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SDCC '15: Concrete Park Returns To Dark Horse With A New Superhero Named After Jack Kirby
Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander are bringing Concrete Park back to Dark Horse Presents, and this time, their award-winning graphic novel series features an immortal hero with a very familiar-sounding name. To be called "The Legend of Kurtzberg", the story will feature an immortal Jewish hero named after Jack Kurtzburg, or Jack Kirby, and serialized in[...]
Wondercon '15 – The Writers Journey – 'Finish What You Start'
Joining Easton was Tony Puryear (Concrete Park, the film Eraser), Erika Alexander (Concrete Park, Living Single), Marc Zicree (science-fiction author, Space Command), and Hannibal Tabu (Soulfire, Watson & Holmes). Easton started the hour appropriately enough with comparing breaking into the industry to be like a war zone and that having reliable intel was the key to[...]
Concrete Park's Last Two Issues Stealth-Cancelled, Will Appear In The Trade Paperback
Concrete Park is a sci-fi comic book series by Tony Puryear and Erica Alexander and published by Dark Horse, first in the Dark Horse Presents anthology, then as its own series-of-series The first collection is on the shelves now and issue 3 of the second series just came out. Earth's outcasts, exiled to a distant desert planet and forgotten,[...]
Orbiting Around Southern Bastards, Original Sin, Moon Knight, Concrete Park, God Hates Astronauts And More
[audio:] Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to Episode 164 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we batter up with Southern Bastards #4, offer atonement with Original Sin #8, turn up the bass with Moon Knight #5, lay the groundwork with Concrete Park #1, get filled with venomous[...]
The Return Of Concrete Park By Tony Puryear And Erika Alexander
Concrete Park returns next month from Dark Horse and we've got a preview of the series here Tony Puryear and Erika Alexander kick off the second volume on September 3rd. A troubled young outcast from Earth awakens on a distant desert planet that's gripped by gang war Will the exiles of Scare City destroy each other[...]
"Black People Don't See Themselves In The Future"
Because, as Tony quoted him, "black people don't like science fiction – they don't see themselves in the future." Tony pointed out the irony, after both of them working on Will Smith and Denzel Washington sci-fi projects, but that the Dark Horse Comics series Concrete Park was a direct result of that conversation… The Dark Horse[...]