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Hip Hop Cyberpunk Robin Hood GN Quarter Killer Hits ComiXology Today

ComiXology is happy to oblige this week with Quarter Killer, a new 140-page original graphic novel by Vita Ayala, Danny Lore, Jamie Jones, and Ryan Ferrier available today Described as a "Hip-Hop cyberpunk Robin Hood of the 'hood," the digital graphic novel is available for an introductory price of $.99, which is a great deal[...]

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Exclusive: Ryan Ferrier and Alejandro Aragon Team for Death Orb

Writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Alejandro Aragon take readers on a wild ride through their post-apocalyptic American landscape filled with death cults, raiders, mutant psychics and mad scientists. Follow Rider, a heartbroken, axe-wielding wasteland survivor in search of his wife and son as he cuts a bloody path across a war-torn country in the throes of[...]

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Dark Horse to Publish All-Ages Criminy OGN by Roger Langridge and Ryan Ferrier

Dark Horse announced via press release Wednesday that they will publish a new original graphic novel by writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Roger Langridge called Criminy in September Described as a "humorous, absurd tale about a family on the run," the book's synposis is below: Criminy follows Daggum Criminy as his peaceful life is suddenly interrupted[...]

BOOM! Studios Is Launching A Rocko's Modern Life Comic By Ryan Ferrier And Ian McGinty

BOOM! Studios and Nickelodeon are teaming up to produce the ongoing series, with the creative team of Ryan Ferrier and Ian McGinty Each issue of the comic will feature backup stories by creators including Tony Millionaire, KC Green, and David DeGrand.The premise: Rocko, Spunky, Heffer, Filburt, the Bigheads, and the entire cast of O-Town are back,[...]

Beautiful Canvas #1 Review: Crimes Of Sound And Fury Signifying Nothing

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Beautiful Canvas is a new crime (ish?) comic out this week from Black Mask Studios. I say "crime-ish" since it seems to have a crime story at the heart of it, buried as it is under a few layers of super powers, made-for-TV-movie characters and baffling dialog choices. (Seriously, can anyone tell me what […]

The Prison Musical Kennel Block Blues Comes To An End Tomorrow

This limited series is written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, and even though it may look like a light read, there's real depth here.Even though they’re singing dogs, these anthropomorphic characters are easy to love Over a short four issues, I became emotionally invested in the success of their mission[...]

Death Themed Heavy Metal #279 On Stands Now

A newsstand/comic shop cover by Mike Mitchell & Aaron Horkey, the subscriber/comic shop cover by Jeff Dekal and the special “Gene Kong” cover by Pepe Moreno, available exclusively at Heavy Metal.com. Ryan Ferrier and Hugo Petrus bring us “Children of Russia” where a dying man has some dire confessions to tell to a priest, who tries[...]

Who Doesn't Love An Angry Chihuahua? Kennel Block Blues #2…The Musical Continues

From BOOM! Studios, written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, this issue continues the drama as Oliver and his crack team cook up the perfect routine full of distractions, misdirections, and red herrings to distract the guards and stage their prison break. But let me ask you, what's better than an angry chihuahua? Nothing[...]

Sing-A-Long With This Comic: 3 Reasons Why You Should Read Kennel Block Blues #1

It’s written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, and it should absolutely be on your pull list Here are three reasons why…One: Singing dogs...Need I say more? It's like a broadway musical in comic book form...except way better because it's in a prison with dogs Which leads me to my next reason...Two: It's[...]

An Anthropomorphic Prison Musical: Advance Review Of Kennel Block Blues

Written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Daniel Bayliss, Kennel Block Blues is an anthropomorphic prison drama that will stay with you The story follows Oliver, a good family dog But when he’s sentenced to Jackson Kennel without warning, and instantly placed on Death Row, things get complicated With the rest of his fellow inmates[...]

A New Ryan Ferrier And Daniel Bayliss Comic Coming From Boom!… (UPDATE)

This looks like some advance animated gifness for a new comic series from Ryan Ferrier and Daniel Bayliss Two anthropormophic characters with very different states of being...Ryan is well known for Curb Stomp and D4VE, Daniel for Translucid Together they fight crime.. or do comics about it.UPDATE: ComicVine have another two in the vein... [...]

Three gangs. Five girls. No way out. Curb Stomp TP To Release This January

Written by Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi, Curb Stomp follows Machete Betty as she leads a small gang of women under the self-appointed task of protecting their home of Old Beach, one of three boroughs surrounding a rich metropolitan city When Betty takes the life of a rival gang member in an act of self-defense,[...]

Reading Hey, Wait… With D4VE's Ryan Ferrier: The Bleed Podcast 46

The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion. It's time to welcome the unsung hero of comic book creative teams: the Letterer. And this week we're bringing on letterer extraordinaire, Ryan Ferrier! (It doesn't hurt that he […]

Advance Review: Curb Stomp #4 Proves It's A Memorable Series

This week brings us the final issue of Curb Stomp, from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde Thus far we’ve experienced quite the rollercoaster with this strong group of women We’ve seen them at their best and we’ve seen them at their worst, but one[...]

Action, Controversy, And Shady Personalities In Curb Stomp #3

Curb Stomp from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde is a four issue limited series comic that centers on a gang, The Fever, that protects the streets of Old Beach The group consists of Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl, and Bloody Mary[...]

The Vortex Of Madness: Preview Space Riders #1 Out This Week From Black Mask

Written by Doc Unknown's Fabian Rangel Jr., with artwork by Alexis Ziritt, and lettered by Ryan Ferrier, it's a kind of explosion of strange energy and enthusiasm for the medium.The teaser for the series looks like this:Black Mask describes the first issue thus: From the galactic core to the outer quadrants, one name strikes terror in[...]