Original Guardian of the Galaxy Yondu will star in his own eponymous solo series from Marvel Comics this Fall, from the creative team of Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, and John McCrea Marvel announced the news via chicken product promotional website ComicBook.com, also giving the site's hungry readers some nuggets of information in the form of[...]
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Would You Read a Colossus and Magik Comic About Russian Folklore by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, and Ian Bertram?
Syfy Wire hosted an X-Men panel on its Emerald City Comic Con live-stream Saturday featuring Age of X-Man writers Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler along with superstar artist Todd Nauck On the panel, Thompson and Nadler revealed their dream X-Men comic to write, which turns out to be one they've pitched to Marvel before and[...]
At the New York Comic Con X-Men panel Sunday, the rising star writing duo of Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler had a bold proclamation for X-men fans: they're going to ruin Apocalypse. The pair are writing an Apocalypse backup story in this month's X-Men Black one-shots, which started in last week's bestselling X-Men Black: Magneto[...]
It's been a few weeks, but Bleeding Cool is starting the Top and Bottom 5 Comics of the Week once more! You can't keep a good list down! Check it out here.
Her Infernal Descent finds Lynn trapped in a white void before finding angels building a hotel in Hell itself. Is it a good read?
Her Infernal Descent continues with Lynn and Agatha Christie trading their way through the realm of avarice to get the soup. Is it a good read?
Valiant Launches 'Beyond' with 3 New Series Leading into Next Year's 'Incursion' Super-Mega-Crossover Event
Valiant Entertainment has announced a new publishing initiative that will launch later this year with three new series and one super-mega-crossover event comic from superstar and future superstar creators such as Jody Houser, MJ Kim, Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, Ken Lashley, Vita Ayala, Raúl Allén, Patricia Martin, Andy Diggle, and Doug Braithwaite[...]
The second installment of Her Infernal Descent finds Lynn at the mercy of Judge Franz Kafka, but she will not be deterred from finding her family in the bowels of Hell itself. Does it make for a good read?
Focusing on a mother's grief and the lengths to which she will go in order to see her family again, Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, and Kyle Charles deliver one of the most memorable books of the week Lead character Lynn is an easily likable protagonist, and the presence of William Blake definitely adds something to the book[...]
Her Infernal Descent begins with our protagonist, Lynn, following William Blake into the bowels of Hell to see her family again. Is it a good read?
Black Mask has released a preview of Come Into Me, the new comic by Lonnie Nadler & Zac Thompson, Piotr Kowalski, and Niko Guardia If you've seen the cover and media coverage for the book, you know to expect something unsettling — but if you're squeamish about medical procedures, the pages below might be downright[...]
Hope Summers Returns in Cable #155 with New Creative Team of Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, German Peralta
Starting with Cable #155 in March, Ed Brisson and Jon Malin are out, and a new creative team of Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, and German Peralta are in for a new storyline called Past Fears And joining Cable is his daughter Hope Summers, as they face off against a new techno-organic threat. Newsarama has the EXCLUSIVE[...]
Lonnie Nadler & Zac Thompson writers, Eric Zawadzki artist, Dee Cunniffe colorist. Here's the thing about the noir genre: regardless of what medium it arrives in, it's incredibly difficult to pull off in the modern era (that goes for basically every "modern era" since the time of the original noirs ended about 50-60 years ago). If you[...]
Thankfully that is not the case with The Dregs out 1/24/17 from Black Mask from Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson, Eric Zawadzki and Dee Cunniffe. Art by Eric Zawadzki & Dee Cunniffe This comic actually takes place in my neighborhood I live in Portland, OR and sure, 5 hours of driving doesn't exactly make it in my "can I borrow a cup of sugar?" neighborhood neighborhood,[...]