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Graphite Digital Comics Service Adds Dark Horse, Valiant, More

Graphite Digital Comics Service Adds Dark Horse, Valiant, More

Digital comics platform Graphite Comics has just announced some major additions to its collection. According to a press release, Dark Horse, Valiant, Humanoids, and Impact Theory have all signed on to offer their comics on Graphite. Series such as Hellboy, The Witcher, Aliens, Umbrella Academy, The Incal, The Metabarons, The Twilight Man, Bloodshot, and Neon […]

One More Notch: The Fourth Power & Others [Reviews]

Another month, another couple first issues, plus a big European collection roundup. In this case, the big European collection is Humanoids reissuing Metabarons artist Juan Giménez‘s solo collection called The Fourth Power. Sera And The Royal Stars issue one by Jon Tsuei, Audrey Mok, Raúl Angulo, Jim Campbell, and Tim Daniel: A Persian-influenced swords and […]

Tale Told By Dead Men: The Night And Others [Comic Reviews]

I feel kinda bad putting new issues of Buffy: The Vampire Slayer and The Life And Death Of Toyo Harada next to a stone cold classic of French science fiction, but c’est la vie. Druillet’s The Night Druillet’s The Night: “Death…everywhere, Death with its garland of glistening rot…” Created as a response to his wife […]

Humanoids Launches All-New H1 Superhero Universe at NYCC with All-Star Creators

Following the hirings of  John Cassaday and Mark Waid as executives, Humanoids has revealed what their H1 initiative is all about: a brand new shared superhero universe by an impressive lineup of creators, all listed at the top of their press release: John Cassaday * Mark Waid * Kwanza Osajyefo * Carla Speed McNeil * Yanick Paquette […]

Now Humanoids Hires Mark Waid as Director of Creative Development

Everything is turning up Mark Waid this week. Just days after being targeted in a lawsuit by Comicsgate leader Richard C. Meyer, one of the few people in comics less sympathetic than Waid himself, Waid has now been named the new Director of Creative Development by publisher Humanoids. Waid’s hiring follows the addition of John […]

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Humanoids Announces Second Wave of Comics for Life Drawn Imprint

Humanoids has announced a new wave of graphic novels for Life Drawn, the literary imprint launched by the publisher earlier this year to publish more serious artsy comics alongside Humanoids’ artsy genre comics. The imprint is designed to spotlight “personal stories and provocative, political narratives,” and the new lineup of titles seems to fit the bill […]

Humanoids Announces New Imprint, ‘Life Drawn’

Humanoids has announced a new literary imprint in 2018, timed to the company’s 20th anniversary of publishing books in the United States. Best known for genre works including The Incal (Alejandro Jodorowsky, Mœbius) and The Metabarons (Jodorowsky, Gimenez) and internationally renowned creators, including Milo Manara and Jose Ladronn, Humanoids will launching on April 4th, the […]

Jud Meyers

Humanoids Names Jud Meyers Director of Sales and Marketing

Almost a month ago, we reported that Humanoids was looking for a sales & marketing director in Los Angeles. Word is that they’ve found their person. Humanoids, Inc. has hired Jud Meyers to be their new Director of Sales & Marketing. Jud began his career in comics behind the scenes working for Titan Publishing in London. […]

Fabrice Sapolsky

Comic Box Creator Fabrice Sapolsky Named Senior Editor At Humanoids

Humanoids has announced today that Fabrice Sapolsky has joined the publisher as a Senior Editor. His job will be to cover the current and upcoming Humanoids universe and a soon-to-be announced new imprint. Sapolsky has over 20 years experience in the publishing industry including creating France’s premiere magazine about American comics books, Comic Box. He […]

Valentin Sécher To Draw Live And Answer Questions About The Metabaron Book 3

Fans of the Humanoids series The Metabaron… or fans of watching talented artists work… should tune into Facebook tomorrow as Valentin Sécher will be working on Book 3 of the Metabaron live on the Humanoids Facebook page. The Metabaron is a spin-off of the Incal series created by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Juan Gimenez. Sécher, age 29, is […]

Humanoids Unveils New Logo For Metal… Teases More To Come

The comic book magazine, Metal Hurlant, is near and dear to my heart. Besides being the predecessor to Heavy Metal, Metal Hurlant was the home of my first two freelance stories as a writer as well as leading to my first screen work in Metal Hurlant Chronicles.  So when Humanoids puts out a press release […]

Brüssli: Way of the Dragon Boy Gets Trailer and Contest

Humanoids has sent us a new trailer and some preview pages for their new book, Brüssli: Way of the Dragon Boy. That is pronounced “Bruce Lee“… The new graphic novel hits book stores tomorrow and comics shops on Wednesday and to go with the release, the publisher is doing a contest… details below. Here is the synopsis […]

After Secret Wars, Esad Ribić Paints The New Metabarons Comic For Humanoids

I understand that the Paris branch of Humanoids will be at Paris Comic Con this weekend with a big announcement. It’s all very hush hush, but word is that it will be Esad Ribić and Mukesh Singh working on Metabaron the new comic in the Metabarons series. This will be Esad’s first confirmed work to follow up the […]

Humanoids Are Looking For A Hollywood-Based Sales & Marketing Director

The graphic novel publisher Humanoids are looking to make a substantial hire out of their Hollywood offices, that of a Sales & Marketing Director, overseeing sales and marketing in the USA. You may know them as the publisher whose books you drool over at conventions, thereby overcrowding their booth with loitering. Now’s your chance to […]


Ten Years Later – Humanoids Republishes Geoff Johns And Butch Guice’s Olympus

Ten years after it was originally published, Humanoids are republishing Geoff Johns, Kris Grimminger and Butch Guice‘s graphic novel Olympus. This was before Johns was CCO of DC Comics. In this high-octane adventure, chaos is unleashed when a group of brash archaeology graduate students and a team of ruthless mercenaries are shipwrecked together on the […]

Preview A Selection Of Deviant Virtues From A Wife And Husband

Deviant Virtues is a trilogy of short stories written by Rose Le Guirec and drawn by Regis Loisel, a husband and wife team and published by Humanoids that “explores sensuality, offering unique insights into rituals, festivals and erotica.” Basically it’ a little on the naughty side. In The Offering a curvaceous young nymph is offered as a sacrifice […]

What Humanoids Will Be Publishing – And What They Won’t Be

The folks at Eurocomics bumped into Humanoids at San Diego Comic Con. As well as getting a from-the-horse’s-mouth explanation of the current state of Moebius licences, they got some clarification on the English publication plans for titles already being published by them in French. Here’s what we know. First about Moebius Humanoids controls the worldwide publication […]

From Strip To Script – Barbarella

By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it. Semi-recently: Humanoids Inc.  (Les Humanoïdes Associés if you’re nasty), brought their current output of English translations of European comics to Comixoloxy. Cue me freaking out with delight, but still […]

Martin Campbell Signs On To Direct Humanoids’ Sebastian X

It seems to be redemption time. After his turn as Hal Jordan, Ryan Reynolds was not the most loved man in the comic world but fans are embracing the idea of his return as Deadpool. Well now the director of Green Lantern, Martin Campbell, is getting another got at a comic adaptation but this one […]