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The Lesbian Zombies That Westboro Baptist Will ‘Hate The Most’ – Matt Miner Talks Toe Tag Riot

By Alasdair Stuart Matt Miner is the brain behind Liberator, one of my favorite comics of the last couple of years. Matt’s a tireless creator, hard at work on the second Liberator series, Earth Crisis, as well as Toe Tag …

Earth Crisis And Liberator Collaborate For An Album And Comic Book, Salvation Of The Innocents, And New Liberator Stories From An All-Star Team

Earth Crisis is a New York metalcore punk band popular in the nineties, who reformed relatively recently. Keen supporters of animal rights, they are straight edge, vegan and politically active. Which is why they are crossing over with Black Mask’s …

Five Reasons You Should Be Reading Liberator

Alasdair Stuart writes; Black Mask‘s entire raft of launch titles have been impressive, but for me, the stand out is Liberator. Written by Matt Miner and illustrated by Javier Sanchez Aranda, Joaquin Pereyra, Vito Delsante with excellent extras art by …

Live From The Comic Shop: King’s Watch, Brain Boy, Eternal Warrior, Ballistic, Liberator, Killjoys

I’m live at my local comic shop Conquest Comics this week to grab some titles from the rather stuffed boxes and try to keep up with new titles as well as the ongoing gems that have been keeping my interest. …

Liberator #2 Steps Up Its Game

By Hannah Means-Shannon I’ve gradually become acquainted with the guys behind Black Mask Studios (co-founders include Matt Pizzolo, Steve Niles, and Brett Gurewitz) through helping edit the Alan Moore essay currently running in Occupy Comics #1-3, though with a growing …

Five Things About Liberator Issue One

Black Mask returns with a story of ski-mask wearing, dog-rescuing heroes in Liberator issue 1

Ben Templesmith’s Cover To Liberator #3

Ben Templesmith‘s cover to Liberator #3 from Black Mask, everyone.

Matt Miner – Liberator

When most people think about vigilante comic books, images of The Punisher or Mark Millar’s Kick-Ass come to mind. Those heroes are ordinary people, who make an extraordinary difference, but what if these ordinary heroes didn’t focus on muggings or …