Twilight.Â Twilight, Twilight, Twilight.Â Stephanie Meyer.Â Vampires. Now that we have the link baiting out of the way (hello Twilight fans), here’s a bit of news that will excite all of those that are finding this article thanks to our mad SEO skillz – Twilight author Stephanie Meyer will be featured in the October issue of Bluewater Productions’ Female Force. “We chose Stephenie Meyer to be one of the subjects for Female Force because her voice is one for a new generation. Now people will find out the history of how she created this series, as well as her life
Press Release The Eisner-nominated major debut by cartoonist Brandon Graham, KING CITY, finally continues in an ongoing series presented in the deluxe, oversized format courtesy of TOKYOPOP and Image Comics! “Continuing KING CITY has been a long time coming and I’m thrilled that TOKYOPOP and Image Comics are bringing it back in the best way possible,” Graham said. “We’re doing it as thirty-two page monthly issues, the first six issues remastering the original series along with as much cool new work as I can fit, in a format akin to Image’s VIKING. Starting with issue 7, the series will consist
Studio 407 has announced a distribution deal with Argentina’s Altercomics to release four of Altercomics titles in North America.Â The four titles picked up by Studio 407 are The Spark, Jailed, Primordial Man and Fictionauts.Â The first book released will be The Spark graphic novel by Martin Renard and Nahuel Sagarnaga Cozman. “We are very pleased that Studio-407 has chosen our stories and demonstrated so much interest in publishing them.” Explains Matias, publisher at Altercomics. “We feel more like a part of their family now and we hope that all the US readers can enjoy these books as much as
With the sudden death of Al Simmons in the pages of Spawn #185, Todd McFarlane and Whilce Portacio are taking the series in a new direction – or giving us one heck of a swerve.Â Regardless, the issue sold out as did issue #186, which hit stores last week. While reprints are on the way, Image Comics is taking Spawn online to MySpace, allowing fans to read issue #185 in its entirety. â€œTodd McFarlane Productions is excited to be partnering with Myspace Comics to bring the fans Spawn #185,” McFarlane said. “Myspace Comics is the wave of the new generation.
Bluewater Productions has announced it has reached an agreement with the Price family to use the famous actor’s likeness and name in a new monthly series called Vincent Price Presents. The ongoing series will feature Price in various roles throughout the stories. Victoria Price explains the motivation behind the collaboration: â€œIâ€™m really touched and excited about the series because it will help energize my fatherâ€™s legacy for a new generation. Weâ€™re planning a big celebration for his 100th birthday in 2010, and this comic series fits into those plans perfectly.â€
Before picking up Skaar: Son of Hulk #1, in stores today, you can read the events of Planet Hulk and World War Hulk for free. No, I’m not suggesting you hang around your LCS all day reading stuff for free, messing up the racks, and bending the precious, precious covers. Instead, I’m suggesting you head over to MDCU – that’s Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited – and red Hulk Saga online. Did I mention it is free? The Hulk has been smashing his way through the Marvel Universe for years, but its time for a new generation to rise up. The
The children of X-Men are being introduced to the Marvel Universe, but who are they? â€œI think people are going to get a kick out of this new generation of X-Men that Chris and Patrick Scherberger have created,â€ said Senior Editor Mark Paniccia. â€œTheyâ€™re students expected to carry on the legacy of their forefathers and foremothers, but theyâ€™re also kids with aspirations of their own. Whatâ€™s life like for a mutant in a world where most of the original X-Men are long gone? The story plays to Chrisâ€™s strengths in character development and Patrickâ€™s art has an energy that makes