Michel Fiffe

Dark Horse to Publish Michael Fiffe Horror OGN Panorama in 2020

Dark Horse to Revive Michel Fiffe’s Panorama as Print OGN in 2020

Dark Horse is digging deep into the archives of Copra creator Michel Fiffe to publish Panorama, a graphic novel version of the webcomic originally published online by Fiffe in 2008 but since removed from the web. The 144-page collection is set to hit comic book shops on May 27th next year, or June 9th for […]

Raiding Dr. Venom’s Stash in Tomorrow’s GI Joe Sierra Muerte #1

Tomorrow kicks off Michel Fiffe‘s GI Joe Sierra Muerte, a new series claiming to be “a brilliant, contemporary and loving homage to all things G.I. Joe.” IDW has released a preview of the first issue, and it goes right for the spirit of the early days of GI Joe comics, with Cobra Commander, the Baroness, and […]

Bloodstrike #0 cover by Michel Fiffe

Bloodstrike #0 Review: A Too-Accurate 1990s Revival

We open on a Bloodstrike mission that goes sideways, leaving all members of the team apparently dead. Jump ahead a few months, and we see the arrest, death, and rebirth of Deadlock. He joins up with the Four, only to be defeated and beaten to death by Youngblood. This leads Deadlock to join up with […]

The Bleed Episode 8: Reading COPRA With Matt Kindt And Tucker Stone

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors Joseph Schmidt and Sam Morse. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, the latest comics, creator interviews and the pick of the week. This week we’re discussing the indie comic sensation, COPRA by Michel Fiffe. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BP2uEJnGyBg[/youtube] Our guests this week are Tucker […]

Image Watch: The Big Joe Casey Sex Interview Part 2

By David Dissanayake  Joe Casey gives a damn good interview.  Last week I talked to him about his book Sex from Image Comics.  A masterful post-superhero story about repression, intimacy and personal redefinition, Sex follows Simon Cooke – a Batman/Iron Man/rich man superhero archetype – as he hangs up his cape and cowl in an attempt to leave […]

Joe Casey On The Artists For Captain Victory… All Eight Of Them

When I interviewed Joe Casey about the new Captain Victory And The Galactic Rangers, he talked about how no single artist could come close to what Jack Kirby could do. So he and Dynamite are going to use eight of them. Now Casey is back to talk about each one of them by the issue […]

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn – Through Books And Pictures

Comic Arts Brooklyn ran for one day, Saturday November 9th, though there were related gallery shows and events leading up to the big day. It also ran panels at The Knitting Factory down the street, which played host to Paul Auster, Art Spiegelman, Jeff Smith, and many more. I believe the final tally for the […]

Glorious SPX – A Brief Chat with Copra’s Michel Fiffe

By senior SPX Correspondent David Dissanayake If you aren’t reading indie-superhero hit Copra by Michel Fiffe, you really should be.  The book is being touted as one of the best current ongoing series in comics by people like Tim Callahan and Matt Fraction to name just a couple of the big names who are talking […]