Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by KRISTIAN DONALDSON Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by JARED K. FLETCHER The Massive #1 opens in the not-so-distant future after a global phenomenon of epic proportions. From rising water levels to tsunamis, humankind’s way of life has changed drastically, and this first issue picks up somewhere in the scattered […]
Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by JAMES HARREN Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT Issue #4 finds Conan and the pirate crew of the Tigress preparing for the biggest haul to date, and yet, it places the Barbarian in the greatest risk to date: the known dangers of the hands of […]
Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by BECKY CLOONAN Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT My previous review of Conan the Barbarian was a bit on the harsh side, and I still stand by my earlier remarks…with some qualifications. After rereading my critique and issue #2, the problems still present themselves. What […]
Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by BECKY CLOONAN Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT This issue picks up with Conan seeking to subdue Bêlit, Queen of the Black Coast. The entire plot takes place at sea as Conan attempts to outmaneuver and out battle Bêlit’s pirate ship and crew. As readers familiar […]
Big news from WonderCon this weekend including lots of publishers moving forward with digital comics plans, a few new series and more. Friday: Mark Waid and Chris Samnee will be teaming up for a four issue Rocketeer miniseries from IDW Publishing. Speaking of Mark Waid, he’ll be relaunching his website MarkWaid.com as a digital comics […]
Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, Mark Millar, Frank Quitely, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Steve Niles, Howard Chaykin,Tony Harris, Scott Morse, Brian Wood, Ming Doyle, Nick Spencer, Riley Rossmo. Chances are there are at least four or five creators on that list that you follow religiously and if that’s the case then the following list should be […]
Definitely one of Kabooooom’s most anticipated comics of this year. Here are the first three pages of Brian Wood and Kristian Donaldson’s The Massive, courtesy of Dark Horse. The first part of The Massive appears in Dark Horse Presents 2 #8.