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Joe Keatinge And Nick Barber's Ringside Ends With Issue #15 In December
Ringside, the pro wrestling drama from Joe Keatinge and Nick Barber, will be blowing off all its feuds in December with Ringside #15. Concluding the "Shoot" arc, Ringside #15 will be Ringside's final issue, wrapping things up nicely in a three trade paperback package Things might not end so neatly for the book's characters though, so if[...]
Shutter #25 To Crossover With Image Founders' Characters For Image 25th Anniversary
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the founding of Image Comics, the 25th issue of Joe Keatinge and Leila del Luca's Shutter will feature appearances by characters from Todd McFarlane's Spawn, Sir Robert Liefeld's Glory, Marc Silvestri's Witchblade, Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon, Jim Valentino's Shadowhawk, and Robert Kirkman's Invincible, according to a press release sent out by[...]
Why Shutter Is A Daring Comic
While I'm sure the entire creative team have a great deal of faith in the book, including excellent colorist Owen Gieni who creates such a signature mood for the comic, and letterer Ed Brisson, I'll mention that writer Joe Keatinge makes a particularly compelling demonstration of faith in the comic It's as if he constructs[...]
Joe Keatinge On The Vertigo Comic He Didn't Write
Comic writer Joe Keatinge has spoken out about the comic Cyan, published today by DC Comics/Vertigo, on Tumblr I reproduce his statement below The bolding is mine. Today sees the release of the first of four quarterly Vertigo CMYK anthologies It has a Cyan cover. The issue is advertised as featuring a collaboration between Ken Garing and me,[...]
A Comic Show – Batman's Eternal and Deadpool's Married
And Joe Keatinge's Shutter #1 is an all grown up female Jonny Quest in fantastical world that has me wanting more already! Aaron Haaland, of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I'm back with another stack of New Comics Now! Batman Eternal, All New Marvel Now, and Image made my new comic day. Batman[...]
Dustin Weaver's Cover For Shutter #1 Came At A Price
Joe Keatinge has a new comic from Image out soon, Shutter, with artist Leila del Duca. The first issue is out on April 9th, but the Final Order Cut-Off date is March 17th. Dustin Weaver is doing one of the variant covers, and Joe asked us if we would like to run it, in exchange for[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Angouleme: A Special With Joe Keatinge And Friends (Part 1)
By Chris Thompson [audio:] After last week's chat with the gifted and insanely busy Zack Whedon (which you can still listen to here) – I'm back with the first of my reports from the 41st Festival International de la Bande Dessinée in Angoulême! This week I chat with Joe Keatinge, Heidi MacDonald, and Imaginism Studios' founder/creative director[...]
Joe Keatinge And Leila Del Duca Announce Shutter – Updated
Kevin Schmidt writes from Image Expo, Kirkman turned the Image Expo stage over to Joe Keatinge who announced his new series Shutter with art by Leila Del Duca. It's the story of Kate Christopher, an explorer and journalist living in a world with "astronauts on the subway", robots and demons Launches in April.   Updated from press release: Marvel Knights:[...]
Monkeybrain – A Digital Image Comics For The Twenty-First Century
Franklin, Ken Garing, Chris Haley, David Hahn, Phil Hester, Joe Keatinge, D.J Kirkbride, Adam Knave, Axel Medellin, Jennifer L Meyer, Michael Montenat, Ananth Panagariya, Thomas Perkins, Adam Rosenlund, Chris Schweitzer, Brandon Seifert, Chris Sims, Matthew Dow Smith, Paul Tobin, J Torres, Josh Williamson and…  Bill Willingham. Roberson was recently fired from working for DC Comics, after[...]
Mind The Gap Cover…Slips Through
Thanks to an anonymous sleuth at ECCC, this appears to be an unseen cover for the Image series Mind The Gap, by Jim McCann and Rodin Esquejo. The image
The Hell Yeah Ashcan For Image Expo Is A Blast From The Past
Do you remember the Image Comics ashcans from twenty years ago? I do, I still have my Maxx ashcans somewhere, issued before the release of the comic proper, half the size, showing off the then-upcoming art, numbered and signed by Sam Keith, black and white, with a garish coloured card cover. Well Joe Keatinge remembers them too,[...]