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Marvel Knights Black Panther #6 art by Joe Jusko and Avalon Studios

5 Days of Black Panther, Day 2: Christopher Priest’s Black Panther #1-12

Let’s continue our celebration of the King of Wakanda with a look at what many consider to be the best run of Black Panther, Christopher Priest’s Marvel Knights series from 1998. This series centers around Everett K. Ross, a federal employee who is tasked with being the U.S government attaché for T’Challa when the king […]

Anatomy Lessons- Black Panther #1

Brandon Thomas writes for Bleeding Cool: “The Client” by Christopher Priest, Mark Texeira, and Joe Quesada I’ll be honest with you—Black Panther didn’t click with me immediately. I initially read this first issue out of obligation to the Marvel Knights branding, but for whatever reason, I distinctly remember not picking up issues 2 & 3 […]

Mark Texeira’s latest Hero is a Kickstarter

Ricardo Sanchez writes for Bleeding Cool: The Ghost Rider artist turns to the crowd sourcing site to raise funds for a superhero story he says is different than what we’ve seen before. Artist Mark Texeira, best known for his work on Marvel’s Ghost Rider, Moon Knight and Wolverine, has turned to Kickstarter to launch his latest […]

Texeira And A Hero’s Death

I got a Facebook request from Mark Texeira to like his page for A Hero’s Death. I wasn’t sure what it was, so I clicked to find out. Turns out that Mark and writer Ricardo Sanchez are doing a kickstarter for their original graphic novel. Mark of course is known for his work on Wolverine, […]

Saturday Runaround – Signing By Willpower Alone

ReynoldsAndLivelyWatch: Signing at Wondercon… What will be the first item to hit eBay? SilverAgeWatch: College Humor brings us Batman Vs The Internet… CrumbWatch: R. Crumb: Lines Drawn on Paper is on display until the end of the month at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators. “It was never intended for that […]

HeroesCon – The Bits Most People Missed

There’s been lots of coverage about HeroesCon and WizardWorld Philadelphia this weekend. But here are a few observations about the former that seem not to have been picked up upon that much… George Perez –  he is mulling over upcoming two projects, but will probably only accept one. For now his long awaited “Teen Titans: […]