The Mutant Nightmare Returns in the WARZONES! of YEARS OF FUTURE PAST #1!
Here’s your first look at unlettered pages of Years of Future Past #1, a Secret Wars series by writer Marguerite Bennett and artist Mike Norton, on sale in June 2015 from Marvel Comics.
You thought the horrors were over? Think again! It’s time to return to the ruined wastes of New York City once more in YEARS OF FUTURE PAST #1 – a new Secret Wars series coming this June! Writer Marguerite Bennett and artist Mike Norton take you back to the apocalyptic future of one of the most famous X-Men tales of all time – and the tragedies that come with it.
Archie Comics Reveals Full Line-Up of Variant Covers for Blockbuster Archie #1 Relaunch
Special landmark issue features covers from the comic book industry’s best and brightest.
Here’s your first look at the full line-up of 22 covers to the milestone Archie #1 by Mark Waid & Fiona Staples arriving July 8th, 2015 from Archie Comics.
Archie Comics shocked readers across the world with the announcement of this summer’s game-changing ARCHIE #1 featuring the blockbuster creative team of Mark Waid and Fiona Staples. Archie Comics is proud to reveal the full line-up of covers for ARCHIE #1 available in comic shops July 8th.
Action Lab’s Skyward Becomes Ongoing Series, Features Alternate covers
Action Lab Entertainment has announced that Skyward, originally a mini-series by Jeremy Dale, will be their first ongoing sequentially numbered series.
Starting with Skyward #3, there will be alternate covers featuring guest artists such as Stephane Roux, Mike Norton, Khary Randolph, Randy Green, Phil Noto, and Chris Giarrusso. Other cover artists lined up for future issues include Brandon Peterson, Tim Seely, Todd Nauck, Cully Hamner, & Gene Ha.
Action Lab Entertainment is happy to announce that Jeremy Dale’s Skyward will become the first true ongoing title for the independent publisher. Scheduled to debut at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, Skyward was originally envisioned as a six-issue mini-series, but it was decided, given the grand story that Dale wants to tell with the book, that an ongoing, sequentially-numbered title would be the best option.
In addition, each issue of Skyward, beginning with issue #3, will feature an alternate cover produced by some of the more popular and well-known artists in the industry. Confirmed guest cover artists include Stephane Roux (Witchblade, Zatanna) for issue 3, Mike Norton (The Answer!, Battlepug) for issue 4, Khary Randolph (Fanboys vs. Zombies) for issue 5, Randy Green (Teen Titans) for issue 6, Phil Noto (Infinite Horizon) for issue 7, and Chris Giarrusso (G-man, Mini Marvels) for Issue 8.
Mike Allred‘s MADMAN ATOMIC COMICS wrapped up in 2009 with issue #17, with Madman and Adam Balm on a universe-wide tour with their band, leaving the rest of the Atomics back on Earth. This is when writer Jamie S. Rich (Spell Checkers, You Have Killed Me) started dreaming up a plan for It Girl, Luna Romy, who can take on the properties of anything she touches.
The epic tale of blood and drool begins here! Keeping the tradition of its creator-owned mentality, Dark Horse Comics is pleased to announce its newest venture with Mike Norton—Battlepug!
“I was really happy when people first reacted to the comic. It’s hard to predict if the public needs another ‘Giant Pug Epic Fantasy’ story. I mean, we all know those are a dime a dozen, right? Luckily, the story of a barbarian’s quest for revenge with the aid of our favorite four-legged freak seems to have legs,” said Norton. “When I first made the Battlepug T-shirt, people kept asking when the comic was coming out. So, I put out the webcomic and now everybody wants to know when the book is coming out! I guess now people will want to know when the movie is happening?”