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Years After Its First Announcement, Groo Meets Tarzan in July
In 2013, courtesy of the Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Bleeding Cool broke the news that they were considering a Groo The Wanderer Meets Tarzan, Lord Of The Jungle crossover comic book. In 2015, we broke the news again, from the same Sergio And Mark panel at San Diego Comic-Con, just[...]
The Daily LITG, 2nd March 2020 – Happy Birthday Mark Evanier
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday Tonight's Doctor Who Rewrites The Entire History Of The Show (Spoilers) "The Division 2" Gets Release Details About "Warlords Of New York" "Doctor Who": Could Missy Actually Be The Master's Final Regeneration? Ten Thoughts About Doctor Who: The Timeless Children Jim Lee Says DC Comics[...]
The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Maybe Tom Show SDCC Panel
The answer, sadly is no, but that didn't stop a full room of people from having grand old time listening to Groo The Wanderer artist Sergio Aragones, writer Mark Evanier, and letterer Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo) be in classic form for this SDCC panel They started the panel sharing what was coming up for Groo[...]
Darkseid
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] To round out the month of Jack Kirby, we have Darkseid #1 to bring us tales from the shadows of Apokolips and give us insight into the head of its cruel overlord. The first story, by Mark Evanier, Scott Kollins, and Dave McCaig, tells of a trio of young revolutionaries who have been rebelling against[...]
Groo: Play of Gods
Toss in Groo, the catalyst for chaos, and it should all be fun. GROO: PLAY OF THE GODS #3 Writer: Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier | Artist: Sergio Aragones | Colorist: John Ercek | Cover Artist: Sergio Aragones Okay, so here we are in a new land full of gold We have pirates who want to seize all that[...]
Kirby: King Of Comics Now Available As A Way More Portable Paperback
This is his story by one who knew him well—Mark Evanier First issued in 2008, Kirby: King of Comics was the first overview of the legendary comic book creator's career It is now available in a smaller, more affordable package, revised and expanded for Kirby's centennial. While quite a bit of the content is just carried over from[...]
groo
Even without Groo, it looks like their plans may not have been that well put together, especially for the clergymen, whom are having trouble converting the natives. Meanwhile, the gods continue their debate over how responsible Diothos is for his followers. Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier have put together another highly entertaining story with this one[...]
Exclusive Look Inside Of Grumpy Cat / Garfield #1
The three-part mini-series is being written by Mark Evanier (Garfield and Friends) and drawn by artist Steve Uy (Avengers: the Initiative) and will hit stores August 2nd The series will include a story inspired and approved by Garfield creator Jim Davis. Summary: It's the inevitable meeting of these two loveable sourpusses!  Garfield, the reigning cynical cat[...]
Mark Evanier Brings Together Feline Sensations Garfield And Grumpy Cat In New Mini-Series
Grumpy Cat/Garfield will be a three-part mini-series from writer Mark Evanier (Garfield and Friends) and artist Steve Uy (Avengers: The Initiative) kicking off August 2nd And there will be a story inspired and approved by icon Jim Davis, himself. It's the inevitable meeting of these two loveable sourpusses! Garfield, the reigning cynical cat of newspapers and TV[...]
Ch-Ch-Changes: Mark Evanier Will Write Garfield/Grumpy Cat Crossover, Not Jim Davis
Last week, BOOM! Studios announced the super-mega-crossover event to end all super-mega-crossover events: Grumpy Cat/Garfield! That's right, two of comics' most iconic feline characters will finally share a series this Summer, and comics will never be the same again! The original press release said that Garfield creator Jim Davis would write the story: An exclusive partnership between Dynamite[...]
Exclusive Sneak Peek: Sergio Aragones' Groo: Fray of the Gods #4
This marked the return of the all-star team: Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier, Tom Luth, and Stan Sakai You have to appreciate that the solicitation text even calls it on the mini-series format. GROO: FRAY OF THE GODS #4 Writer: Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier Artist / Cover: Sergio Aragones Colorist: Tom Luth It's the last issue of a four-issue Groo miniseries, and we all know[...]