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Image Comics August 2021 Full Solicits and Solicitations
But that's not the only long-running Image title reaching its conclusion in that month – so is Moonshine. Moonshine by the 100 Bullets team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso was a 12-issue series from 2016 that found new legs In 2019, it returned as an ongoing series from #13 and has continued since, in and[...]
Moonshine #10 cover by Eduardo Risso
Back in the prison, Lou and his compatriots struggle under the prison warden. Moonshine #10 cover by Eduardo Risso Admittedly, that may not be one of my best plot summaries, but, in my defense, this is my first time with Moonshine and the characters aren't often namedropped. My inexperience with a lot of the story aside, I did[...]
Eduardo Risso Takes Over From Jordi Bernet And Drags Torpedo Into The 1970s, Next Month
Some time later, he gets a Polish American sidekick called Rascal. Toth drew the first two stories in 1981 for the Spanish horror comics magazine Creepy but decided his sensibilities were different to Abulí and his darkly humorous view of mankind and frequent use of profanity. Jordi Bernet then drew the series, winning the 1986 Angoulême Best Foreign Album[...]
Dark Knight, Vertigo Style, By Paul Dini And Eduardo Risso
DC media partner The Hollywood Reporter reports that Paul Dini is writing an original graphic novel for Vertigo about a time when he was hospitalised after a vicious mugging on the street of Los Angeles in 1993. And it's also a Batman comic. Drawn by Eduardo Risso, Dark Night: A True Batman Story, is an autobiographical comic to join the[...]
Equality For All In All Walks Of Life – Catching Up On The Pride So Far
He's what Kal-el may have become if he'd landed on the West Coast, rather than corn-fed Kansas. Gavin Mitchell's art on the first two issues, while obviously an artist in development, reminds me at times of an unrefined Eduardo Risso (100 Bullets) which I hope he takes as the compliment it is menat to be and[...]
Paul Dini, Eduardo Risso, And A Batman Character – Saturday Trending Topics
Who could it be…?  Terra Zero has just interviewed Eduardo Risso at VIII FIQ (Festival Internacional de Quadrinhos) and he stated that both he and Paul Dini are working on a new Vertigo series. Most-Read Comics Stories Saturday: Paul Dini And Eduardo Risso To Create A Batman-Related Comic For Vertigo Terra Zero has just interviewed Eduardo Risso at[...]
Paul Dini And Eduardo Risso To Create A Batman-Related Comic For Vertigo
Terra Zero has just interviewed Eduardo Risso at VIII FIQ (Festival Internacional de Quadrinhos) and he stated that both he and Paul Dini are working on a new Vertigo series. And it will star a character from the Batman comics. Let's let Google Translate fill you in Or at least, scratch your head quizzically. Eduardo Risso and Paul[...]
Sandman, Solo And Grant Morrison's Animal Man Get Omnibuses
But they didn't tell us everything. Like the Animal Man Omnibus collecting Grant Morrison's 25 issue run, a modern masterpiece. Or Sandman beginning a run in the Omnibus format. How about Jeph Loeb, Ed McGuinness and Michael Turner's initial run on Batman/Superman getting the Absolute treatment? There's the Solo Omnibus with a legion of fantastic artistic names, their[...]
The Insult That Man A Man Out Of Moloch
Before Watchmen: Moloch #1 is out today from Joe Michael Straczynski and Eduardo Risso, telling the story of Watchmen's Moloch, from child freak to magician to mobster But it reminded me of something else… remember this?   Well, it's not too far from what happened to Moloch We start with an insult, though in this case, it's[...]
100 Bullets To Be Collected In Omnibus Volumes
It looks like Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's 100 Bullets is to be collected by DC Vertigo in omnibus-style volumes from October, the first weighing in at 608 pages. Not sure which issues will make up those numbers, there's about 27 issues worth there including the Winter's Edge piece, but it wouldn't take you through to[...]
Spaceman – The New Vertigo Book from Brian Azzarello And Eduardo Risso
They created 100 Bullets together, a book responsible for breaking out the possibilities of crime comics at Vertigo. We learned at NYCC that Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso would be working on new Vertigo book together But had no idea what it was. Well we do now. Jim Lee, Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Risso and Will Dennis attended Crack[...]