Alex Paknadel


Lords of Empyre: Swordsman #1 Review: The Villains Side

Lords of Empyre: Swordsman #1 Review: The Villain's Side

Alex Paknadel, who also wrote Celestial Messiah, returns for this Swordsman one-shot that feels very much like a prequel to his first story.[caption id="attachment_1256002" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Lords of Empyre Swordsman #1 cover Credit: Marvel[/caption]Take a dash of Swamp Thing's identity crisis from Alan Moore's run, a bit of Game of Thrones royal lineage anxiety, and throw it into the[...]

Lords of Empyre: Celestial Messiah #1 Review: The Villains Side

Lords of Empyre: Celestial Messiah #1 Review: The Villain's Side

Credit: Marvel[/caption]Alex Paknadel writes Lords of Empyre: Celestial Messiah, which sees Quoi go through a trial before the events of Empyre His trial is hijacked telepathically by his mother Mantis, who reaches out to him in attempted to get through to him She shows him his history through her own perspective, and their interaction does more[...]

Giga A Cross Between Neon Genesis Evangelion and Knives Out

Giga, A Cross Between Neon Genesis Evangelion and Knives Out

Last year, Bleeding Cool ran the news that White Noise writer Alex Paknadel and John Lê had a new comic book coming out called GIGĀ Today that became much more official with The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reporting the news somehow They also interview the creators and running preview artwork More than just the screencap we[...]


The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019 in Full

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019, in Full

He has the only access to sell-through data for publishers and marketing directly to comic book fans. White Noise Studios (New Entry) this London-based collective of writers, Dan Watters, Ram V, Alex Paknadel and Ryan O'Sullivan have creator-owned books at Vault and Image and are burning their way across the mainstream books as well, Dan[...]

Turn Coat A New Sci-Fi / Detective Series From Paknadel &#038 Trakhanov

Turn Coat, A New Sci-Fi / Detective Series From Paknadel & Trakhanov

Written by Alex Paknadel (Arcadia) and drawn by Artyom Trakhanov (Undertow), the series combines elements of science fiction and detective genres into an exploration of power vacuums and the legacy of oppression.Paknadel & Trakhanov’s Turncoat #1 (of 4) Writer: Alex Paknadel Artist: Artyom Trakhanov300 years since humanity was brutally subjugated by the alien race known simply as[...]

Arcadia #1 Provides Us With An Unsettling Look Into A Possible Future

Arcadia #1 Provides Us With An Unsettling Look Into A Possible Future

BOOM! Studios has been bringing new creators to the table for a long time now, and they’ve done it again with writer, Alex Paknadel and artist, Eric Scott Pfeiffer Their new book Arcadia follows the plotline that 99% of humankind is wiped out by a pandemic Out of those people, four billion are saved by[...]

Orbital In Conversation &#8211 Live From London Super Comic Con With 2000AD Valiant And Friends

Orbital In Conversation – Live From London Super Comic Con With 2000AD, Valiant, And Friends!

By Chris Thompson[audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/OiCPodcastEpisode127.mp3]Following on from last week’s tribute to my good friend Herb Trimpe (which you can still listen to here), this time I’m back with a series of interviews recorded *live* in the inaugural Podcast Alley at the recent London Super Comic Con.First up, Alex Paknadel chats about his new series Arcadia from Boom![...]

Do You Need A Body To Be A Person &#8211 Arcadia Is New From Boom Studios

Do You Need A Body To Be A Person? – Arcadia Is New From Boom! Studios

Alex Paknadel and Eric Scott Pfeiffer's new comic series Arcadia asks the question: If your mind was inside a computer, would you still be a person? During a global pandemic that wipes out 99% of humanity, four billion people are saved by being digitized and uploaded to the cyber-utopia Arcadia. But when the energy resources for both[...]