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Jim Zub On Being Fired Off Birds Of Prey Before His First Issue
DC Comics then arranged an interview with CBR to run that would announce the new writer on the book as Jim Zubkavich with #18, then best known for his comic book Skullkickers Something Jim was really happy about. Birds Of Prey #18 that Jim Zub would have written. But on the 13th of January 2013, in another[...]
Obscure Comics: Spider-Man: Homecoming Part 3, Morning Rush & Jim Zub
Jim Zub, the writer of the two-part comic, first mentioned his work on it on Twitter, June 8th, 2017. I wrote the SPIDER-MAN:HOMECOMING digital comic available in @PostCereals boxes!Art @Andrea_Di_Vito @SotoColorLetters @JoeSabino pic.twitter.com/cfvYBsF7lg — Jim Zub (@JimZub) June 8, 2017 Obscure Comics: Spider-Man: Homecoming: Morning Rush Part One & Part Two It was written by Jim Zub, drawn by Andrea[...]
Review: Lonely Receiver #1
Does the man who embodies the Savage Lands survive Empyre: Avengers #3, the final issue of this event tie-in? Empyre: Avengers #3 concludes Jim Zub's tie-in Credit: Marvel While Empyre: Avengers was overall a fun read now that the whole thing is complete, the set-up was far more interesting than the payoff The first issue was a roller coaster[...]
Empyre: Avengers #2
Though Jim Zub's dialogue does lean a little bit toward the way Luke Cage was written in his earlier appearances, Zub remains one of Marvel's most consistent writers, delivering an action-packed issue with solid emotional beats This could have been another issue of battles, but Zub anchored the narrative to these two showdowns and used[...]
Empyre: The Avengers #1: Non-stop Frenetic, Global Action
Credit: Marvel Comics. Jim Zub is one of the best writers in comics and has been since the release of his hilarious indie comic Skullkickers back in the year it was supposed to all end… 2012 Now, eight years later, when it all actually is ending, Zub is one of Marvel's go-to writers Zub excels with action,[...]
Missing In Action
And while Marvel Comics has reduced the list of Empyre tie-in books, it wasn't confirmed whether or not the books would be released in other formats, such as digital-only. Jim Zub, author Black Panther and the Agents Of Wakanda brings closure He tweets. As far as I know, today's release of BLACK PANTHER and the AGENTS of[...]
A look at promo art for Skullkickers (Image: Jim Zub, Edwin Huang and Chris Stevens)
Writer Jim Zub and illustrators Edwin Huang and Chris Stevens' Skullkickers looks to be the next comic book series making the leap from the printed page to the small screen, with Copernicus Studios Inc announcing on Wednesday a development deal for a 2D animated action-adventure-comedy series for adults Paul Rigg, President of Copernicus Studios, sees[...]
D&D Days Of Endless Adventure Review-1
But the ones that really caught media attention the past few years were the ones written by Jim Zub, whose stories kicked off in late 2014 and has had a hand in nearly every D&D comic since Including the massively popular Rick and Morty crossover back in 2019 with Patrick Rothfuss Recently, IDW released what[...]
Dungeons & Dragons Wizards & Spells Book Cover
Jim Zub clearly had an amazing time writing it up and putting it together, along with fellow writers Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler We highly recommend the book if you have kids who are into D&D but aren't at the level to understand how the game is played entirely yet Or those who do get[...]
Jim Zub Offers Free Digital Comics to Get You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic
Comic book writer Jim Zub has shared PDFs of the first full volumes of two of his creator-owned comics, Skullkickers and Wayward, to provide at least a distraction from the stressful coronavirus pandemic. On Patreon, Zub writes: 2020 has thrown us all a bunch of curve balls and it looks like a lot of people are going[...]
Jim Zub Graduates to Marvel's Conan The Barbarian Ongoing Series in February
Jim Zub is having a strange year, apparently. The strangeness of my classes continues this year… Thanos and the Zubfinity Gauntlet pic.twitter.com/IOvhP25IZv — Jim Zub (@JimZub) November 12, 2019 Can't argue with that But he is also the new ongoing writer on Conan The Barbarian, a title he has been jonesing to write at Marvel[...]
Now Christos Gage Joins Dan Slott on Tony Stark: Iron Man
A few more changes between solicitation and publication for Marvel Comics. Tony Stark: Iron Man #17 was solicited as written by Dan Slott and Jim Zub, and drawn by Valerio Schiti.  Well, Slott remains, but the rest are changed it is now co-written by Slott and Christos Gage, who has worked with Slott before on the Spider-Verse,[...]
Fanboy Rampage: Whose Job Is It To Sell Comics, Anyway?
Whatever. Others still place the blame on readers who pirate the books rather than pay for them, like Jim Zub, speaking of the at-that-time not canceled but eventually canceled Champions earlier this year. If you love this series/these characters, please consider paying for it, otherwise we won't be around long enough to deliver on its potential. That's the[...]
Review: Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons - GameStop Hardcover Edition
Penned by Jim Zub and Patrick Rothfuss with art by Troy Little and colors by Leonardo Ito, it was the pop-culture peanut butter and chocolate combo you never knew you needed until IDW and Oni Press gave it to you After the initial release and all of the various different cover versions came out, it[...]