Find out more about Trve Kvlt – the upcoming fast food satanic caper from IDW Publishing – and read five pages from the debut issue.
Continuing our 2000 AD celebration, Tom Shapira digs into the dog-eat-dog world of the thriller series Button Man.
My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies is the upcoming graphic novel by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips which explores the romantic notion of drug use, which in this tale leads to a dangerous romance of murder. Read on to see a generous 9-page preview.
I had a chat to Frank J Barbiere, writer of Violent Love, about what the comic is all about, his love for the early 70’s and the creative process that went into making it.
If you have ever enjoyed a good detective novel or are a fan of film noir, Tumor will feel like an old story that got lost in the 1930s. Tumor follows Frank Armstrong, a private detective with a terminal brain tumor. If you want to see how well thought out art and writing can make a comic something special, Tumor is definitely for you. Click to read the review by guest writer James Ristig.
Drenched in hard-boiled noir over a backdrop of post-WWII Hollywood, The Fade Out is the new series by superstar creative team Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Exploring the gritty side of Hollywood in the late 40s, this new crime series from Image Comics weaves an edge of your seat narrative that is set to be the teams’ most ambitious work to date. Take a look at a preview inside.