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Paul Tobin and Andrea Mutti bring back Bunny Mask from AfterShock Comics for a new series, Hollow Mask With a mask cover as well While Peter Milligan and Artecida launch a new London gangster series, Dogs Of London, all in the AfterShock May 2022 solicits and solicitations. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1[...]
REVIEW: Heist How To Steal A Planet #3 -- "Numerous Wicked Twists Of Misdirection"
(Vault Comics, creative team: Paul Tobin, Arjuna Susini, Vittorio Astone, Saida Temofonte) With numerous wicked twists of misdirection, a determined forger, a highly wanted scoundrel, a discontented socialite and more misfits start a lengthy and complex plan to, well, steal an entire freaking planet It's a clever plan, actually, and it gets a kooky spanner thrown[...]
banana sunday cover
Oni Press are bringing back the all-ages comic Banana Sunday by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover with a brand-new color edition with colors by Rian Sygh From the press release: Kirby Steinberg is having a bit of trouble fitting into her new school Sure, there's the usual problems associated with being from "somewhere else," but this time[...]
A Look Inside The Conclusion Of Tobin And Johnson's Bornhome
American Gothic Press has sent over a preview of the final issue in Paul Tobin and Jeff Johnson's sci-fi series Bornhome The four part series comes to an end this Wednesday as Captain Langer goes head-to-head with the Gray Man. With the epic conclusion for the battle for Bornhome, Capt Langer comes face-to-face with the Gray[...]
A Kid-Friendly Comic: Angry Birds Comics Relaunch #1 Review
The first one is entitled Angry Bird, and it's written by Paul Tobin, with art by Paco Rodriques, and the second one is Masterpig Theatre Presents: The Three Minionteers, written by Tobin, with art by Stefano Intini. Now I've never picked up another Angry Birds comic, but I have of course played the game in many different forms including Angry Birds: Star Wars (both[...]
Plants Vs. Zombies Comics To Be Collected Into A Boxed Set Next Month
Zombies boxed set collecting three critically acclaimed graphic novels! Eisner Award–winning writer Paul Tobin and artist Ron Chan deliver hilarious, action-filled zombie romps to your neighborhood as young adventurers Patrice Blazing and Nate Timely join forces with Crazy Dave to fend off several fun-dead invasions This deluxe boxed set includes Plants vs Zombies Volume 1: Lawnmageddon,[...]
Monsters Vs. Mechs In Gunsuits #2 By Paul Tobin And P. J. Holden
Gunsuits, the new series from American Gothic Press, is written by Paul Tobin and drawn by P.J Holden It's a monster vs mechs epic and we have 4 pages from the second issue for you to see. For more information on Gunsuits, click here. Gunsuits, the new series from American Gothic Press, is written[...]
A Look Inside Paul Tobin And Jeff Johnson's Bornhome #1
American Gothic Press has released a seven page preview for their new series Bornhome from Paul Tobin and Jeff Johnson The series, which is set to debut in July, is a sci-fi adventure about a pilot stranded on a foreign planet. Eton Langer is marooned on the planet Bornhome after his ship is knocked out of[...]
Sandy Jarrell's Process Art For King: Jungle Jim #4
The final issue in the miniseries hit shelves this week with a story by Paul Tobin and leads into the King Features Syndicate crossover event that includes The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician, Flash Gordon and Prince Valiant. The chips are down and there's only one thing Jim can to to save the day: HE GOTTA GET[...]
Rage Of The Fox Mother – Preview The Witcher: Fox Children #3 From Dark Horse
On June 3rd, The Witcher: Fox Children #3 will arrive, written by Paul Tobin and illustrated by Joe Querio They're continuing with some fabulous artwork and creepy tales that really celebrate the reasons why The Witcher has become such a popular video game which is story and world as much as gameplay. Dark Horse describe The[...]
Get Your Free Copy Of Plants Vs. Zombies #1: 'Lawnmageddon' Ahead Of New Series
Zombies series is definitely a madcap ride, and the upcoming arc is written by the multi-faceted Paul Tobin (well it makes sense because he's equally versatile at horror and humor), with art by Ron Chan and issue #1 of the new arc will also feature two stories by the great Dustin Nguyen. Plants Vs Zombies: Bully[...]
Famous Monsters Returns To Comics With Gunsuits
The publisher has a long history with comics having shared the Warren imprint in the 60s and 70s for the cult classic Creepy and Eerie and of course was the first home for FM Editor Forrest J Ackerman's creation Vampirella. This new comic book division, American Gothic Press, will feature such creators as Steve Niles, Paul[...]
Preview Gunsuits By Paul Tobin And PJ Holden From American Gothic Press
The series, which will run monthly for four issues, will be written by Paul Tobin, with art by PJ Holden (Judge Dredd, Numbercruncher.) Gunsuits follows main character Cassandra "Potts" Potter as she battles gigantic, scaly bio-weapons while simultaneously searching every available dimension for a way to win While Cassandra is a regular woman, that doesn't[...]
Paul Tobin Addressing The "Asian Elephant" In The Room With King: Jungle Jim
Gail Simone, writer of Red Sonja #15, talks with writer Paul Tobin about KING: Jungle Jim #2, both on sale now Covers by Chip Zdarsky and Wilfredo Torres. GAIL SIMONE: Let's deal with the Asian elephant in the room The white savior jungle story is full of elements that are really problematic today, significant problems with[...]
Dark Horse To Release New Plants Vs. Zombies Ongoing Mini-Series
Zombies miniseries. The series will be written by Eisner Award–winning writer Paul Tobin, with art by Ron Chan The story will focus on characters, Nate, Patrice, and Crazy Dave as they investigate a strange college campus Dr Zomboss's crime-filled college years will also be revealed In addition to the hilarious educational escapade, there will be two[...]
"We Wanted To Move Him Away From Earth." – Paul Tobin Talks Jungle Jim
Now we have Nancy Collins, writer of Vampirella #9, talks with writer Paul Tobin about KING: Jungle Jim #1, both on sale February 4th. NANCY COLLINS: Did you have any familiarity with the original Jungle Jim, either in comics format or the old B-movies starring Johnny Weissmuller? PAUL TOBIN: Some I was definitely familiar with the character,[...]
"What's A Little Vampirism, Here Or There?" – Nancy A Collins Talks Vampirella
Paul Tobin, writer of KING: Jungle Jim #1, talks with writer Nancy Collins about Vampirella #9, both on sale February 4th. PAUL TOBIN: So… vampires A lot has been written about why they're so ingrained in the public consciousness, but, enough with the other people, why do you yourself like them, and what do you feel[...]
"I'm Not Tarzan Because I Use A Gun" – Paul Tobin Talks King: Jungle Jim #1
David Walker, writer of Shaft #3, talks with writer Paul Tobin about KING: Jungle Jim #1, both on sale February 4th. DAVID WALKER: Jungle Jim is a character that isn't that well remembered these days, and this version seems quite different from the original Can you give us a brief overview, and then explain how your[...]
Bleeding Cool's 31 Best Interviews Of 2014
I'd like to thank those who engaged in interviews this year on Bleeding Cool again for sharing their perspective and wisdom with us, and with our readers. Here are some of the highlights from the interviews of 2014 from myself, Rich Johnston, Dan Wickline, Adi Tantimedh, Alex Wilson, Nikolai Fomich, and Jeremy Konrad: With Fred Van Lente:[...]
First Look Inside King: Jungle Jim #1
This series is being written by Paul Tobin with art by Sandy Jarrell and a first issue cover by Darwyn Cooke. For more on King: Jungle Jim #1, click here. We have another first look, this time inside the new King Features crossover from Dynamite, King: Jungle Jim #1 This series is being written[...]
Hankering For A Double Dose Of Horror? Preview Colder: The Bad Seed #3 And #4
Let's hope you've been paying attention to the return of Colder in Colder: The Bad Seed by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, from Dark Horse Comics Well, you might have been sleeping better at night if you haven't, since a comic concept that started out strong in its first arc has gotten downright terrifying in[...]