Carlos Ezquerra’s exquisite cover of Durham Red fronts the upcoming Prog as she completes her bounty of Avi Reebok. Different creative team for Judge Dredd this Prog. I had adjust to seeing a leaner looking Dredd.
Also in 1790, the alternate history 3hriller of Britain & Allies, “1947,” Ichabod Azrael settles down in Prohibition-era Chicago, and the penultimate episode of Nikolai Dante. Want a recap of what has happened? Read the review of Prog 1789. … Continued »
Do you want to read a wide variety of comics without going broke? Try this incredible indie comic production. Let’s prepare you for the 212-page Megabook M1 from CE Publishing. You’ll have a favorite out the 8 pages shown here. The complete Megabook has many more stories than this.
Written by Matt Evans and Andrew Helinski. Drawn by Nate Burns.
Casual comic readers will need strong personal convictions before delving into White Devil #1. The trio of co-creators conjured up elevated horror. It’s not cutesy Trick-or-Treat horror or the watered-down stuff found in a Hollywood movie.
The story’s set in Alabama and we first get to know a typical Southern family go through a mundane dinner. Housewife Judy decides to spice up her life by taking herself and a friend to a meeting. It’s not a book club meeting as Judy told her husband. Instead, it’s a meeting where nude regulars indulge themselves on naked women and there’s a subversive occult ritual takes place. … Continued »
I had the pleasure of interviewing a very talented artist, Robert Valley. The Canadian artist’s big break was working on Aeon (Æon) Flux. He did the character designs for Disney’s Tron: Uprising and Motorcity. On Disney XD in the U.S., viewers see the angular fruits of Valley’s labor back-to-back Thursday nights.
Valley made the life story of his friend, Techno Stypes, in Pear Cider and Cigarettes. He’s using Kickstarter for funding. After watching this video, I found brash Techno to be more compelling than Beck and his journey on Uprising.
In this interview, Valley answers questions about his work with Disney, Peter Chung, Jamie Hewlett, and his self-publishing efforts. … Continued »
Written by Dan Slott. Pencils by Giuseppe Camuncoli with inks by Klaus Janson. … Continued »
Did you see the new trailer for Dredd? Maybe the movie will add punch to the end of summer. It has to be at least more convincing than the 1995 movie. See the preview to see 2 pages of this Prog. Here are my thoughts:
Written by John Wagner. Drawn by Henry Flint.
Population density of Mega City One has been reduced. Chief Judge Francisco resigns. Dredd has the audacity to announce his resignation when Hershey becomes Chief. That would be daft, see? Dredd’s destiny isn’t being the world’s toughest janitor.
Finally, Judge Rico brings in some relief from in the clean-up effort. It’s eerie seeing piles of dead bodies and living bodies about to become dead. Hopefully next Prog Dredd will leave the Judge-filled pity party and zero in on those responsible for the Chaos Bug. … Continued »
Tags: 2000 AD
It’s the year 3042 and humankind is busy exploring the solar system. On Earth, humans need the aid of some super-powered Metahumans to stop Metahuman threats. Robotic machines, defeated in previous conflicts against the human-metahuman alliance, may lurk in the background. This preview contains pages from David Soto Brown’s saga of the Fuerza 7 Strikeforce of Central City.
These 3 interior pages plus the blazing red cover should interest you in CE Publishing‘s latest comic book series.
Lines have been drawn: Beck vs. Tessler, Paige, & Pavel, Zed vs. the Renegade, Light boats vs. Light planes, action vs. drama. Call it Test-tron-sterone! … Continued »