Elizabeth Breitweiser Archives

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Bleeding Cool reported on Allegiance Arts and Entertainment, a new comic book publisher created by Mitch Breitweiser and Elizabeth Breitweiser, with Arkansas businessman David Martin, crowdfunded to launch in Walmart With 30,000+ print runs for all four launch titles, including Red Rooster, and prominent pricey placing in the book section of the store Such a[...]
Sara cover
Spurred on by TKO's announcement that they'd donate half of any purchase made to a comic book store of the buyer's choosing, I bought two relatively safe bets: Goodnight Paradise by the Unknown Soldier team (Joshua Dysart and Alberto Ponticelli) and Sara, by Garth Ennis, Steve Epting, and Elizabeth Breitweiser After reading Sara, I discovered[...]
Batman #53 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Bruce believes they should not be the same, and that Gotham must accept that Batman is just a man. Batman #53 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser Batman #53 brings "Cold Days" home in the manner I hoped It presents a vulnerable and hurting Bruce Wayne opening himself up to people he doesn't know and the[...]
Batman #52 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Freeze. Batman #52 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser Batman #52 delivers a much-needed moment of self-awareness from the Caped Crusader While Tom King has delivered many moments of a vulnerable and reflective Bruce Wayne, it is nice to have another moment like this—and one where he tacitly admits to his own brutality. Following up Batman #50[...]
Batman #51 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Can the Caped Crusader be objective and fair about this, or is this just a chance to make sure Victor gets his jail time? Batman #51 cover by Lee Weeks and Elizabeth Breitweiser As is to be expected, Batman #51 is in part the fallout of #50 Bruce Wayne is in a dark place once again, and[...]
Kill or Be Killed #20 cover by Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser
He dies…or does he? Does he wake up? Does he continue his vigilante career? Does everything work out for him? Can everything work out for someone like Dylan? Kill or Be Killed #20 cover by Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser Kill or Be Killed ends with this issue As such, it reaches new peaks of metanarrative to[...]
Batman Annual #2
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman Annual #2 from DC Comics by Tom King, Lee Weeks, Michael Lark, Elizabeth Breitweiser, June Chung and Deron Bennett continues the trajectory that King and his many wonderful collaborators have taken the Dark Knight on: an emotional exploration of the heart of the Batman and the importance of his relationships with the world[...]
Paramount Network To Bring Image Comics Spy Series 'Velvet' To TV
With an opening on its inaugural programming schedule due to the cancellation of The Mist after one season, the Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV) is looking to Image Comics spy series Velvet as their very first original scripted drama. Kyle Killen (Awake, Lone Star) has been tapped to adapt the 15-issue comic book series, from the creative team[...]
John Wick Chapter 2 Poster By Cowan, Sienkiewicz And Breitweiser
This is an original movie poster illustration for John Wick Chapter 2 by Denys Cowan, inked by Bill Sienkiewicz and colored by Elizabeth Breitweiser  Cowan posted the image to his twitter account yesterday. This is an original movie poster illustration for John Wick Chapter 2 by Denys Cowan, inked by Bill Sienkiewicz and colored by Elizabeth Breitweiser[...]
Death Comes Ripping: Kill Or Be Killed TPB Review
"WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO ED BRUBAKER?!" I'm dropping the just released trade paperback of Kill or be Killed (With Art by Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser) and backing slowly away "I know I've been gone from comics for a little while, but surely he hasn't gone FULL MILLAR in my absence, has he?!" I'm shaking on the floor rocking[...]
Image Watch – Talking Outcast With Paul Azaceta
By David Dissanayake Outcast, the new Skybound/Image Comics horror series from Robert Kirkman, Paul Azaceta, and Elizabeth Breitweiser hit stands a couple weeks ago to almost universal acclaim.  A really well constructed neo-horror story of demons and possessions, Outcast is off to a very promising start with its double-sized first issue It is decidedly different from[...]
Outcast #1 Brings In New Kirkman Fans
Elizabeth Breitweiser's colors have a dark noir feel in places and the oranges and brown hues add nice color to the panels I am extremely happy with the overall look of this comic and can't wait to see what they have in store for us Together, these two will take this comic to places we[...]