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Exclusive: Ryan Ferrier and Alejandro Aragon Team for Death Orb

We have an exclusive new announcement from Dark Horse this morning. Death Orb, a new five-part series from the creator of D4VE and Kennel House Blues and the artist of 28 Days Later and Robocop, is a fast-paced manga-style action adventure in the vein of Mad Max. Writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Alejandro Aragon take readers on […]

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Dark Horse to Publish All-Ages Criminy OGN by Roger Langridge and Ryan Ferrier

Dark Horse announced via press release Wednesday that they will publish a new original graphic novel by writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Roger Langridge called Criminy in September. Described as a “humorous, absurd tale about a family on the run,” the book’s synposis is below: Criminy follows Daggum Criminy as his peaceful life is suddenly […]


BOOM! Studios Is Launching A Rocko’s Modern Life Comic By Ryan Ferrier And Ian McGinty

This December, Rocko’s Modern Life returns as part of the comics’ industry’s quest to become the number one place for thirty-somethings to reconnect with their favorite childhood animated series. BOOM! Studios and Nickelodeon are teaming up to produce the ongoing series, with the creative team of Ryan Ferrier and Ian McGinty. Each issue of the […]

Beautiful Canvas #1 Review: Crimes Of Sound And Fury Signifying Nothing

Beautiful Canvas is a new crime (ish?) comic out this week from Black Mask Studios. I say “crime-ish” since it seems to have a crime story at the heart of it, buried as it is under a few layers of super powers, made-for-TV-movie characters and baffling dialog choices. (Seriously, can anyone tell me what “cloak my […]


The Prison Musical Kennel Block Blues Comes To An End Tomorrow

The musical comes to an end this week as Kennel Block Blues releases its final issue. This limited series is written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, and even though it may look like a light read, there’s real depth here. Even though they’re singing dogs, these anthropomorphic characters are easy to love. Over a short four […]

Death Themed Heavy Metal #279 On Stands Now

The February issue of Heavy Metal Megazine, issue #279, has a Death Theme and features an international line-up of writers and artists. It also features three covers. A newsstand/comic shop cover by Mike Mitchell & Aaron Horkey, the subscriber/comic shop cover by Jeff Dekal and the special “Gene Kong” cover by Pepe Moreno, available exclusively […]

Who Doesn’t Love An Angry Chihuahua? Kennel Block Blues #2…The Musical Continues

I’m not going to lie, I’m mostly here for the musical numbers. How could I not be? They’re just too good. The second issue of Kennel Block Blues has arrived, and it’s even better than the first. From BOOM! Studios, written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, this issue continues the drama as Oliver and his crack […]

Sing-A-Long With This Comic: 3 Reasons Why You Should Read Kennel Block Blues #1

This week brings the release of a new limited series entitled Kennel Block Blues. It’s written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, and it should absolutely be on your pull list. Here are three reasons why… One: Singing dogs…Need I say more? It’s like a broadway musical in comic book form…except way better […]


An Anthropomorphic Prison Musical: Advance Review Of Kennel Block Blues

BOOM! Studios has a habit of releasing really unique, entertaining comics. Their new limited series Kennel Block Blues is just that. Written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, Kennel Block Blues is an anthropomorphic prison drama that will stay with you. The story follows Oliver, a good family dog. But when he’s sentenced […]

A New Ryan Ferrier And Daniel Bayliss Comic Coming From Boom!… (UPDATE)

This looks like some advance animated gifness for a new comic series from Ryan Ferrier and Daniel Bayliss. Two anthropormophic characters with very different states of being… Ryan is well known for Curb Stomp and D4VE, Daniel for Translucid. Together they fight crime… or do comics about it. UPDATE: ComicVine have another two in the vein…  

Three gangs. Five girls. No way out. Curb Stomp TP To Release This January

One of BOOM! Studios most powerful comics, Curb Stomp, is being collected in a trade paperback in January. Written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi, Curb Stomp follows Machete Betty as she leads a small gang of women under the self-appointed task of protecting their home of Old Beach, one of three boroughs surrounding a […]

Reading Hey, Wait… With D4VE’s Ryan Ferrier: The Bleed Podcast 46

The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion. It’s time to welcome the unsung hero of comic book creative teams: the Letterer. And this week we’re bringing on letterer extraordinaire, Ryan Ferrier! (It doesn’t hurt that he […]

Advance Review: Curb Stomp #4 Proves It’s A Memorable Series

We’ve been experiencing a long intense journey with Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl, and Bloody Mary. This week brings us the final issue of Curb Stomp, from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde. Thus far we’ve experienced quite the rollercoaster with this […]


Action, Controversy, And Shady Personalities In Curb Stomp #3

Talk about intense, the amount of action in Curb Stomp #3 will knock you right off your seat. Curb Stomp from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde is a four issue limited series comic that centers on a gang, The Fever, that protects the streets […]

The Vortex Of Madness: Preview Space Riders #1 Out This Week From Black Mask

Space Riders arrives this week from Black Mask Studios and since the original release art for the book, it’s been clear that we have plenty of love for wild underground and 70’s comics being expressed on the new series. Written by Doc Unknown’s Fabian Rangel Jr., with artwork by Alexis Ziritt, and lettered by Ryan […]

Curb Stomp #2: Hardened Exteriors And Surprising Twists

Buckle up for the second intense issue of Curb Stomp from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde. Curb Stomp is a story about The Fever, a gang made up of five women: Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl, and Bloody Mary. They live […]