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For Immediate Release One of the most popular super-teams in comics returns in an all-new graphic novel over three decades after their 1981 debut! The Justice Machine fought to destroy tyranny on two worlds, but nearly twenty years ago they vanished–never to be seen again. Until now! In The Justice Machine: Object of Power graphic […]

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Official Press Release San Diego, CA (October 12, 2013) – IDW Publishing dropped a bombshell today, announcing two blockbuster Artist’s Editions produced under license from DC Entertainment. And these offerings are truly blockbusters—Jack Kirby‘s New Gods Artist’s Edition and Dave Gibbons‘ Watchmen Artifact Edition. For the first time ever, readers will be able to see up […]

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Image Comics’ Greatest Cosmic Superhero Epic, GØDLAND, Reaches its Mind-Bending Conclusion in Galactic-Sized FINALE Issue!

Official Press Release GØDLAND, the long-running Image Comics series that launched in 2005, comes to its long-awaited end in the GØDLAND FINALE, a 72-page one-shot to be released in November. Man of Action Studios’ Joe Casey (SEX, THE BOUNCE) and artist Tom Scioli have created an epilogue story that takes the cosmic grandeur of the […]

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An Interview with Joe Martino: From Shadowflame to the Mighty Titan!

I first noticed Joe Martino’s work from stalking around comic book message boards when I heard of something called Shadowflame. I didn’t know anything about the project but I remember the name well. Fast forward a few years and the next name on my long list of potential interviewees  is Joe Martino. He’s been doing […]

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Captain Victory #1, Living in the Past or the Future?

In their mining of Kirby’s work portfolios, creators that know the history of comics much better than I, have found some raw materials from which to forge new stories.  Specifically, Alex Ross, a creator for who I have a lot of respect, has brought us Captain Victory, published by Dynamite Entertainment.  Captain Victory is a reboot of Captain Victory […]

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Kuzimu Creator Brett Uren, An Interview

I spoke with the British creator Brett Uren a few weeks ago about his life and his creation, Kuzimu. His art reflects both Moebius and Giger influences although he’d disagree with the latter. Our interview left me wanting to read more of his comics, and I think you the reader will too. Who are you, […]

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Mark Waid’s Incorruptible volume 01, I Like It

In the comic book industry, creators often become as worshipped as their creations. It is only in back-room whispers that people infer that comic book luminaries like Stan Lee and Jack Kirby may have done something, anything that was less than stellar.  The comic book industry is small, it’s hard to get in with the […]

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