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Sina Grace Creates Superman: The Harvests Of Youth DC Graphic Novel
At San Diego Comic-Con, writer/artist/editor/publisher Sina Grace announced his upcoming original young adult graphic novel Superman: The Harvests of Youth, on sale on the 3rd of October, 2023 Yup, that's next year, I had to check I have lost all sense of time these days. The book looks at a young Clark Kent, in high school[...]
Sina Grace Sells New Graphic Novel, The Big Deal, to Random House
And has bought, in an exclusive submission, a contemporary middle-grade graphic novel trilogy by Sina Grace The first book, The Big Deal, features young Sasan Rad as he tries to navigate his Persian heritage with his American identity Sasan is determined to get the newest game console even it if means doing chores all summer, but[...]
Sina Grace Has A Spider-Pitch for Spider-Bitch
Sina Grace is a comic book writer and artist, and former editorial director of Skybound Entertainment He is best known for writing comics such Iceman, Jughead's Time Police, Go Go Power Rangers, Ghosted as well as drawing Lil' Depressed Boy and the upcoming Rockstar And Softboy. Sina Grace has also been checking out the Key Collector App and[...]
Sina Grace to Write and Draw Rockstar and Softboy One-Shot at Image
Sina Grace will write and draw a new one-shot at Image Comics in February, Rockstar and Softboy, the published announced in a press release on Wednesday The story centers around two gay BFFs hanging out with vampires, zombies, and witches at a house party, which just so happens to be one of the well-known Five[...]
Help – A Comic Book Kickstarter To Benefit The Hero Initiative
Conrad, Gab Contreras, Joe Cooper, Joe Corallo, Alex Cormack, Jorge Corona, Marcelo Costa, CRANK!, Frank Cvetkovic, Nenad Cviticanin, Tony Donley, Siike Donnelly, Rich Douek, Dave Dwonch, Matt Emmons, Taylor Esposito, Scott Ewen, Eduardo Ferigato, Nick Filardi, Bob Fingerman, Tony Fleecs, Michael Jan Friedman, Antonio Fuso, Alfie Gallagher, Dillon Gemmill, Kieron Gillen, Sina Grace, Frank Gogol,[...]
RuPaul's Drag Race's Dax ExclamationPoint On Getting It Together #1
Earlier this year, Image Comics announced Getting It Together, a new series by writers Sina Grace and Omar Spahi, artist Jenny D Fine, colourist Mx Struble, and letterer Sean Konot It was billed as "a fresh, updated spin on twenty-something, found-family dramedies like Friends." Starring protagonists Lauren, Jack, Sam and Annie as they explore modern friendships in "the era of[...]
Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: 2020 Halloween Special Review
Slice-of-life series like this were once staples of indie comics with series like Local, early work by Getting it Together co-writer Sina Grace, Lost at Sea, Blankets, and countless more Now, as this kind of work gets more uncommon from the major creator-owned publishers, it's interesting to see Image Comics put their weight behind this series[...]
Shadow Service #2 Review:
Getting it Together, the new Image Comics series from writers Sina Grace and Omar Spahi, artist Jenny D Fine, and colorist Mx Struble makes its influences and intentions clear from the cover: it's Friends for the modern era The cover works as an interesting visual elevator pitch, but does it tell a story worth reading? Getting it Together[...]
Did Marvel Comics Block Sina Grace From Writing IDW's Spider-Man?
Around this time last year, Jude Terror wrote about one of his favourite X-Men titles, Iceman, written by Sina Grace And on Sina Grace's Tumblr post about his time at Marvel writing the book and a lack of support from Marvel while he dealt with online harassment as well as a lack of support and[...]
Sina Grace on Writing Iceman at Marvel: "I Was Surrounded by Cowards"
As has been documented in various Bleeding Cool articles throughout the course of the book's two series, one of my personal favorite X-Men comics of the past few years was Iceman, written by Sina Grace, and drawn it its first volume by Alessandro Vitti and Robert Gill and in its second and concluding one-shot by[...]
Jughead's Time Police Returns to Archie in June, From Sina Grace and Derek Charm
Now we know what writer Sina Grace was teasing when he announced his time with Marvel would come to an end with the (now-delayed) Uncanny X-Men: Winter's End one-shot. As my chapter at Marvel comes to a close w/ the beautiful Uncanny X-Men: Winter's End special, my destiny truly begins when I announce the character I[...]
Iceman Gets an Uncanny X-Men: Winter's End One-Shot in February
Fans already mourning the coming end of Sina Grace and Nathan Stockman's excellent Iceman mini-series will get a reprieve with one extra Iceman comic coming in February Revealed EX-X-XCLUSIVELY on Adventures in Poor Taste, Grace and Stockman will bring their chilly hero to a one-shot called Uncanny X-Men: Winter's End The website also has an[...]
Iceman #1 cover by W. Scott Forbes
The studious X-reader knows that the Morlocks suffered a mutant massacre once, and Iceman and Bishop are the ones to stop it again. This book does read more like a traditional superhero comic than Sina Grace's previous series with Marvel's coolest (literally) mutant While that series had plenty of action, it focused more on Bobby's personal[...]
Sina Grace Says Capitalism to Blame for the Return of Iceman
Back in June, we learned that the cult-favorite Iceman comic would return with a five-issue miniseries in September after being unceremoniously canceled as part of a massive culling across Marvel's lineup. In an interview with Newsarama, writer Sina Grace revealed the reason why Marvel decided to bring the book back. Blame capitalism! The original series kind of[...]
[Breaking] New Iceman #1 Villain, Plus More Series Details Revealed at SDCC 2018
Info and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool's Marcos Salinas: Sina Grace's Iceman is make a return at Marvel to the delight of those of us who like… well, just damn good comic books. Today at San Diego Comic-Con, we are learning more details about the returned series First and foremost, we have the first villain: Mister Sinister. That's right, Nathaniel Essex will[...]
Now Iceman Returns in September, from Sina Grace and Nathan Stockman
Following up on yesterday's news that Unstoppable Wasp would return from Marvel in September, the House of Ideas today announced that Iceman, whose solo was canceled back in December 2017, will return with another volume (and a shiny new #1 issue) in September, by writer Sina Grace and TMNT villain Nathan Stockman It's almost as if…[...]
Iceman #11 Cover by Kevin Wada
Sina Grace has proven himself a master of, if not solo X-Men stories, at the very least writing Iceman himself Bobby and Rictor have to maneuver through the new mutant's powers and emotions to save him and themselves, and the comic navigates the complexities of finding out that you are something that you have been[...]
green hornet
This is the finale to Sina Grace and Robert Gill's charming and frosty epic How will it go down? Infinity Countdown #1 cover by Nick Bradshaw Infinity Countdown #1 The actual for-real-this-time beginning to the Infinity Countdown series by Gerry Duggan and Aaron Kuder, the battle to unite the Infinity Gems begins! While I was no fan of the Prime issue, I enjoyed the Adam Warlock one-shot[...]
Iceman #10 Cover
Deadpool, so we're happy to be moving onto one of our favorites: Iceman! Iceman #10 Writer: Sina Grace Pencilers: Robert Gill Inkers: Robert Gill and Ed Tadeo Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Kevin Wada Iceman was left in big trouble at the conclusion of the previous issue During a going away party for Bobby before he moves to Los Angeles with[...]
Iceman #9 cover by Kevin Wada
The two make a solid artistic team. Iceman #9 is a great read, and Sina Grace has a fantastic grasp of the character while taking Bobby in new directions previous writers have not The comic is emotionally engaging, and the artistic team is quite talented.  I definitely see why Joe Glass loves this one so much. I highly[...]
And Now Iceman is Confirmed Canceled Too
Iceman writer Sina Grace confirmed on Twitter tonight that Iceman has been canceled with March's Iceman #11 Grace's post comes after speculation about the book's future due to the finality of its solicit, as well as the confirmed cancellation of Hawkeye, Generation X, and Gwenpool, as well as the suspected cancellation of America, Luke Cage,[...]