Ande Parks

Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 cover by Trevor Hairsine and Antonio Fabela

Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 Review: Poignant, Intense, and Compelling

Batman is ready to bring the Red Hood down for good.The ending is also bittersweet and comes with a nice twist.There is something of a back-up tale with the “full” Outlaws lineup (Red Hood, Arsenal, Starfire, Bizarro, Artemis, and Creeper), and it turns out to be a storybook being read by Ma Gunn.[caption id="attachment_899934" align="aligncenter"[...]

Batman Beyond #18 cover by Bernard Chang and Marcelo Maiolo

Batman Beyond #18 Late Review: Payback in Neo-Gotham

It started off as him being a rookie, but it has developed into his “thing.” This series has struggled to give him much more than that, but he’s still a likable lead.[caption id="attachment_825327" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman Beyond #18 art by Phil Hester, Ande Parks, and Michael Spicer[/caption]Phil Hester’s artwork has a gritty styling pleasingly similar[...]

Latest Humble Bundle Features Kevin Smith And Friends

Smith's fellow Green Arrow collaborators Phil Hester and Ande Parks expanded on his ten-issue saga with further Green Hornet and Kato projects Furthermore, projects like Cryptozoic Man -- created by Walt Flanagan and Bryan Johnson of Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men television show -- and the Sundance Film Festival movie tie-in Yoga Hosers one-shot (premiering as a[...]

Ande Parks Talks Seduction Of The Innocent

Bechko, writer of Vampirella/Aliens #5, talks with writer Ande Parks about Seduction of the Innocent #2, both in stores now Cover art by Francisco Francavilla.CORINNA S BECHKO: Ande, I’ve been really enjoying the book so far and can’t wait to see where it goes Part of the appeal for me is the setting[...]

Esteve Polls Shines On Seduction Of The Innocent

And the fact that Ande Parks script is excellent really pulls Seduction of the Innocent to the top of the to-read list. San Francisco, 1953 FBI Agent Thomas Jennings has just arrived in the city, fresh-faced and ready to tackle crime in the big city.. he thinks In fact, Jennings is not nearly prepared for what he's[...]

Parks And Polls Seduce With True Crime Tale

If you are a fan of the genre, you should be reading Seduction of the Innocent from Dynamite.Ande Parks is writing the hell out of this story We're only two issues in and already the character of Detective Jennings is a well established, fully-formed protagonist thrust into a big mystery with lots of moving parts[...]

Seduction Of The Innocent Is Dark, Gritty And Enthralling

So there is a certain amount of irony when Dynamite launches a new noir crime series by Ande Parks and Esteve Polls in the style of the old EC Comics and calls it Seduction of the Innocent.The book reads like classic noir fiction, the kind we see brought to the big screen in L.A[...]

EC-Style Crime / Horror Stories Return In Seduction Of The Innocent

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new series from Ande Parks and Esteve Polls called Seduction of the Innocent Planned for release in December, the story is being called a gritty and depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy and EC-era crime and horror comics. Set in the San Francisco of 1953, Seduction of the[...]

Ciudad's High-Octane Action Blows Readers Away, Just In Time For The Holidays

The hard part is now getting this girl out of the worst city on earth, Ciudad del Este.With Ande Parks on writing duties and Joe Russo and Anthony Russo helping Parks with the story, Ciudad from Oni Press definitely packs an incredibly talented creative team, making it worth your while However the star of the[...]

Writer's Commentary – Lone Ranger #25 By Ande Parks

The Lone Ranger #25 is the final issue in the series from Dynamite and writer Ande Parks gives us a page by page breakdown of the tale from his point of view and says he farewell to the Masked Man.PAGE ONE First, the date I set our series starting in 1870, based on the history of[...]

Reintroducing Chaos – Tim Seeley Talks

With the revival of the Chaos! Comics line kicking off this week for Dynamite, Ande Parks chatted with series writer Tim Seeley about where the project is going But first Ande had a confession to make.ANDE PARKS: Okay… I have to open with a confession I have not read the Chaos characters before That either[...]

Speed On A Train – Ande Parks Talks The Lone Ranger

As The Lone Ranger series from Dynamite hits issue #24, it seemed like a good time for Byron Brewer to check in with series writer Ande Parks to see what he has in store for the Masked Man and his companion Tonto.BYRON BREWER: So Ande, was this your attempt to put into comic book form[...]

Brandon Jerwa Talks Li'l Bionic Kids And Writing All-Ages Comics

so how did he end up on Li'l Bionic Kids? Ande Parks asks him...Ande Parks: I thought your Li'l Bionic Kids comic was really fantastic Charming and completely entertaining throughout I'm curious how it came to be Did you pitch this idea to Dynamite, or did they come to you?Brandon Jerwa: Thanks very much, pal[...]

A Savage Conversation – Chris Roberson Talks The Man Of Bronze

Roberson sits down with Ande Parks to talk about the new series and the artist they both have worked with.ANDE PARKS: First off, I see you are lucky enough to be working with Bilquis Evely She drew the Shadow Annual I got to write last year, and I was blown away What have you noticed[...]