Join us in celebrating Tim Seeley as the new writer of Witchblade beginning with issue #151 at our East side store on Saturday, January 7, 2012, from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Top Cow’s Rebirth is the follow-up to the Top Cow Universe’s End of the World in Artifacts #13.
Tim currently also writes his creator-owned book Hack/Slash, published by Image Comics, as well as The Occultist for Dark Horse Comics. He was also recently announced as the writer of Bloodstrike (his cover to #1 looks amazing!) as part of the return of Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios to Image Comics. For an exhaustive list of work, check out his Comic Book DB page.
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The new DC is here!
Beau Smith muses about the DC relaunch.
Writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Kevin Mellon talk with Westfield’s Roger Ash about their new graphic novel from Image, LoveSTRUCK
Writer Ron Marz discusses his new book from Image, Shinku
. You can even listen to an audio vewrsion of the interview! Make sure you check out Westfield’s special offer on the book as well a preview of the first issue.
Westfield’s Wayne Markley compares The Beatles to comics and draws some interesting conclusions.
by Roger Ash
It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed anything here, so let’s take a look at a graphic novel I read recently; Underground by Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber. This book collects the 5-issue Image miniseries plus the original short story starring Underground‘s protagonist, Wesley Fischer, by Lieber from the Four Letter Worlds anthology, and a look at how the art was produced for the series.
by Miles “okpank” Perzewski
Rex the little fox is taken from his original home by a UFO. Many interesting and venturesome happenings occur on Rex’s adventure. Just seeing that adorable little fox drawn so well makes me want to read this book. Hop on and make this a good read!
by Beau Smith
Love/hate relationships are strange. For many years I had one with working conventions for the various publishers and companies that I worked for: Eclipse Comics, Image Comics, McFarlane Toys, Todd McFarlane Productions, and IDW Publishing. The Love/Hate part was working the booth.
Working the booth started with making sure everything got to the convention site, dealing with what didn’t, setting up the booth and displays, greetings and meetings through the convention, selling merchandise, doing panels, and tearing down the booth when the show was done.
In his career in comics, Ron Marz has written such books as Marvel’s Silver Surfer, DC’s Green Lantern and Ion, Dark Horse’s Star Wars: Darth Maul, and CrossGen’s Mystic and Scion. Recently, he has written a number of Top Cow titles, which are published by Image, including Witchblade, First Born, Angelus, and Magdalena. This month he begins Artifacts, a series that will change the Top Cow Universe. Westfield’s Roger Ash recently spoke with Ron about this series.
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