With the sudden death of Al Simmons in the pages of Spawn #185, Todd McFarlane and Whilce Portacio are taking the series in a new direction – or giving us one heck of a swerve.Â Regardless, the issue sold out as did issue #186, which hit stores last week. While reprints are on the way, Image Comics is taking Spawn online to MySpace, allowing fans to read issue #185 in its entirety. â€œTodd McFarlane Productions is excited to be partnering with Myspace Comics to bring the fans Spawn #185,” McFarlane said. “Myspace Comics is the wave of the new generation.
To celebrate Dark Horse’s one year partnership with MySpace, the company is bringing back some of the key players who helped launch the online series. Appearing in the coming months, look for a new Umbrella Academy short story by Gerard Way and Gabriel BÃ¤, Joss Whedon and his older brother Zack step up with an exclusive tie in to Dr. Horribleâ€™s Singalong Blog, and Tara McPherson offers up How to Heal a Broken Heart. â€œEver since the original DHP was canceled, I’ve been trying to bring it back, because I love anthologies, love the absolute liberty it gives you to
Image Comics Shadowline has announced it will debut the entire issue of Aletheia on MySpace Comic Books weeks before the issue arrives in stores. “With the ever increasing amount of new titles on the stands, we really wanted to do something new and different to help ALETHEIA stand out,” said Shadowline President Jim Valentino. “Teaming up with MySpace in this manner gave the series a spotlight it may not have had otherwise had and we don’t doubt it will result in many more readers heading into stores for the book.” This is not a new movie, Boom! Studios did something
MySpace and Dark Horse Comics announced today the two companies would partner to bring MySpace Dark Horse Presents to the online community. This new online series, which is an homage to the original print Dark Horse Presents, will include original content, will be available exclusively on MySpace, and best of all, it’s free. The August issue goes live on MySpace today, and will include the following comics: Sugar Shock, the debut new comic from artist Fábio Moon and Joss Whedon, creator of the popular television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly, and author of the highly successful Dark
MySpace is not that bad of a social networking site in spite of what NBC might say. Marvel Comics has created its own MySpace page that has a preview of Annihilation: Conquest for you to check out. “The ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST PROLOGUE is the starting gun for the crazy sci-fi race that will rock all of your favorite cosmic heroes — and introduce you to some soon-to-be favorites,” explained editor Bill Rosemann. “NOVA writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning are sci-fi masters and–together with the amazing art of Mike Perkins (CAPTAIN AMERICA) –have crafted a kick-butt kick off to the entire