Dan Slott, former co-writer for the Batman Adventures comic book, spoke briefly to Comic Book Resources about three of his current comics projects. Slott drops teasers for upcoming storylines in his She-Hulk and Thing monthly comics from Marvel, and also talks about Big Max, a new comic from Mr. Comics that stars an “Ape in […]
Devil’s Due Publishing will be releasing a Family Guy comic book mini-series starting in April. Titled “100 Ways to Kill Lois,” the bi-monthly three-issue comic will be written by series writer Matt Fleckenstein and drawn by Benjamin Phillips. Devil’s Due also stated that the series will be collected later this year, and that sales will […]
Writer Paul Dini and artist Rags Morales will be teaming up on DC’s Detective Comics title starting this year, according to a comment at the end of the Dini/Morales team on (note: article contains spoilers for DC’s Infinite Crisis event). Dini confirmed that he will be writing “the Busiek/Pacheco Superman team” on his weblog, and […]
An image of what looks like Transformers based on steam-powered locomotives has been posted at Newsarama.com. The image is from IDW Publishing’s The Transformers: Hearts of Steel #1, the first issue of a monthly “alternate reality” Transformers comic book title. The first issue will be written by Chuck Dixon with art by Ted McKeever.
The following comic book previews are available on the web: AVAILABLE NOW – Buzzscope.com has updated its previews for comics released on December 21, including Ultimate X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 and X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2. AVAILABLE NEXT WEEK – Buzzscope.com has previews of Marvel and DC Comics coming on December 28, including She-Hulk 2 #3 by […]
Publishers Weekly has published a brief article about the licensed Disney comics coming from Slave Labor Graphics, a publisher usually known for darker, more adult fare. SLG publisher Dan Vado is quoted on the approach being taken for the new comics. The Haunted Mansion comic debuted in October 2005, with Tron, Alice in Wonderland, and […]
Devil’s Due Publishing has announced the trade paperbacks scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2006. Included are two G.I. Joe volumes, collecting the closing issues of the first Devil’s Due G.I. Joe series and the first story arc of the G.I. Joe: America’s Elite reboot, coming in January and February, respectively.