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The Return Of John Arcudi & Doug Mahnke's Major Bummer In March 2023?
Major Bummer was a superb comic book series created by John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke published by DC Comics from 1996 to 1998 for fifteen issues, and followed the story of Lou Martin, a slacker who is suddenly imbued with superpowers.  Lou is a typical slacker, content to spend his days lounging around and avoiding[...]
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Guy Davis drew it and John Arcudi wrote it Of course, it couldn't last, but while it did, it was a rare and special thing. P Craig Russell's The Ring Of The Nibelung The Ring Of The Nibelung by P Craig Russell and published by Dark Horse Comics. Sometimes, you just let the creatives draw what they want,[...]
14 Creators Working On Dark Horse Presents #26 And An Exclusive Preview
Writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Keith Goldberg, Kaare Andrews, John Arcudi, Alan Gordon, Rich Woodall, Paul Levitz are joined by artists Aaron Campbell, Troy Nixey, Lucas Varela, Bo Hampton, Craig Rousseau, Tim Hamilton This month's issue of Dark Horse Presents features three new stories: Black Sinister by Kaare Andrews and Troy Nixey, Espirits de Corps by[...]
Don't Overlook Rumble From Image
If it becomes easy for you, you become a killer" The unsung gem of 2015 is without a doubt John Arcudi, James Harren and Dave Stewart's Rumble Straight away you can see why it might have been somewhat overlooked Combining slow paced world building and a unique mythos with kinetic no holds barred action set pieces[...]
John Arcudi And James Harren's Rumble #1, Free (And DRM-Free) Till Tomorrow
But comic book foragers who waited until now can get Rumble #1 by John Arcudi and James Harren free, digitally, until tomorrow In whatever digital format you wish… Okay, so a scarecrow walks into a bar…and proceeds to wreak havoc across two worlds! After a long absence, Rathraq, Scarecrow Warrior God, is back—and very unhappy[...]
What You Got For Your $50 At Image Expo – And Can You Flip It?
Among them are Wytches #3 by Scott Snyder and Jock, Rumble #1 by John Arcudi, James Harren, and Dave Stewart, East of West #16 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta, last but not least is Bitch Planet #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine DeLandro Image was also nice to include a t-shirt and handy, dandy[...]
Preview This Week's Lobster Johnson: Get The Lobster #1
This arc is written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, with art by Tonci Zonjic, and colors by Dave Stewart This week, "Get the Lobster" kicks off in its five part arc wherein a "sporting event goes terribly wrong as the ref is killed in front of a live audience by two crazed—and seemingly bulletproof—wrestlers". Tonci[...]
ECCC: Jonathan Case On Reviving The Creep with John Arcudi
Gavin Lees writes for Bleeding Cool from the floor of ECCC; Jonathan Case really established himself on the comics scene last year with the release of both his long-awaited graphic novel, Dear Creature, and his stark, disturbing work on The Green River Killer with Jeff Jensen.  With an illustrative style that hearkens to the golden[...]
Review: Predator #1 By John Arcudi And Javier Saltares
This approach is a clever, stylistic and intelligent one that makes sense of a bunch of aliens coming to do some out-of-state hunting. So yes, there are all sorts of political sub texts here, but none that feel preachy or moralistic and certainly none that get in the way of a damn fine Predator comic. Predator #1[...]