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Angouleme Grand Prix Results Announced Today, Live
We'll be cheering for Stephen Appleby's Dragman. Other translated-from-English titles of note include The Invisible Kingdom by G Willow Wilson and Christian Ward, Mauretania by Chris Reynolds, the Complete Parker by the late Darwyn Cooke, Middlewest by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona and Rusty Brown by Chris Ware. SÉLECTION OFFICIELLE – Aldobrando – Gipi & Critone (Casterman) – Anaïs Nin sur la[...]
Invisible Kingdom
Willow Wilson and Christian Ward will be concluding their Invisible Kingdom for Dark Horse Comics/Berger Books, not through the individual issues that have seen the previous arc published, but as an original graphic novel, the third volume of the series, to be published in May 2021 Oh, and they are even using a Bleeding Cool[...]
Thought Bubble Festival Announces Details Of November's Digital Show
Links to Thought Bubble's fundraising efforts will be shared closer to the time.   Guests and events announced today include an 'In Conversation' event featuring influential cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco who will be interviewed by journalist Ian Dunt, as well as appearances from the likes of Kelly Sue DeConnick, Scott Snyder, Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad, Joëlle[...]
One More Notch: The Fourth Power & Others [Reviews]
When I think about Sera And The Royal Stars for longer, I think of it more as a family story, since Sera riding out on her own to save her family from a curse does drive the plot. Tommy Gun Wizards issue one by Christian Ward, Sami Kivelä, Dee Cunniffee, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou: Al Capone versus[...]
Tommy Gun Wizards
Tommy Gun Wizards, the new series from Christian Ward and Sami Kivelä published by Dark Horse is going to Final Order Cut-Off today This is Christian Ward's first comic as writer, and Dark Horse Comics – who will be making the first two issues fully refundable. Christian is also colouring the comic with Dee Cunniffe, lettered[...]
'Invisible Kingdom' One of the Most Unique Sci-Fi Comics Since 'Saga' (REVIEW)
Christian Ward's art is boldly evocative, each panel populated with a cast of characters and locations that transport you effortlessly into the story. And what a story! It's still too early to tell where Invisible Kingdom is going, but I haven't had this kind of reaction to a sci-fi comic since the first issue of Saga[...]
Thor #1 cover by Mike del Mundo
That's not even the most egregious case of this happening. Thor #1 art by Mike del Mundo [user_id] Mike del Mundo portrays the first story while Christian Ward takes the second Both do fine work Their painted and ethereal style does an excellent job of giving the comic this storybook mythology quality, which fits the God of Thunder's[...]
Black Bolt #12 cover by Christian Ward
The two decide to go help "Old Wishbone," using Lockjaw to get there. Black Bolt #12 cover by Christian Ward Black Bolt #12 marks the end of Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward's acclaimed Inhuman series It ends on a warm note, as Black Bolt's friends and family unite to save him from the sadistic Jailer It remains[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18
This one should be interesting. Black Bolt #12 cover by Christian Ward Black Bolt #12 Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward's beloved Black Bolt series comes to an end with his former queen, Medusa, finally coming to save him from demons both interior and exterior Friends and family also return to save the Midnight King[...]
Black Bolt #9 cover by Christian Ward
Unfortunately, some otherwise welcome people may ruin the procession. Black Bolt #9 cover by Christian Ward This is one of the most heartfelt comics I've read in quite some time, and it is centered around how great one of Marvel's greatest and one of my personal favorite villains. Seeing Black Bolt, Blinky, Titania, the Wrecking Crew, and others[...]
Black Bolt #8
Black Bolt #8 is a great jumping-on point from Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward, and if it has, how has this book passed you by? Today marks the release of both this and the collection (Hard Time) of issues one through six, and hopefully this issue will make you go back and buy that if[...]
black bolt
It does manage to keep tension with its premise though, and that keeps it from being completely without conflict. Christian Ward's art style is very unique It's fairly ethereal in nature, but it also manages to be very detailed He plays with color in a very pleasing fashion too This comic is a lot of blues[...]