Image Comics has announced Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are ready to spin a tale of ’30s era crime in Pulp, that is scheduled to arrive in May 2020.
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Events, and characters, begin to coalesce as Criminal #10 sets the stage for the robbery next issue. Private Eye Dan Farraday’s obsession with Jane has led him down a dark path of drink and poor choices. Ricky, after killing a security guard, spends his time brooding over his absent brother, Tracy. Jane, meanwhile, nurses her plan for riches and a chance to escape the life, and lies, she leads. And as for Teeg, well, he’s boozing and beating up on Ricky. Where do all these characters find themselves by issues’ end? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Criminal #10 from Image Comics.
Leo is ice while his best friend Ricky Lawless is fire-and as we soon discover, control and unpredictability together are a dangerous pairing. So, when Leo plans a heist of a local arcade Ricky tags along, but of course when there’s a lawless involved trouble soon follows. What happens when Ricky and Leo take down the arcade? Find out in a new Major Spoilers review!
While Teeg Lawless and his cronies plan their next score, Jane pulls a thread and finds Ricky Lawless lurking, in the shadows, with a .38. Who gets to pull the trigger? Find out in your Major Spoilers review of Criminal #8 from Image Comics.
It may be hard to believe Teeg Lawless’s son plays D&D, but Ricky Lawless is a many-layered teenager. After spoiling a session with his friends by remaining true to his character’s Chaotic Neutral nature, Ricky and his friend Leo spend a night on the town. What do they get up to? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
Teeg Lawless doesn’t hesitate when it comes to cracking open heads and bank safes. But when the siren call of a blonde bombshell sings out to him, can he escape the lure of love? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
The death of Teeg Lawless has long been heralded, and now it has finally arrived. What was the inciting incident that led to the death of one of the most brutal criminals going around? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Criminal #5!
Ricky Lawless has always been a man on the run. Now, methed to the eyeballs, can he outrun his demons? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Criminal #4!
For nearly two decades, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips have created some of the most acclaimed and hard-hitting crime comics in the medium’s history—and now they’re exposing the seedy underbelly of the comic book industry itself.
Jacob Kurtz is brought back to mind his old boss and legendary comic artist Hal Crane in the hours before Crane receives an award. Instead, Kurtz finds himself drawn back into his old criminal ways.
When former comic book illustrator Jacob receives a call from an old flame at an upcoming comic convention to act as minder for his old boss and comic legend Hal Crane, he has misgivings. Jacob agrees reluctantly, and his caution is rewarded with a series of events that remind him why Crane was such a hard ass to begin with. Then, Jacob is met with an offer we know he should refuse, but won’t…
Teeg Lawless is back on the road, searching for that perfect score when he discovers his best friend is dead, and his best friend’s ex-wife is in need of someone to warm her bed. And then things really get interesting.
I hope Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips never end their collaborative team-ups, as they make a wonderful team that cranks our fantastic stories. I think we’re going to see the duo together for a while as Image Comics has announced Criminal returns as a monthly series.
A few days ago, Image Comics announced the upcoming release of My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies from Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Today, the publisher has released the first look at the original graphic novel.