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Paul Pope’s Heavy Liquid Gets 20th-Anniversary Edition at Image in June

Image Comics has announced that they will publish a 20th-anniversary trade paperback collection of Paul Pope’s Heavy Liquid, collecting the sci-fy/cyberpunk series’ five issues into one tome with remastered colors. We can barely remember what we had for breakfast this morning, so you can’t expect us to tell you anything about a 20-year-old comic book, […]

Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

The day of Batman and Catwoman’s wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over the years. […]

The Tipping Point From John Cassaday, Paul Pope, Eddie Campbell And More Launches This Weekend

The cover is by Enki Bilal. The creators are Naoki Urasawa, John Cassaday, Boulet, Bastien Vivès, Bob Fingerman, Katsuya Terada, Frederik Peeters, Emmanuel Lepage, Taiyō Matsumoto, Paul Pope, Atsushi Kaneko, Keiichi Koike, Eddie Campbell, each writing and drawing their stories. And each story based on the concept of “the tipping point”, the moment that turns inaction into […]

Paul Pope, Roy Allan Martinez and Felix Ruiz Cover Heroes For Titan

Titan has released the covers for both Heroes: Godsend #2 by Roy Allan Martinez and Felix Ruiz and the Heroes: Vengeance trade cover by Paul Pope.   HEROES: GODSEND #2 Writer: Joey Falco Artist: Roy Allan Martinez Cover A: Roy Allan Martinez Cover B: Felix Ruiz On Sale Date: April 6, 2016 Farah’s work at Primatech brings her into […]

Jason Mantzoukas To Adapt Paul Pope’s Battling Boy

Though a feature film adaptation of Paul Pope‘s Battling Boy has been in the works since before the 2013 graphic novel was published, Deadline reports that the project has found a new screenwriter in the form of actor, comedian, How Did This Get Made? mainstay and screenwriter Jason Mantzoukas. Sent by the gods to defend the city […]

A Love Letter From Creators: Preview A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Out This Week

Who doesn’t love Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts? 2015 has been a Peanuts celebration due to its 65th anniversary, but BOOM! Studios imprint KaBOOM! is taking things to a new level. The world’s best-known names in comics, children’s books, comic strips, cartoons, and webcomics are coming together to show their love for Shulz with A Tribute […]

Battling Boy Taps Academy Award Winner Patrick Osborne To Direct

Plan B Entertainment, Brad Pitt’s production company, has picked Patrick Osborne to direct their upcoming adaptation of Paul Pope’s graphic novel Battling Boy. Osborne won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film this year for Feast. He’s also worked on full-length animated features such as Wreck-It Ralph, Tangled, The Polar Express and Big Hero 6. […]

SDCC ’15: Larry Hama Returns To G.I. Joe In 8-Part Bi-Weekly Event

This October, the man who started it all returns as Larry Hama picks up the reins of G.I. Joe for an 8-part bi-weekly event called Cobra World Order. The event kicks off with a prelude in G.I. Joe: ARAH #219 and #220 with artist S.L. Gallant. It will also have covers by Paul Pope, Francesco […]

Cover Variance: Paul Pope Draws Archie Vs. Predator, Uncle Scrooge Gets The ZBox

Here’s the Paul Pope cover for the upcoming Archie Vs. Predator #3. And clearly our alien hunter would be perfect for breaking up the Archie/Betty/Veronica triangle and starting one of his very own. I am getting the very real feeling that this comic is going to blow the new Archie relaunch away. Digital comics pioneer Alex De Campi‘s […]

NYCC: Four Essential Booths to Visit

Nikolai Fomich writes for Bleeding Cool: There are thousands of booths and tables at New York Comic Con – here are four attendees should definitely check out. Locust Moon Press (Artist Alley V7) – Josh O’Neill on Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream: “Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream is a tribute to Winsor McCay and Little […]

NYCC: Coffee Talk With Monsters And Dragons

Christine Marie Vinciquarra writes for Bleeding Cool: Seven authors attended Coffee Talk with Monsters and Dragons and each one of them did their own introductions complete with a plug for their current novels. The authors included, R.L. Stine, Caitlin Kittredge, Lou Anders, Barry Lyga, Paul Pope, Ethan Reid, and Ransom Riggs. I wasn’t really sure […]

Before Battling Boy, Aurora West Took Flight

By Cameron Hatheway Paul Pope’s Eisner award-winning Battling Boy garnered heaps of acclaim last year, and with good reason. The story of the son of a god saving a city ripe with criminals and monsters was action-packed and memorable, captivating readers with Pope’s dynamic style and storytelling. While he’s hard at work on the second […]

When Things Got Naked At Locust Moon Comics Signing On Friday

Locust Moon Comics in Philadelphia held a mega signing on Friday night to host Paul Pope, Dean Haspiel, and Tom Scioli  with some live comix performances in honor of their works Escapo, Fear, My Dear, and Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe respectively. Then things went…interesting when cooling off for the summer took on a whole new […]

Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia In July If You Like Comics (UPDATE)

Wednesday, July 16th Forbidden Planet at 832 Broadway in New York will host writer Frank Barbiere (Five Ghosts, Solar, Blackout, New Avengers Annual) at a signing for the launch of his new comic with Victor Santos from Boom!, Black Market  from 6:30 to 8:30PM. Thursday, July 17th Midtown Comics Downtown will host John Romita, Jr. […]

Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics

Tuesday, June 17th JHU Comics on 32 East 32nd Street in New York will be hosting a signing with Josh Blaylock from 5PM to 8PM. They say: “JHU Comic Books is proud to welcome Josh Blaylock (GI Joe, Mercy Sparx, Yumiko: Curse of the Merch Girl) to our Manhattan location!  As a talented writer and […]