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Kaare Andrews' Infinity Comics Amazing Fantasy Prelude From Marvel
Kaare Andrews' time! As announced today, Marvel has unveiled a new, Marvel Unlimited app with a new Infinity Comics – or Mar-Vertical – lineup Comics told using the Webtoon format and exclusive to the app And that includes a bunch of new titles, such as a prelude series to Amazing Fantasy by Kaare Andrews, featuring[...]
Kaare Andrews' Amazing Fantasy To Get Emergency Treasury Edition
The rather fabulous Kaare Andrews put out a passion project this past week, Amazing Fantasy #1 for Marvel Comics, allowing his various artistic styles and designs to inhabit the lushest areas and characters of the Marvel Universe If there was any problem, it may have been that the pages just weren't expansive enough Well, it[...]
Kaare Andrews Launches Amazing Fantasy #1 in July
Kaare Andrews is one of my favourite comic book creators, with a shifting, malleable style that jumps from genre to genre, with a mastery of light and shadow, space and weight and the kind of noodly detail that comics fans just love One of my most proud moments was getting him to draw Osama Bin[...]
AWA Creators And Execs Support Mike Deodato On Comic Art NFT Rights
His point was, however, that comic book artists for Marvel and DC were allowed to sell their original physical artwork pages, but companies like Marvel and DC were not allowing their artists to do the same with digital NFTs, reserving the right to do that themselves. Mike Deodato cover to AWA's Resistance Uprising Today, Mike Deodato's current[...]
E-Ratic #4: AWA Studio Previews Their Teen Superhero Comic
E-Ratic #4, the next issue of the teen superhero comic by Kaare Andrews as the AWA Studios previews extravaganza continues We present 5 titles out this week and next week from the publisher's list! AWA Studios has sent along with the cover and first pages of the first issue to whet your appetite for the[...]
AWA Studios Release Video Featuring Creators and New Series
Michael Straczynski, Garth Ennis, Christa Faust, Victor Gischler, Kaare Andrews, and John Lees The gamut of genres runs from superhero action to horror to zombie apocalypse to Science Fiction to crime thrillers They often feel like comics from the era of peak Vertigo: meaty stories with strong social and political undertones, which is often Axel[...]
Kaare Andrews E-Ratic #1 AWA
Kaare Andrews is launching his own series from Artists, Writers & Artisans in December, as well as Cullen Bunn and Nelson Blake III launching their comic book Byte-Sized Bill Jemas also published a print version of his COVID Tales digital anthology Details on these books, and everything else from AWA in their December 2020 solicitations,[...]
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The legendary Kaare Andrews has got in touch, talking about helping the struggling Emerald Phoenix Comics who had announced they were closing because they were unable to make their rent this month The store is less than an hour's drive from Kaare and he is auctioning off the cover art for Green Arrow #43 on Instagram[...]
The Sneakiest of Peeks Ahead at Marvel Comics #1001
The sequel to Marvel Comics #1000, it continues the same overarching idea of an ongoing story by Al Ewing threaded through a litany one one page stories by the good and the great from Marvel Comics' history. Currently that includes writers Al Ewing, Audrey Loeb, Jimmy Palmiotti, Declan Shalvey, Vita Ayala, Howard Chaykin, Kaare Andrews, Frank[...]
Superman Special #1 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez
Kaare Andrews's work leaves a little to be desired detail-wise in the final story, but you get to see Atomic Skull in his pajamas — so that's awesome. Superman Special #1 provides an endearing and enjoyable tale to see off Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason from the title while showing off some great work from other[...]
Love Is Love Is A Triumph At Making 2016 That Little Bit Easier
A worthwhile way. There are some strong emotional pieces in there: the entries from Kaare Andrews, Steve Foxe, Sina Grace, and Marc Guggenheim, Brent Peebles, Chris Sotomayor and John Rashell are particularly tear-inducing And it's wonderful to see work from out and proud LGBTQ+ creators like James Tynion IV, Justin Hall and Phil Jimenez standing alongside[...]