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John Layman Doesn't Want To Tell Us Anything
While at the Phoenix Comic Con this last weekend I had the opportunity to sit down with writer John Layman to talk about the coming end for his and Rob Guillory's creator-owned series Chew With issue 50 due out next month for San Diego, the series will have just 10 issues to go… and the[...]
SDCC 2015 Debut: Lady Action And Chew
As well as Lady Action appearing on the Paul Gulacy cover of this year's Overstreet Guide. They are also running a second annual Captain Action Custom Figure Contest, with the winner to be announced at Comic-Con. Participants will be asked to customize their 1/6th scale Captain Action figures as villainous characters. And here's the standard and variant slipcase covers[...]
Eisner Award-Winning Series Chew Gets A Tabletop Game From IDW
Like the comic, creator and writer John Layman will be involved in the text aspect of the game, while Rob Guillory will illustrate IDW Games enlisted the help of designer Kevin Wilson to create a fast-paced over-the-top card game worthy of the Chew name. John Layman described the process of working on the game as "a[...]
The Final Page Of The Most Recent Issue Of Chew Shocked Me To My Core
Death, dismemberment, drawing people in two, it's never safe to be a character in Jon Layman and Rob Guillory's ongoing comic book. But there are a few things you could be sure about That Tony Chu would make it to the end. That some of the many issues raised might be addressed in some vaguely satisfying way[...]
Chew #44 Gets Downright Nasty (SPOILERS)
Just dismemberment… …death and dismemberment… …and the death of loved childhood icons. Very few of these people are getting out alive. If you have ever been put off by this book's "chaos without too many consequences" – cyborg eye aside – here's where you step back on again. With a Tarantino-like story structure as well, what's not to love as[...]
Warrior Chicken Poyo, Foiled, Launched And Reviewed At San Diego Comic Con
Rob Guillory's art is energetic and dynamic, with enough Easter eggs to get you rereading every issue twice John Layman is an underrated writer, managing to hit the right note of black humor, intrigue and mysteries that actually pay off over time which make Chew one of the absolute best books Image produces. BUT! This… isn't[...]
Chew Card Games Announced In Las Vegas
The comic from John Layman and Rob Guillory has kinda invaded my life And now it has taken another step. At the Diamond Retailer Summit (dim sum-it) in Las Vegas (vegemite), IDW announced a deal (meal) with Layman (legumes) and Guillory (celery) that will create a new line of Chew tabletop games, starting in early 2015[...]
Rob Guillory On Miles Morales After Chew? Talking To Pros At ECCC
There will be funny moments, but not as much over the top slapstick as there is in Skullkickers. Rob Guillory is also feeling the winding down effect a bit, though the end of Chew is a few years off with #60 being the finale point As the series winds down he and John Layman have lots[...]
This Is What Everyone Will Be Buying Everyone Else In Comics – Plush Chogs
pic.twitter.com/VtK7iLaXHO — Rob Guillory (@Rob_guillory) May 4, 2014   For those unfamiliar with chogs, they are a a cross between frogs and chicken DNA, bred for food in a world where poultry has been made illegal, from the comic Chew by Layman and Guillory… and oh so creepily cuddleable. Here's what he said to Bleeding Cool earlier this week… [...]
Poyo Gets A Second Shot At The Spotlight With Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo
I doubt it'll be the only Poyo-related product on sale at that show… John Layman and Rob Guillory team up to bring back CHEW fans' most beloved homicidal cybernetic kung-fu rooster in an all-new CHEW spinoff series: WARRIOR CHICKEN POYO. Where SECRET AGENT POYO was CHEW through a James Bond lens turned up to 11, WARRIOR CHICKEN[...]