Kate Leth, Megan Levens, Marissa Louise and Rachel Deering return for another supernatural road trip.
Spell on Wheels, the 2016 miniseries by Kate Leth and Megan Levens, will return in October for a new miniseries — Spell on Wheels: Just to Get to You.
Leth and Levens are joined by colorist Marissa Louise and letterer Rachel Deering, as the three witches from the first series once again head out on a road trip for some supernatural shenanigans.
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Kate Leth, Tana Ford, Sophie Campbell and more lined up to contribute stories.
IDW Publishing has announced a new anthology series set in the world of Jem and the Holograms. The series will feature rotating creatives teams and two stories in each issue, starting with Kate Leth, Tana Ford and original Jem and the Holograms artist Sophie Campbell.
“Sophie, along with series regular writer Kelly Thompson, took the classic Jem and the Holograms concept, and reimagined it for a new generation of Jem fans,” said Sarah Gaydos, IDW Group Editor, in a press release. “Now, with Dimensions, the floodgates have been opened for creators new to Jem to come play in Kelly and Sophie’s arena for an all-star jam session.”
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‘2000AD,’ ‘Saga’ and the webcomic ‘Skal’ included on the shortlist of nominees in the comics category.
The British Fantasy Society has announced the nominees for the British Fantasy Awards, including the “Best Comic/Graphic Novel” category.
The nominees were decided by members of the society, with additional nominees added by the award’s jury to ensure “egregious omissions” made the list. Winners will be decided by jury and announced at FantasyCon 2017, which runs Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
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New Image Comics title from Grace Ellis, Shae Beagle and Laurenn McCubbin arrives in July.
At Emerald City Comicon in March, Image Comics announced a boatload of new comic titles, including Moonstruck by writer Grace Ellis, artist Shae Beagle and colorist Laurenn McCubbin. And now they’ve announced a few additional details about the comic.
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