Thomas Alsop

An Eerie Look At New York's Hidden Story: Thomas Alsop Vol. 1 Arrives This Week

Called, “The Best Miniseries of 2014” by USA Today, Thomas Alsop, will be released as a graphic novel from BOOM! Studios this week Written by Brooklyn based writer and actor, Chris Miskiewicz, with art by Danish illustrator, writer, and cartoonist, Palle Schmidt, Thomas Alsop presents us with an eerie vision of the modern city we[...]

Thomas Alsop #1 Is Free On Bleeding Cool Ahead Of The Trade Edition

The collected edition of the first 4 issues of the critically acclaimed Boom! Studios series Thomas Alsop, written by Chris Miskiewicz, with art by Palle Schmidt arrives on April 29th in comic shops and May 5th in bookstores The four issues of the series make for a substantial collection, including the variant cover for the[...]

Bleeding Cool's Best Comic Panels of 2014

Williams IIIHannah Means-Shannon's choices are:The Cigar That Fell In Love With A Pipe, by David Camus and Nick AbadzisFear, My Dear: A Billy Dogma Experience, by Dean HaspielSchmuck: Discotheque, by Seth Kushner and George Jurard Buzz Tippett's choice is:  Savage Dragon #199 by Erik Larsen Every page was a double page spread! The panels[...]

31 Thoughts About 31 Comics – The Walking Dead, Death Of Wolverine, MPH, Batman Eternal, Ms Marvel, Caliban, Constantine, Death Vigil, Velvet, Copperhead, Regular Show, Amazing Spider-Man, Spread, Edge Of Spider-Verse,Thomas Alsop, Rot & Ruin, Suicide Risk, Avengers, Inhuman, Hawkeye, Magneto, Black Market, My Little Pony, Cyanide And Happiness, GI Joe, Hexed, Judge Dredd, Transformers, Teen Dog, TMNT and Wilds End

In The Walking Dead...In the launch of Copperhead...While over in Amazing Spider-Man, Black Cat steps up as a criminal overlord...Plays a similar role in Edge Of Spider-Verse: Spider-Man Noir...And Catwoman does the same in Batman Eternal.Swipe file?Thomas Alsop #4 meets someone who also knows what she wants...While Rot & Ruin #1 celebrates the brave female[...]

Preview Boom's New York Set Occult Thriller Thomas Alsop

I have to confess that Thomas Alsop caught my attention some time ago, when I first heard of this strange occult story in genesis form by word of mouth and discussion in Brooklyn, and learning that the artwork was by globe-trotting Danish artist Palle Schmidt, a master of noir and mood, only piqued my interest[...]