Lazarus is an Image comic written by Greg Rucka and drawn by Michael Lark. It's set at least fifty to sixty years in the future, when the world economies have collapsed and corporations have instead taken over territory, instituting a new feudalism. There's the Families, the Serfs who follow them...and everyone else…
Since io9 is looking at the spy genre, it would be remiss of me not to talk about one of the very best spy shows ever made, The Sandbaggers. It's unfortunate that it's not as well known as it should be, because it's also one of the most realistic spy shows ever made.
Daniel H. Wilson's short story "The Nostalgist" is looking to become a short film, with a little crowdfunding help. There's also crowdfunding campaign running for an outdoor survival tablet, a collection of Greg Rucka's steampunk webcomic, and a new collection from one of our favorite webcartoonists.
This is going to be a great year for comic book movies — but it's also shaping up to be a fantastic year for comics as well. There are tons of inventive, strange and just plain thrilling comics coming out in 2013. Including a Sandman prequel, a new DC Universe mega-event, Greg Rucka creating a brand new heroine, and a…
Firefly blended western aesthetics with space travel, and steampunk stories are frequently set in the American West. Greg Rucka and Rick Burchett's webcomic Lady Sabre & the Pirates of the Ineffable Aether takes steampunk, space travel, and westerns, and adds a crew of spacefaring pirates, led by a sword-wielding lady.
Greg Rucka has rocked the worlds of comics and novels for years, including memorable Batman writing, plus the Queen and Country series and the Atticus Kodiak books. But he might be best known for being a man who writes a lot of "strong female characters."
Earlier today, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg postponed his plan to evict the Occupy Wall Street protestors from Zuccotti Park. But what would Batman do in this situation? If protestors were occupying a major park in Gotham City, potentially disrupting business, including WayneCorp operations? How would the Caped…
In comics this week, Marvel does Something That Makes A Lot of Sense and hands Greg Rucka the keys to Frank Castles. Also, new crazy alternate timeline Batman and a bookshelf collection of Rocket Raccoon stories to display prominently at dinner parties.
Comic book writer and novelist Greg Rucka lists some of the craziest things he's done in the name of research. You can find out a lot of stuff on the Internet, but there's no substitute for real experience.
This week's comics are a grab bag of high concept and gorgeous art. Zeus makes loves to car engines in Hybrid Bastards, DC's Kate Kane gets an awesome hardcover treatment, and Tribes: The Dog Years is an animesque apocalypse.
This hard-as-nails espionage comic was one of the best books of the '00s. Now finished, Rucka is continuing the adventures of Tara Chace in prose. And he's just let slip a taste of his latest Q&C novel, The Last Run.
Batgirl's coming back to Gotham City after a long absence — but who is she? Her new writer's not saying. But at least we know what Fake Bruce Wayne will get up to, over in the Batman comics. Bat-spoilers ahoy!
Bruce Wayne is dead (or is he?), but the Batman franchise is back in full swing after three months of the meandering Battle for the Cowl. But with seven different Bat-related titles released in June alone, which are the must-reads?
Hope you've been saving up your pennies recently, because this week's comics are full of new treats for you to savor, whether they're Gotham Girls, deadly alien Predators, or Barack Obama in a loincloth. Okay, maybe not that last one.
With Transformers starlet Megan Fox calling her "lame" and the most successful writer in the American comic industry joking that she's "a walking STD farm," it's time to ask: Why doesn't Wonder Woman get the respect she deserves?
It's been rumored for years. It was announced at this year's Wondercon, and then denied again the very next day. But now letterer Todd Klein has ended speculation by confirming that DC Comics really is working on a new series starring "controversial" character Batwoman after all. And she'll finally show a part of…