Marguerite Bennet

Animosity Vol. 2 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo

Animosity Vol. 2 Review: This Has Been My Albatross

After finishing their ride with the humpback whale, Jesse, Bethesda, Sandor, and the rest continue their trek to California to find Jesse's brother. Shortly after, they begin to hear rumors of a flying, fire-breathing dragon. They are attacked soon after, and members of their flock are taken by scarecrow-garbed scavengers. On top of that, Jesse […]

Animosity #11 cover by Rafael de Latorre and Marcelo Maiolo

Animosity #11 Review: Heavy and Heartfelt Talking Animals

Jesse has come face-to-face with the hive, and they are unsure if they trust her. The farmers have enslaved and exploited the bees for their pollination, and this has left them with a very negative view of humanity. The farmers show no signs of changing their ways either, as they are intent on stopping Jesse […]

Rough Riders: Ride or Die, Cold War, And Animosity Coloring Book- Aftershock February 2018 Solicits

Rough Riders: Ride or Die by creators Adam Glass and Patrick Olliffe as well as Cold War by Chris Sebela and Hayden Sherman are coming out through Aftershock in February of 2018. Also, Animosity is receiving a coloring book by artists Rafael de la Torre, Juan Doe, Mike Rooth, Kelsey Shannon, and others. BLOOD BLISTER #4 (MR) / $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 02.14.18 writer/artist: Phil […]


Animosity #9 Review: Talking Animals Are Always Welcome

Always being up for some Marguerite Bennett fare, we're covering her Aftershock comic series about sentient, intelligent animals, called Animosity. Animosity #9 finds Jesse and her band of furry and one-not furry friends (not that kind of furry — actual animals) roaming through Hourglass Falls in Virginia. Before long, they see smoke from over the […]

Aftershock Adds Another Animosity One-Shot, World of Animosity, In September

Continuing their transformation into an all Animosity, all the time comic book publisher, Aftershock has added a one-shot comic, World of Animosity, to their September lineup. Written by Marguerite Bennett, with art by Rafael De Latorre & Juan Doe, and colors by Rob Schwager, World of Animosity joins other Aftershock offerings such as Animosity, second printings of […]

Valerie's Bold Step: Josie And The Pussycats 5

While Josie may be the star of the series, Valerie has always been the backbone. Valerie is a straight shooting no nonsense kind of woman, and she shines in this issue. When the Pussycats are upstaged by a child prodigy at a state fair, Josie goes into full melt down mode. Valerie tells her to […]

Ariela Kristantina Talks Marguerite Bennett And Batman At C2E2

Makarim Salman is at C2E2 for Bleeding Cool, Ariela Kristantina is at Table L8 at C2E2. She's best known for Wolverines and the Logan Legacy. "Currently I'm working full-time on InSeXts from Aftershock. I'm doing covers and interiors." "Marguerite Bennett is a fantastic writer. It's a great brainstorming process with her and our editor." "I've […]

Tales From The Four Color Closet: Creating a Glass Closet for Angela

By Joe Glass Oh, Axel Alonso….why couldn't you just say 'Yes'? Axel and Marvel have come under fire a fair bit in the last few months, given repeated attempts to skirt the topic of if/when Marvel would have a lead queer character book, or even outright saying they don't believe the time is right, to […]

In The World Of DC Bombshells, The Waynes Lived….

At the DC All Access Panel at Denver Comic Con, writer Marguerite Bennett revealed that in the world of the DC Bombshells, based on the art of Ant Lucia and set in an alternate World War II, Bruce Wayne's parents were never killed. Instead they were saved by Batwoman… So there is no Batman. Bennett says that […]

Exclusive First Look At Swords Of Sorrow Books Shipping July 2015

We have an exclusive first look at the covers and solicitations for Dynamite's Swords of Sorrow books shipping in July 2015. This will be the third month of the all-female written and lead event and includes the third issue of the main series by Gail Simone and Sergio Davila and the first issue of the […]