Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD) and Marvel today announced that the “Deadpool & The Merc$ for Money #1” with variant cover by Greg Horn ComicConBox™ will be available in the February box just in time for Deadpool’s big screen debut.
Press Release Marvel Comics and Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD) today revealed the latest edition of its 2014 series of exclusive variant covers of the best Marvel titles with the unveiling of Wolverine #1, drawn by prolific cover artist Greg Horn. VIP attendees at the inaugural Wizard World Sacramento Comic Con, March 7-9 at the Sacramento Convention Center, will receive a free copy of the limited-edition book at registration. The exclusive will be limited to 3,000 copies.
I know you have been dying to see the cover to Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s comic book that is being produced by Wizard World as part of the build up to his appearance at Wizard World Chicago. Your wait is over, we have the cover, and its by Greg Horn.
With the mutterings of a Native American curse, chaos breaks out. With the Civil War in full tilt, only the lowest of the low can quell the situation and bring the mining town Brimstone, to order. But does this Horror/Spaghetti Western have what it takes to ride high in the saddle? Or is it a green horn that’s been turned into lunchmeat?
Zenescope Entertainment sent Major Spoilers the two covers to the upcoming Brimstone #1. According to Zenescope PR, the series is a change of pace for the company.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced that Greg Horn is joining the short list of artists who have provided art for the company’s Green Hornet series. Horn will provide the cover art for Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet beginning with issue #8. “It is great to be back with old friends at Dynamite Entertainment, especially now that I am working on projects like Green Hornet,” says cover artist Greg Horn. “It’s always refreshing to collaborate with people who are really open to new ideas, and I plan to try out all my latest concepts and techniques throughout Dynamite’s comic books!” Take the jump
There are a lot of issues that are selling out lately, meaning a) publishers are running fewer then normal print runs, or b) there is an increase in the number of readers.Â The latest sell out issue comes from Zenescope Entertainment, who dropped off a press release to let us know Salem’s Daughter #0 sold out through Diamond. Salem’s Daughter is described by Zenescope as Buffy meets X-Files set in a stylistic version of 19th century America. The story follows lead character Anna Williams, a beautiful descendant of a lineage of witches, who is just beginning to realize her own
It’s a big week for Top Cow. The publisher has four titles hitting stores on December 4, 2008.Â The company has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Jingle Belle: Santa Claus vs. Frankenstein, the Darkness #8, Broken Trinity: Witchblade, and Zero-G #3 from Spacedog Entertainment.
Top Cow has announced Greg Horn is lending his artistic talent to the upcoming Jingle Belle: Santa Claus vs. Frankenstein one-shot written by fan favorite Paul Dini.Â If you are used to seeing Stephanie Gladden’s traditional interpretation of Belle, get ready for a bit of a head twist with Horn.
Top Cow has announced that Paul Dini’s Dinicartoons has found a new home at Top Cow.Â Featuring Dini’s popular Jingle Belle, the first one-shot arrives in November, featuring Santa Claus taking on Frankenstein. The Dinicartoons cast of characters includes: Little Rashy and Superrica the sock monkeys; Polly Green the Halloween witch; Ida Red, the spunky Texas cowgirl; Tashi Ounce, the snow leopard girl; and Hyper Hyena theâ€¦ well, the name says it all. â€œSome Dinicartoons books will feature already known characters like Jingle Belle and Sheriff Ida Red,â€ said Dini. â€œOthers will be completely new creations.â€
Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in November 2008.Â While Witchblade and The Darkness are always high on the list, this month features Paul Dini’s Jingle Belle, which is the top pick for me.
Press Release August 19, 2008 – Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and 30 Days of Night co-creator/artist Ben Templesmith are the most recent additions to the ever-swelling guest list for the 2009 Emerald City ComiCon, the premier comic book and pop culture convention in the Pacific Northwest.
If you haven’t guessed, Marvel is in the midst of a huge company wide story featuring those wrinkled chin baddies – the Skrulls. Yeah, duh… If you are eager to snag up every single issue, Marvel has sent the cover images of the upcoming tie-in issues for you to check out and possibly drool over.Â All of the issues ship between now and August 13, 2008. Personally, I don’t have the time or money to buy every single tie-in, but I’m thinking of giving that Greg Horn, Ms. Marvel issue a chance.