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Eternals: Gemma Chan Says Kevin Feige Wanted Her Back in the MCU
While promoting her latest indie film Bliss, the actress talked to Variety about how a friend got her acclimated and caught up to the MCU upon learning of her casting as Ajak, the leader of the superpowered group, and the awkwardness of accepting the role before reading the script. Editorial credit: Tinseltown / How Salma Hayek[...]
Juggernaut #1 Review:
With Bliss #4, writer Sean Lewis and artist Caitlin Yarsky continue their story about man versus gods that is, at its core, about man versus himself After three poetic, beautifully illustrated issues that shake at the pillars of what comics as a medium can be, this fourth issue takes this saga of drugs, murder, corruption, and rot to[...]
Lonely Receiver #2 Review:
Bliss #3 continues Sean Lewis and Caitlin Yarksy's tale of a man who sells his soul to the devil… or, rather, three devils… in order to save his sick son's life Are we going to get a Breaking Bad-esque "I did it for me" moment here, or will Benton have a come-to-God moment as his son tells his story[...]
40 Seconds #1
Bliss #1 introduced a simple concept with poetic execution: a son testifies in a trial for his father He became a murderer after making a deal with a demonic Demi-God to save his boy The first issue, which reunited the Coyotes team of writer Sean Lewis and artist Caitlin Yarsky which created a world that felt part gritty,[...]
Bliss #1 Review: A Comic Starring Lin-Manuel Miranda!?
The Coyotes team of writer Sean Lewis and artist Caitlin Yarsky reunite for a new comic over at Image, the surrealist Bliss This new eight-issue series, which examines the morality of a murderer who committed his crimes in order to save his sick son, debuted last week with its first issue. Coyotes was as beautifully drawn as it was unique, but[...]
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Sean Lewis and Caitlin Yarsky, who last worked together on Coyotes, have re-teamed for a new two-arc dark urban fantasy comic called Bliss, launching from Image Comics in June. "I grew up seeing people getting addicted to things: drugs, success, sex… it always seemed to be about forgetting deeper pains," said Lewis "I spent some of[...]