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The Daily LITG, 3rd November 2019, Happy Birthday Tomm Coker
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday "Crisis" Management: Casting News Will Make "Arrow" Fans VERY Happy The Todd McFarlane-Signed, Slabbed and Certified Spawn… That Wasn't Why Domino Refuses to Take a Blood Test in X-Force #1 [Preview] Why Adam Kubert Refused to Sign the Industry-Only Stan Lee Tribute Comic Our First[...]
Are You There Baal? It's Me, Mammon – The Black Monday Murders Vol. 01 Review
01 (out 1/25/17 from Image Comics by Jonathan Hickman, Tomm Coker, Michael Garland and Rus Wooton) is simultaneously a seriously intimidating graphic tome as well as being an absurd amount of bang for your buck (provided you're paying in American bucks and not worthless, worthless British pounds) It is so immense and packed full of everything it takes nearly[...]
Dark Horse, Rewriting The Classics: Modern Sci-Fi in Comics
Alejandra Bodden writes; Dark Horse publicist Aub Driver and Scott Allie (Editor in-chief) were joined by Mac Walters (MASS EFFECT), Tommy Lee Edwards (VANDROID), Josh Williamson (PREDATOR new series), Chris Schlerf (HALO), Tomm Coker & Torfi Frans Olafsson (CCP and EVE Online Universe). First, Driver went over MASS EFFECT FOUNDATION, showing us two new covers and letting[...]
Joe Carnahan In Talks To Write And Direct Warner Bros' Adaptation Of Undying Love
Joe Carnahan is keeping his future schedule busy, as the writer and director of The Grey is reportedly making a deal with Warner Bros to write and direct a film adaptation of Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman's Undying Love. The graphic novel was first run as a four-issue miniseries for Image Comics, and tells the story[...]
Creators Claim Monolith Back From DC, Image To Publish In European Editions
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray have waited the right amount of time for the book to be out of print, jumped through all the hoops they needed to and now, finally, have claimed their "creator owned" series Monolith back from DC Comics. The twelve issue series ran through 2004 and 2005 with art from Phil Winslade, Tomm[...]