While Batman has covered many genres over the years, psychological horror is not a genre that you would usually associate with him. But that’s that what writer Grant Morisson and artist Dave McKean did in the eerie 1989 Batman graphic novel Arkham Asylum: A Serious House On Serious Earth.
After years of gestation Wonder Woman’s entry into the Earth One line of DC Comics’ original graphic novels is finally here! Written Grant Morrison and beautifully rendered by Yanick Paquette, Wonder Woman: Earth One is the story of her early years and how she became the hero she is.
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.
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.
The Image Expo has announce many great new titles that we will all be hopefully reading in 2014. We have rounded-up all the announcements into one place for your convenience.