in 2003 but it boggled my mind on how many covers were in existence for this iconic issue. There
C.O.W.L. #5 writers: KYLE HIGGINS & ALEC SIEGEL artist: ROD REIS cover: TREVOR McCARTHY 32 PAGES / FC / M / $3.50 SOLICITATION: The end of the first arc and a huge turning point for the series! John Pierce and Geoffrey Warner square off over C.O.W.L.’s big secret, Radia faces public outcry, and Arclight resorts to lethal
In October, fans of Robert Kirkman’s THE WALKING DEAD will see the New York Times best-selling comic as never before with the publication of THE WALKING DEAD: ALL OUT WAR ARTIST PROOF EDITION. In this 248-page hardcover from Image Comics/Skybound, artist Charlie Adlard’s raw pencils for the twelve-issue arc are reproduced, uninked and unaltered from
TOOTH & CLAW, the exciting new fantasy epic from bestselling writer Kurt Busiek (Marvels, Astro City), artist Benjamin Dewey (I Was the Cat, Tragedy Series), Eisner-winning colorist Jordie Bellaire (THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS, PRETTY DEADLY), and letterer John Roshell of Comicraft will feature a very special variant cover by artist Alex Ross of Marvels and Kingdom
Here at Needless Essentials, we highlighted this series when it began and now, for those of you that didn’t or weren’t able to pick it up as it came out, Image is releasing the first story arc in a collected format! Image Comics released a massive press release about this series complete with some preview pages
SAGA #22 Brian K. Vaughn (w) Fionna Staples (a) FC • 32 pages • $2.99 • Mature The family is tested. REVIEW: Boy, is that a teaser or what? After the first part of the story had Alana and Marko fleeing two armies that wanted them and their daughter dead. Now that they actually have to get down to being
ustin Jordan (DEAD BODY ROAD, LUTHER STRODE) and Kyle Strahm’s (HACK/SLASH, HAUNT) SPREAD will up the stakes further in the third issue of the hit new sci-fi series about a nefarious viral growth that has almost completely taken over the world. The only light in the darkness comes from No, a man driven to protect