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Image Reveals Jamie McKelvie's Variant for Ludocrats #1

Image Reveals Jamie McKelvie's Variant for Ludocrats #1

Image Comics has revealed Jamie McKelvie's variant cover for April's Ludocrats #1 in a press release totally ripping off our satirical comic book news style, complete with fake quotes from McKelvie and writer Kieron Gillen. Hitting stores on April Fools Day, Ludocrats is a five-issue miniseries by Gillen, Jim Rossignol, Jeff Stokely, and Tamra Bonvillain […]

Jamie McKelvie Has A Sense Of Decorum

I was just talking about this over in Thank FOC For Friday. Jamie McKelvie drawing an FOC variant cover for the launch of Decorum #1. Just like Boom's Alienated got. McKelvie is clearly the place discerning creators go for FOC covers – also in the knowledge that McKelvie may suffer actual pain when drawing them […]

Something New from Jamie McKelvie and Colin Wilson from Image Comics in 2020

Something New from Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson from Image Comics in 2020

Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson have just concluded their artistic run on The Wicked + The Divine. But what comes next? Well, here's a teaser for… something new from the both of them from Image Comics for 2020. Something cosmic, something space-based, something with a female lead? These are just assumptions… …the link is to […]

The Look Of Doc Shaner's Strange Adventures is Both Wicked and Divine

Is it me or do I see the influence of Jamie McKelvie on the following images from Evan "Doc" Shaner promoting his upcoming Strange Adventures comic book with Tom King and Mitch Gerads, coming from DC Comics in 2020? McKelvie's work, especially with Kieron Gillen on Phonogram, Young Avengers and The Wicked + The Divine, […]

The Spoiler Bell Tolls For Woden, But The Following Silence Is Worse

The Spoiler Bell Tolls For Woden, But The Following Silence Is Worse

In the writer's notes for The Wicked + The Divine #42, Kieron Gillen describes a moment in the issue as a fist-pumping moment. He's right. One of Chekov's guns finally goes off, and Ananke (though mind controlling Woden's Valkyries) kills Woden. The team executes the violence well. Woden's faceplate is cracked, punctured and broken into […]

Wicked + Divine #37 cover by Jamie McKelvie

The Wicked + The Divine #37 Review: Just Messing with Me Now

We see the failed attempts at the ritual from years past. In the present, Persephone touches base with Baphomet, and the two try to discern what to do about the apparently returned Ananke, Baal, Woden, and the living heads. Before they can get very far, Morrigan reemerges and attacks Persephone. Morrigan and Baphomet then fight. […]

The Wicked + The Divine #36 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson

The Wicked + The Divine #36 Advance Review: Too Cute for Its Own Good

We see the history of Ananke/Minerva's stealing of god heads throughout time, and, in the present, Persephone comes to terms with the Baal's revelations. This issue leaves me feeling a bit dumb, because this week on my Comics for Your Pull Box entry (up yesterday, read it here), I slavishly endorsed Wicked + Divine as […]

Wicked + Divine #35 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson

Wicked + Divine #35 Review: Goes by Too Quickly but Great Nonetheless

We get a bloody scene from 1923 focusing on Ananke and Minerva, and it ends with the latter performing some kind of ritual. In the present, Woden confronts Minerva about her mischief with Ananke. Minerva talks her way out of execution, and she contacts Persephone and the Norns, whom have escaped Woden's base with the […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of April 4th, 2018: New Series Galore!

It's time for that time-honored tradition of a doofy guy with pretensions of being an expert on the subject telling you what comics you should look for at your comic shop this week. That's right, it's time to figure out what comics should go in your pull box on April 4th, 2018. For the full […]

Wicked + Divine #34 cover by Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson

The Wicked + The Divine #34 Review: A Great First Half and OK Second Half

We travel back 6,000 years to figure out how it all started; a final meeting between two sisters takes place with one killing the other upon its conclusion. In the present, Persephone and Cassandra are still trapped in the cage with Woden's beheaded son. The Wicked + The Divine #34 struggles a little in the […]

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David Mack Directs New Dashboard Confessional Music Video 'We Fight'

Comic book artist David Mack, creator of Kabuki and co-creator of deaf Marvel superhero Echo with Joe Quesada, has become the latest comic artist to make the foray into music videos. Creating the promo video for Dashboard Confessional's latest single, We Fight, Mack lends his signature artistic style to the video, which you can see […]

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The Wicked + The Divine #33 Review: A Stunning, Game-Changing Issue

The Wicked + The Divine #33 from Image Comics by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson, Clayton Cowles, and Dee Cunniffe is going to be a tough one to review without spoilers, but I'm going to try. What I will say is that this issue is a game changer. And damned if I don't admit […]


The Wicked + The Divine #31 Review: Bringing The Beauty In The Breakdown

The Wicked + The Divine #31 is a game changer. This issue has the next big events that really change the direction for the series, and it brings some shockers, believe you me. What's especially wonderful here is these shockers are delivered incredibly beautifully in the issue. Jamie McKelvie is really bringing his A-game this […]


The Wicked + The Divine #29 Review: Darkness In The Aftermath

The Wicked + The Divine #29 marks the series return and start of what series creators Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, and Matthew Wilson refer to as Imperial Phase II. Gillen has repeated used the metaphor of a double album, with this second part being that second album that vastly accelerates the story. You should probably […]

Writer's Commentary – Kieron Gillen Talks James Bond Service

A Writer's Commentary: Kieron Gillen on James Bond Service Special, on sale from Dynamite. Cover by Jamie McKelvie and interiors by Antonio Fuso. This was an interesting project. Nick and I have been talking about doing something together for the best part of a decade, and the stars have never aligned. When he suggested a Bond […]