As we continue to celebrate the year of Jack Kirby, DC Comics has announced a new six-issue mini-series featuring Etrigan.
DC, if you’re reading (maybe you are, maybe you aren’t, and if you aren’t, why aren’t you?) you might want to get a hold of today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day artist, Jay Brant, and print a ba-million and a half of these on t-shirts.Â I bet you’d sell ’em all. “Gone, gone the form of man! Rise the Demon, Etrigan!” Other than the Green Lantern oath, there’s not anything in comics more fun to say out loud. Did anyone else love the Demon’s appearance in the Batman Animated Series?! Coolness! via Deviant Art
New images from the upcoming live action adapation of Blood: The Last Vampire have it the Intardwebz, and they look pretty good.Â Not sure how well the movie is going to capture the anime source material, but if it is even close to that feature, then we’re going to see something pretty awesome play out on the big screen. â€œBlood:The Last Vampire,â€ stars Gianna Jun as Saya, as a 400-year-old, half-vampire assassin on a covert mission in Vietnam-era Japan. Tasked with infiltrating a military school to discover the identity of a hidden demon, Saya has to find out which one
The Doom that Came to Robo So here we go with the second installment of the Shadow from Beyond Time story line.Â If you thought the first issue didnâ€™t have enough of the fighty-fighty, and the laughy-laughy, then youâ€™re going to be pleased as Punch (although without the murder and infanticide), as Robo and Charles Fort attempt to bring down the monster Lovecraft with a roadster and a couple of lightning guns.
IDW Publishing has announced it is bringing back Fallen Angel with Fallen Angel: Reborn.Â Even though the series features the adventures of a fallen angel, Joss Whedon’s Illyria (from Angel) is guest staring in a four-part series that kicks off in July. When last seen, the Fallen Angel experienced the closest sheâ€™s ever been to a happy ending. But as fans know, nothing comes easily for her, especially now that Illyria has entered the scene.Â The Reborn story is set during the fifth season of the â€œAngelâ€ television show, shortly after the former ancient demon, Illyria, has been severely depowered
Love is a bitch… After the last done in one issue of Army of Darkness, any hope of reading another one immediately following seemed low.Â Fortunately, Dynamite Entertainment delivers another self-contained issue that sees our boy Ash getting a little lovinâ€™.
Readers shocked by Chris Giarrusso’s departure from Mini-Marvels will be pleased to learn he’s expanding his unique take on superheroes in this May’s G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLY ! “Working Mini-Marvels was cool, but G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLYÂ is what I’ve been wanting to do for years,” Giarrusso said. “It’s the story I was wanting to write and draw the entire time doing Mini-Marvels so I’m happy those fans are psyched by the collection. G-MAN and company are going to be taking up all my attention for the foreseeable future and I aim to make the long-time
Top Cow has announced Josh Medors is providing the variant cover to The Darkness #76. â€œI had a great time working on this. Jackie has always been one of my favorite Top Cow characters, so to get a chance to work on a Darkness cover was amazing,â€ explained Medors, â€œI was a bit nervous going in to it, but the gang over at Top Cow was great.Â I think the finished piece turned out fantastic.â€
Studio 407 has announced a brand new horror anthology that features vampires, a planet of terror, and a town beset by demons.Â Shadow Chronicles arrives in January 2009, and is the company’s first anthology book.Â Studio 407 sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, that you can see after the jump.
Even with Dark Reign approaching, Marvel has a few more events up its sleeve – like the X-Infernus event for the X-Men.Â In order to get readers prepped for the event, Marvel is putting the X-Infernus Saga on the Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited website. When X-Infernus #1 hits on December 03, 2008, it not only gets a tale written by C.B. Cebulski, but covers by Oliver Coipel and a variant by J. Scott Campbell.Â Take the jump for a description of the series, and the two covers for the first issue.