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Bad Idea Hid A Brand New Comic Inside Marvel Covers At ComicsPRO
/PLAYTIME/ a story by Mike Carey and Jonathan Wayshak, but wrapped in torn-off Marvel Comics Free Comic Book Day covers and left out in stacks, to be picked up for free. Bad Idea screencap Such as Siena Fallon, COO of Ultimate Comics, who revealed their copy going through their ComicsPRO swag Was this arranged at all? Either[...]
Mark Buckingham Redraws Miracleman Apocrypha For Miracleman #0
True Miracleman Romances, Miracle Tales: The Marvel Of Science, Black Johnny Stories have become Kimota's Miracle: The Man Whose Dreams Were Miracles: The Marvels Of The Metaverse, New Millenia Magazine and Miracle Funnies, which suit the new stories chosen to fill this comic. Sadly, because they chopped the original first line of this sequence, the final[...]
Bad Idea
Any copies ordered after that would  be Not First Printings.  Registered retailers can increase, decrease or otherwise amend their order from this link. But at the last moment, Bad Idea Comics have added details about the B-sides back-up strips in each comic, also from big names. Ark Story by Mike Carey and Kano, appearing only in Orc[...]
The Comic Creators With Special Thanks In Netflix's Sandman, And Why
First, here are all the credits as listed for Special Thanks: Episode 1:  Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Jack Oleck, Nestor Redondo, Jack Sparling. Episode 2: Gardner F Fox, Bob Haney, Paul Levitz, Joe Orlando, Jack Oleck, Nestor Redondo, Jack Sparling, Alex Toth, Mike Sekowsky, Mark Hanerfeld, Bill Draut Episode 3:  Stephen Bissette, Mike Carey, Steve Dillon, Gardner F[...]
Miracleman From Aaron, Carey, Templeton, Stegman, Gaiman & Buckingham
Miracleman #0 will also contain new Miracleman stories by Jason Aaron, Mike Carey,  Ty Templeton, Ryan Stegman, and more… But hey, Marvel mentions Stegman but doesn't mention his oft-creative colleague Donny Cates? How can that be? Will Marvel Comics really publish a new collection of new Miracleman stories by Marvel Comics creators, including artist Ryan Stegman,[...]
Mike Carey Joins TechnoFreak For #1 In August
In August they are publishing the British comic Technofreak, a sci-fi action adventure with the slogan "It ain't Marvel and it ain't PC." Already self-published, in 2018, the fourth UK issue is currently in production, it will be repackaged by American Mythology and will include a six-page story by Lucifer co-creator Mike Carey So odds[...]
Liam Sharp Draws New Comic Lycan, Written by Thomas Jane & Mike Carey
Mike Carey wrote the script, and it was called The Lycan for Thomas Jane's publishing company Raw Studios One that got away! I gave this piece to Tom to say sorry." At the time he said "It was for a job I had to stop because Madefire got funded and I was a co-founder Mike Carey[...]
Five Thoughts, One Bon Mot: The First Collection Of The Highest House.
One of Vertigo's longest running teams, Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Lucifer, The Unwritten), announced The Highest House at a French publisher Glénat to relatively little fanfare IDW debuted an English language edition in 2018 to less excitement than a Transformers spinoff Which is crazy, so in no particular order, here's five thoughts about the[...]
Dynamite is Having a Big Red Sonja Digital Comic Sale
There are 365 titles to choose from featuring the works of Michael Avon Oeming, Mel Rubi, Gail Simone, Walter Geovani, Mike Carey, Margueite Bennett, Aneke, Victor Gischler, Roberto Castro, Frank Thorne and many other creators But the sale is only good through today, May 17th You can find all the titles here on ComiXology. Red Sonja[...]
Highest House #4 cover by Yuko Shimizu
Mike Carey has written a truly unique story, and Gross and Alquier do a fantastic job of creating its visuals This one earns another strong recommendation Give it a read. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Moth is reeling from his discovery about Lady Shurubai and her servant, Lace As part of a deal for his silence, Shurubai[...]
Writer's Commentary: Mike Carey Talks Barbarella #6
Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary from Mike Carey on Barbarella #6 The issues has covers by Dave McCaig and Brent Schoonover with interiors by Kenan Yarar. Page 1: So here we are in the middle of our second arc Barbarella and Vix, along with the mathematician Vossamin, have dived through what turns out to be[...]
Highest House #3 cover by Yuko Shimizu
Mike Carey, Peter Gross, and Fabian Alquier have created something great with this book, and I highly recommend reading it. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Aldercrest family returns to Highest House, and this complicates Moth's partnership with Obsidian Moth is growing more defiant towards the voice and his superiors Plus, he grows a crush on Lord[...]
Mike Carey barbarella #4
Dynamite has sent us a writer's commentary from Mike Carey where he talks about Barbarella #4 The issue had covers by Stephane Roux and Vincent Aseo with interiors by Jorge Fornes. We wanted to alternate longer story arcs with done-in-one issues, which we felt would allow us to expand the scope of Barbarella's universe[...]
Writer's Commentary: Mike Carey Talks Barbarella #2
Writer Mike Carey goes through a page-by-page breakdown of the new issue that has art by Kenan Yarar and covers by Marcos Martin and Paul Pope. Page 1: The title of the issue, "Fall From Grace," was really prompted by this initial situation in which Barbarella and Jury Quire are falling from a mile or so up[...]
AfterShock Launches New Anthology Comic, Shock, with Neil Gaiman, Marc Guggenheim, Jim Starlin, Charles Vess and More
Presented in the European Album format (same as the recent Animosity: the Rise hardcover for LCSD), this handsome hardcover features the creative talents of Bill Willingham, Marguerite Bennett, Mike Carey, Jim Starlin, Michael Zulli, Charles Vess, Michael Gaydos, Andy Clarke, Andrew Robinson, Sarah Delaine, Phil Hester, Paul Jenkins, Neil Gaiman, Dalibor Talajic, Travis Moore, Brian Azzarello, Francesco[...]
Writer's Commentary: Mike Carey on the Important Messages in Barbarella #1
Mike Carey goes page by page through the first issue Here we also see covers by Kenneth Rocafort, Joe Jusko, and Joseph Michael Linsner with interior art by Kenan Yarar. Page 1: We had a lot of ground to cover in this first issue in terms of world-building – giving the sense of a society that's both familiar[...]
Barbarella #1 review
Now Dynamite has brought the character back in a new series from writer Mike Carey and artist Kenan Yarar. My feelings on this book are a bit mixed I love the various covers, with the Kenneth Rocafort, Joe Jusko, and Joseph Michael Linsner ones really standing out But that also works against the interior work, which[...]
Darkness Visible: IDWE Developing Supernatural Comic For TV
Less than a year after it was first published, Mike Carey (The Girl with All the Gifts), Brendan Cahill (The Harcourt Legacy), Joana Lafuente and Arvind Ethan David's (Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency) hit supernatural comic miniseries Darkness Visible is being adapted for television IDWE is set to develop, finance and produce the series; with David and Carey also[...]
Kenan Yarar Joins Mike Carey On New Barbarella For Dynamite
Dynamite has tapped writer Mike Carey (X-Men, Lucifer) and Turkish artist Kenan Yarar (Hilal) to work with consulting editor and longtime Barbarella brand custodian Jean-Marc Lofficer to create the new series. The synopsis reads: Earth's star-crossed daughter is back! When Barbarella wanders into a war zone, the theocratic rulers of Parosia arrest and imprison her[...]
Is Fox's X-Men Show Using Age of X As Source Material?
Age of X was a line-wide X-Men event by Mike Carey and numerous artists, that saw a drastically altered timeline where mutants were more aggressively hunted down by the government until a rebel movement, in the comics led by Magneto, created a massive Fortress X that was the mutants last standing ground against a permanent,[...]
Mike Carey Signing Fellside In Birmingham April 9th
By Olly MacNamee In conjunction with the Birmingham Comics Festival, New York bestselling graphic novelist Mike Carey (X-Men, Lucifer) comes to Birmingham's branch of Waterstones on Saturday 9th April for an exclusive signing of his latest novel, Fellside. It's described as: Fellside has been described as a thriller set in a maximum security prison on the edge of[...]
The Comic Book Background Of Lucifer
With the Fox television series set to debut on Monday, DC Comics has put together this video primer showing us the comic book history of Lucifer from his debut in Sandman #4 to his appearances in Batman and The Spectre and then finally his own Vertigo series by Mike Carey Narrated by Tiffany A Smith,[...]
Carey & Perkins' Rowans Ruin #1 Sells Out Before Release
Mike Carey and Mike Perkins are industry veterans with an impressive body of work between the two of them including The Unwritten, Steven King's The Stand, X-Men, Captain America, Hellblazer, and Astonishing X-Men Their new, original Boom! horror series Rowans Ruin is in stores today. We've received word that it is sold out at the distributor prior[...]
Batman Stories That Never Were – Mike Carey And John Lucas On The Dark Knight
I drew one page with batman on it. Mike Carey was the writer, right before he blew up.  Would've been a nice break for my career.  Ah, what might've been…? fans probably would've hated it. It was not long after I became a full time inker.  Drew very little for publication for 5-6 years. I traded it away years[...]
After 10 Years, Mike Carey and Mike Perkins Team Up Again For Rowans Ruin
Mike Carey (Suicide Risk, The Unwritten) and Mike Perkins (Deathlok, The Stand) are teaming up for the first time in over ten years for the haunting thriller Rowans Ruin! The story follows Katie, who has always had things pretty easy, growing up in comfortable circumstances in Florida But when she finds herself with a long summer[...]
Rowans Ruin, The New Comic From Mike Carey And Mike Perkins
Rowan's Ruin is the new Boom! series from riding-high-off-of-Lucifer Mike Carey and industry-mainstay Mike Perkins Here's the solicit… What's to Love: The team of Mike Carey (Suicide Risk, The Unwritten) and Mike Perkins (Deathlok) come together for the first time since 2005's Spellbinders for a taut horror thriller set in their native England[...]