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A look at promo art for Skullkickers (Image: Jim Zub, Edwin Huang and Chris Stevens)
Writer Jim Zub and illustrators Edwin Huang and Chris Stevens' Skullkickers looks to be the next comic book series making the leap from the printed page to the small screen, with Copernicus Studios Inc announcing on Wednesday a development deal for a 2D animated action-adventure-comedy series for adults Paul Rigg, President of Copernicus Studios, sees[...]
Catch Up On 33 Issues Of Skullkickers For Free
Are you a fan of Jim Zub's comic Skullkickers? If the answer is yes, then today is your lucky day Right now you can read 33 issues on the comics website. Haven't read SKULLKICKERS?33 issues of sword & sorcery action-comedy online for FREE: — Jim Zub (@JimZub) February 3, 2016 This tweet was incredibly fitting for me to discover[...]
Skullkickers Ends On #100 – Can You Write What Came Inbetween? #SK100
Ultimate Spider-Man #200, we are looking at you. Well, Skullkickers wants to play that game even though it's only up to 33 issues So it's last issue will be Skullkickers #100, but they are wanting readers to fill in whatver happened in between Tell them what happened in a missing issue by tweeting with the hashtag #SK100[...]
We Be Geeks Episode 110: Wayward Samurai Skullkickers With Jim Zub
Bleeding Cool welcomes back We Be Geeks, hosting a variety of guests and covering a wide range of geek topics. [audio:] Download We Be Geeks is back with another episode to amaze! Not only was there a new Age of Ultron trailer to discuss, but Jim Zub joined the geeks to talk Wayward, Samurai Jack, Skull Kickers and[...]
Jim Zub On Swearing At Thirteen Year Old Girls And Finishing Skullkickers
Talking to Wayward and Skullkickers creator Jim Zub, Ian tells me, Jim Zub loves how great Wayward is doing and shared a story of a unique experience he had with a young female fan at Rose City whose parents brought her over to his table "This 13 year old girl was super excited and her mom told me she's been[...]
39 Thoughts About 39 Comics – Interesting Drug, Trees, Batman, Nightwing, Suicide Squad, Chew/Revival, Sex, Crossed, God Is Dead, Thief Of Thieves, Skullkickers, The Star Wars, Peanuts, Elephantmen, Sheltered, Futures End, C.O.W.L., Midas Flesh, Deadly Class, Tanpopo, Batman Eternal, Southern Bastards, Dr Spektor, Nightbreed, Doc Savage, Bravest Warriors, Twilight Zone, Star Wars, Ghostbusters, Samurai Jack, My Little Pony, Transformers, Harbinger, Shadowman, Gozilla, 24, City, Dejah Thoris, X-Files
Not in Chew/Revival. Well it worked for Indiana Jones didn't it? Oh, no, wait, it didn't… sorry Skullkickers, your days are numbered. Even in George Lucas' first draft for The Star Wars, with very different looking characters, this still seems wrong. The bad guys in Thief Of Thieves betray themselves with their stomachs. In God Is Dead, Avatar Press[...]
Rob Guillory On Miles Morales After Chew? Talking To Pros At ECCC
Yes, he found some… Jim Zub was quite happy to talk about Skullkickers and how happy he was to have it back on shelves The launch of every issue of the last arc as #1's helped raise sales somewhat and that, along with its serialization online, has brought new readers to the title but Zub is gearing up[...]
39 Thoughts About 39 Comics – Original Sin, Eltingville, Daredevil, Catwoman, Larfleeze, Justice League United, Red Lanterns, Batman/Superman, Dead Body Road, Sheltered, Uber, Crossed, Gravel, Lazarus, Five Ghosts, Fused, Skullkickers, 24, Eternal Warrior, Harbinger, Star Trek, Regular Show, Turtles, City, GI Joe, Robotech/Voltron, Godzilla, Ash, Moriarty, Game Of Thrones, Lady Rawhide, Danger Girl, Rogue Trooper, Transformers, Shotgun Wedding, Bravest Warriors, Midas Flesh, Evil Empire And Peanuts
It's just not very Jim Shooter is it? While reading Five Ghosts I wondered if this is how Fabian Nicieza remembers his days at Valiant. Fuse gives us something closer to, well, Alex + Ada. And Star Trek #32 gives us something een closer. Skullkickers, like George Lucas,  knows the money is in the merchandise. While Regular Show remembers[...]
Shop At Legend Comics & Coffee In Omaha? The Skullkickers Are On Carl.
Comic creator Jim Zub, behind Skullkickers for Image Comics and many more projects around the industry tells Bleeding Cool, Skullkickers fan Carl Smith contacted me late last year to ask me for help putting together a special promotion with his local comic shop When he told me his plan, I honestly didn't believe he was serious[...]
Jim Zub Talks About Writing, Motivation And Working In Comics
Jim Zub has gone from Makeshift Miracle to Skullkickers and now to Pathfinder for Dynamite Entertainment Arvid Nelson chatted with Zub about his career and how he deals with the comic industry. ARVID NELSON: I won't ask you "how did you break into comics?" because you've already got a great essay on your site ( but[...]
Something Missing In The Skullkickers Treasure Trove Vol 2
Did you get your Skullkickers Treasure Trove Vol 2 from Amazon looking like this? When it should have looked like this? Than you may have a misprinted copy, with a page from the previous volume instead of this one Amazon will give you a replacement if you report it Reprinted copies will be available at NYCC, and[...]
Twenty Thoughts About Twenty Comics Today – Morning Glories, Secret, Justice League, Itty Bitty Hellboy, Super Dinosaur, Angel And Faith, Mind The Gap, Skullkickers, Lazarus, Massive, Think Tank, Sex, Peanuts, Steed And Mrs Peel, Fanboys Vs Zombies, Regular Show, Uncanny X-Men, New Avengers, Wolverine & The X-Men, Uncanny Avengers
It looks like it may be leaking out into his other work, such as this Skullkickers pinup. Even Peanuts is getting in on the love action, seriously where will this end? When Lazaruses flirt, it just gets a little creepy Like watching real Japanese robots dance.You know you can get sex robots now, right? Well, Mrs Peel does[...]
The Uncanny Weekly Bleed The Weekly Bleeders report: Toni was out at a fitting for this weeks show so we had our production manage,
The Power Of Uncanny
Jim Zub reports on the sales bump given to Skullkickers by renaming it Uncanny Skullkickers for one issue, in light of Uncanny Avengers and Uncanny X-Force joining Uncanny X-Men at Marvel. Something I'm sure Nicky Barrucci hopes will be repeated with Uncanny #1 and William D Hodge the same with The Uncanny #1.   Jim Zub reports[...]
Uncanny Skullkickers Changes To Savage Skullkickers In March
In February, Skullkickers changed its name to Uncanny Skullkickers, modelled itself after Marvel's current three titles with Uncanny in the name and relaunched with a new issue one Although really it was just issue eighteen with a grab for some new eyeballs and enw orders. Well now they are doing it all again in March, modelling[...]