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Dark Crisis Superman by Tom King and Chris Burnham
With Tom King and Chris Burnham working on Dark Crisis: Worlds Without A Justice League: Superman #1 While Brandon Thomas, Chuck Brown and Fico Ossio do the same in a back-up strip for Aquaman Poor Aquaman, has to share his main title with another Aquaman and si now relegated to a backup strip. Pariah The Great[...]
The Daily LITG, 11th February 2020 – Happy Birthday Chris Burnham
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Metal Sequel, 'Death Metal' To Be Announced by DC on Wednesday? "Death Note" Returns for a Special One-Shot Story – Read it Online for Free! Only One Barnes & Noble DC Exclusive Coming So Far, Batman Last Knight[...]
Robert Kirkman Orders All Copies of Next Week's Die!Die!Die! #3 Destroyed
Gimple, Chris Burnham, and Nathan Fairbairn, was Beyonce-dropped back in July with no warning whatsoever, so disorienting Bleeding Cool Rumourmonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston that he published eleven clickbait articles about it in a single day Johnston has continued to be confused about the series, reporting back in August that the third issue would be in stores[...]
Die!Die!Die! #1 cover by Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn
She is informed of the situation and must decide how to respond. Die!Die!Die! #1 cover by Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn I've chosen to not beat around the bush with the amount of disdain I hold for Die!Die!Die! That's half because it's two weeks old — and I'm just now getting around to covering it — and half[...]
The Mighty Thor
Much like the Norns, Aaron takes every single thread and weaves them together into an epic, large story that captures ever aspect of his incredible run on Thor. This is helped by a frankly incredible selection of artists on the issue, from Russell Dauterman, Olivier Coipel, Chris Burnham, James Harren, and Walter Simonson, among many, many[...]
Grant Morrison No Longer A Vegetarian, And More From The Graphic Content Podcast
The episode features Mike Marts from Aftershock Comics, Matt Wilson colourist on The Wicked + The Divine, Chris Burnham of Officer Downe, and Nameless, Donny Cates of Baby Teeth, Redneck and God Country, Matt Horak of Punisher, and Swamp Thing's Phil Hester You can listen to the whole thing below, but here are a few highlights[...]
SDCC '15: Chris Burnham On Being 'Targeted' By Grant Morrison
Artist Chris Burnham was entertainingly holding court at Artists Alley yesterday at San Diego Comic Con I asked him how he felt at being "targeted" by Grant Morrison, an entertaining choice of language used in Grant's interview in Entertainment Weekly which revealed he was the new EIC of Heavy Metal Magazine. Burnham, who has previously worked[...]
Ch-Ch-Changes – U For Uncanny
Between solicitation and publication, changes can take place in the make-up of a comic book… especially from Marvel and DC Comics. Well, today, here are two from Marvel. The first, that writer Dennis Culver will join the already solicited Chris Burnham on E Is For Extinction #2, part of Marvel's Secret Wars crossover event. And the second, that[...]
DC Ads On The Same Page As The Comics, Confirmed For Next Week
Looks like Chris Burnham got his DC comp copies of upcoming titles, including those ads running on the same page as the comic books that we'd talked about. And appropriately enough they're for Twix… Though Burnham is more concerned with the ad quallity rather than the placement and media buying… TO BE CLEAR, I'm more concerned about shitty[...]
Nick Pitarra's Valentine's Day Massacre — Nicky Poo (@NickPitarra) February 14, 2015 Luckily Chris Burnham was on hand to save Valentine's Day. ProFlowers just arrived! Next up: intercourse with @NickPitarra's flowerless girlfriend — Chris Burnham (@TheBurnham) February 15, 2015 So all's well that ends well… Valentine's Day The day when people send overpriced flowers to each other[...]
Sandman Meets Armageddon – Grant Morrison And Chris Burnham's Nameless #1
I've just read Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham's Nameless #1 And now I get to talk about it. I'm trying not to read it again right now I'm looking at the very recent memory of it out of the corner of my mental eye Good, it's not going away. We begin with our "nameless" lead jumping from occult-based[...]