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Howard Starl's Moment of Glory From Big Hero 6

Howard Chaykin's Moment of Glory From Big Hero 6 With Monark Starstalker

Monark Starstalker by Howard Chaykin.The one person he knows is his creator, Howard Chaykin himself - who celebrated his birthday yesterday.Monark Starstalker appeared in Marvel Premiere #32 in 1976, written and drawn by Howard After a brief appearance in Nova, years later he would accompany Wolverine in the second half of the mini-series Wolverine: The[...]

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The Daily LITG, 7th October 2019 – Happy Birthday, Howard Chaykin

Cartoon Museum, Wells St, London. Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo sign Batman: Damned, Graham Crackers Comics – Chicago Loop, Chicago, IL, noon till 2pm. Men's Mental Health Comic Group, Mind Matters Project, Volunteering Matters (Gwent), 1 Portland Buildings, Commercial Street, Pontypool 11am. Comic Artist Teaching Sessions, ComiCoffeeuk, Newport, Isle of Wight, 5.30-6.30pm. Joe Hill on[...]

The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001

The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history.Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]

Mark Millar's Next Comic/TV Show is Spa

Millar, Scalera, and Chaykin Make Space Bandits for Netflix with 75 Cent Variant

Netflix has announced the latest Millarworld comic book/film adaptation project, Space Bandits, by writer Mark Millar and artist Matteo Scalera, with a first issue variant cover by Howard Chaykin Millar describes the project as "a female Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid set in space with a massive and exciting cast of characters." Image Comics[...]


Captain America #702 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #702 Review: The Story Improves on the Previous Issue

This is partly due to the fact that, to us, that is exactly what Captain America is, so it’s an innately relatable idea.[caption id="attachment_849898" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #702 art by Rod Reis[/caption]Leonardo Romero continues to helm the art in this comic, with Rod Reis and Howard Chaykin taking over for flashback sequences[...]

Luc Besson's EuropaCorp Buys Rights To Howard Chaykin's American Flagg For TV Show

EuropaCorp has picked up the rights to American Flagg, the satirical comic book by Howard Chaykin.Luc Besson's production company will develop the property for a TV show, according to Deadline Chaykin will executive produce the project.Originally published by First Comics in 1983, other creators to work on the series include Lynn Varney, Steven Grant, J.M[...]

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Howard Chaykin Is Not Apologising At All For Divided States Of Hysteria

Whatever damage the reaction to the comic may have done to the reputation of Howard Chaykin, it has done wonders for its sales.The comic book continues to be a take on DC Comics' Suicide Squad, in which the Amanda Waller-figure getting a previous security threat wrong now has the death of three million New Yorkers,[...]


Howard Chaykin Responds To Controversy

We've been covering the controversy caused by Howard Chaykin's latest comic, The Divided States of Hysteria, extensively here at Bleeding Cool Not just the incredibly graphic cover to the comic's fourth issue, revealed recently as part of Image Comics' September solicits, and the intense backlash and upset that it caused, but also at the start[...]

Image Comics Staff To Attend Trans 101 Webinar And Take Cultural Competency Training

Grace Ellis, Shae Beagle and Laurenn McCubbin, creative team of the upcoming Moonstruck comic book for Image Comics have posted a critical response to their publisher's handling of two recent controversies regarding the Howard Chaykin comic book Divided States Of Hysteria.But it's not all words They make a number of pledges to try and make[...]

Image Comics, Howard Chaykin Issue Apology, Pull Cover For Divided States Of Hysteria #4

 The cover originally meant for Divided States Of Hysteria #6 will now be used on Divided States Of Hysteria #4. Image Comics and Howard Chaykin would like to apologize over the distress caused by the cover to THE DIVIDED STATES OF HYSTERIA #4 It’s neither Howard’s nor Image’s intention to inflict pain on anyone already dealing with intolerance[...]

A Tale Of Two Covers: Black #3 And Divided States Of Hysteria #4

Bleeding Cool has written extensively about the controversy surrounding Howard Chaykin's Divided States Of Hysteria over the past few weeks The book first came under fire in early June for an interior scene depicting the violent beating of a trans sex worker Then, to close out the month, the book became embroiled in controversy again for[...]

Image Creators Speak Out About Howard Chaykin's Divided States Of Hysteria

Image Comics has yet to comment on the controversy ignited today over the cover to issue #4 of Howard Chaykin's The Divided States Of Hysteria The graphic cover (view here on Image's website), which shows a brown-skinned man with his genitals mutilated and a racial slur on his shirt hanging by a noose, has been[...]



"Conversation" Sparked By Second Print Of 'Divided States Of Hysteria'

In a tweet and press release entitled "CHAYKIN’S THE DIVIDED STATES OF HYSTERIA SPARKS INDUSTRY CONVERSATION", Image Comics responded to the controversy raised last week surrounding Howard Chaykin's The Divided States of Hysteria.The use of "conversation" seems a little trite in this instance — while the comic certainly got people talking, it was pretty much all about the[...]

Howard Chaykin And The Trans Image: Obsession With A Theme

We've discussed, seemingly at length, about the controversy surrounding Howard Chaykin's latest work, the Image Comics release The Divided States of Hysteria; its inclusion of graphic trans panic violence, released on the first week of Pride Month and even with the option of a Pride Month variant cover, and Image Comics lack of response or[...]


A Week In Transphobia In Comics

Early in the week, in fact pretty much kicking it off, came news that Drawn & Quarterly had cancelled a book, Sadbøi, by artist Berliac due to a historic transphobic essay and comments that were brought to light.Now, on new comic day of the first full week of Pride Month, Image Comics released Howard Chaykin's[...]