The final graphic novel in the She Could Fly trilogy by Christopher Cantwell, Martín Morazzo, and Miroslav Mrva hits stores in October from Berger Books.
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Maxwell Prince and Martin Morazzo's Image Comics series Ice Cream Man as a horror anthology (in October 2018) and that short-form content provider Quibi would be its home (in February 2020) In that time, both nothing and something has happened- "nothing" in the sense that we have yet to see the series and "something" in that[...]
On the bright side, she is finding leads on the Flying Woman. She Could Fly #2 cover by Martin Morazzo and Miroslav Mrva Meanwhile, Bill is having relationship troubles and worries that the people chasing him will find his sister. She Could Fly #2 continues to amaze me with its ability to tap into the struggles of Luna's[...]
She sees the worst way a thing can turn out, and she believes it will happen and will be all her fault. She Could Fly #1 cover by Martin Morazzo What sticks with me most from She Could Fly #1 is how accurate its depiction of depressive anxiety and OCD is I'm going to have the pleasure[...]
Dark Horse has sent us the exclusive first look at Martin Morazzo's cover for She Could Fly #3 Morazzo, also the interior artist, is working on a script from Christopher Cantwell the co-creator and showrunner of AMC's Halt and Catch Fire. The series, which debuted as part of Karen Berger's Berger Books just last week, is[...]
Just in time for summer, Image Comics is releasing a trade paperback collection of Ice Cream Man, the ongoing series by writer W. Maxwell Prince, artist Martín Morazzo, and colorist Chris O’Halloran that features standalone single-issue stories tied together by the titular Ice Cream Man.
Dark Horse has announced the latest new comic coming from its Berger Books imprint in July, from Halt and Catch Fire showrunner Christopher Cantwell, artist Martin Morazzo, and colorist Miroslav Mrva She Could Fly is set to launch in July, detailing what a press release claims is "the strange and poignant tale of the Flying Woman." The extraordinary[...]
Martin Morazzo (Great Pacific) was named as the artist. Prince, a huge fan of Sandman who tries to read that entire series once a year, described the series as "more Sandman than One Week In The Library." It's Sandman-esque, is what we're trying to say here Prince has plans for twelve one-shots, success willing, and the[...]
In my previous article on Generation X I discussed some serious misgivings about the premise of this new series, and I'd have to say they still stand. Art by Martin Morazzo and Felipe Sobreiro I will say, though, Generation X #4 did have some elements that did make me a feel a little hope The teen drama[...]
Despite some less-than-impressive art, I still have to recommend Occupy Avengers. It’s the most satisfying tie-in to Secret Empire I’ve read yet.
Maxwell Prince, Martin Morazzo and May Lopes, detailing what happens when art and life collide. Sounds esoteric, eh? IDW's panel is going on right now at NYCC, and several key stories are hitting as you might well expect. First up, the publisher announced The Electric Sublime (April 2017) by W Maxwell Prince, Martin Morazzo and May Lopes, detailing[...]
Creators of Great Pacific, Joe Harris (The X-Files) and Martín Morazzo (Vertigo Quarterly), are reuniting for an all-new ongoing science-fiction series
Creators of Image hit Great Pacific Joe Harris and Martín Morazzo are collaborating once again on a new sci-fi series. The new book will be produced