Danijel Zezelj


Days of Hate #7 Review: Clarity Problems Dont Undermind the High Quality

Days of Hate #7 Review: Clarity Problems Don't Undermind the High Quality

Arvid begins having terrible nightmares.[caption id="attachment_909617" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #7 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]Days of Hate #7 begins the second half of the maxiseries and returns to the slow-burn nature of the title Some things have changed such as the new relationship between Xing and Freeman Focus is put on Arvid once again,[...]

Days of Hate #6 Review: Love in a Time of Hate

Days of Hate #6 Review: Love in a Time of Hate

Arvid worries about his family’s wellbeing.[caption id="attachment_868558" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #6 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]Days of Hate continues to absorb with its characters and unnerving allegory on where the United States may very well be headed soon.A lot more of the story elements finally begin to gel as the series goes on[...]

Days of Hate #5 Review: A Story in Three Concurrent Parts

Days of Hate #5 Review: A Story in Three Concurrent Parts

Meanwhile, Xing seems to be having second thoughts, and she talks to her mother to help calm her mind.[caption id="attachment_855900" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #5 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]Days of Hate #3 presents itself in a unique manner which The stories of Amanda, Freeman, and Xing run concurrently throughout the comic, each page being[...]

Days of Hate #4 Review: Beginning to Loose its Edge

Days of Hate #4 Review: Beginning to Loose its Edge

Freeman throws many additional veiled threats to Xing and her family.[caption id="attachment_838556" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #4 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]Days of Hate #4 continues this series’ odd tendency to meander forward while maintaining the atmosphere that the world could all collapse around these characters in a split second.Perhaps this is reality seeping into[...]

Days of Hate #3 Review: When Muddling the Narrative is a Great Idea

Days of Hate #3 Review: When Muddling the Narrative is a Great Idea

The country is still looking for Amanda, and Xing may just be able to give it to them.[caption id="attachment_817578" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #3 cover by Danijel Zezelj and Tom Muller[/caption]Days of Hate #3 muddles the already foggy narrative with a reminder that no one is perfect, and everyone has their hang-ups.This goes beyond[...]

Days of Hate #2 Review: A Bleak and Visceral Political Drama

Days of Hate #2 Review: A Bleak and Visceral Political Drama

The investigating agent, Freeman, is eager to get the job done.[caption id="attachment_804808" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #2 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]While still leaning heavily into the political allegory, Days of Hate #2 takes a step back to let us get to know the main agents in this drama We get more casual interaction between[...]

Days of Hate #1 Review: The Consequences of America First

Days of Hate #1 Review: The Consequences of America First

Later, one of the two, named Amanda, goes undercover into an “All-American Diner.”Elsewhere, a woman is picked up by national security investigators.[caption id="attachment_777760" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #1 cover by Danijel Zezelj[/caption]Ales Kot is out to make a statement with Days of Hate The opening page labels this first chapter as “America First” and[...]

What Twitter Has To Say About Brian Wood &amp Danijel Zezeljs Starve

What Twitter Has To Say About Brian Wood & Danijel Zezelj's Starve

Written by, Brian Wood, with art by Danijel Zezelj, Starve is set in a world where chefs are practically royalty, and access to them is the ultimate status symbol Chef Gavin Cruikshank, back from self-imposed exile, finds his little foodie television program "Starve" transformed into a gonzo arena sport where chefs slice and dice rare and endangered[...]


Images Starve &#8211 A Comic To Satisfy Foodies

Image's Starve – A Comic To Satisfy Foodies

Creative team, Brian Wood (Star Wars, DMZ, The Massive,) Danijel Zezelj (Northlanders, Loveless), & Dave Stewart (The Walking Dead, Star Wars) are cooking up a world where chefs are practically royalty, and they’re calling it Starve.The story will focus on Chef Gavin Cruikshank, who has returned from forced exile, but things at his TV show[...]