Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is pleased to announce the May debut of Oh, Killstrike, the new tongue-in-cheek miniseries created and written by Say Anything frontman Max Bemis (Polarity, Evil Empire), with art by Logan Faerber. The creative team is combining talents to write a personal story that discusses the anxieties that come with being a […]
By David Dissanayake And here we are at Bleeding Cool owner Avatar Press' Comic-Con 2014 panel. Max Brooks(World War Z, Extinction Parade) and William Christensen lead the panel. Alan Moore and Jason Burrows's Providence will be out mid 2015. A twelve issue series, the book will expand on his previous Neonomicon work for Avatar, interweaving Lovecraftian mythos with our reality. "Alan himself has called it the […]
Boom! has been posting links to videos from the Canadian band Rush today, hashtagged #ticktock and #rush. http://t.co/FFzXhxwoen #ticktock #rush — BOOM! Studios (@boomstudios) December 10, 2013 Looks like there's a new comic on the way, which would fit with the publisher's history with Coheed And Cambria's Claudio Sanchez and Say Anything's Max Bemis. […]
At 11.50 at Thought Bubble in Leeds, Chris Thompson will be hosting a panel on the impact on digital on comics with Jordie Bellaire, Nathan Fox, Nicholas Gurewitch, Sean Gordon Murphy, and Cameron Stewart. Which gives you just enough time to listen to his podcast first… [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podpress_trac/web/2848/0/PCHPodcastEpisode65.mp3] by Chris Thompson Following on from my recent […]
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Jim Kuhoric Music and comics have long been intertwined with artists of both fields being influenced by work crossing over the boundaries of the two mediums. From the early horror works of Alice Cooper and Kiss to current comics by Tom Morello and Gerard Way, the two fields mix like […]
The Hastings variant of Max Bemis' Polarity #1 for Boom! Studios sells easily on eBay for $25 Buy It Now. On an Open Auction it has no trouble selling for $18. Except, and here's the weird thing. Hastings themselves are selling the comic for only $5 on their website. For now. Just saying.