Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday The New DC Timeline To Begin in Wonder Woman #750 With Scott Snyder and Bryan Hitch "The Orville" Creator Seth MacFarlane […]
The Maxx is heading to the big screen, or possibly in a new series. Channing Tatum is teaming with producer Roy Lee in a joint production from studios Free Association and Vertigo Entertainment (no, not THAT Vertigo) of the cult classic 90's comic. No word yet on if the actor will also star in the […]
We know what some of these people are working on at Aftershock Comics. Or, at least, that they are working on something for Aftershock. But Sam Keith? Nick Pitarra? Wilfredo Torres? Ales Kot? Those are all new names in the ComicsPRO binder given to retailers today…. For more ComicsPRO coverage, click here….
By Bart Bishop Peter David has always injected his politics into his work. As early as his third issue into his 12-year long run on The Incredible Hulk, #333, he explored domestic violence and gun control. In 1994 and 1995, however, within nine months of each other he tackled AIDS and abortion in overt manners […]
By Nikolai Fomich Locust Moon Press's Josh O'Neil, Chris Stevens, and Andrew Carl have put together a fabulous collection of comic art talent to celebrate the first great master of comic art himself, Winsor McCay, and his seminal comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. This all-star roster of artists includes J. G. Jones, Paul Pope, Mike […]
By Eric Rezsnyak The Sandman 25th Anniversary Panel had a really interesting moment at the end. Neil Gaiman turned to Sam Kieth, who was the original artist on the series, and asked him how he feels about the property. What does he think about this thing that they started 25 years ago that still hasn't […]
It's a great piece of original art. Sam Kieth drawing Jim Lee's Deathblow and Rob Liefeld's Bloodwulf as well has his own Maxx in a series that predated The Maxx. Sam Kieth rarely sells his own art, so this is quite the rarity, and basically the first appearance of all these characters… And it's on […]
Title: Hero Comics 2011 Creators: Richard Starkings, Dougie Braithwaite, John Layman and Rob Guillory and Neil Gaiman, Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth. Covers by J. Scott Campbell or Adam Hughes. Publisher: IDW/Hero initiative Available: Booth #5003 High concept: The new fundraising book features 32 pages of all-new material, including an exclusive "Elephantmen" story by Richard Starkings […]