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Ales Kot And Marco Rudy Launch Cosmic Winter Soldier Ongoing Title

The AV Club have been given the news by Marvel PR that Ales Kot and Marco Rudy are to launch a new Winter Soldier title continuing the story of Bucky Barnes, in the wake of the second Captain America movie. And just …

Was Iron Patriot Cancelled And No One Noticed?

This was July’s solicitation from Marvel. IRON PATRIOT #5 ALES KOT (W) GARRY BROWN (A/C) “UNBREAKABLE” PART 5 • The conclusion of “UNBREAKABLE” arrives — and nothing will ever be the same! • He could have fallen alone. But instead …

Iron Patriot On The All-New Chopping Block Already?

Marvel’s All-New Marvel NOW! relaunch programme has pretty much been a success, giving lesser Marvel characters a real shot in the arm, both Silver Surfer and Moon Knight being a resounding success. However, I’m told that based on early numbers, Iron …

A Comic Show – Batman’s Eternal and Deadpool’s Married

Aaron Haaland, of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back with another stack of New Comics Now! Batman Eternal, All New Marvel Now, and Image made my new comic day. Batman Eternal is the new weekly …

Essential 8 Comics From The Shelf For March – Time Machines, Flashbacks And Secret Agent Men

By Erik Grove It’s late March and I’ve got a lot of comic books on my mind. I’m looking forward to a great weekend in Seattle next weekend at the Emerald City Comicon (say hi to me! tweet @erikgrove to …

Nerdy Show Live! Presents Ales Kot And Tradd Moore

  Our own Aaron Haaland of A Comic Show from A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, helps host this live panel with Ales Kot and Tradd Moore (the team on the current Image series Zero) to discuss their work. Dig …

A Comic Show – Secret Avengers Vs. Agents of Shield

  Aaron Haaland, of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida writes: Hey Fandom! It’s me, Aaron, talking about new comics now! This is A Comic Show filmed in The Geek Easy! This week was have some more All New Marvel …

Ales Kot Continues To Excavate The Darkness’ Past

We just saw the publication of The Darkness: Vicious Traditions by Ales Kot and Dean Ormston, looking at Top Cow’s The Darkness entity in the times of the Romans. This is clearly going to be a thing now. In June, …

Ales Kot Talks About Zero Volume 1 And Writing The TV Pilot – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: Zero is probably the most interesting and off-beat spy comic in an increasingly crowded marketplace right now.  A 15-minutes-from-now postmodern tale filled with pop references and commentary on both real-world political hot-button events and the pop nature …

A Comic Show – Harley’s Mad Love!

By Aaron Haaland Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! It’s me, Aaron, back with new comics on Tuesday! What’s hot at a comic shop tomorrow is on A Comic Show today! This time I …

Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics

Monday, February 17th Locust Moon Comics will be hosting a stop on Gregory Benton’s massive book signing tour for his award winning graphic novel B+F from 6pm to 9pm. Don’t miss out on getting one of Benton’s famous double-interior cover original …

Five Things About Zero Issue 5

By Alasdair Stuart Ales Kot is one of the most interesting, innovative writers working in the field today. His previous work including Change, Wild Children and a couple of really fun issues of Suicide Squad are all well worth tracking …

A Modest Proposal For… The Reader-Owned Comic

Ales Kot made the case for giving colourists and letterers percentage points on the multimedia rights of a comic book. It generated quite a bit of discussion. But it got me thinking. Why stop there? Much has been made of …

Colourist-Owned Comics? Letterer-Owned Comics? Is This The New Creator-Owned War Waiting To Happen?

There has been a small comics creator war brewing under the surface, specifically over creator owned books, between those writers who split the rights to the comic between the writer and the penciller/inker and those who pay the artist under …

Unsung Masterpieces #2: Alec, with Eddie Campbell

By David Dissanayake Here we are for the second (somewhat delayed) installment of Unsung Masterpieces (You can check out our first installment, “Enigma, with Duncan Fegredo, Peter Milligan, and Art Young”, here). Warren Ellis once said that “American comics are …

Image Expo 2014 Speculation: Five Wild Guesses About ‘Secret Special Guests’

By David Dissanayake Image Expo is coming up in just a few days, and boy does it seem like Image Comics might just outdo itself with this one.  Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue Deconnick, Rick Remender, Nick Spencer, Brandon Graham, Robert …

Matt Kindt Off Suicide Squad Already

CBR asked the Mind MGMT creator. Are you sticking on “Suicide Squad” past “Forever Evil,” or is that only for the course of that story? It’s just for “Forever Evil” and then I’m done. It’s one of the things I’m …

A Look Ahead For Ales Kot’s Zero

The cover of Zero #05, drawn by Will Tempest, designed by Tom Muller. The issue comes out 01/22/2014. Cover illustration by Matt Taylor which will eventually become a finished cover of Zero #07, coming out April 2014. Zero can be …