Preview: MPH #1 by Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo

MPH #1 Preview (Image)

MPH #1

A six page preview of MPH #1 by writer Mark Millar and artist Duncan Fegredo, courtesy of Image Comics – on sale May 21st, 2014.

 

MPH #1 (of 5)

story: MARK MILLAR
art / cover A: DUNCAN FEGREDO
colors: PETER DOHERTY
cover B: JOCK
Team Variant Covers: DUNCAN FEGREDO
Blank Cover Variant

MAY 21 / 32 PAGES / FC / T+ / $2.99

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WYTCHES, A Horror Series By Scott Snyder And Jock Arrives In 2014 From Image Comics

WYTCHES WILL PUT BLOOD-CURDLING SPIN ON MYTHOLOGY OF WITCHES

WYTCHES

Scott Snyder and Jock team up for an all-new ongoing horror series

 

Scott Snyder and Jock are teaming up for Wytches, an all-new ongoing horror series from Image Comics in 2014.

That is all I need to know.

Sign me up!

 

Press Release

Scott Snyder (Batman, Superman Unchained, SEVERED) and Jock (Batman, Wolverine, SNAPSHOT) will team up for a new, ongoing horror series called WYTCHES. Everything you thought you knew about witches is wrong. They are much darker, and they are much more horrifying.

WYTCHES takes the mythology of witches to a far creepier, bone-chilling place than readers have dared venture before. “I like taking classic monsters and reimagining them in a fresh, contemporary, and much scarier way,” said Snyder.

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Review: Pigs #1 (Image)

Pigs #1 (2011)Writers: Nate Cosby, Ben McCool
Artist: Breno Tamura
Colors: Christopher Sotomayor
Lettering & Design: Rus Wooten
Cover & Logo: Jock
Publisher: Image Comics 
Cover Date: September 2011
Cover Price: $2.99

Title: “Hello, Cruel World”

 

If you like mystery and espionage – then Pigs by Nate Cosby and Ben McCool is what you should be reading. In the present day, a second generation KGB Cuban sleeper cell is activated and it’s mission is to overthrow the United States government.

Pigs #1 is a very tight and well written espionage story that could have very well come from a best selling spy novel. As the story flips through two timelines, the past and present, we’re introduced to several characters along the way – even though they’re not fully explained.

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