Check out projects by Roger Langridge, Rick Geary, Jason McNamara and more.
As crowdfunding continue to become a viable method for creators
to fund their creative endeavors, comic-related projects flourish on
sites like Kickstarter, Patreon and IndieGoGo. The internet also allows
creators to sell their projects direct to fans, through sites like
Gumroad, Etsy and of course their own websites. If you’re looking to buy
something from or support a creator directly, you’ve come to the right
Here’s a look at a few recent projects that fall into those buckets that caught my eye. Send any suggestions of your own to email@example.com.
Continue reading “Fund Me Sunday: ‘Jupiter Jet,’ ‘Wipe Out,’ ‘Nocturnal Commissions’ and more”
New one-shots with even darker takes on ‘Blackest Night’ and ‘Infinite Crisis’ will arrive in November.
As revealed in their November solicitations, DC will release two more one-shots in their new “Tales from the Dark Multiverse” line.
The What If?-style one-shots re-imagine past DC storylines with “a twisted and terrifying spin.” In November, look for new takes on the Green Lantern event “Blackest Night” and the Justice League event series Infinite Crisis. Both events were written/spearheaded by Geoff Johns and were pretty dark in their own right.
More details below …
Continue reading “November is Geoff Johns Month in the Dark Multiverse”
Warren Ellis, Bryan Hill, N. Steven Harris and Dexter Vines team up for a new 12-issue miniseries starring everyone’ favorite Wildstorm assassin.
Back in October when DC Comics announced that Warren Ellis was bringing back the Wildstorm universe with the launch of The Wild Storm, they said they also planned to bring back several other series — including Zealot, WildCATS and “Michael Cray,” which is the real name of the assassin called Deathblow. If you’re wondering when that last title will see print, wonder no more: DC has officially announced Wildstrom: Michael Cray by Ellis, Postal writer Bryan Hill and artists N. Steven Harris and Dexter Vines.
Continue reading “Deathblow returns to his own title in new ‘Michael Cray’ series”