Christopher Sebela

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

Who is Getting All of Christopher Sebela's Marvel Comps?

Marvel Comics has developed an interesting solution to the comics piracy problem. Instead of waiting for unscrupulous readers to download the books from comics piracy sites, Marvel is simply sending out free comics to random people who happen to live in the same place writer Christopher Sebela once lived. Sebela posted on Twitter: Marvel still […]

Crowded #1 cover by Ro Stein, Ted Brandt, and Triona Farrell

Crowded #1 [Late] Review: A Freelance and Crowdfunded Nightmare

Charlotte Ellison meets a woman named Vita Slatter at a fast food restaurant. Charlotte, called Charlie, is on the run from an endless horde of crowdfunded assassins, and she found Vita on "Defnd," an app where one can hire bodyguards. A janitor tries to kill Charlie in the restaurant, and Vita puts him down. Vita […]

Agent 47: Birth of a Hitman #6 cover by Jonathan Lau and Omi Remalante

Agent 47: Birth of the Hitman #6 Review – Trashy Hitmanning Fun

Diana Burnwood is a handler/advisor for the ICA, but the frequent loss of Agents is starting to shake her. She's been put on a Paris assignment to advise a group of Agents in the assassination of a business mogul responsible for development of chemical weapons. Little does she know, this puts her in the path […]

Shanghai Red #1 cover by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, Tyler Boss, and Joshua Hixson

Shanghai Red #1 Review: Revenge, Booze, and Sails

An indentured crew is finally set free after their two-year contract is up. The first mate is sent into the hold to tell the slave crew that they're free, but one, named Jack, kills the first mate then the rest of the crew. Jack intends to go home, and the rest of the former slaves […]

Cold War #4 cover by Hayden Sherman

Cold War #4 Advanced Review: Far Less than the Sum of Its Parts

Sath and Tikk are in charge now. They seem to know what's going on, and they have effectively supplanted Vinh. We learn of Sath and Tikk's past, their relationship, and the organization they were associated with in their original lifetime. Meanwhile, LQ continues to investigate what is going on behind the war, suits, weapons, and […]

Cold War #3 cover by Hayden Sherman

Cold War #3 Review: Interesting Leads Lost in a Mess of a Story

We learn the backstories of LQ and John as the cryonauts continue to trek their way across the treacherous war-torn city and dodge the mechanical terrors at every corner. Cold War's main idea finally makes itself clear in this issue. The story wants to bring together all these violent people and present their bloody backstories […]

Johnny Blaze: Ghost Rider: #1 cover by Clayton Crain

Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider #1 Review: Aimless Fun with the Spirit of Vengeance

Johnny Blaze is dead…again. This time, his check was cashed by Mephisto. As a result, the Spirit of the Ghost Rider is wandering Hell without a host. For once, Johnny wants back in, but the Rider doesn't. Regardless, the two know that they need to overthrow Hell if the guilty are to be punished and […]

Cold War #2 cover by Hayden Sherman

Cold War #2 Review: A Better Lead Character, but an Aimless Plot

The platoon appears doomed without their original leader. However, Vinh has taken up the mantle of leader, even if it bothers John. Thankfully, Vinh is just as, if not more, competent than Rook ever could be. The rest follow her, but the bloodshed is far from over. We also get a look back at Vinh's […]

Cold War #1 cover by Hayden Sherman

Cold War #1 Review: Waking Up in the Apocalypse

A group of people cryogenically frozen wake up hundreds of years in the future to a war they don't understand. Among them is Tom Rook, a man who already spent his entire life fighting wars. This is actually a joyous awakening for him; he has long missed the battlefield. The weapons and enemies may be […]

skybound evolution

Skybound's Evolution Mutates Into Second Printing

In the cutthroat world of comic book publishing, "survival of the fittest" is the law of the land. And scientific research shows that comic books which develop the genetic trait of selling out and going back to press for second printings are more likely to pass on their genes to future issues. Thankfully for Evolution, […]


Christopher Sebela Celebrates A TV Deal For Oni Press Romance Comic 'Heartthrob'

Heartthrob, the Oni Press romance comic by Christopher Sebela, Robert Wilson IV, and Nick Filardi has been optioned for a TV series. The series is being developed by Felix Culpa, a new production company from Riley Keough and Gina Gammell, as reported by Deadline, but the news was buried in the story's third paragraph. Luckily, […]

Sebela And Lau Team For 'Agent 47: Birth Of The Hitman'

Dynamite Entertainment has announced that writer Christopher Sebela (Green Lantern/Space Ghost), and artist Jonathan Lau (Battlestar Galactica) are set to team up to bring the world of the popular video game franchise Hitman to the pages of comics, thanks to a new partnership with transmedia outfit Gunpowder Studios, in conjunction with video game developer IO Interactive. The […]

BOOM! Studios Welcome Back Gets A Third Printing

Due to high demand, BOOM! Studios is doing a third printing of its newest original series, Welcome Back. This news follows on the heels of the news that Welcome Back was extended from a limited series to an open-ended ongoing series. If you don't know already, in Welcome Back #1, the creative team consisting of, […]

Lifetimes Of Love Despite War In Welcome Back From Boom

Prepare yourself for an exciting new release from BOOM! Studios entitled Welcome Back. Written by new and upcoming comic writer Christopher Sebela, with art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer (Critical Hit), Welcome Back gives love a whole new meaning. The story centers on Mali and Tessa, who have lived hundreds of different lives. Caught up in […]

SDCC: Breaking Into Comics Right Now According to BOOM! Studios

Michele Brittany writes for Bleeding Cool: "This is my favorite panel to do," started BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. Several BOOM! Studios writers and artists jointed Gagnon – it felt like a who's who of titles I have been reading this past year, so I was immediately anxious to hear what the panel had to […]

Interview: Rachel Deering Talks In the Dark, Crowdfunding and Horror

Alasdair Stuart writes; Rachel Deering wears a lot of hats. She's part of the team who produce the Amelia Cole comics from Monkeybrain, has her own horror series, Anathema and is in the final stages of bringing In The Dark into land. A huge horror anthology filled with some amazing creative talent, it's Kickstarter campaign […]