Zac Thompson


Yondu Gets His Own Series by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, John McCrea

Yondu Gets His Own Marvel Comics Series, Says Chicken Website

Original Guardian of the Galaxy Yondu will star in his own eponymous solo series from Marvel Comics this Fall, from the creative team of Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, and John McCrea. Marvel announced the news via chicken product promotional website ComicBook.com, also giving the site’s hungry readers some nuggets of information in the form of […]



Zac Thompson Answers All Your Age of X-Man Questions

With final order cutoff approaching for Age of X-Man Alpha, the one-shot that will kick off the X-Men’s latest alternate universe adventure, writer Zac Thompson took to Twitter to post a FAQ about the book, simultaneously providing us with excellent fodder for a clickbait article. Check it out: So we've been getting a lot of […]

NYCC Shocker: Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler Are Going to Ruin Apocalypse

At the New York Comic Con X-Men panel Sunday, the rising star writing duo of Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler had a bold proclamation for X-men fans: they’re going to ruin Apocalypse. The pair are writing an Apocalypse backup story in this month’s X-Men Black one-shots, which started in last week’s bestselling X-Men Black: Magneto. The […]



Her Infernal Descent #4 cover by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe

Her Infernal Descent #4 Review: Another Emotionally Powerful Issue

Lynn is wondering a vast white void with no idea where to go or where she even is. Eventually, she finds a hotel under construction by angels. They are renovating this portion of Hell to expand Heaven. After she finally escapes this place, she is plunged into a realm of violence and pain which leads […]



Her Infernal Descent #2 cover by Kyle Charles and Jordan Boyd

Her Infernal Descent #2 Review: Hell Gets Kafkaesque

Lynn stands before Judge Franz Kafka as he deliberates on the fate of the sinners that stand before him. He sends her to the back of a line of multitudes, and William Blake rejoins her. She is unwilling to wait the eternity it would take for the line to move, so she has Blake help […]

Relay #1 cover by Andy Clarke

Relay #1 Advance Review: Unique and Well-Paced Sci-fi Storytelling

Jad and William are a pair of officers on a world ruled by the Relay. The Relay is a large monolith in the center of the planet that laid down all the edicts that are the rule of law on the world. The Relay was brought by a man named Hank Donaldson, though nothing more […]



New Series Clankillers and Relay Launch in AfterShock’s July 2018 Solicits

AfterShock is launching two new comic titles this July. The first is a fantasy series called Clankillers by Sean Lewis and Antonio Fuso. The second is a sci-fi series called Relay created by Zac Thompson, Donny Cates, and Eric Bromberg. That one is written by Zac Thompson and has art from Andy Clarke. Plus, Brilliant Trash is receiving its first collected edition. Check out the full details of the […]

Explore the Lost City with Zack Kaplan and Alvaro Sarraseca: AfterShock June 2018 Solicits

AfterShock launches a new series this June with The Lost City Explorers by writer Zack Kaplan and artist Alvaro Sarraseca. Plus, Animosity, Pestilence, Her Infernal Descent, Cold War, Brothers Dracul, A Walk Through Hell,and Dark Ark continue their runs. Details below. BABYTEETH Vol 2 Trade Paperback / $14.99 / 128 pages / color / on sale 06.13.18 writer: Donny Cates artist: Garry Brown color: Mark […]


brothers dracul aftershock april 2018

New Series Brothers Dracul and Her Infernal Descent: AfterShock April 2018 Solicits

AfterShock, winner Diamond’s Publisher of the Year Award (Under 3%), is releasing two new series this April: Brothers Dracul by Cullen Bunn and Mirko Colak and Her Infernal Descent by Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, and Kyle Charles. More details below. ANIMOSITY #14 / $3.99 / 32 pages / Color / on sale 04.25.18 writer: Marguerite Bennett artist: Rafael De Latorre color: Rob Schwager letters: Marshall Dillon cover: […]


The Dregs #4 Review: Let’s Lynch The Landlord

Here’s the thing about the noir genre: regardless of what medium it arrives in, it’s incredibly difficult to pull off in the modern era (that goes for basically every “modern era” since the time of the original noirs ended about 50-60 years ago). If you look at noir in cinema, for every Chinatown or Brick […]