Comic creators are turning to Kickstarter and other crowdfunding platforms in a post-COVID world. Here are three projects you might be interested in.
David Rubin Archives
Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt and David Rubin are launching a new graohic novel on Kickstarter, Cosmic Detetcive - and they brought playing cards.
Archaia, the only non-explosion-themed imprint of BOOM! Studios and the one most likely to publish an "artsy" comic, has announced a new graphic novel
Captain America #704 The worm turned again for Captain America this week, as the comic put forth a wrongheaded story about being afraid of literal aliens coming to steal away your freedom while unleashing chemical warfare against said aliens. Ether Copper Golems #2 cover by David Rubin 2 Ether Copper Golems #2 Ether Copper Golems disappointed me greatly[...]
Plus, Agrippa's lair lies within a volcano. Ether Copper Golems #2 cover by David Rubin Ether Copper Golems #2 is a downgrade from the opening issue Where the first comic was a relatable tale of a man who lost his family to his passion, this issue drops all painful subtext for a strange and anarchic romp across[...]
Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and David Rubin (Black Hammer) have a new series over at Dark Horse called Ether: Copper Golem, described as a fantasy adventure about a science-minded hero intent on keeping the balance between Earth and a magic world And we have an exclusive first look at the second issue of the series that is[...]
The Avengers were one of my first great loves in Marvel, and I want to see the team given a truly great book again. Ether Copper: Golems #1 cover by David Rubin 5 Ether Copper Golems #1 Another series starting off this week from the talented Matt Kindt and David Rubin, Ether Copper Golems brings back the sci-fi/fantasy series with Boone returning to[...]
Upon arriving on Ether, Boone sets up a team made up of allies both old and new for the mission. Ether: The Copper Golems #1 cover by David Rubin Ether: The Copper Golems #1 does an excellent job of introducing new readers to the concepts of the series I came into this one completely new, and I[...]
This takes her to Spiral Asylum, where many of the old villains have been locked up. Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil #1 cover by David Rubin Admittedly, I'm not too familiar with the Black Hammer story, but this comic does a good job of making that not a problem It's set up in the aftermath[...]
Dark Horse is to publish a new comic from Matt Kindt and David Rubín, Ether, a fantastical story about what happens when science and magic intersect.
The series is called The Fiction, and it's written by Curt Pires, with art by David Rubin It's been about a year since I sat down to read the first issue, and I remember how strongly I felt that the comic would fly off the shelves The presence of magical books excited me to no[...]
From Dark Horse Comics, written and illustrated by David Rubin, comes the continuation of his epic Heracles tale with The Hero Book 2 The book takes a postmodern look at the Twelve Labors and the champion's fateful doom The story delves deep into his life, revealing those who would wish him harm on his meteoric[...]
A quick but exciting run,The Fiction, from BOOM! Studios, written by Curt Pires, with art by David Rubin is about to release its final issue! For those of you who haven't had a chance to read the comic, the story centers around four childhood friends named Tsang, Tyler, Kassie, and Max They discover a box of strange[...]
From BOOM! Studios, written by Curt Pires, with art by David Rubin, The Fiction #2 gives the word danger a whole new meaning! Here's what we know so far…four childhood friends named Tsang, Tyler, Kassie, and Max discover a box of strange books, but not just any books These books have the power to transport[...]
I was lucky enough to get a chance to read an advance copy of The Fiction, from BOOM! Studios, written by Curt Pires, with art by David Rubin Obviously, I was insanely excited because when I found out the premise of the story, the fact that it involved magical books was enough to sign me[...]