Tag Archives: covers

Exclusive First Look – Art Adams Covers Army Of Darkness Plus Interiors By Larry Watts

Art Adams broke into comics with 1985 Longshot miniseries for Marvel. Since then he has worked on many other titles including Uncanny X-Men, Excalibur, Action Comics, Vampirella, The Rocketeer, Godzilla, The Creature from the Black Lagoon and his own creation Monkeyman …

A Look Through The Star Wars #1 Cover Gallery From Alex Ross To Skottie Young

Jedi News has the list of all the standard available and variant covers to the Star Wars #1 launch from Marvel Comics, Jason Aaron and John Cassaday. So we added the covers we could find. But as well as these …

No, Everyone, This Is Not #ComicGate – Milo Manara Is Still Creating Covers For Marvel

Last week, I thought I might have a story. We’d already pointed out that Milo Manara‘s variant cover for Thor #1, featuring the new female Thor, had slipped to Thor #2. But then I learnt that Milo was no longer doing that cover either, and the solicited …

Marvel’s Star Wars #1 To Get Plenty Of Exclusive Retailer Covers

So, Marvel are going to want to launch Star Wars #1 with a bang. They will want it to be the best selling comic for January- by a long way. And here’s one reason why it will be. One way …

16 Comic Book Covers By Artists Better Known For Their Writing – Grant Morrison To Alan Moore To Jim Shooter

It’s all gone a bit Buzzfeed here, hasn’t it? Anyway… Some writers conceal hidden artistic talents. Often for a reason. But, with Bleeding Cool running Grant Morrison‘s cover for Multiversity #1 (above) that felt like a great chance to show …

Here Are Your Hobo-Hindparts Variant Covers For The Delinquents #1

I see that John Layman is joining the creative team of Archer And Armstrong in November with issue #25. Well, as crazily tasteless as Layman is, he’ll have some big shoes to fill, trying to be able to top the …

The Next Two Weeks Of DC Comics’ Covers With Colourist Credits – Or In The Teen Titans’ Case, Online IDs

Sorry that should be “chirper” IDs. That’s the cover, as published, to the upcoming Teen Titans #1 by Will Pfiefer. Kenneth Rocafort and colourist Dan Brown – though sadly that’s not their actual Twitter handles. But it, and all the …

The Full Creative Teams And Most Of The 3D Covers For DC’s September Futures End Event – With Stephanie Brown As Batgirl?

The present… and five years later, courtesy of DC’s September event. Swamp Thing is a robot. Constantine is Fate. And Charles Soule is writing four of them. And is that Stephanie Brown as Batgirl? And more besides???? Harley Quinn in …

DC’s Bombshell Covers Top This Week’s Advance Reorders

Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where …

J Scott Campbell And Nei Ruffino’s Interlocking Spider-Man Covers For Midtown Comics

This is the promotional image for all three Midtown Spider-Man covers together, art by J Scott Campbell and colors by Nei Ruffino. From left to right: Superior Spider-Man #31, Amazing Spider-Man #1, and Amazing Spider-Man #1.1. Final/individual covers will have …

DC Comics’ 3D Covers Return For September 2014′s Five Years Later Event (VISUAL UPDATE)

They made a big splash in September 2013. If you could get them. The 3D lenticular covers used to launch Villains Month. And hideously underprinted as China ran out of enough plastic to make them (apparently) leaving retailers heavily allocated …

Retailer Quits Phantom Group Over Concerns About Religious Content Of Jesus Island

Bleeding Cool recently reported how the Phantom Group of retailers, which negotiate shared exclusive cover variants to be shared among themselves, had worked out a deal where they would receive a whole exclusive comic for a period of time, including …

A Letter To Retailers From Dan DiDio And Jim Lee For The End Of Villain’s Month

DC Comics writes; THANK YOU FROM THE CO-PUBLISHERS Dear Retailers: We’d like to take a moment to thank you for all your support for DC’s Villains Month. From the time we started to talk about this initiative with you, we …

The Fight For Joker’s Daughter Tomorrow Just Got More Brutal

DC Comics’ Villains Month has been, as Tom Huxley noted, a bit of an opti-shambles. 3D covers allocated, severely in some cases, retailers made plans, got the 2D replacements and got used to the new status quo. Then there were …

Speculator Corner – Recorded Sales On All Of 54 DC Comics 3D Covers

So… you’ve been picking up your 3D covers from DC Comics the past few weeks – maybe have some in a pullbox from your friendly neighbourhood comic store? So there’s a big question hanging in the air. Just exactly how …

Cover Variance: All The Retailer Covers For Sons Of Anarchy #1 And Samurai Jack #1

Comics will have three exclusive variant comic covers for New York Comic Con, for Batman #24, Forever Evil #1 and Superman/Wonder Woman #1. Where they will be selling them however, I have no idea. Still waiting to find out what …

Have Your DC 3D Covers Melted Yet? (UPDATE)

The London news yesterday included a story that a building in the city centre, nicknamed the Walkie Talkie, has been causing havoc due to the curvature of the windows acting as a magnifying glass and a) frying eggs, b) melting …

Blame It On The Parents – Thirteen Thoughts About Thirteen Villains Month Comics, Darkseid, Desaad, Cyborg Superman, Bizarro, Joker, Creeper, Two-Face, Grodd, Count Vertigo, Deadshot, Poison Ivy, Relic And Ventriloquist

They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you – Philip Larkin Today sees the first week of …