Black Mask Studios really caught the attention of a lot of people in 2016. With titles like Young Terrorists, Space Riders, and of course, We Can Never Go Home, they really showed fans of great comics what can be done. They've just announced a very impressive and interesting slate of title launching in 2016. Check them out and keep on the lookout for them in your local comic shop. Heck, you probably want to go ahead and let them know to add them to your subscription folder.
Matthew Rosenberg has a great new series coming out from Black Mask in April, 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank. First reported by io9, the new series follows on Rosenberg's success with We Can Never Go Home, which became one of the surprise hits of 2015.
This week’s Needless Character Analysis in Maddie Munroe, from We Can Never Go Home. She’s a character that really has a great mystery around her, and took control of her life once it spun out of control. If you haven’t read it, then do so, because there are spoilers in this character analysis. Warning: Spoilers Ahead!
Just in time for Christmas, We Can Never Go Home is getting the TPB treatment next week, arriving in local comic shops. Black Mask Studios has published one of the biggest surprise hits of the year, with issues going into multiple printings to meet demand. That demand has also seen first printings in high demand and fetching high prices on the back issue market.
We Can Never Go Home has been one of those titles that shows how good comics can be.Now a story that kept us riveted and eagerly awaiting the next issue has come to an end. In our reviews for the title, the average review score has been 93/100. For a series to get this kind
This is one of those comics that I look forward to every issue. Since receiving the first issue, I have touted this series to whomever will listen. This week sees the fourth issue with a preview that promises the relationship between Maddy and Duncan will go to a different level. That being said, there may be spoilers ahead.
You probably know by now that I absolutely love this series from Black Mask. The first issue surprised me so pleasantly that it got one of only two perfect scores from me (the other was the debut of Spider-Gwen), and the second issue wasn't far off. At this point, it's the leading contender for series of the year, and would have to screw up pretty major to ruin it chances. I'll tell you how good I think this series is, I get digital review copies and I'm seeking out the printed copies, which if your local comic shop or summer convention fails, you can always get at their online store. Enough talking about how much I loved the first two issues of this series, and let's see if the love holds true through the third.
Josh Hood is the artist on Black Mask's We Can Never Go Home, but has more of a history in comics than you think. Beginning in 1995, he quickly found work at both Marvel and DC before leaving comics in 2003. Then he read Old Man Logan and was hooked again.(Source) Check out some of the great stuff we found at his website, and then hopefully, you can catch him at a convention this summer!
Whenever a series starts off as strongly as We Can Never Go Home did, I really worry about the second issue. I'm always happy when the second issue continues to maintain the high quality of the first issue and doesn't let me down. For a proper understanding of how much I liked the first issue, go and read my review, then read the review of this issue. Then, make a way to get your hands on copies of them, either physically or digitally.
Occasionally we get previews from smaller publishers for books that are flying under the radar, lost among all of the publishers putting out multiple titles every month. Sometimes those books are obviously not ready for prime time, but then there's something like WE CAN NEVER GO HOME.
Check out this preview for a new series from Black Mask Comics. There will be a review of this comic coming out on the 18th, so look for it. High school crushes, mixtapes, stolen cars, handguns, strange abilities, dead drug dealers, their money, and the highways & backroads of America.