Dark Horse Comics has announced the newest series from its Berger Book imprint will be She Could Fly by Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo.
Writer W. Maxwell Prince is teaming with artist Martín Morazzo for Ice Cream Man, a series of one-shots arriving this January.
PRESS RELEASE: Art history comes face-to-face with madness in the brand-new series from IDW this October, The Electric Sublime! Journey through iconic artwork that has defined genres and generations in a story that quite literally takes you behind the scenes, and offers a reading experience wholly unique to comics. This is comic books, imitating art, imitating life.
Bestselling writer Joe Harris (The X-Files) and artist Martín Morazzo (Vertigo Quarterly), creators of GREAT PACIFIC, reunite for an all-new ongoing science-fiction series set in the year 2045—where it no longer snows.
I often hear comics fans say that they’ve read every tale there is to tell. I take it upon myself to point out situations or storylines I haven’t seen in my time as a reader, and one of my very favorites is Great Pacific from Image Comics. This title is both a science-fiction epic and a coming-of-age story, following the adventures of protagonist Chas Worthington as he claims the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a region in the Pacific Ocean where plastic particulates and debris collect and accumulate, as a new sovereign nation, while also confronting his family legacy and the
Image Comics released a giant sneak peek of the titles that are scheduled to land at your local comic shop this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Bounce #6, Bushido #4, Clone #11, Great Pacific #11, Pretty Deadly #1, Rat Queens #2, Satellite Sam #4, Sex Criminals #2, and Velvet #1.
Chas Worthington III, a modern-day Sam Houston, has begun to explore his new garbage island and, beyond his measurements of depth and density he’s come across the last thing he expected to find on the Great Pacific Gyre: People. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.