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Die!Die!Die! #1 cover by Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn

Die!Die!Die! #1 [Late] Review: Smug Characters and a Confused Narrative

A man is chased down after leaving a dog race. The men chasing him are assassins, but the man is also a highly trained operative. He kills most of the assassins with ease, but he recognizes one, who takes the man down and relieves him of his nose. We are then given a rundown of […]



Grant Morrison No Longer A Vegetarian, And More From The Graphic Content Podcast

The Graphic Content Podcast‘s Adam Messinger has returned from the unpronounceable ID10T Festival and has a lot to tell. The episode features Mike Marts from Aftershock Comics, Matt Wilson colourist on The Wicked + The Divine, Chris Burnham of Officer Downe, and Nameless, Donny Cates of Baby Teeth, Redneck and God Country, Matt Horak of Punisher, […]


SDCC ’15: Chris Burnham On Being ‘Targeted’ By Grant Morrison

Artist Chris Burnham was entertainingly holding court at Artists Alley yesterday at San Diego Comic Con. I asked him how he felt at being “targeted” by Grant Morrison, an entertaining choice of language used in Grant’s interview in Entertainment Weekly which revealed he was the new EIC of Heavy Metal Magazine. Burnham, who has previously […]

Ch-Ch-Changes – U For Uncanny

Between solicitation and publication, changes can take place in the make-up of a comic book… especially from Marvel and DC Comics. Well, today, here are two from Marvel. The first, that writer Dennis Culver will join the already solicited Chris Burnham on E Is For Extinction #2, part of Marvel’s Secret Wars crossover event. And […]

DC Ads On The Same Page As The Comics, Confirmed For Next Week

Looks like Chris Burnham got his DC comp copies of upcoming titles, including those ads running on the same page as the comic books that we’d talked about. And appropriately enough they’re for Twix… Though Burnham is more concerned with the ad quallity rather than the placement and media buying… TO BE CLEAR, I’m more […]

Nick Pitarra’s Valentine’s Day Massacre

Valentine’s Day. The day when people send overpriced flowers to each other. And since you are spending over the odds, you expect them to actually arrive. Unless you happen to be Nick Pitarra, artist on The Manhattan Projects from Image Comics. And then he starts to draw said experience. If you choose to click on […]


Who Is Drawing The Multiversity Guidebook Anyway? (TO UPDATE)

Grant Morrison has written the Multiversity Guidebook. But who is drawing it? The DC Comics website lists Ben Oliver, Chris Sprouse, Dan Jurgens, Cameron Stewart, Klaus Janson, Gary Frank, Nicola Scott and “Various”. Whereas Amazon lists Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jae Lee, Jon Bogdanove, Gary Frank, Todd Nauck, Chris Sprouse, Andrew Robinson, Duncan Rouleau, Cameron Stewart, Pete […]

Is This Grant Morrison’s Own Cover For Multiversity #1?

This is the 1:100 variant cover for Multiversity #1, the new reality-bending comic book series written by Grant Morrison, the first issue drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, coloured by Nei Ruffino. I don’t know about you, but it looks to me as if it has been drawn by Grant Morrison himself. And based […]


The Lessons of Liberator

Alasdair Stuart writes; Black Mask have had a hell of an opening year, turning out books that have gone to some very risky places. It’s paid off, again and again, with Occupy Comics and Ballistic proving especially popular. For me though, the line stand out is Liberator. Equal parts social justice book, exploration of the […]


The Disappearance Of Jason Todd – Wednesday Trending Topics

I love these little preview/final page changes that pop up publicly from DC from time to time. And so do the rest of you, my analytics tell me. An interesting little meta viral that keeps us paying close attention.  I could almost believe DC is doing it on purpose at this point. Most-Read Comic Stories […]

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes To Batman Inc #13

A preview page of Batman Inc #13 reveals a last minute change from Jason Todd as Wingman on the left, replaced by Dark Ranger on the right in the finished comic, published today. Mike DePalo reckons “They probably figured Jason’s presence in the fight didn’t make sense if he was coming to Bruce’s rescue later […]