Joe Keatinge and Nick Barber's Ringside offers a compelling wrestling-themed drama with a crime fiction twist.
New books for June 29: Barb Wire, Book 2; Black Jack Ketchum; The Complete Emily the Strange; Jupiter's Circle, Vol. 2; Living with the Dead; Saga, Vol. 6; and Semiautomagic.
New books for June 22: Astro Boy Omnibus, Vol. 4; Rich Tommaso's Dark Corridor; Neil Gaiman's How to Talk to Girls at Parties; Emma Rios' I.D.; Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen; Phil Hester and John McCrea's Mythic; Spawn: Satan Saga Wars; and more.
In today's post: A detailed listing of penciler Leinil Francis Yu and inker Gerry Alanguilan's penciler-inker collaborations to date.
In today’s Filipino artist spotlight: G.I. Combat and House of Mystery illustrator Jose Matucenio, Marvel Classics Comics artist Rudy Mesina, and Marvel horror and sword-and-sorcery artist Yong Montaño.
New books for June 15: Abe Sapien, Vol. 7; Jughead Archives, Vol. 2; Fate/Zero, Vol. 2; Fight Club 2; Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser: The Cloud of Hate & Other Stories; Outcast, Vol. 3; Ringside, Vol. 1; and Sex Criminals, Vol. 3.
In today's column: We discuss Muhammad Ali's career and cultural impact as reflected in the comics of the 1960s and beyond.
New for June 8: Aw Yeah Comics, Vol. 3; The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service: Omnibus Book 4; Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Shinji Ikari Raising Project, Vol. 16; New Lone Wolf and Cub, Vol. 9; No Mercy, Vol. 2; and Poppy! and the Lost Lagoon.
In 1993, Marvel tried to gain a foothold in the creator-owned comics market with a new initiative under its Epic Comics banner. The Heavy Hitters line featured an impressive roster of creators that included Joe Kubert, 2000 AD co-founder Pat Mills, and comics firebrand Howard Chaykin.