When I talk with people who work in the comics industry, I’ll often ask them where they think we’re going. Will we end up all digital all the time? No digital at all? A mix? Honestly, nobody knows at this point. Well, one of my very favorite comics is back, this time as a comic strip. And I couldn’t be happier!
Or – “Maybe This One Is More Of A Protagonist History?” Many years ago, I gathered all my belongings into a Pontiac Gran Prix (borrowed from my mom, mind you) and took off for the wilds of Western Kansas for college. I learned a great many things in those ensuing 7 years: The smell of anti-freeze can be bad. Buffalo don’t like it when you taunt them with hamburgers. Vampires make terrible roommates. Always date a cougar, and a cougar from another country is a plus. But I apparently taught a few things as well, as when I rekindled the
Or – “Of Course I’m Serious. And Don’t Call Me Shirley.” Oh say can you see… By the dawn’s early light! What so proudly we hail… In the twilight’s last gleaming? Whose bright stripes and broad stars, In the perilous night… For the ramparts we watched, uh, da-da-da-da-da-daaaa… And the rocket’s red glare! Buncha bombs in the air! Gave proof to the night! That we still had our flag! Oh say does that flag banner wave, Over a-a-all that’s free! And the home of the land… And the land of the – FREE!
Press Release Combined into one, double-sized colossal issue, Nexus 101 and 102 will togetherÂ bring our series “Soap Opera” to its final conclusion.Â Publisher Steve Rude says, “Considering the inordinate expanse of time that has passed since the release of our last issue, fans expectations will be singularly high.Â Let’s see if Baron and Rude can deliver the final goods.” Both issues are done through color so the release is on schedule and on time!!
This past weekend, Steve Rude sent out an update on the status of his Nexus series. Nexus 101 is completed and Nexus 102 is awaiting a final script.Â Pencils are completed.Â Once the inks are completed the book will go into solicitation.Â At this point we anticipate being able to give all the solicitation information to Diamond in January which would be for March Previews and a May release date. It’s been forever since we read and reviewed Nexus 100, and now May can’t come fast enough. via Steve Rude
If you’ve been waiting for the 100 issue of Nexus, you’ll have to wait a little while later. Everything that could possibly go wrong with the production and publication of the long awaited Nexus 100 has. We announced 2 weeks ago that the print run was unacceptable and the printer, was reprinting the run. The 56-page Nexus 100 should now arrive in stores on February 27, 2008. via Steve Rude
Rude Dude Productions has announced Nexus 100 will be delayed. Instead of the original release date, Nexus 100 will arrive in January. The company says it is delaying the issue so it can ship three issues in a row without delay. It doesn’t say what happens in March when the three issues have shipped. To refresh your memories, in addition to the 23-page main story feature, Nexus 100 contains the first fully-painted Steve Rude art ever done for a comic story. “When She was Young,” Part II, an eleven-page Sundra Peale story that takes place at the beginning of Sundra’s
Dark Horse Comics has sent Major Spoilers the solicitation information and cover images for titles shipping in December 2007. Take the jump for the complete list that includes all the Indiana Jones you could want in one volume, Mike Mignola goodness, everyone’s favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer (and Faith too), lots of Conan, and Star Wars, Star Wars, Star Wars!
Or – “Further Proof That Tom Grice Is WRONG, Sir! WRONG!” Welcome to Bruce Otter Friday, the day where we do everything we can to steal away the disposable income of former comic fan, Bruce Otter! I’ve always said that no one’s opinion can really be incorrect, as opinion is merely the statement of the facts as you’ve experienced them. “I think that Actress X is attractive” is an opinion, with the only truly valid counter-statement being “I think Actress X is NOT attractive.” A common problem comes when people mistake the statement “I think Actress X is not attractive” as interchangable with the statement “Actress X is not
Steve Rude over at Rude Due Productions let us know that fans who missed out on the sold out Free Comic Book Day Nexus “Greatest Hits” issue, can order it in the latest Previews. The reprint is offered for a mere $1.99. And be on the lookout for Nexus: Space Opera, Act 1, due July 8th. I have an advanced copy, so look for the review here soon! via Rude Dude Productions
Hey Nexus fans! Steve Rude sent us an email to let us know he has a huge art sale going on right now with prices much lower than what you would expect from such a well known artist. This is all part of the effort to keep Rude Dude studios afloat until August. “We only have to make it until San Diego, “ said Steve’s wife, Jaynelle Rude. “Then the income from the books will start coming in, so this offer will definitely not last. If you have anything that you’ve had your eye on, now is definitely the time
Steve Rude and Rude Dude Productions announced Nexus 99: Space Opera Act 1 of 4 is on presale now and is scheduled to arrive in stores this July. We have a peek at some of those pages after the jump, and if you want to see more of Nexus 99: Space Opera Act 1 of 4, check out the back of the Nexus Free Comic Book Day issue due out May 5.
Steve Rude dropped Major Spoilers a quick email to let us know the new Rude Dude website has officially launched. Rude also announced retailers can get a free Steve Rude poster advertising Free Comic Book Day if they are one of the top 1000 who place orders for the FCBD Nexus issue. Top 10 retailers will also get a care package directly from the Rude Dude Crew. Everything seems to be in a multiple of 10, which just happens to be the number of years since the last Nexus issue was seen on stands. Take the jump to see the
Steve Rude let us know that his new book “Draw Nexus Tips and Techniques” is now available for pre-sale on his website. The book is filled with tips on figure construction, figure drawing, as well as how to draw heads and interiors. Also included in the 100 page book are model sheets on the entire cast. If you are a Nexus or Rude fan, the model sheets alone are worth the $24.95 price tag.