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Stjepan Sejic

artArt Appreciation Moment of the DayDCStjepan Sejic

This week, we took at look at Sunstone Volume 1 from Stjepan Sejic on the Major Spoilers Podcast. While I love the art in the book, most of it is something I can’t show you without getting a ton of flack from those who can’t handle the nude form, and only visit this site when there is chance they might see a boob so they can complain. Instead, here’s a sketch of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy that Sejic shared on one of his Deviant Art pages.

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FeaturedMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcastStjepan SejicTop Cow

This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: It’s a love story with BDSM themes! This week we take a look at Sunstone volume 1, Gotham Academy and Lumberjanes crossover, Gutter Magic #3, Heroes: Godsend #1, the Batman v Superman Dr. Pepper comic book, and House of Cards Season 4. Plus we ponder the question, “The Far Side or Calvin and Hobbes?” Save 10% on a new subscription to Loot Crate by going to www.lootcrate.com/Spoilers and using the code Spoilers

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Sneak PeekStjepan SejicTop Cow

Top Cow was kind enough to send us a 22-page preview of Switch #1, which is only half of the first issue that arrives in October.

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Image ComicsSolicitationsStjepan SejicTop CowWitchblade

Image Comics has announced it is bringing Stjepan Sejic’s Switch from the web to print in October.

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Image ComicsPress ReleaseSolicitationsStjepan Sejic

Press Release Image Comics/Shadowline’s New York Times bestselling high fantasy series RAT QUEENS written by Kurtis J. Wiebe will welcome a new artist: Stjepan Sejic of the #1 Amazon bestseller SUNSTONE for issues 9-11.

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Press Release A webcomic sensation and #1 bestseller on Amazon, with tens of millions of views on DeviantArt, SUNSTONE by Stjepan Sejic is being published as a graphic novel in December by Image Comics/Top Cow. The story of two women who find love through their shared passion for bondage, SUNSTONE is poised to introduce readers to a new kind of S&M story, one that will surprise readers with the heart and humanity of its story.

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Top Cow sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Ravine Volume 2 by Stjepan Sejic, that you can check out, after the jump.

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Image ComicsSneak PeekStjepan Sejic

A new series kicks off this week from Image Comics, and we have your first look at Death Vigil #1, after the jump.

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Art Appreciation Moment of the DayBatmanDCStjepan Sejic

Remember Bunny Girl? I sure do, and though I haven’t read Batman in forever, I often wonder what she was all about. The same idea has crossed Stjepan Sejic’s mind, too. Known for his work on Witchblade, it’s interesting to see his style applied to Batman.

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FeaturedImage ComicsReviewRon MarzStjepan SejicTop CowWitchblade

When the star of said comic, Sara Pezzini, wielder of the Witchblade, shows up in her own comic as a guest star only, it might not end well. Can her partner, and lover Detective Patrick Gleason hold this comic up all by himself? Or will the lack of a buxom, gauntlet wielding female doom this the title to become Witch-bland? Take the jump and find out.

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artArt Appreciation Moment of the DayIron ManStjepan SejicThorTop Cow

For some reason I’m on a Marvel kick this week, and I happened across this piece by Top Cow artist Stjepan Sejic.

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ReprintRon MarzStjepan SejicTop CowWitchblade

Top Cow Entertainment has announced Witchblade #116 has sold out and is going back to press. It’s been a while since the title has sold out, and it looks like the creative team of Ron Marz and Stjepan Sejic are the reason. “We knew that the re-pairing of the First Born team of Marz and Sejic was going to make people stand up and take notice, but we were incredibly elated to see how quickly retailers and fans supported this new era of Witchblade,” added Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik. “Even with a healthy overprint, issue #116 was an almost

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