Jen Bartel wins best cover artist Eisner award
July 21, 2019
Jen Bartel, the artist behind Image’s Blackbird as well as the cover artist for numerous books from DC, Image, Marvel and Vault including Marvel’s Tales series, has won the 2019 Eisner award for Best Cover Artist at this year’s San Diego Comic Con ceremony for her work on Blackbird and Submerged.
Comic Book Movie Old Guard Starring Charlize Theron Lands At Netflix
February 21, 2019
Skydance films is producing The Old Guard, with Gina Prince-Bythewood (Cloak & Dagger) on board to direct, and Rucka himself is signed on to write the screenplay adaptation based on his own original material. his item about? What makes it interesting?
Blackbird Panel X Interview
January 23, 2019
This issue features an interview with the Blackbird team on their work, as well as a series of in-depth articles about the comics, including a look at the process of putting a page of Blackbird together. There's an exclusive Strip Panel Naked piece on storytelling approach, alongside other features on theme and story.
The Major Is On The Hunt In This Gripping Look Inside The Ghost In The Shell Comic Anthology
October 02, 2018
Ghost in the Shell is one of manga’s most revered and beloved series. Later this month, similar to its previous Attack on Titan anthology, Kodansha is releasing a new collection of stories by Western creators in the Ghost in the Shell universe—and we’ve got an exclusive look inside.
Comics Industry Asks ‘NYT’ to Restore Graphic Bestseller Lists
February 07, 2018
A little more than a year since the New York Times eliminated a number of bestseller lists—including the graphic novel and manga lists—literary agent Charlie Olsen has collected more than 900 signatures on a letter appealing to the paper to restore the comics lists.
Greg Rucka Leaves Wonder Woman of His Own Volition
April 12, 2017
Writer Greg Rucka has announced on Tumblr his departure on Wonder Woman, a book he launched with DC's Rebirth initiative. Rucka made sure to put everyone's mind at ease for the reason behind his leaving the title, which is solely that he needs to respect his commitments to his fellow collaborators, something he can't do with a twice-monthly shipping schedule.
Interview: Rucka and Fernandez Round Up The Old Guard
February 16, 2017
It’s a good day when you get a new book with Greg Rucka and Leandro Fernandez’s names in your hands. It’s been years since their collaboration on Queen and Country, but the creative duo has joined forces once again, this time to launch The Old Guard for Image Comics.
Letters Of Note: How Lettering Improves 'Wonder Woman' and DC Rebirth
November 11, 2016
Lettering is an art form that doesn’t get enough recognition in comics, and when it’s done well you’ll often not notice it. However, Wonder Woman by Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, Romulo Fajardo Jr, and Jodi Wynne incorporates the lettering in a few unique ways that add extra layers to the storytelling, and is emblematic of how a new approach to lettering is improving DC Comics on the whole.
'Black Magick' Comic Optioned By 'The Magicians' Producer For Series Development
July 21, 2016
In competitive situation with multiple bidders, Michael London’s Groundswell Productions (The Magicians) has optioned the Black Magick comic book series from New York Times bestselling and Eisner Award-winning author Greg Rucka and illustrator Nicola Scott for TV series development.
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