Francesco Francavilla Archives

Heather Antos Now Promoted To Senior Editor At IDW
Heather Antos announced the promotion online, amending her Twitter bio to the new credit and then tweeting "New title, who dis?" Heather Antos, art by Michael Walsh. She received congratulations on her new role from the likes of comic creators, marketing, publisher, and journalists including Joe Glass, John Reppion, Jim Dandedeau, Jamal Igle, Chris Arrant, Geoff Thorne, Declan[...]
Scott Snyder Launches New Creator-Owned Line Through ComiXology
But the concept has legs and IGN have just run the news that Snyder and his Best Jackett Press is making his comiXology Originals debut, with eight new comics drawn by Rafael Albuquerque, Greg Capullo, Francesco Francavilla, Jamal Igle, Jock, Tula Lotay, Francis Manapul, and Dan Panosian. And rather than Image Comics, the books launching in[...]
Mondo Dropping New Francesco Francavilla Invisible Man Poster Tomorrow
Mondo will have a poster drop tomorrow, featuring Francesco Francavilla artwork for the Blumhouse remake of The Invisible Man There will be two different versions of the poster, one with a blue tint that is the regular release limited to 225 pieces for $50, and a second red-tinted version limited to just 100 pieces for[...]
Spider Man MIles Morales Spider-Verse Poster 1
Up for sale tomorrow will be three new posters: two Miles Morales by Phantom City Creative and one by favorite Francesco Francavilla featuring multiple Spiders from Spider-Geddon Those will be in extremely low numbers. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ SPIDER-MAN: MILES[...]
Mondo Marvel Studios Anniversary Captain America First Avenger by Francavilla
This first wave features posters by Becky Cloonan, Amien Juugo, Chris Koehler, Sara Deck, and Francesco Francavilla They will drop at a random time, so best bet if you want one os to sit on their website and hit F5 Check them all out below and good luck! #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width:[...]
Mondo Tomb Raider Poster
Tomb Raider opens in theaters tomorrow (with screenings starting tonight), and in honor of that Mondo has commissioned a new poster from artist extraordinaire Francesco Francavilla! No stranger to working together, the poster will be limited to 225 pieces and run you $55 It will go live some point during the day on Friday —[...]
AfterShock Launches New Anthology Comic, Shock, with Neil Gaiman, Marc Guggenheim, Jim Starlin, Charles Vess and More
Presented in the European Album format (same as the recent Animosity: the Rise hardcover for LCSD), this handsome hardcover features the creative talents of Bill Willingham, Marguerite Bennett, Mike Carey, Jim Starlin, Michael Zulli, Charles Vess, Michael Gaydos, Andy Clarke, Andrew Robinson, Sarah Delaine, Phil Hester, Paul Jenkins, Neil Gaiman, Dalibor Talajic, Travis Moore, Brian Azzarello, Francesco[...]
Fiction Armour: All Star Batman #9 Review
There is action, of course, but that's not the main focus: rather, the battle of wits and mastery of the theatrical. Lastly, the final part of the secondary story with by Francesco Francavilla, resolves the Riddler mystery with some interesting thinking, but also brings an intriguing new wrinkle to the ongoing saga of Duke I thought[...]
An Intriguing Twist On Batman – All Star Batman #8 Review
In this issue, Snyder twists it on its head, presenting each of these characters as outside agents trying to help Batman but his own psychology has turned them into enemies, each themed on a particular neurosis. The back-up story, with art by Francesco Francavilla, continues to explore Duke Thomas and his growing into a superhero, and[...]
Death Becomes Central City: The Spirit in The Corpse Makers #1
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Francesco Francavilla is no stranger to all things weird and horror His work on Afterlife With Archie is one of my favorite things in the world, and I am thrilled to see him take heed with a new Spirit comic. We open with a death in Central City A man is discovered dead by his[...]
17 Covers For KISS #1 Including Retailer Exclusives
These covers include the work of Jim Balant, Goni Montes, Francesco Francavilla, Kewber Baal, and Fernando Ruiz First up the three retailer covers: Twilite Zone Comics Glen Burnie, MD Cover by Sean Von Gorman Midtown Comics Downtown New York Cover by Jim Balent Black Cat Comics Salt Lake City, UT Cover by Mike McKone And the rest: Cover by Goni Montes: Cover by Goni Montes: Cover[...]
Francesco Francavilla Signs On To Write And Draw Will Eisner's The Spirit
Francesco Francavilla, creator of the Black Beetle, has signed on to write and draw a new series for Dynamite featuring Will Eisner's iconic maksed man in The Spirit: The Corpse-Makers This follows Matt Wagner's 12-issue run on the character and will kick off in 2017. A series of unexpected disappearances and deaths hit Central City Initially[...]
Francesco Francavilla Returns To Kara Böcek In Latest Black Beetle Story
Francesco Francavilla returns to The Black Beetle just in time to celebrate the acclaimed characters 10th anniversary The character made his debut on the forums in January of 2006 It was a 10 minute doodle. Three years later the artist decided to do a webcomic and posted a poll on his blog asking readers whether[...]
"It Was A Challenging Concept." – David Avallone Talks The Twilight Zone: The Shadow
Byron Brewer talks with writer David Avallone about the new series due out in April. Cover art by Francesco Francavilla. BYRON BREWER: Wow, David, Dynamite has done some weird mashups before (Alice Cooper and the Chaos crew, anyone?) But the Shadow in Rod Serling's world? DAVID AVALLONE: It was a challenging concept When Joseph Rybandt asked me to[...]
Francavilla Teases The Return Of The Black Beetle
Francesco Francavilla seems to have his character The Black Beetle running around his mind this holiday season The artist did his first drawing of the year and shared the process on Twitter with the following hashtags: #TheYearOfTheBeetle #BlackBeetleReturns #firstdrawingoftheyear and a link to the Black Beetle's own twitter page that had only been updated once[...]