It’s the question that has been asked again, and again, and again since the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – How did C-3PO get his red arm? The answer, dear reader, will be found in the pages of Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1. Marvel sent us an early, unlettered, sneak peek of the issue, that you can see, after the jump.
Way back in the dark ages of 2015, we were teased with a Marvel comic that promised to tell us how C-3PO got his red arm in Star Wars; The Force Awakens. Maybe because it was of spoiler reasons, or maybe it was a delay from one of the creators, or maybe it was simply because there were too many Star Wars comics on the market, but we never got that issue. Now Marvel tells us Star Wars Special: C-3PO will finally arrive in March!
[Solicitations] How did C-3PO get his red arm? Marvel is gonna tell you in Star Wars Special: C-3PO #1
This December, experience a very special one-shot: an exciting new chapter in the Star Wars saga! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce STAR WARS SPECIAL: C-3P0 #1, launching as part of Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens! Reuniting acclaimed & award-winning creators James Robinson and Tony Harris for the first time in nearly two decades, follow everyone’s favorite protocol droid on a solo adventure leading up to his appearance in Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
This week Rodrigo is out of town, which gives Matthew and Stephen a chance to take another look at Starman. In this new, third volume, Starman’s hometown of Opal City is terrorized by Dr. Pip, an eccentric bomber. And with no demands from the mad villain, both Starman and the local authorities are unable to track him down. Also in this volume, Starman teams up with Batman to save the life of reformed villain Solomon Grundy, and readers learn the history of Starman’s enigmatic mentor, The Shade. As always, the Major Spoilers Podcast is nothing without comments from great readers
Press Release IDW Publishing and Desperado are proud to debut the new Desperado imprint in March with the launch of Tony Harris: Art and Skulduggery. The fifth installment of Desperado’s Eisner Award-winning art books series, this oversized hardcover edition offers a complete retrospective of Tony Harris’s career, celebrating his twenty years in comics. A special edition of Tony Harris: Art and Skulduggery will also be available, signed by Harris and numbered to 500.
Tonight on the Major Spoilers Podcast (recorded on Tuesday, available on Wednesday), we’ll be drawing for the winner of the Major Spoilers Dark Knight Strikes Back statue, inspired by Frank Miller’s work on DK2.Â Take the jump to see all the entrants.
Image Comics has announced Mark Millar and Tony Harris will be spanning the globe next couple of weeks, stopping at comic shops to sign copies of their sold out War Heroes series.Â And by spanning the globe, I mean England and the U.S. and by next couple of weeks I mean August 9 – 23, 2008. “The reaction Tony and I have received for WAR HEROES from fans and retailers alike has been phenomenal so we arranged this tour to say ‘thank you’ to as many of them as possible,” Millar said. “In fact, these trips may be the only
Check out this sweet Sandman poster DC is releasing at the San Diego Comic-Con.Â Featuring characters from the Neil Gaiman series, and drawn by Jill Thompson, Tony Harris, Steve Leialoha, Mike Allred, Bryan Talbot, and about 25 other artists. Take the jump for the full image and a Who’s Who.
Mark Millar and Tony Harris have already announced their latest collaboration War Heroes, but all previews of the issue have come in the form of black and white pencil work. Fans of Harris’ work will get a chance to see the the art in color come April 30th when Wizard #200 Platinum arrives in stores. “Thus far we’ve been pretty coy with the art by only showing my pencils,” Harris said. “But WIZARD #200 PLATINUM will be the first place to see the art fully fleshed out, including Cliff Rathburn’s inks and colorist JD Mettler’s gorgeous palette. I think the
In a world destroyed by terrorism, only the War Heroes can save the day. Or so is the premise behind Image Comics latest series deploying this June from Mark Millar and Tony Harris. “WAR HEROES is everything I’ve been leading up to with CIVIL WAR, ULTIMATES, THE AUTHORITY, KICK ASS and WANTED,” said Millar. “In a way, it’s the culmination of superhero concepts I’ve thus far only dreamed about, brought to fruition due to Tony’s artwork beautiful line work and the unique creative freedom Image Comics provides. Consider this our ULTIMATES 3.” War Heroes #1 will sell for $2.99. via