With Dan Slott’s departure from the Amazing Spider-Man beginning with issue #801, a new creative team, and an all-new direction are planned for everyone’s favorite wall-crawler beginning in July.
Last month, DC Entertainment shared information about the March polybag variant event running through the Batman and Superman titles. Today, the publisher sent us two more variant covers to share with you.
Press Release Image Comics and Skybound are excited to announce that the first issue of MANIFEST DESTINY, the new ongoing series by Chris Dingess (writer TV’s Being Human) and Matthew Roberts (Battlepope), will receive a special variant cover (SEP138206) by INVINCIBLE artist Ryan Ottley.
Ryan Ottley’s work on Invincible is known to be both breath-takingly good while being some of the bloodiest in comics. Today, however, we are spot-lighting work Ottley has done in his spare time and it seems he has a thing for giant monsters.
The Greatest Superhero Comic in the Universe hits its milestone 100th issue, and things don’t look too good for Mark Grayson! Major Spoilers reviews Invincible #100 and lets you know if it lived up to the hype!
At the NY and Boston comic book conventions, artist Ryan Ottley was busy working on commissions. He recently updated his website with a selection of pieces from the show, and I got a real kick out of his Invincible/Hulk/Superman piece.
I really enjoy looking at Ryan Ottley’s work, but I will say this about the artist – he likes his action bloody. At least that is what we are getting in today’s art installment with Ottley showing off the cover to Invincible #77.