Here’s the best news to come out of the New York Comic Con before the convention kicks off – Major Spoilers’ favorite, Francesco Francavilla has been tapped to write and draw Will Eisner’s The Spirit: The Corpse-Makers for Dynamite Entertainment.
Local Comic Shop Day is coming our way on November 19th. It’s a chance to celebrate the local comic shop you love, and score a few exclusives. Dark Horse Comics has unveiled its offering, and both Firefly and Francesco Francavilla fans will love it.
If you’re gonna feature Batman in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day (especially in this election season), you’d better feature his opponent, Superman. Thanks to Francesco Francavilla it’s simple to fulfill the equal time requirement.
We’ve asked the question multiple times. We’ve speculated what was going on. We’ve been told, “New is coming soon.” Today, we finally get to rejoice that the Archie Horror titles, Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are returning this summer!
One of the artists we featured quite a bit back in the day when AAMotD was in its heyday was Francesco Francavilla. Since his early appearances on the site, he has gone on to cover major titles from Marvel, IDW Publishing, and more. Today, we look at Master of Kung Fu #1 from last week.
With the launch of Netflix’s Daredevil series, I knew it wouldn’t take long for fan art to start appearing online. This morning, Major Spoilers fave, Francesco Francavilla shared his take on Matt Murdock.
Seems like Black Friday was a bit of a let down for stores as everyone was at home watching the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer again, and again, and again…. or at least that is what I’m going to believe, I didn’t go out and buy jack squat for anyone this year. There were a number of artists who also seem to be taken back by the new trailer, and unveiled their fan art for the new movie.
These Mondo posters sell out so quickly… Today, we find out that Francesco Francavilla whipped up this fantastic Star-Lord poster for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
I should just create a refeed of everything Francesco Francavilla does – he’s an art machine. There isn’t a day that goes by that he isn’t sharing some sketch or random piece of art he’s whipped up (surprisingly no Critical Hit art). Today it’s Batman and Gordon from his work at the Special Edition NYC event a couple of weekends ago.
The end of the world is nigh, and it’s all Reggie’s fault! This week, Matthew and Stephen pick up and review Afterlife with Archie #1 from Archie Comics. If you don’t like spoilers, don’t listen to this episode until after you’ve read the book…. and you really need to rush out and buy this book!
Did you get your pre-orders in to your LCS? The first issue arrives in October.