Continuing from a few weeks ago, here are a slew of comics Image Comics will be releasing in 2014. Nameless All Image released was the above image and that it will be written by Grant Morrison with art by Chris Burnham. However, I loved their
While every single person in the creative process is incredibly important, it’s often the writer and the penciller who get mentioned, with the inker sometimes getting credit as well. Yet without the colorist, comics would be a completely different medium. Hence colorist appreciation day!
By now, dear reader, you are familiar with the argument that Disney needs to get its Marvel characters back from Sony Pictures and Fox. They’ve done a pretty great job weaving together the Marvel cinematic universe around the Avengers. In the comics we have members
I really love reading comics about teams. Individual titles are interesting. They let you get a sense for what a character thinks of him or herself, and they show you what that person’s thoughts and actions are like when they’re interacting with a few other
While I was on vacation last week Image Comics announced a boatload of new series coming out soon. Here they are: The Fade Out I’m not a huge fan of Ed Brubaker, but I do respect his work on Fatale. It’s going to be ending
Hello readers of Comic POW! 2013 was a great year in which we were joined by two new, great writers. Tracey Mania and Kari Woodrow have really been knocking it out of the park with their articles. Last year I also started my series on
Marvel is releasing a slew of new titles to fill out their line-up in the new year and one of the first up for offer this January is Black Widow by Nathan Edmondson with art by Phil Noto. Marvel has had trouble finding a female
The introduction to Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow says that Alan Moore had a once in a lifetime chance. We can chuckle at that from our vantage point in the New 52 world. Frankly, I’m surprised that DC didn’t do another of these