[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Exiles have been approached by a man called the King, the T'Challa of this strange Old West dimension in which the team has found themselves. With the King and equipment supplied by Moira MacTaggert, Blink, Valkyrie, and Wolvie go to stop the Magnus Gang and save Iron Lad. Unfortunately, Magnus isn't the […]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Matt Murdock walks into a courthouse and sees something he never expected to see… anything. There is a stone being held by Turk Barrett. Before long, Murdock suits up as Daredevil and realizes that this stone allows Turk to hear thoughts, and the former henchman is using it to move up in the […]
Here we have 4 pages of process art from the fourth issue of Dynamite's miniseries King: Flash Gordon. The art is by Lee Ferguson and Felipe Cunha with colors by Omi Remalante Jr. This wraps up the miniseries by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker. For more information on King: Flash Gordon #4, click here.
We have a look inside at the process art for King: Flash Gordon #3 by artist Lee Ferguson. The series is written by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker and connects to the other King Features characters like The Phantom, Prince Valiant, Mandrake the Magician and Jungle Jim. The cover art here is by Declan Shalvey. […]
We have another first look, this time inside the new King Features crossover from Dynamite, King: Flash Gordon #1. This series is being written by Ben Acker & Ben Blacker with art by Lee Ferguson and a first issue covers by Darwyn Cooke and Rob Liefeld. For more on King: Flash Gordon #1, click here.
Dynamite is doing a big crossover event featuring five characters from King Features Syndicate: Flash Gordon, Jungle Jim, Prince Valiant, The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician. Each character will get a five-issue miniseries before its all pulled together into one series. Here we get the first look at some interior pages from Flash Gordon by Lee Ferguson. The book is being written by Ben Acker and Ben […]
By Olly MacNamee The opening issue of this new series from the mind behind the indie-published anthology, London Horror Comics, regales the tale of a comic loving Walter Mitty type character who's life is not the most enviable, but one all too relatable. Edgar is a young man who still lives at home in order […]