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Darwyn Cooke Now Receiving Palliative Care After Aggressive Cancer

I was talking to Darwyn and Marsha Cooke about a Bleeding Cool story yesterday. A silly thing, that was all. They told me I should check Darwyn’s blog tomorrow. I thought it might relate to that. But it doesn’t. Marsha, wife of the legendary comic book writer and artist Darwyn Cooke’s, writes, under the title “F-ck […]

Tiny Cosplay – The Toddler Without Fear

3-year old Parker here is giving Charlie Cox a run for his money in this cosplay shoot by City Light Studios – Section C. Done up in the early costume used by Matt Murdock in the Netflix series Marvel’s Daredevil, the little guy looks like he’s ready to protect Hell’s Kitchen… though he might have […]

IDW To Republish Parker Prose With Darwyn Cooke Illustrations

It was announced back at NYCC that IDW was going to republish the Parker prose novels by Donald E. Westlake writing as Richard Stark with new Darwyn Cooke illustrations. Now we are getting more information about the project. Cooke is providing all-new illustrations for the classic Parker novels presented for the first time in a deluxe format. […]

ComiXology All Over The World – Superheroes Strike Back And Parker Takes China

Timothy Carson writes: According to ComiXology, sales last week taken from iOS in-app purchase charts, Marvel and DC are gunning for The Walking Dead’s glory. While the zombie saga remains immensely popular in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, and Sweden, it lost favor in many markets it conquered just last week. Marvel’s Superior […]

IDW Solicitations For December 2013 – Darwyn Cooke Gives Us More Parker

Here’s a look at IDW’s solicitations for December… a new Sinister Dexter comic from the pages of 2000AD by Dan Abnett and Andy Clarke, and new comics The Illegitimates #1 by Taran Killam, Marc Andreyko and Kevin Sharpe, Indestructible #1 by Jeff Kline, Javi Garron and Salvi Garcia and Deadworld: Restoration #1 (of 4) Gary […]


Monday Runaround – Gay Marriage, Perfume And Newt Gingrich

KevinWatch: Everyone’s talking Archie! The Daily Mail, Huffington, Tim, Fox News… it’s going to get busy! MooreWatch: Alan Moore on sexism in comics in the eighties. Miss Arrowette would reduce gangs of criminals to spluttering, coughing helplessness by engulfing them in clouds of talc from her ‘Powder-Puff Arrow’. Batgirl would dazzle villains by reflecting the […]

Review – Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter by Darwyn Cooke

Richard Stark’s Parker is the kind of anti-hero that America isn’t meant to create anymore, let alone enjoy. A cold hearted killer with the will to do the kind of things that most flinch at. A less social, more driven version of Dexter, without the morals, his sex drive mixed up with a violent streak […]