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Marc Silvestri Returns To The Darkness, On Kickstarter
The Darkness created by Marc Silvestri, Garth Ennis, and David Wohl, is a character, mafioso Jackie Estacado who, after turning 21, inherited the curse of the Darkness  A wielder of the Darkness has been present in every major time period and continental power in history These hosts have usually been of a violent predisposition, such[...]
Marc Silvestri Darkness Kickstarter Promises New Ongoing Series
A Kickstarter campaign just launched for the second hardcover in The Darkness Complete Collection promises new material by Marc Silvestri and a new ongoing Darkness series to launch sometime in the near future The Kickstarter page states: In addition to recollecting the original series, we're bringing Jackie Estacado back! Marc Silvestri is writing the Kickstarter exclusive #1/2[...]
Hardcore #1 Finally A Hot Comic
In 2009, Image Comics and Top Cow solicited Hardcore #1, a new comic book by Robert Kirkman, Marc Silvestri and Brian Stelfreeze However, it wasn't actually published until 2012, over two years later Top Cow's entire Pilot Season from 2009 were written by Robert Kirkman, and none went to series, along with Murderer #1 drawn[...]
Original Art Auction- Arthur Suydam, Jock, John Byrne, Marc Silvestri
Or even a Marc Silvestri Wolverine for a grand? Time to check your piggy bank.   Arthur Suydam The New Adventures of Cholly and Flytrap: Till Death Do Us Part #3 Story Pages 30-32 Original Art Group of 3 (Eclipse, 1991) Cholly is re-united with Flytrap (as if anyone would want to be!), and Flytrap faces the Champ in[...]
Marc Silvestri and Batt's The Darkness #3 Cover Art For Auction
The original artwork by Marc Silvestri and Matt Banning (as Batt) for The Darkness #3 published in 1997 from Image Comics is being auctioned to benefit. The artwork was owned by Bad Idea's Dinesh Shamdasani, who donated it for auction, With an estimated value of over $10,000, it is currently only on $1,200 – which, with just[...]
Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri, Adam Hughes Cover Detective Comics #1027
We looked at the first five covers to Detective Comics #1027 on Bleeding Cool the other day, as we pointed out that the next Batman event to follow Joker War and Death Metal will begin in the extra-long issue, and that it also confirms the cancellation of the Generations series with this prebiew as at[...]
Marc Silvestri, Holding Out on a Greg Capullo Deal For Batman/Joker
Bleeding Cool has learned that one of the projects that DC Comics was hoping to come out of shutdown with, was Marc Silvestri's Batman comic book, Batman/The Joker: Deadly Duo. Image Comics co-founder and partner, creator of Witchblade, Cyberforce and The Darkness, Marc Silvestri has been working on a Batman project for many years and Bleeding[...]
DC Officially Rebrands, Dropping Vertigo
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. DC Comics Distribution and the 10 most-read stories yesterday DC Comics Will Use Other Distribution Methods To Get Comics to Stores The X-Men Archangel Soars with New Iron Studios Statue DC Publish Selection of Digital Comics, Wednesday April 1st Ubisoft Releases The "Just Dance 2020" Song List "The Walking Dead":[...]
Andy Diggle and Alessandro Vitti Continue Kirkman and Silvestri's Hardcore in December
Image Comics has announced a new series for Hardcore, the 2012 comic by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri, originally conceived years earlier as part of Image's Pilot Season Andy Diggle will write the new comic, with art by Alessandro Vitti and covers by Dan Panosian. Said Diggle in the press release: Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri's action-packed[...]
Cyber Force #1 cover by Marc Silvestri
He's not happy about it, either. Cyber Force #1 cover by Marc Silvestri Cyber Force #1 sits at that intersection between Robocop, the Six Million Dollar Man, DC Comics' Cyborg Stryker is now a cyborg, he's not sure how in control of his body he is anymore, and he thinks his body is no longer his own. What's[...]
Victor Llamas
The cause of death is said to have been medical complications after a lengthy hospital stay. Llamas got his break with Top Cow, honing his craft on the pencils of artists such as Marc Silvestri, David Finch, Billy Tan, Brandon Peterson and Joe Benitez He worked on some of the company's top characters like The Darkness,[...]