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Here’s some news that will make some people really happy, and will make others really angry – Rat Queens is returning in March from writer and co-creator Kurtis J. Wiebe, and he’s bringing a new artist with him – Owen Gieni.
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! Honestly, Wednesday may be our favorite day of the week, because it means we get to check in again with our favorite characters and titles. There are so many options for you to choose from, and it can be intimidating. The staff at Major Spoilers has collected its list of books they are looking forward to this week to help you in your comic book selection.
Shadowline/Image Comics has announced that Tess Fowler will be taking over as the series artist of Rat Queens beginning with issue #11, and Tamra Bonvillain will join her at the series first colorist.
Press Release Bestselling writer Kurtis J. Wiebe (RAT QUEENS, PETER PANZERFAUST) and Johnnie Christmas (SHELTERED) team up for an all-new science fiction, psychological body horror series in PISCES, coming to Image Comics/Shadowline this April.
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.
Press Release The August releases of two bestselling Shadowline series written by Kurtis J. Wiebe, RAT QUEENS #8 and PETER PANZERFAUST #21, will feature covers by each other’s artists. Additionally, a special retailer incentive cover B diptych by Michael Avon Oeming will be available for both books.
Hannah, Violet, Dee, and Betty are pumped for battle and kicking butt like never before in this new installment of Rat Queens by Image Comics. After two earlier sellouts, the comic continues to impress. But how well will the Rat Queens handle a brush with death? Find out after the jump.
Press Release You’ve never seen high fantasy heroines like the Rat Queens before. Hannah the Rockabilly Elven Mage, Violet the Hipster Dwarven Fighter, Dee the Atheist Human Cleric, and Betty the Hippy Smidgen are foul-mouthed, gleefully blood-spattered, prone to fits of indiscriminate property damage, and often intoxicated. They’re the stars of the hit Image Comics/Shadowline comic book series RAT QUEENS, and they’re best f*cking mercenary team in all of Palisade. So why does someone want them dead? Wait, don’t answer that.