Tag Archives: David Mack

Exclusive First Look At Alice Cooper #2 And Red Sonja: The Black Tower #2

We have an exclusive first look at two upcoming Dynamite books that both have their final order cutoff (FOC) this week. Both of them are also getting variant covers to help increase orders. Red Sonja: The Black Tower #2  by …

Bradstreet, Robertson And More In Dynamite’s Free Wallpaper

Along with their new digital comic site, Dynamite has set up downloadable wallpapers in multiple sizes (1920 x 1080, 1440 x 900. 1280 x 960, 1024 x 768) so regardless of how you like to set your screen resolution, you …

Discussions With Scott Allie – Dark Horse’s Comedic Triumph In Buffy Season 10, Axes Out In The Goon, Facing Time In Captain Midnight, Staying Scary In Aliens, Monster-Heroes In Criminal Macabre And More

Following on from a massive state-of-the-industry interview with Scott Allie, Editor-in-Chief at Dark Horse recently here at Bleeding Cool in which we talked about SDCC strategies, defining creator-owned as a term, and many upcoming books, Allie joins us again to …

David Mack On Kickstarters, The 20th Anniversary Of Kabuki, And Remastering Youthful Projects At San Diego Comic Con

By Joshua Stone Leading into this year’s SDCC, there were certain creators I was hoping to be able to get some time with to conduct an interview. One of these people was David Mack. Mack, best known as the creator …

Breaking Down Clichés And Truth-Telling The Creative Life In The Temple Of Art – David Mack And Bill Sienkiewicz In The Bleeding Cool Double-Interview

The Temple of Art is a documentary project and book project, currently crowdfunding, the brainchild of photographer Allan Amato that arose out of his photographic portraits of artists in a variety of multi-modal mediums. It has grown to encompass some …

Discussions With Scott Allie – Dark Horse’s Strategies For SDCC 2014, Defining Creator-Owned, Prometheus, Fight Club 2, And The Whedon Threeway

San Diego Comic Con is the untackleable beast, and yet for Dark Horse, they seemed to have a very clearly defined strategy this year that I found other journalists and fans remarking upon, from their full slate of announcements concerning …

Dark Horse Is All About Highpowered Collaboration At San Diego Comic Con – Kindt, Stewart, Mack, Palahniuk, Lemire

Scott Allie, Matt Kindt, Cameron Stewart, David Mack, Chuck Palahniuk, Jeff Lemire engaged fans on Sunday midday at San Diego Comic Con and the lineup was enough to make you step back and realize just where Dark Horse stand right …

The Temple Of Art’s Serious Star Power – McKean, Sienkiewicz, Mack, Morrison, And More At San Diego Comic Con

The Temple of Art is both a book and a documentary, and brought out a stellar group of panelists. John Shnepp hosted. Jason Shawn Alexander, Dave McKean, Kent Williams, David Mack, Bill Sienkiewicz, Grant Morrison, Stephanie Inagaki, Barron Storey, and …

‘A Worthy Ballad To Sing A Graphic Love Song’ – Mack, Sienkiewicz, Allred And Many More On Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream

By Nikolai Fomich Locust Moon Press’ Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream Kickstarter has been a resounding success, having raised over $100,000 in less than four weeks. This all new anthology features strips inspired by Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland …

Welcome To His Nightmare – Joe Harris Talks Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper has been a performer since he first took the stage fifty years ago, back then going by his real name of Vincent Furnier. Four years later he and his band created the persona of Alice Cooper and the …

Exclusive First Look At Alice Cooper #1

Recently Dynamite announced a new series based on rocker Alice Cooper. The new series will be written by Joe Harris and drawn by Eman Casallos and will be available with both a photo cover and one done by artist David …

Bleeding Cool and Locust Moon Comics Talk Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream

By Nikolai Fomich Locust Moon Comics proudly announced their Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream Kickstarter campaign earlier this week. I sat down with two of the minds behind the project – Publisher Josh O’Neill and Creative Director Chris Stevens – …

Joe Harris Brings Alice Cooper To Comic Shelves

He debuted in an issue of Marvel Premier. He written by Neil Gaiman in The Last Temptation… but the one thing Alice Cooper has not done is star in his own ongoing comic series. That is about to change. Alice …

Frank Miller, Geof Darrow And David Mack Come To All-New Dark Horse Presents – C2E2

I just got my comp copies for the final part of The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, my latest comic with Simon Rohrmuller, appearing in Dark Horse Presents. We reported before that the Eisner-winning anthology was going to be revamped …

The Occupy Comics Collection Arrived Today – With a Bonus Comic By Amanda Palmer And David Mack

Occupy Comics, from Black Mask Studios, with its host of contributing artists and writers capturing some of the ways in which comics can protest inequalities in society, finally arrived in trade collection this week, complete with Alan Moore’s long essay …

All-New X-Men #25 – Bendis And His 19 Artists

Rich’s source from a few months back were dead on with this one. This April’s oversized All-New X-Men #25 will have writer Brian Michael Bendis joined by Bruce Timm, Art Adams, Rafael Grampa, Lee Bermejo, J. Scott Campbell, JG Jones, Paul …

The Uncanny X-Men #100 Project Launches From The Hero Initiative

The Hero Initiative is launching their Uncanny X-Men 100 project. This is where they get blank covers of a certain issue then give them out to get original sketches from some of the best talent in the industry and then auction …

Greg Pak Takes The Eternal Warrior Back To 4001 A.D.

Valiant Entertainment has announced it’s going back to the year 4001 A.D.  The future timeline from the original 90s run, home of characters like Rai and the Future Force, will be re-introduced in Eternal Warrior #5 this January. The new …