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Vault Comics Teases Two For 2022
But do we know what they are? The first has Tim Seeley, Aaron Campbell and Jim Terry named as creators. Vault Comics Teases Two New For 2022   Well, that's easy West Of Sundown as featured on Bleeding Cool a couple of weeks ago as part of the Vault March 2022 solicits and solicitations. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float:[...]
Hellblazer's Si Spurrer & Aaron Campbell Create Suicide Squad: Blaze
Si Spurrier and Aaron Campbell worked on the cancelled-before-its-time John Constantine: Hellblazer comic book series a couple of years ago Now DC Comics has given Den of Geek the news of a new Suicide Squad series from the pair, that recreates some of the horror of that run Though maybe with slightly less William Blake[...]
Andy Diggle & Aaron Campbell's Uncanny Changes Name To Weaver
In 2013, Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell launched a new comic book through Dynamite Entertainment called Uncanny A crime/super powers comic book series about a fellow called Weaver. Weaver is unique, or so he thinks Born with an uncanny ability, he can steal other people's skills – their memories, abilities, and expertise – for a limited[...]
Hellblazer and Si Spurrier On Quoting Boris Johnson
This week saw the release of the penultimate issue of Hellblazer #11 by Si Spurrier, Aaron Campbell and Jordie Bellaire And it also features in passing, The Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, better known as Boris. Both in person and be allusion. Si Spurrier On Quoting Prime Minister Boris[...]
Don't Forget Ram V's Graphic Novel, Blue In Green, On FOC Today
That's Aaron Campbell, Anand RK, Declan Shalvey, Elsa Charettier, Evan Cagle, Matt Griffin, Jorge Fornes and Khary Randolph Here's a look… Blue In Green cover gallery – art by Aaron Campbell Blue In Green cover gallery – art by Khary Randolph Art by Declan Shalvey Blue In Green cover gallery – art by Elsa Charretier Blue In Green cover gallery[...]
John Constantine Vs Racist Ghosts in Hellblazer #6 (Spoilers)
But Aaron Campbell also does a damn fine job of reflecting the likes of Dave McKean, Arthur Ranson and more, making this look even more of a concentration of classic British Hellblazer than we've ever had It's full of politics, and healthcare, and people, and racism, and power and hate, and the dreams and perceptions[...]
Infidel #5 cover by Aaron Campbell
Medina knows she must get out of the building with the Misbaha if Aisha is going to survive the night, but the entities of the building will do anything to stop her, and Tom isn't in his right mind any longer. Infidel #5 cover by Aaron Campbell Infidel #5 brings the miniseries to a very bittersweet ending[...]
Top and Bottom 5 Comics of June 20th, 2018: Spider-Man Genuinely Goes Down Swinging
That's worth something on its own. Infidel #4 cover by Aaron Campbell 4 Infidel #4 Infidel continued its streak of unnerving and disturbing this week with a well-handled lead character shift as well as further creature feature and genuine emotional engagement thanks to Pornsak Pichetshote and Aaron Campbell Days of Hate #6 cover by Danijel Zezelj 5[...]
Infidel #4 cover by Aaron Campbell
Reynolds and Ethan stumble across a man who knew Arthur Quinn, and, having seen the entities in the apartment building too, Ethan agrees to return to the apartment with Medina in the hopes of finding an item that could save Aisha. Infidel #4 cover by Aaron Campbell Aisha is a fantastic character, so her well-being genuinely has[...]
Infidel #3 cover by Aaron Campbell, Alina Urosov, and Jose Villarrubia
The Grace, Ethan, and Reynolds meet up to talk about this and share their own thoughts. Infidel #3 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia Infidel shifts its attention away from Aisha in this issue, focusing more on Medina and the rest of their friends Whether Aisha will recover is something Infidel manages to keep up in[...]
Infidel #2 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia
Aisha worries that this will frighten Leslie or Kris, but what if the visions are real? Infidel #2 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia Infidel follows up the subtle social horror of its first issue with an unending nightmare of grotesque ghouls and specters crawling out of every page capitalizing on the anxieties of Aisha and[...]
comic book wins losses 3-14-18
Thankfully, the fun returns in this book, and we get to see an army of Green Lanterns challenging the Zod family, brought to life by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey's incredible work. Infidel #1 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia Win: Infidel #1 Achieves Beautiful Social Horror Pornsak Pichetshote made his writing debut this past week with Infidel #1. It's a tense[...]
Infidel #1 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia
What if it's something more? Infidel #1 cover by Aaron Campbell and Jose Villarrubia What makes for good horror comic? How do you, when you're still a visual medium, scare an audience who has direct control of the pacing of your story? Infidel #1, and other successful horror tales, use outright disturbing imagery that can unnerve a reader[...]
Writer's Commentary – James Robinson Talks Felix Leiter #3
Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary, this one from James Robinson on James Bond: Felix Leiter #3 which hits stores today. Cover by Mike Perkins and interiors by Aaron Campbell. As I lie here, prone, at ease, recalling my thought process for writing this issue, let me start by saying my mind is not the[...]