Josh Howard, the creator of Dead@17, has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for his sci-fi superhero comic series, T-Bird & Throttle.
Press Release Fans favorite creator Josh Howard begins an all-new saga and sequel to the popular DEAD@17 series with BLASPHEMY THRONE #1, the first issue in the seventh and final installment in the DEAD@17 story—and an epic finale that will take readers’ breaths away.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Chew #7, Dark Kingdom #3, Dead @17: Afterbirth trade paperback, Invincible #69, and The Fantastic Worlds of Frazetta Volume 2 hardcover, all of which arrive in stores on December 23, 2009.
DEAD@17 creator Josh Howard celebrates his acclaimed horror series’ move to Image Comics in a big way with a World Premiere party for DEAD@17: AFTERBIRTH at Lone Star Comics in Southwest Arlington on Saturday, June 13th! “Launching DEAD@17: AFTERBIRTH at Lone Star Comics feels right as they’ve been supporters of mine since I started,” Howard said. “The mini-series acts as a new beginning for the series, yet also ties in together threads long time fans have been following for a long time. Nara’s new role in The Zodiac is going to really shake things up and bring out some more
It’s a holiday week, which means Thursday comics instead of Wednesday fun.Â To get you ready for the week ahead, Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of comics arriving on May 28, 2009.Â Take the jump for Astounding Wolf-Man #16, Back to Brooklyn #5, Dead@17: Ultimate Edition TP, Godland #28, and Special Forces, Volume 1 TP.
Josh Howard has posted a sneak peek of his upcoming Dead@17: Afterbirth series up at his website.Â While Dead@17 has been around for a while, it was previously published by Viper Comics.Â Afterbirth is the first series being published by Image Comics.Â Take the jump for a peek.
Josh Howard and Image Comics have announced that Howard’s Dead@17 series is moving to Image.Â Dead@17 had previously been published with Viper Comics, but for some time now, the series hasn’t been showing up in the monthly previews. Unfortunately, I’m not really in a position to comment on Viper’s issues, but it is my hope that eventually my other projects will follow Dead @ 17. But everything is still up in the air for the moment,” Howard said in an interview with Newsarama, “Most importantly, I just felt it was finally time to move on. Like you said, I had
Josh Howard, scribe and artist behind Dead@17 has posted a preview of some of the pages from the upcoming Dead@17 Compendium (coming sometime soon). Take the jump for some wonderful color art, but be warned; if you are one of those sensitive types or might get in trouble for viewing images of girls in their underwears duking it out with demons, you might want to wait until no one is around.