Skottie Young Archives

Marvel Ch-Ch-Changes
But one solution is to bring other artists in to help out with the workload, which is why Bleeding Cool likes to run Marvel Ch-Ch-Changes to keep up with such things. Deadpool Nerdy #30 #1 was solicited as written by Fabian Nicieza, Skottie Young, Kelly Thompson, Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, Daniel Way, and Joe Kelly –[...]
Middlewest and Dragman Win Big Angouleme Comics Prizes
The Official Selection List was published last year, but today all the main awards were presented, aside from the Grand Prix which will be awarded in the summer. Middlewest and Dragman Win Big Angouleme Comics Prizes And for work originally published in English, my own favourite Steven Appleby's Dragman won the Special Jury Prize, and Skottie Young[...]
Angouleme Grand Prix Results Announced Today, Live
We'll be cheering for Stephen Appleby's Dragman. Other translated-from-English titles of note include The Invisible Kingdom by G Willow Wilson and Christian Ward, Mauretania by Chris Reynolds, the Complete Parker by the late Darwyn Cooke, Middlewest by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona and Rusty Brown by Chris Ware. SÉLECTION OFFICIELLE – Aldobrando – Gipi & Critone (Casterman) – Anaïs Nin sur la[...]
Skottie Young's Tank Girl in Albatross Funnybooks Feb 2021 Solicits
Skottie Young comes to Eric Powell's Albatross Funnybooks for the cardstock cover of the final issue of their 'King Tank Girl series by Tank Girl co-creator Alan Martin and Brett Parson. Here's a look at their full Albatross Funnybooks February 2021 solicitations. KING TANK GIRL #5 (OF 5) CVR A PARSON ALBATROSS FUNNYBOOKS DEC201151 (W) Alan Martin (A/CA) Brett Parson The[...]
Cover Stories
For fans hoping to catch up on the adventure before the new story arc begins, Oblivion Song Book One hardcover will be available on the same day, with the Image Giant-Sized Artist's Proof: Oblivion Song #1 hitting shelves available the following week. While Middlewest by Skottie Young and Jorge Corona will come to a conclusion this July with the final[...]
Issue 1 by Skottie Young and Humberto Ramos came out on March 4th That'll be a four-month gap which should, at least, give folk a chance to get ahead and catch up Anyway, this cover features one of the great breakout characters of the first issue, Doyle Dormammu, one of the many offspring of the[...]
The Daily LITG, 3rd March 2020 – Happy Birthday Skottie Young
Shoe Lane Library, Little New Street,London, 5.30-7pm Happy birthday to… By Pat Loika Skottie Young, cartoonist, creator of Middlewest, I Hate Fairyland and writer of Deadpool. Ruwan Jayatilleke, former Senior Vice President of Strategic Development, Acquisitions and Licensing at Marvel Comics. Comic book retailer Jon Browne. Dan Mishkin, co-creator of The Blue Devil, Princess Amethyst and Gemworld. Stephen Jondrew, co-founder of Project Fanboy. Emily W, comic book columnist. Subscribe to[...]
Preview: Strange Academy
With some lovely looking work from Skottie Young and Humberto Ramos But Bleeding Cool always likes to go one better so here are a few blurry pages from issue 2 already… UPDATE: Apologies, we early attributed the following page to Strange Academy, hence the original Krakoa reference, these are from the new X-Factor instead which,[...]
Marvel Has a Secret Skottie Young Project Page... What Are They Hiding?
Pip pip!" Why would Rich wake up at 4AM to tell us to write about what appears to be little more than a signup form so that Marvel can market future Skottie Young products to potential customers via spam emails? Did Rich wake up from a dead sleep, fresh from a vivid nightmare about this secret[...]
'Middlewest' Volume 1 Kicks off Epic Story of Magic and Adventure (REVIEW)
Middlewest Book One is an epic adventure story from Skottie Young's very vibrant imagination, with jaw-dropping art from Jorge Corona It's a pretty timeless book, populated with epic characters and seriously stunning art. //Credit: Image Comics The lands between the coasts are vast, slow to change, and full of hidden magics The town of Farmington has been[...]
'Middlewest' #7: Timeless Folk Tale with Contemporary Twist (REVIEW)
Skottie Young paces out the carnage for most of the book, with most of Abel's adopted family being effected by the fracas. //Credit: Image Comics I really can't say enough about Jorge Corona's art His style is in the same league as Young's, with big, cartoonish characters and an incredibly rich color scheme from Jean-Francois Beaulieu[...]