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Chew #44 Gets Downright Nasty (SPOILERS)
Just dismemberment… …death and dismemberment… …and the death of loved childhood icons. Very few of these people are getting out alive. If you have ever been put off by this book's "chaos without too many consequences" – cyborg eye aside – here's where you step back on again. With a Tarantino-like story structure as well, what's not to love as[...]
Sam Humphries, The Contest Of Champions And That Marvel Cosmic Crossover…
 Including Sam Humphries… He writes, Sam Humphries' was very happy to talk to Bleeding Cool and was even happier with the success of the Legendary Star-Lord which "is going super strong". He said he too had heard "rumors" of the outer space corner of the Marvel Universe coming together with John Layman on Cyclops but there are no plans[...]
John Layman and Javier Garron Take Over Cyclops – Updated
Coming out of the Marvel: Next Big Thing we get a new creative team on Cyclops – John Layman and Javier Garron starting with Issue 6 It's Space Pirate adventures, still – with an emphasis on the pirates. Update – comment form Nick Lowe: "Really sad that Greg had to step off, but his novel schedule was getting[...]
Warrior Chicken Poyo, Foiled, Launched And Reviewed At San Diego Comic Con
John Layman is an underrated writer, managing to hit the right note of black humor, intrigue and mysteries that actually pay off over time which make Chew one of the absolute best books Image produces. BUT! This… isn't actually an issue of Chew See, one year John Layman had the silly idea of publishing one issue[...]
Chew's Biggest Crossover Yet – Big Spoiler For This Week's Poyo Special
But it's one the co-creator of Chew, John Layman, really wants a few more people to know Especially if they weren't going to buy the new Chew one shot starring Poyo.. Next week's Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo #1, available in advance this week at San Diego Comic Con, sees our feathered friend not only beating back the[...]
This Is Your Traditional Poyo San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Cover For Chew
With orange foil and limited to 1000 copies, it will be on sale at John Layman's table at the show Which, as we know, attracts a line... And yes, it rather resembles a certain playbook…   Another San Diego Comic Con, another variant cover for Chew starring everyone's favourite warrior cyborg chicken, Poyo With orange foil and[...]
John Layman's Very Own Poyo Bust From Chew And Skeleton Crew
But here is what it will look like, box and all, courtesy of John Layman. Pre-orders are all sold out I'm afraid folks But here is what it will look like, box and all, courtesy of John Layman. Pre-orders are all sold out I'm afraid folks But here is what it will look like, box[...]
Chew Card Games Announced In Las Vegas
The comic from John Layman and Rob Guillory has kinda invaded my life And now it has taken another step. At the Diamond Retailer Summit (dim sum-it) in Las Vegas (vegemite), IDW announced a deal (meal) with Layman (legumes) and Guillory (celery) that will create a new line of Chew tabletop games, starting in early 2015[...]
This Is What Everyone Will Be Buying Everyone Else In Comics – Plush Chogs
I have my hard glow-in-the-dark Chog proudly sitting on my mantelpiece. But that's not enough for John Layman Coming up, plush Chogs. Plush Chogs from @SkeltonCrew taking the sting out of fact there is no Game of Thrones on tonight: pic.twitter.com/X1uGwdKUZ9 — Layman (@themightylayman) May 4, 2014   Plush Chogs coming soon from @SkeltonCrew[...]
Poyo Gets A Second Shot At The Spotlight With Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo
I doubt it'll be the only Poyo-related product on sale at that show… John Layman and Rob Guillory team up to bring back CHEW fans' most beloved homicidal cybernetic kung-fu rooster in an all-new CHEW spinoff series: WARRIOR CHICKEN POYO. Where SECRET AGENT POYO was CHEW through a James Bond lens turned up to 11, WARRIOR CHICKEN[...]
Detective Comics #29: From Dystopia to Utopia to Dystopia, Again
John Layman has laid out what appeared to be a revamped Gotham from the sneak peeks back in the winter, but crafted a yarn that curled back into familiar territory: Scarecrow preying on the fears of heroes and citizens alike Having a utopian Gotham wouldn't work for two reasons: 1 Why would we revisit Gotham[...]