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Barry Windsor-Smith to Release Monsters Graphic Novel Next Year

Barry Windsor-Smith to Release Monsters Graphic Novel Next Year

Move over, Steve McNiven, you poseur! Barry Windsor-Smith is set to return in 2020 to release his graphic novel, Monsters. Windsor-Smith posted a graphic saying the long-gestating book will be out next year on his Facebook page. Originally conceived as a Hulk story in the 1980s, Monsters has had a long and storied development process […]

Weapon X

Marvel's TL;DR Takes On The Barry Windsor Smith Classic, Weapon X

Marvel has released a new episode of TL;DR (Too Long, Didn't Read) that focuses on the origin of Wolverine or as he was known at the time, Weapon X. The 3 minute animated video from writer Noah Sterling and Max Dweck with art by Tom Rogers breakdown the original storyline that appeared in Marvel Comics […]

A 45-Year Old Barry Windsor Smith Avengers Page Up For Auction

If you collect original comic art, it's easy to get lost on pages like Heritage looking at all the amazing pieces. I'm not an expert by any stretch of the imagination, but I own a few pieces and after seeing the R. Crumb piece going for $717,000.00, I got wrapped up in looking at art […]

The Future Of Miracleman At Marvel Comics – From MCM London Comic Con

At the Diamond Retailer Day at MCM London Expo this weekend, Marvel's Senior VP David Gabriel announced that April would see the the first ever printing of the long lost unpublished Neil Gaiman/Mark Buckingham Miracleman #25 comic, twenty years after it was completed. Then, as expected, Gaiman and Buckingham will finish of the Silver Age […]

Conan: Red Nails – The Great "Matte Or Gloss" Debate Of 2013

Comic book retailer Tim Finn of Hub Comics, Somerville, MA, wrote to Bleeding Cool, concerning the recent Conan Red Nails volume from Genesis West, reprinting the original Conan art of Barry Windsor Smith. He writes; We received Genesis West's CONAN RED NAILS: ORIGINAL ART ARCHIVES HC at my store, Hub Comics, yesterday. Big slipcase, nice […]

New Companion Focuses on 70s Influential Comics Series

From 1974 to 1979 Mike Friedrich published Star Reach, a science fiction anthology geared towards adults and meant to bridge the gap between the underground comic culture and the main stream superhero books. It featured art by Howard Chaykin, Walter Simonson,¬†Jim Starlin, Dave Stevens,¬†Barry Windsor-Smith and many others. It also had prose pieces like The […]