There are so many announcements coming from the San Diego Comic Con, and the show hasn’t even started yet! For those attending the show this week, I’m sure there will be a lot of questions asked at the DC panels about the upcoming Harley Quinn series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner.
The list of comic book luminaries appearing at this year’s Long Beach Comic & Horror Con continues to grow as Industry pioneer Jimmy Palmiotti joins the ranks of this year’s special guests for the event which will take place November 3-4 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
A character who hasn’t been seen since the ‘90s (or 2006 if you read that one book) returns to DC Comics, and we get a whole new man behind The Ray.
When All-Star Western #4 arrives in December, it features an all new hero – The Barbary Ghost.
In February, Jimmy Palmiotti (Jonah Hex, THE PRO, and upcoming CAPTAIN BROOKLYN) presents a distinctly off-kilter story of one woman’s life as it transforms from hopeless monotony… to crustacean nightmare!
All-Star Western #1 has Jonah Hex trading in the dusty trails of the Old West for the bustling streets of Old Gotham. Can a country boy bounty hunter make it in the big city?
For a couple of months now, DC creators and head honchos have been telling fans that the initial 52 release wasn’t the end, but rather the tip of the iceberg. The latest new number one to be announced is The Ray by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, and Jamal Igle.
The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to welcome Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Billy Tucci to the still-growing line-up of talent for this year’s show. The show will be taking place the weekend of August 20-21, 2011 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
I’ve been back and forth on Jonah Hex since its return some 68 issues ago, but I do know I’m excited to see what happens in All-Star Western #1 that features Hex arriving in Gotham City in the 1800s.
In ALL-STAR WESTERN #1, Jonah Hex is enlisted to help the Gotham Police Department solve the mystery of a vicious serial killer. “So much for Gotham being a one-horse town. Look at that dazzling city in the late 1800’s meticulously researched and brought to life by Moritat. Hex fans, you can relax. We’re not going to abandon seventy issues of dedication and love for the ugly bounty hunter,” co-writer Justin Gray told us.
Take the jump for another page from the Justin Gray/Jimmy Palmiotti book, featuring art by Moritat.
Jimmy Palmiotti (THE PRO, Painkiller Jane) and Justin Gray (Hawkman, Countdown to Final Crisis) will bring a new kind of western to comic stands next month. Known for years as one the most respected and prolific writer duos in the business, responsible for such acclaimed titles as Jonah Hex, RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE, and the recent TATTERED MAN, the two have joined forces with the art of Jim Daly to publish an all new creator-owned one shot through Image Comics: TRAILBLAZER.
Given Wolverine’s assumed age, it should come as no surprise that Marvel reckons the most popular Canadian export short of Bryan Adams is deserving of a #1000 issue. Served up as an anthology, 5 distinct voices give life to everyone’s favorite Admantium runt. Find out if Logan knows the words to ‘Summer of 69’ by taking the jump!
If you had nothing else to lose, but everything to gain, would you strap an atomic bomb to your ass and let it fling you backwards through time? Four potential heroes are about to find out in Time Bomb #1 from Radical Publishing.