Tag Archives: sean phillips

Ghosted is Ocean’s Paranormal

Ghosted is genre-smashing at its best. Stop and think about Ocean’s 11-13 in a haunted house and that’s Ghosted. Ghosted is promising. It’s noir blended with horror. Like something out of the same universe as Brubaker’s Fatale, Ghosted takes two inherently dark genres and makes something new and beautiful – if frightening.

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IMAGE UNVEILS TWO VARIANT COVERS FOR JUPITER’S LEGACY #3

Official Press Release Image Comics has unveiled two new variant covers by Bryan Hitch and Sean Phillips forJUPITER’S LEGACY #3 by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely. The variant covers can be pre-ordered now, with the Diamond codes JUN138034 (Hitch) and JUN138035 (Phillips).

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A CRIMINAL MASTERMIND GETS GHOSTED

Official Press Release Criminal mastermind Jackson T. Winters has spent the last decade languishing in prison after his last heist went horribly wrong. Now, in return for breaking him out, a rich eccentric tasks him with capturing a ghost for the millionaire’s macabre collection in the new Image Comics/Skybound mini-series GHOSTED.

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IMAGE COMICS CONGRATULATES EISNER NOMINEES

Official Press Release Image Comics is thrilled to congratulate the creators of comic books who received 18 nominations in nine categories for the 2012 Will Eisner Comic Book Industry Awards, which were announced by Comic-Con International on April 16.

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ONE WOMAN’S CURSE A BOON FOR COMICS READERS

Official Press Release The curse of the femme fatale has taken readers of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ horror noir series FATALE from Medieval France to present day, with stops in the Wild West, post-World War II San Francisco, and 1970s Los Angeles. Now, in June, FATALE returns to the present in the pages of FATALE #15, […]

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Fatale is Building Suspense

Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips continue to show that they are masters of noir comics but with Fatale, they step up their game to include Lovecraftian horror and suspense.  In fact, the first trade, Death Chases Me is a writer’s workshop in the building of suspense and how not to fall prey to modern tropes […]

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Near Death: Near Good or Reminds Me of An 80s TV Show

Near Death is pretty good. The setup is great and the art is high caliber (yep, I just made that pun about a book that involves an assassin) but the structure is just a little too “and now comes the part where they’re gonna do this.”  I wanted to love the book. It has guns […]

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