Press Release Barry Duffield was a young boy growing up in Australia when he fell in love with all things cinematic. It led him to a successful career as an actor, as well as a screenwriter, and now he’s also the author of his first graphic novel.
Did you know that DC Comics writer Sterling Gates once wrote a musical? Find out more after the jump!
Last week’s Major Spoilers POW (Poll of the Week) featured two teen wolves fighting each other to the death. The winner was the van surfing, beer drinking, basketball playing Scott Howard from Teen Wolf. This week, we’re continuing the wolf fighting as last week’s champion takes on a newcomer. FIGHT!
There are comics scheduled to arrive on December 24, and Image has a couple you’ll want to check out.Â Take the jump for a sneak peek of Invincible #57, the Parade (with Fireworks) trade paperback, Savage #3, and The Walking Dead Omnibus Volume 2.
Press Release 11 December 2008 (Berkeley, CA) – Image Comicsâ€™ Shadowline is proud to announce two of their newest and most diverse debuts, SAVAGE and I HATE GALLANT GIRL, have completely sold-out at a distribution level. “Shadowline’s steadfast commitment to diversity is what drives the entire imprint,” Shadowline Publisher Jim Valentino said. “Having two completely different titles reach a similar success simultaneously is a very important occasion for us and one we hope drives readers to future issues of these wonderful books.” SAVAGE teams horror master Steve Niles with celebrated painted artist Mike Mayhew along with Dan Wickline and Jeff
IDW Publishing has announced a new werewolf mini-series to be written and illustrated by 30 Days of Night Ben Templesmith.Â Â Â Welcome to Hoxford tells the tale of Raymond Delgado, an inmate at the Hoxford Correctional Facility and Mental Institution.Â Strange things are afoot when Dr. Jessica Ainley can’t get access to her patients and begins to dive deeper into the goings on at the institution. â€œItâ€™s odd,â€ said Templesmith. â€œBut the whole reason this book exists is because my work has been banned from a few prisons. Iâ€™m told itâ€™s among the darkest work Iâ€™ve ever done, and I donâ€™t
Check out this awesome looking cover from the upcoming Image Comics Shadowline imprint Savage written by Steve Niles and Dan Wickline.Â Mike Mayhew provides the art for the horror title that arrives in October. “As a kid, I was always more drawn to horror comics, but I’ve never had the opportunity return to that as an adult,” said Mayhew. “SAVAGE is my chance to take everything I loved so much about the genre and run with it. The story Steve conceived with Dan hits every note I was hungry to hit and despite this being Jeff Frank’s debut, he knocks