If you are in Austin, Texas, then this could be your lucky day! To celebrate the release of Ghost Rider #1, then you have a chance to “geek out about NEW GHOST RIDER COMICS!” with the Gabriel Luna, the actor bringing Ghost Rider to life.
Image Comics will re-release the previous four issues beginning in February.
Following a four-issue run from Press Gang and Floating World Comics that concludes next month, Corey Lewis’ Sun Bakery anthology will move to Image Comics in 2017.
Not familiar with Ferrier and Ramon’s robotic potty mouth? Check out a short zine to get the story thus far.
With America’s long national nightmare coming to a close today, not many people are looking forward to more elections at this point — but maybe that’s because they haven’t met D4VE!
The titular character of Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon’s robotic parody comic returns for a third miniseries next year, where this time our hero is running for president. But before hearing about his platform, you may be wondering about his character — and to bring you up to speed, Ferrier and Ramon have released a D4VE Primer “zine.”
Fiffe offers the next six chapters in the ‘Copra’ saga for $30.
Michel Fiffe is up to issue #29 of his hit independent series Copra, which he self-publishes and sells on Etsy. The single issues can sell out pretty quickly, but if you want to make sure you get your hands on his next six comics, he’s now offering a subscription.
Warning: This article spoils the season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead.
Hours after the brutal and controversial seventh season premiere of The Walking Dead aired, Jesse Chin decide to sell his autographed copy of The Walking Dead #100 on eBay.
I have it confirmed that Steve Dillon has died. He was a giant, and will be much missed.
— Warren Ellis (@warrenellis) October 22, 2016
In a single tweet, Warren Ellis shocked the world with sad news that comic artist Steve Dillon has died.
Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride and Nickolas Brokenshire update Arthurian legend in a new comic coming from Dark Horse next March.
The team behind the MonkeyBrain/IDW series Amelia Cole is putting the band back together for a new series that ties into the legend of King Arthur.
Dark Horse Comics announced today The Once and Future Queen, a five-issue miniseries by Adam P. Knave, D.J. Kirkbride and Nickolas Brokenshire, along with letterer Frank Cvetkovic. Per the release, a teen named Rani Arturus travels to the UK to compete in a chess championship, where she finds the sword Excalibur and meets a “surprisingly modern” Merlin.
The five-issue miniseries will cast a light on a long-brewing Hellboy mystery.
Hellboy’s universe is populated by all sorts of strange, magical characters drawn from myths and legends around the world — but also, on a couple occasions, from out of this world. Fans of the characters over the years may have noticed — and wondered about — a group of aliens seen in Hellboy: Seed of Destruction and Hellboy: The Conqueror Worm, and come next year, they’ll get some answers.
Due out next February is The Visitor: How and Why He Stayed, a five-issue series by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson, featuring art by Paul Grist. (Grist! Seeing his promo art in the trailer, available below, makes you wonder why he’s never worked in the Mignolaverse before. He’s a natural for it. Also, I sure miss Mudman and Jack Staff). The book will feature these mysterious aliens and will “probe into a pivotal moment in Hellboy’s past for a surprising tale that harkens back to the character’s first ever appearance.”
The creative team behind ‘Buzzkill’ create a new series from Image Comics.
The creative team behind Buzzkill and The Paybacks will re-team for God Country, due out from Image Comics in January.
Described as “Southern Bastards meets American Gods,” God Country, by Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw, tells the story of an old man with dementia in Texas whose small town is destroyed by a tornado — which also happens to deliver a mystical sword that restores his mind and body. Then he fights monsters!
“This is a story Geoff and I have been wanting to tell for such a long time, and to be able to do it with Image is beyond a dream come true,” said Cates in the press release. “God Country is full of heart, action, giant swords, Kirby Gods, Texans, magic tornados, and family drama…so it’s really just everything I love piled into one great, epic yarn. This January everyone is welcome to come on in, grab a beer, have a seat and get ready… we have a hell of a story to tell you.”