Image Comics sent us over a preview for the upcoming Drifter, which only means I have to add another comic to my pull-list. The art look amazing, and dark sci-fi is right up my alley. Here’s the dish.
Sometimes you just want to see hot comic book shelf porn. Well, we’ve got you COVERED! Here’s the best comic book covers of the week. Continue reading
I’m not sure what Marvel has up its sleeve, but it’s going to be really expensive! Here’s yet another 2015 teaser from the publishers, and it’s, quite simply, more of the same, in more ways than one.
GODS ARE THE ULTIMATE POP STARS IN
THE WICKED + THE DIVINE
Gillen and McKelvie team up on November graphic novel
Every 90 years, twelve gods incarnate in the bodies of ordinary people. For two years, they are loved. They are hated. They are stars. And then they are dead. The Image Comics series THE WICKED + THE DIVINE is the stunning new work from the critically acclaimed and reader-beloved Young Avengers team, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie. THE WICKED + THE DIVINE VOLUME 1: THE FAUST ACT will be in stores in November.
With all the recent news of WB’s DC Comic Book films, I thought it would be nice to summarize the cinematic synergy seeing it’s way into theater the rest of this decade. While this is one hell of a list, there’s bound to be more added as this trendy snowball continues its tumble down a seemingly endless mountain.
Last Updated: October 16th, 2014
If you saw Masterplasty on comic shelves there was no way you didn’t pick it up. This weird, over-sized oddity was definitely an eye-catcher, but it didn’t fit very well in a shopping bag…or a Civic. Despite this largeness, the oddly awesome that is Masterplasty is getting the reprint treatment from Image, and in the more common comic book size.
Marvel Unlimited, the popular publisher’s digital comics distribution service is adding some its most popular graphic novels to thier already robust comic book offering. And at 10 bucks a month ($70 for a year right now) it’s a great deal even without these new additions. But more is always better, and these trades are awesome! Here’s the official word.
DC Comic films are finally starting to build the hype they deserve with the announcement from WB that they actually do have a plan up their sleeve for their huge stock of comic book licenses, AND with the latest word that Superman and Batman will each be getting solo films somewhere in the the 2016-2000 timeline, we want to know what film you, the Outright Geeks, are most excited for. Continue reading