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AWA Studios Releases Launch Video Ahead of March Launch of Their Comics

AWA Studios Releases Launch Video Ahead of March Launch of Their Comics [Video]

Michael Straczynski, Michael Moreci, Jason Starr, Will Conrad, John Lees, and Dalibor Talajic, along with AWA’s Chief Creative Officer, Axel Alonso, and Editors, Dulce Montoya and Jaime Coyne.The Resistance by Straczynski and Mike Deodato Jr is a political superhero saga Red Border by Jason Starr and Will Conrad is a crime thriller set at the[...]

AWA Studios Launches Retailer Incentives Ahead of 2020 Launch

AWA Studios Launches Retailer Incentives Ahead of 2020 Launch

Smith, a fantasy about the secret war between Heaven and Hell where an archangel ignores God’s sanction to fight the war on his own terms.Red Border by crime writer Jason Starr and Will Conrad, a thriller about a Mexican couple hunted by the Juarez Cartel who cross the border into the US where they face[...]

NYCC: AWA Studios’ “Upshot Now #0” Comic Now Available at Midtown Comics

AWA Studios' "Upshot Now #0" Comic Now Available at Midtown Comics

Smith, Red Border by crime novelist Jason Starr and Will Conrad, and the opening pages of Fight Girls by Frank Cho, HotELL by John Lees and Delabor Talajic, Year Zero by Benjamin Percy and Ramon Rosanas, Old Haunts by Ollie Masters, Rob Williams and Lawrence Campbell, and Devil’s Highway by Benjamin Percy and Brent Schoonover.This[...]


Batman Beyond #23 cover by Viktor Kalvachev

Batman Beyond #23 Review: The Identity of the New Scarecrow

He will of course, but it feeds the suspension of disbelief well.[caption id="attachment_907965" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman Beyond #23 art by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes[/caption]Will Conrad and David Baron give this book another good treatment, with Conrad’s slick and 3-D rendered style suiting Neo-Gotham perfectly The texturing is especially impressive[...]

Batman Beyond #22 cover by Viktor Kalvachev

Batman Beyond #22 Review: Enter the New Scarecrow

Batman’s struggle is quite compelling too; he’s trying keep the peace without punching out a random civilian.The one major flaw is this little girl that is amid the chaos and her awful, “O’tay” and “I’m ahfwaid.” I don’t care that some children actually talk like this, it’s pretty hackneyed and borderline cringe-inducing.[caption id="attachment_895808" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

Action Comcs Special #1 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Action Comics Special #1 Review: Another Great Superman Comic

Finally, Lois Lane is in a car accident which totals her car, and Superman finds a way to make it up to her.[caption id="attachment_839695" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comcs Special #1 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes[/caption]The Action Comics Special #1 is something of a last hurrah for the current creative team of Dan Jurgens[...]


Action Comics #999 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Action Comics #999 Review: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Cyborg Superman?

However, the ending is heartwarming enough to justify its presence in this comic.[caption id="attachment_811026" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #999 art by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes[/caption]Will Conrad contributes the artwork to Action Comics #999, and it largely looks quite good It has that 3D-rendered aesthetic, and I’m generally fond of it[...]


Superman: Action Comics #998 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Action Comics #998 Review: A Satisfying Finale to an Overlong Story

Even if he does, Big Blue and Booster still have to fight their way through four Kryptonians and an army of Eradicator drones.[caption id="attachment_804173" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #998 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes[/caption]Action Comics finally swings back around with #998 The “Booster Shot” story finally decides to reach an ending, and it[...]

Action Comics #996 cover by Dan Jurgens, Trevor Scott, and Hi-Fi

Action Comics #996 Review: Decent Story Hampered by Major Art Shift

With Will Conrad, we have a dramatic shift in style that does throw the story off somewhat Conrad is a great artist, and I enjoyed his work on John Semper Jr.’s Cyborg However, it fills ill-suited to this arc of Action Comics given that the likes of Dan Jurgens and Brett Booth covered the art[...]

Will Conrad Joins Action Comics Creative Team Earlier Than Expected

Though Will Conrad was announced as the artist of Action Comics #996 in DC's January 2018 solicitations earlier this week, it looks like Conrad will be joining the title sooner, according to an Instagram post:https://www.instagram.com/p/BaerrJ8HcFZ/Steve Pugh is currently listed as the artist for Action Comics #992, with Brett Booth and Joe Prado listed as artists[...]

Cyborg #14 Review: A Fun Comic With Stunning Art And A Lovable Guest Star

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]In the latest issue of writer John Semper Jr. and artist Will Conrad's Cyborg comic series, the villainous android Anomaly has just detonated a doomsday device, and Cyborg is left to fear that his world has just ended However, after a dream where a musician beloved by Vic tells him to “open his mind,” he wakes up[...]

The Buffy Season 10 Panel At Wizard World Portland Brings Out All The Talent

The Buffy cast seeks Dracula's help to understand the changes in a world where the rules of vampires are no longer the same.Scott Allie also talked further about Angel and Faith, touching on the new team on the title and, in particular, Will Conrad who drew Serenity originally for Dark Horse and had since moved[...]

Will Conrad Leaves Marvel Exclusive To Work On DC's Stormwatch

Best known for his work on Wolverine Origins, X-Men, New Avengers and many others, penciller Will Conrad, it seems, is no longer in an exclusive contract with Marvel When Conrad was announced as the new artist on Stormwatch for October with issue 13, some wondered if this was another case of DC soliciting a still-exclusive[...]