Combining urban fantasy and globe-spanning adventure, Shutter is the new Image comic series by writer Joe Keatinge and artist Leila del Duca. Filled with excitement and fantastical elements, Shutter is definitely a series that is for those who have a sense of adventure. Take a look at the preview of Shutter #1 inside.
This week sees the launch of Iron Fist: The Living Weapon, written and drawn by Kaare Andews, which takes Danny Rand on a journey of bloodshed and revenge. The series is suitable for fans new and old and acts as a great jumping-on-point for the character. Take a peek at Iron Fist: The Living Weapon #1 inside.
For the 4th edition of Artist of the Week I feature the artist Frank Quitely. Best known for his work with writer Grant Morrison, Quitely has worked on a variety of projects including All-Star Superman, We3, Flex Mentello and New X-Men. Take a look at a gallery of his work, as well some reading recommendation inside.
Superman goes up against the toughest villain he has ever had to face, Doomsday, in the upcoming crossover – Superman: Doomed. Crossovers can be confusing, so I have created a Superman: Doomed reading order checklist to help guide you through. This checklist not only gives the preferred reading order, but also lists the release dates for each issue.
It’s that time again where I spotlight what I believe are the best comic book covers of the month! This time I showcase the best comic book covers from March, with many styles on offer from a range of artists. This month sees covers from Andrew Robinson, Jill Thompson and Alex Ross and a handful of others.
Filled with fantasy elements that look to be inspired by J. R. R. Tolkien, Sovereign tells of a world that has a resurgence of magic and magical creatures after a long absence. This series is highly recommended for anyone who digs Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones. Take a peek at 4 page preview inside.
From his creator owned to his work for hire projects, Sean Murphy has been creating dynamic and beautifully detailed art. This is why he is How to Love Comics’ very first artist of the week. Take a look at some of his fantastic artwork as well as recommendations so you can check out more of his art.