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Charlie's Angels #1 cover by David Finch, Jimmy Reyes, and Triona Farrell

Charlie's Angels #1 Review: Made for Fans and No One Else

This comic’s idea of high comedy is having Sabrina pull a monkey out of her magician’s hat and it attacking the mob bosses as a distraction.It kills its own pacing by jumping back to them receiving the mission before going undercover even though the plot is very simple and straightforward, making the explanation only an[...]

Valiant High #1

Joe Eisma's Valiant High #1 Variant and More Denver Comic Con Exclusives

Maaaan.First up, a Valiant High #1 variant by Joe Eisma: While you’re at the Valiant Booth, check out the VALIANT HIGH #1 Denver Comic Con Exclusive Variant, featuring a limited-edition cover by Eisner-nominated artist Joe Eisma (Morning Glories, Archie)! From rising star Daniel Kibblesmith (QUANTUM AND WOODY!, Lockjaw) and Eisner Award-winning artist Derek Charm (Jughead), get[...]

Jughead: The Hunger #6 cover by Adam Gorham

Jughead: The Hunger #6 Review – A Good-Enough Horror Comic

However, the story could be a lot worse, and it’s not nearly as cliché-ridden as Jughead: The Hunger #4.[caption id="attachment_857946" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jughead: The Hunger #6 art by Pat and Tim Kennedy, Bob Smith, and Matt Herms[/caption]Pat and Tim Kennedy split the art with Joe Eisma, and both sets of artists do a solid job[...]

Exclusive Look Inside Charlie's Angels #1 by John Layman and Joe Eisma

John Layman and Joe Eisma team to tell stories of the iconic female detectives who made their television debut in September of 1976 Featuring the original lineup of Jill, Kelly, and Sabrina (originally portrayed by Farah Fawcett, Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson), the new series strives to recreate what made the series great and embrace[...]

In Layman's Terms: John Layman Talks New Charlie's Angels Comic Series

I am confident Kate Jackson will not complain about the story presented in this comic.DW: What can you tell us about your creative process with Joe Eisma? What is it about his art that made him the right choice for the series?JL: I writes it and Joe draws it, and Joe is a hell of[...]

John Layman and Joe Eisma Team for Charlie's Angels Comic Book Series

The publisher has landed the license for Charlie's Angels and enticed fan-favorite writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Joe Eisma (Big Trouble in Little China) to come on board as the creative team. Based on Sony Pictures Television's action classic television series of the 70's, the new comic book series -- debuting in June 2018 --[...]

Jughead: The Hunger #4 cover by Adam Gorham

Jughead the Hunger #4 Review: Romeo and Juliet with a Woman Scorned Angle– also Werewolves

We totally don’t have a deluge of those already.[caption id="attachment_810394" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jughead: The Hunger #4 art by Pat and Tim Kennedy, Bob Smith, and Matt Herms[/caption]The artwork by Pat and Tim Kennedy as well as Joe Eisma holds together well throughout Their styles are complimentary, though some scenes in the first half, done by[...]

Cosmo Flies, Vampironica Returns, and so does Your Pal Archie- Archie March 2018 Solicits

Details below.FCBD 2018 –  RIVERDALE Set in the same universe as the hit CW series, this issue gives us a peek into all the secrets Pop Tate overhears in his day-to-day business, told through four vignettes in four different booths! Script: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Various Art: Joe Eisma, Andre Szymanowicz, John Workman FCBD 2018 – Riverdale CVR A Reg:[...]

Canadian Rockers Tegan And Sara Will Guest Star In February's Archies #5

And, of course, Canadian indie pop duo Tegan and Sara.Tegan and Sara are set to guest star in an upcoming issue of The Archies, written by Alex Segura and Matthew Rosenberg and illustrated by Joe Eisma The team-up takes place in The Archies #5, due out in February Here's the description: After a major meltdown leads[...]

The Archies Meet Scottish Indie Band CHVRCHES In The Archies #2

Archie Comics has been on a roll recently with changing titles. After many of the "reboot" lines were scrapped, Archie has been replacing them with some pretty awesome titles–including Jughead: The Hunger and The Archies. The new series, which focuses on the infamous comic book band, will be introducing real bands through its series. First […]

Riverdale #3 Review: Their Ambitions Are Anything But Small

This includes seeing the cast at cons, watching the show on Netflix (and truthfully, nothing else), and reading the ongoing Riverdale comic series written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, James DeWille, and James Ewing, with art by Joe Eisma, Thomas Pitilli, Andre Szymanowicz, Janice Chiang, and John Workman.Riverdale #3 opens with Veronica practicing with The Pussycats The gang[...]

#HotBetty: Riverdale #1

Artist Joe Eisma is also a good fit His art is minimal, but gets the point across Especially with his closeups Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who is the Chief Creative Officer for Archie Comics and is also the series Showrunner for Riverdale is the writer for the comic, so I'm confident it won't stray at all.Riverdale #1[...]

To Seduce A Red Head: Archie 17

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mark Waid knows how to write proverbial gold. His take on the Archie universe has been exceptional. In this issue we continue with Cheryl trying to take over Riverdale, while Veronica works her ass off to get back home to protect Archie (and well, all of her friends). Cheryl is incredible. She's manipulative, […]

Faith #8 Touches On Today's Issues With Subtlety And Cynacism

With this eight issue by Jody Houser, Joe Eisma and Margurite Sauvage, the story of Faith Herbert touches on her guilt for being alive while those she loved have sacrificed themselves and/or died Death can affect people in different ways, and for some people the expectation that they must do something good with their life[...]

Faith #10 Offers "Faithless" Jumping On Point, Four Covers, More Joe Eisma Art

If you're one of the fans who held off on checking out Faith, even when Valiant shipped double the number of ordered Faith #5s (the one with the Hillary Clinton appearance Bleeding Cool published something like 37 articles about), then this is the time to do it, we suppose.To entice you, Valiant is giving you[...]

They Invented Yelp: Archie #16

Her motive isn't exactly clear yet, but whatever it is, it’ll be fun to watch.Artist Joe Eisma adds to Waid’s story with clear and concise character designs Even the background characters are given special care, and each main character’s body language speaks volumes of them Archie stands tall and proud, Reggie sulks around like he’s[...]

Little Archie, The Archies, Sabrina, And Werewolf Jughead In $5 One-Shots From Archie In March

Join co-writers Alex Segura and Matthew Rosenberg (Archie Meets Ramones) and artist Joe Eisma (Archie) for a power-pop one-shot that goes loud on the music, fun and friendship. Script: Alex Segura and Matt Rosenberg Art: Joe Eisma Cover: Jaime Hernandez On Sale Date: 3/15 48-page, full color comic $4.99 U.S.SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH ONE-SHOT BRAND NEW ONE-SHOT SPECIAL! Sabrina is off to[...]

Meghan Hetrick Puts Bleeding Cool In Its Place, Explains Faith Artist Change

Earlier today, Bleeding Cool reported on Joe Eisma's upcoming two-issue stint beginning with Faith #7 Since there was no information provided on the reason for the change, we decided it was best to speculate that it was an attempt to change the subject due to embarrassment over the company double-shipping copies of Faith #5, the[...]