United Front Games were the creators of some pretty great games. ModNation Racers was a solid karting game, and Sleeping Dogs was a bit of an underappreciated gem. Sadly, it seems like the studio is closing down. This is according to GameSpot, who have sources that confirm the shut down. Complicating things, the developer very… Read more »
I’m hearing this from a number of people. Kentucky comics store Arcadian Comics is making the situation a little more public. So, we’re in a tight spot. We need to come up with a lot of money, and fast. Three weeks of big comic orders and low sales might mean we won’t make it past… Read more »
By Joe Glass Midnighter & Apollo #1 came out last week now, and I have read that comic, what, eight times by now I think? It’s just that good. It’s everything I’ve been crying out for in terms of full on queer representation in mainstream comics. You have gay leads, front and center. They’re happy… Read more »
Over on his Facebook page artist John McCrea shared his art process for the latest issue of Dark Souls: Legends of the Flame from Titan Comics. McCrea shows his original pencils, inks and then the colors by Mike Spicer. McCrea may be best known for his long run on DC’s Hitman with Garth Ennis. He’s also… Read more »
Ray Flook writes, Announced at DC’s Vertigo panel this afternoon, novelist and freelance writer Richard Kadrey (Sandman Slim) will take over writing duties on LUCIFER from Holly Black beginning with a co-write on issue #13 than fully on issue #14. Lee Garnett will be supplying the artwork, with Dave Johnson continuing on covers.
Politics and comics rarely fail to have a combustible chemistry in combination. As we’ve seen Pepe The Frog’s transformation from popular indie comics character to meme to a sort of meta-emoji over the past few years, and then more recently be appropriated for far worse things, I’m sure many have wondered about the impact recent… Read more »