This weekend at 2019’s AlienCon Dallas, Devil’s Due Comics publisher Josh Blaylock will unveil the official launch of ArkWorld, an ambitious series of 48-page comic books that fuses science fiction, fantasy, archaeology, and ancient — possibly alien-influenced — technology into an exciting new genre dubbed “archeopunk.”
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This Summer, Devil’s Due will release This Off Beat Town: Vol. 1, a collected edition of the up and coming writer/artist Jake Smith’s four-issue miniseries.
With the upcoming Ugly Dolls movie, and the continued push for YA horror stories, it makes sense that Devil’s Due would latch on to Gus Fink’s Boogily Heads for a comic book miniseries and expanded merchandise.
On the heels of the news that the hit indie comic series will return in 2019, Assemble Media has partnered with Josh Blaylock to develop his Mercy Sparx character across film, tv, and digital.
Some of your favorite side-scrollers/fighting games of the 80s and 90s often had a girl being kidnapped and two friends teaming up to rescue her. But what if that idea was flipped around? We’re about to find out in June when Devil’s Due Comics releases Final Street #1 by Scott Schmidt and Brian Atkins.
This Summer Devil’s Due Entertainment’s titles will be getting a facelift as the brand changes its name to Devil’s Due Comics. A shift happening to reflect its new Publishing Platform for creator-owned titles.
1First Comics has announced Fried Pie Comics is providing the variant cover to the upcoming Lark’s Killer #1.
I follow a lot of characters in comics, like Batman, for example. But I also follow a lot of creators as well. And three of the creators I enjoy keeping up with are Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner. This isn’t always easy because their excellent product often comes from a variety of different comics companies, such as what I refer to as the Harleyverse in DC and Super Zero from Aftershock Comics. This means I have to be on the lookout for their books as I examine upcoming books. A particularly good one is Delete, which comes from…