Grant McKay once said that “there is no authority but yourself,” one of the main characters in ‘Black Science.’ As Grant McKay and the other explorers of myriad dimensions and alternate universes will soon discover, that declaration is not entirely true. Writer Rick Remender, artist Matteo Scalera, colorist Dean White, and letterer Rus Wooten drop their protagonists into surprising places and situations that help to transform their views and expectations. The world (or worlds) they interact within are turned upside down in ways expected from great science fiction yarns.
Moments ago in Seattle at Image Expo 2016, Rick Remender announced ‘Seven to Eternity,’ a blisteringly ambitious take on the fantasy genre illustrated by Jerome Opeña and coloured by Matt Hollingsworth (Tokyo Ghost, Wytches). The project chronicles the adventures of a dying knight, Adam Osidis, who sets out to slay the insidious God of Whispers — a musical demon deity who manipulates humanity and conjures snake-wolf hybrids from the earth. Like the inhabitants of this new world, Zhal.
Jean Jensen — also an artist — has been intimately familiar with the writer of Cryptocracy for more than three decades, seeing as she raised him. Her son, Van Jensen, wrote this new creator-owned series after years of scripting The Flash, Green Lantern Corps and Pinocchio Vampire Slayer. In reviewing this title — a thrilling exploration of clandestine organisations, paranoia and conspiracies illustrated by Pete Woods — we could not think of a reviewer with more insight into its origins than Jean Jensen, ethics be damned.
Valiant Entertainment is exultant to present the first look inside Bloodshot Reborn #15. On July 13th, it is the sun, surf, and suicide missions when New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire (The Valiant, Moon Knight) and Valiant Entertainment-exclusive superstar-in-the-making Mico Suayan (Bloodshot Reborn) plunge headlong into the next shocking chapter of ‘Bloodshot Island.’ As the unstoppable killing machine codenamed Deathmate hunts Bloodshot and his fellow castaways from Project Rising Spirit, all hope hinges on surviving the seemingly endless cycle of tortures that this tropical paradise turned killing field has to offer.
Alec Holland was an idealistic scientist who was synthesizing a top-secret chemical in his hidden lab in the marshlands. However, after a bomb in his office explodes, the young scientist is murdered… Or so it seems. Because rising in his place is the Swamp Thing, a creature made of vegetation that’s absorbed Alec Holland’s memories, personality, and grief.
This summer, the legendary X-O Manowar character flies into his first-ever oversized annual with sixty-four pages of armor-busting adventures traversing the universe of Valiant Entertainment flagship hero. Moreover, Valiant Entertainment is proud to present the first look inside the X-O Manowar Annual 2016, issue #1!
Welcome to the second chapter of Sylloungue. All in all, I hope you can enjoy it, and suggest to me topics to approach regarding the beautiful and cultural world of literature. This week, I have decided to approach Valiant Comics forthcoming releases, which are not entirely underground, yet you might find quite appealing.
Since we are unlikely to get a sequel to the 2012 sci-fi comic adaptation Judge Dredd starring Karl Urban, we will have to take solace in a new Dark Horse Comics title featuring the one-man judge, jury and executioner. In a new four-issue series, we will see Judge Dredd crossing over with two of the biggest sci-fi franchises that he has encountered before.
It looks that Titan Comics projections for 2015 last set to higher standards, and a clear evidence is the excitement announcement they did judging the serialization of the Kickstarter Smash Hit 21st Century Tank Girl! After a hiatus that took two decades to break, co-creator, and amazingly extraordinary artist Jamie Hewlett has decided, it was time to return to the origins. He is re-adopting the iconic and quite controversial fictional character that made him outstand through the years, Tank Girl.