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Cliff Chiang, Writing, Drawing, Colouring, Lettering New DC Black Label Comic

The Image Comics panels celebrating the recently-concluded series Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang, may not have meant to make news for DC Comics. I'm sure that's the last thing moderator, and publisher of Image Comics, Eric Stephenson had on his mind. But you never know where the conversation will go. Anyway, […]

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Image Comics Gives Us A Peek Into The Creative Process At NYCC

Rosilyne Bean wrote from New York Comic Con 2017: Today, Image Comics closed NYCC with a panel entitled Image Comics: The Future of Storytelling. David Brothers (Branding Manager at Image Comics) hosted the panel, and was joined by Marjorie Liu (Monstress), Cliff Chiang (Paper Girls), Kyle Higgins (Hadrian's Wall), Nikki Ryan (The Family Trade), Andrew […]

Separated At Birth: Cliff Chiang's #DCMetal Variant And Heavy Metal (The Movie)?

Scott Snyder revealed a Cliff Chiang variant cover for Dark Nights: Metal, Snyder's super-mega-crossover event with Greg Capullo from DC Comics. A favorite variant for #DCMetal #1 by pal @cliffchiang – #1 comes out out August 16. — Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835) August 4, 2017 Prompting one follower to ask: This is an homage to […]

Gail Simone Dislikes New 52 Wonder Woman Origin

Legendary Batgirl, Secret Six, Birds of Prey, and Wonder Woman writer Gail Simone took to Twitter today in discussion about the New 52 and film origins for Wonder Woman. It began with another Twitter user discussing their dislike that the New 52 introduced Zeus into the origin story of the Amazon Princess. Ms. Simone replied […]

Brian K. Vaughan On Runaways, Y: The Last Man, And Saga Adaptations?!

The ultimate goal of any comic book creator is to have their work adapted for television or movies. For Eisner Award winning writer Brian K. Vaughan, his comic work has been so good that he himself has been adapted to Hollywood, writing for hit TV shows LOST, a series about unanswered questions and unsatisfying endings, and Under The […]

Did We Just Learn More About Wonder Woman's Origins Than Intended?

A brand new Wonder Woman trailer is upon us, titled Origins. However, has this maybe revealed more about the DCEU's Wonder Woman origins than intended? Beware, this article contains speculation that may turn out to be spoilers for the Wonder Woman film. Let's check out the trailer again: The line which jumps out to me […]

UN Takes Wonder Woman's Job Because of How She Dresses

By Joe Glass After just two months, Wonder Woman has lost her position at the UN as an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls. And frankly, that is an utter shame. What seem to be the main reasons for those protesting, petitioning and ultimately seeing the fictional character removed from the position […]

USPS To Issue Wonder Woman Stamps This October

Like Batman, to celebrate her 75th anniversary Wonder Woman is getting a set of stamps from the U.S. Postal Service. The new Forever stamps will be issued on Oct. 7th, but will be unveiled at SDCC on Saturday. The sheet will consist of 20 stamps depicting Wonder Woman's appearance over four different eras: the Golden […]

Paper Girls – An Apple A Day Keeps The Nightmares Away?

Paper Girls begins with a dream. One that combines science and religion, female empowerment and slavery, the potential of great things and the threat of the bad that may drag them down. Oh and the Challenger explosion played out on an astronaut helmet that resembled nothing as much as it does the Robots from Saga. […]

Eva Green, Sean Bean Rumored As Wonder Woman Villains

Wonder Woman's rogues gallery isn't that strong. There's Ares, of course, Circe — who headlined the singled best episode of Justice League Unlimited — and Cheetah, who's notable because she was on Superfriends. Did any of them make it on to the 1970s TV show? In any event, it's probably not crazy to think that […]

Brian K Vaughan And Cliff Chiang's Paper Girls Announced At Image Expo

Brian K Vaughan and Cliff Chiang's Paper Girls, just announced at Image Expo. Four 12-year old newspaper delivery girls, on the day after Hallowe'en when something strange happen. Matt Wilson on colors. Ongoing series. Get the details on the full Image Expo announcements right here.

A Comic Show – Carnage Has To Punish Harley!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom, I'm back with a fifth week of October comics! This week is full of fun with laugh out loud highlights like Harley Quinn's Run 'N Smell Spectacular and Axis Carnage. At DC week have a week of annuals, Swamp Thing with and ending […]

Scott Snyder And Jock's Wytches #1 Gets Exclusive Visits From Cliff Chiang, Becky Cloonan, Francesco Francavilla, Dustin Nguyen, Sean Murphy And Bill Sienkiewicz

On October 8, Image Comics will publish the first issue of the new series Wytches by Scott Snyder and Jock. You might have expected there would be variant covers to launch the series. And there are. And lots of retailers will be getting their own exclusive cover from Cliff Chiang, Becky Cloonan, Francesco Francavilla, Dustin Nguyen, Sean Murphy and Bill Sienkiewicz. […]