Also with robots. Ray Fawkes and Alvaro Sarraseca launch Purgatori #1 following up on their Vampirella Vs Purgatori with 1:10, 1:11, 1:15, 1:16, 1:20, 1:25, 1:30. Batman: Secret Files: Peacekeeper-01 is up from DC alongside Batman #115, and the launch of DC Vs Zombies #1 in a massive James Tynion IV DC week… there's also Task[...]
evan dorkin Archives
Bill And Ted Are Doomed by Ed Solomon, Evan Dorkin, and Roger Langridge are published monthly by Dark Horse Comics before being collected. A couple of weeks after the Bill And Ted Face The Music came out, Dark Horse Comics published Bill and Ted Are Doomed, a comic book with a creative dream team –[...]
As Bill And Ted return with Face The Music – we are also seeing a comic book turn, a new Bill And Ted series written by Evan Dorkin, who created the Marvel series that was a real comic book highlight of the nineties, along with the movie co-creator snd writer Ed Solomon, and drawn by[...]
The Bill & Ted comics by Evan Dorkin – originally published by Marvel Comics, then Slave Labor and then Boom Studios – are one of those rarest of beasts, an adaptation that is as good as the original Merging the anarchy of Milk and Cheese with the pop-cultural deep dives of Pirate Corps, it took what was genuinely a better-than-it-ought-to-be series of Bill[...]
A Metal Men pitch by Evan Dorkin and Mike Allred, At the time Wizard Magazine reported "Look for DC's revamp train to pick up more passengers this summer, as the Metal Men return in a new series by Evan Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) and Mike Allred (X-Statix) Early word suggests that Dorkin and Allred will[...]
I feel more often then not though it's just way too much of a struggle for most to make a decent living doing comics. — Curt Pires (@CurtPires) August 26, 2019 Even in the faraway land of Subtweet, the voices of comic creators rang out in response to Rosenberg's theory, with Evan Dorkin tweeting: Creator tweets that he[...]
Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others' first issue from Dark Horse comics ended on a cliffhanger, where we were unsure of the father's fate at the hands of the crypt spirits. Writer Evan Dorkin (Blackwood) settles the matter rather quickly, beginning the second comic with dad resting on the ground surrounded by his children[...]
Evan Dorkin (Milk & Cheese) hits the ground running with a first page spread showing newspaper clippings of the unexplained massacres plaguing a small American town called Burden Hill. Sabina, a human girl, along with her father and brother Bean, have ventured into the woods of Burden Hill to investigate the causes behind the mysterious deaths. [...]
Beasts of Burden is returning with a new volume in May at Dark Horse Comics, from the creative team of Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson (for part one) The new installment will be called Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others and will be split into two parts, with the first hitting stores on May 1,[...]
Blackwood is under siege by Grace and her insect creatures. The student and faculty must make a final stand if the school is to survive. Is it a good read?
Murder has come to Blackwood, as a student has been killed in town, and a swarm of massive insects plague the campus. Is it a good read?
The Beasts of Burden are back. After a fire salamander is caught in a trap covered in runes, the dogs must investigate. Is it a good read?
The students of Blackwood just watched their dean pull one of their own into a well. Can the faculty help? Is it a good read?
A new class of students arrive at the mysterious Blackwood college to learn about the history, practices, and religion of pagan and wicca culture. Does it make for a good read?
Dark Horse announced a new Beasts of Burden series coming this summer, from the creative team of co-creator Evan Dorkin, artist Benjamin Dewey, and letterer Nate Piekos Beasts of Burden: Wise Dogs and Eldritch Men will be a four-issue mini-series, with Rafael Albuquerque providing a variant cover for issue #1 Here's the synopsis from the press[...]