Browsing: Emma Kubert

Review inkblot #6 review 8.0
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Inkblot #6 Review

Can the Seeker’s magical trap contain the mysterious magical Cat that plagues her timeline? Find out in Inkblot #6 from Image Comics!

Review Inkblot #5 Review 5.0
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Inkblot #5 Review

The Seeker is determined to catch the Cat once and for all. But how do you catch a cat that can travel through time? Find out more in Inkblot #5 from Image Comics!

Review Inkblot #4 Review 7.7
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Inkblot #4 Review

In ancient Egypt, the Seeker’s brother Xenthos challenges the sphinx. Could there be any link to the mysterious demon cat the Seeker accidentally summoned? Find out in Inkblot #4 from Image Comics!

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[First Look] Foundlings

John Stanisci and Emma Kubert have teamed for Foundlings, a new dystopian young adult comic book series, that has just completed its initial Kickstarter funding. Take the jump for a look at the series.

Review Inkblot #3 Review 8.0
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Inkblot #3 Review

The cat slips through portals to the planes, messing with members of the Seeker’s illustrious family. Who is next in line for a little feline mayhem? Find out in Inkblot #3 from Image Comics!

Review Inkblot #2 Reivew 8.0
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Inkblot #2 Review

How much trouble can one small cat get into, or does it know something that we don’t? Find out in Inkblot #2, from Image Comics!

Review Inkblot #1 Review 9.0
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Inkblot #1 Review

What started out as a normal day working in the library changes completely after the arrival of a magical cat. How completely? Find out in Inkblot #1 from Image Comics!

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Image Comics announces Inkblot

Third-generation comic artist Emma Kubert partners with up-and-coming writer Rusty Gladd to deliver the epic high-fantasy adventure, Inkblot. The new ongoing series will launch from Image Comics this September.

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New Talent Showcase 2018 #1 Review

Breaking into comics is hard, and some publishers set up programs to help them uncover new talent. DC Comics, publisher of some of the greatest superheroes in the world, has such a program, and once a year they give space to the creators of tomorrow who made it.