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Now Marvel to Publish Dark Horse's Conan Comics in New Epic Collections
A new press release from the House of Ideas highlights a new idea: collecting the Conan comics Dark Horse published while they held the license, beginning with Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord's 2004 work. Continuing its celebration of the return of CONAN this January, Marvel is excited to announce the release of two volumes of CONAN[...]
Kurt Busiek avengers
But what was great was they let me do whatever I wanted because they expected nothing from it. Well, Kurt Busiek, who was writing the Avengers comic at the time and who left the series as a result of the Ultimates existence, wanted to set the record straight. Lovely to see my AVENGERS run still getting crapped[...]
Astro City: FremantleMedia Secures TV Series Rights, Co-Creator Kurt Busiek to Pen Pilot
Credit: Vertigo FremantleMedia North America is going from flawed gods to all-too-human heroes, with the American Gods producer having acquired the rights to develop writer Kurt Busiek and artists Brent Anderson and Alex Ross's superhero comic book series Astro City as a live-action television series Busiek and Rick Alexander will pen the pilot; and executive produce[...]
Astro City to End as a Monthly Series in April; Graphic Novels on the Way
The DC solicitations will be out soon, but writer Kurt Busiek gave fans a sneak peak when it comes to Astro City, his creator-owned Vertigo series with Brent Anderson and Alex Ross According to Busiek, April's Astro City #52 will be the final issue of Astro City as a monthly series Over a hundred issues of[...]
New Thunderbolts
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After looking through the comments and past the people who took umbrage with the fact that I admitted my favorite comic books series wasn't perfect, I got the feeling that many in the comments wanted me to talk about Fabian Nicieza, Kurt Busiek, and Tom Grummett's New Thunderbolts series from 2004. That's fine, because, when[...]
Thunderbolts
And what better place to start than the beginning, when the Thunderbolts were created by industry veterans, Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley. First appearing in Incredible Hulk #449, the Thunderbolts were a mysterious new team of heroes appearing in the shadow of the apparent deaths of the Avengers and the Fantastic Four at the hands of[...]
Why Marvel Should Bring Back The Thunderbolts
His short-lived series is easily among the best runs on the Thunderbolts, and this is a series that has had talents such as Warren Ellis, Rick Remender, Fabian Nicieza, and of course, Kurt Busiek. A lot has been said about Jon Malin's artwork Many have called it Rob Liefeld-esque I can't say that's a bad assessment, and[...]
Kurt Busiek Fixes Superman And Batman
Last night, comics veteran Kurt Busiek entered a number of Twitter exchanges with followers over the characters of Superman and Batman The idea was pretty straightforward: he wanted a relationship between Big Blue and the Caped Crusader that showed camaraderie and fun When someone asked if he was suggesting that Superman and Batman do something[...]
The Comics Industry Talks – Breaking Into Comics
I posted this just recently, but here it is again: https://t.co/iRu6fhaXXg — Kurt Busiek Resists (@KurtBusiek) January 17, 2017 STOP worrying about "breaking into comics." Worry about how you're going to finish the project you're working on ONE FOLLOWS THE OTHER. — Adam P Knave (@adampknave) January 17, 2017 Yo Just make some comics you think are cool[...]
The Autumnlands: Tooth And Claw – 24 Trades Of Christmas
Back in the beginning of June I had the pleasure of sitting next to Kurt Busiek while attending the Phoenix Comic Con I hadn't met him previously, but really enjoyed talking with him over the weekend He turned me on to his Image comic series The Autumnlands that he's doing with artist Benjamin Dewey and[...]
Kurt Busiek On Satire, Censorship, and Bad Little Children's Books
Let's try again. Kurt Busiek is a veteran comic book writer who took to Twitter yesterday to share his thoughts on the controversy with Abrams Books, the publisher of Bad Little Children's Books: Hey @ABRAMSbooks – not all parody is satire, any more than criticism is censorship. — Kurt Busiek Resists (@KurtBusiek) December 3, 2016 If I rework THE LITTLE PRINCE[...]
Comic Cons And Tax Codes – Updated
I went into the show down $62 in licenses so I could be there for four days. I sat next to Kurt Busiek, who brought no books with him because he didn't have the tax licenses The number of times he had to explain that to someone at his table asking to buy a copy of[...]