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Valiant Effort: Like This? You'll Like That – X-O Manowar, Archer & Armstrong Edition

By Jared CorneliusIn the summer of 2012 Valiant Comics returned from the grave, they rose not as shambling zombie, but as a glorious phoenix, but I didn't know that.  At the time I had turned my nose up at X-O Manowar and Bloodshot, I scoffed at the idea that the 90's were back and expected another round of Malibu or Awesome Comics.  But last year on a whim I decided to[...]

VIDEO: Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld And Marc Silvestri On Leaving Marvel Comics

As part of the upcoming Image Revolution documentary from Sequart, a clip of the Image founders on leaving Marvel Comics for their new upstart Image Comics over at Malibu.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlQ70jQYurU[/youtube] As part of the upcoming Image Revolution documentary from Sequart, a clip of the Image founders on leaving Marvel Comics for their new upstart Image Comics[...]

Malibu Comics – A Look Back at 20 Years of Independent Innovation

Havoc ensued.Well, that’s sort of what happened, if you told the story stone drunk.Actually, because Malibu Comics, then Malibu Graphics, (or what is Malibu Inc or might have been Eternity Comics – anyway…) had no money, the small group of soldiers worked out of Dave Olbrich’s home nestled in the hills of Southern California[...]

Marvel And Malibu – What's Five Percent Between Friends

I cannot tel you much about it at all, but I can tell you that it's not about that 5% thing.Would you be privy to the agreement? I thought it was before your time.I was around at Marvel when the Malibu acquisition happened And even outside of that, I have access to our legal department[...]

Steve Englehart – How 5% Doomed The Ultraverse

In a podcast interview from Alt3red Egos with Steve Engelhart, describing his career in comics, he talked openly about his work on the Ultraverse for Malibu - and what happened when Marvel bought the company and closed down the comics line.Englehart says that in 2004, Tom Brevoort approached him to integrate the Ultraverse into the Marvel[...]

Jim Starlin's Breed III To Be Published By Image

At the Detroit Fanfare convention at the weekend, I'm told that Jim Starlin made an announcement to fans that the final Breed series has found a publisher, Image Comics.The first two series of Breed were originally published by Malibu back in 1994 and 1995 But then a little thing called boom and bust happened in[...]