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Titans #23 cover by Brandon Peterson
Can the Titans save this new metahuman and the city? Titans #23 cover by Brandon Peterson The new Titans team gets a rocky start in this issue Nightwing and Miss Martian often clash on methods, and Beast Boy is still nervous about the new nature of his powers. This book seems to be aiming to be an example[...]
Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #41 cover by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey
The final note which concludes the comic is surprisingly ominous and has its own concerning implications. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #41 art by Brandon Peterson and Tomeu Morey Brandon Peterson takes over for this issue, and he brings the battle to brilliant life Every blow, every construct, and every energy blast are given weight[...]
Custom Delayed Art Of Witchblade 20th Ann Hardcover In Stores This Week
There are only 1,000 copies total and it will not be reprinted… though it will be available digitally. If you want a copy, you might want to call your local comic shop and reserve one now. Here are some preview pages from the book including the work of Michael Turner, Terry Dodson, Stjepan Sejic, Brandon Peterson and John Tyler[...]
From Strip To Script – Uncanny X-Men #295
What I'm going to do here is take a page, and do some of that stuff I was talking about up top. Since this is my first time doing this, I decided to go with the first comic I remember reading: Uncanny X-Men 295, by Terry Austin (inks), Chris Eliopoulos (letters), Scott Lobdell (script), Brandon Peterson[...]
NYCC Debut: Marvel Remastered – The Marvel Art of Brandon Peterson
This book will debut at NYCC, a full color oversized 48 page hardcover featuring the Marvel Comics artwork of Brandon Peterson collected over his long comics career, enhanced with touchups, outright redos and an explanation of his creative process. The book will cost $25, or $40 if bundled with a previous hardcover collection, Venus Overdrive. Booth: P1 [...]
HeroesCon – The Bits Most People Missed
but isn't getting them yet. Jeff Smith – Rasl will continue until it reaches some 400 pages (12-15 issues), after which, he'll start another project, as well as the intended sequel to his recent Shazam mini-series for DC. Brain Bendis – he's compiling a Fortune And Glory-style series based on his Marvel experiences.  His movies are still[...]