The one-shot arrives from Marvel in May.
Jonathan Hickman and Sanford Greene will team for a battle for the ages, as Doctor Doom battles Galactus “to save all that is and to try to attain a cosmic status that he’s only ever dreamed of.”
The one-shot Doom will arrive in May from Marvel, based on a story idea by the Bitter Root co-creator.
“Growing up reading Marvel Comics, I became fascinated by Doctor Doom and how he potentially is the center of the entire Marvel Universe!” Greene said. “He is one of my bucket list characters and this story is somewhat a love letter to Doom and Marvel.”
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The creator of ‘Eris’ dives into the classic video game ‘DOOM’ this month.
If it’s October, it must be time for Inktober. During Inktober, artists from all over the world create a different ink drawing every day of the month — or whatever schedule works for them. While the official Inktober site provides a list of “prompts” to help inspire artists, many of them choose their own themes.
With many comic artists once again participating this year — you can find a lot of them on Twitter or Tumblr using the #inktober hashtag, and we’ve been posting a bunch on our own Tumblr — we thought we’d spotlight a few of the fun ones we’ve seen so far.
Tyrell Cannon is the creator of the webcomic Eris, which he posts on his website and on his Patreon. He’s also created his own comics like Gary and Victus. For Inktober, Cannon has dedicated his pen to DOOM, the classic first-person shooter that pits space marines against demons from Hell. He’s not just doing drawings, but also telling a story along the way, kind of like he did last year. And if you’re into DOOM, you might like this poster he created as well.
Check out a few of his pieces below, and visit his Twitter feed to follow along with Cannon and his space marine all month.
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