Tomorrow's comic haul is a diverse batch. We've got one of the most beautiful (albeit offal-filled) fantasy books on the stands, the returns of Batman Beyond and Vertigo Comics' Spaceman, and a proper deluge of other staple-bound weirdness. Shall we?
2011 gave us a wealth of great new comics, which ranged from tales of moss monsters to feral school headmasters to martial artists with the power to make their limbs fly off. But what comic book debuts tickled our fancy the most? Here are our picks, in no particular order.
Look at that cover art above! Archie! KISS! Sabrina the Teenage Witch! Jughead! I'd accuse somebody of going inside my head and stealing my mental fan fiction, but there's no appearance by David Lee Roth as a pyrokinetic centaur! It's fair game! Without further ado, the comics in stores tomorrow!
You may remember comic scribe Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso from their critically acclaimed crime comic book 100 Bullets. Now, the duo is tackling dystopian science fiction with their new DC/Vertigo series Spaceman. Check out an exclusive five-page preview of next week's extremely grimy issue.
Two stupidly good comics are out tomorrow! One is about the hulking, living detritus of a clandestine NASA operation, the other is about Wolverine starring in a mutant-centric version of Yo Teach! Flights of fancy, ahoy!
Today, a new Wonder Woman series hits stands, replete with centaurs, scheming gods, and a stern and taciturn Amazonian heroine.
At the Crack Bang Boom comic convention in Rosario, Argentina, 100 Bullets scribe Brian Azzarello and illustrator Eduardo Risso announced that they would be teaming up again for Spaceman, a scifi comic in the same vein as Blade Runner.
Screw voluteering to lie down for 90 days for NASA: the National Space Society is offering a job as a Space Ambassador, with taking a ride into space as part of the duties. Yes— this is the kind of job you dreamed of when you were a kid, but you'd also have to "inspire the astronauts, space scientists and…
David Mach is a London-based sculptor who owns lots of coat hangers, so he made a spaceman sculpture out of them. He also made a giant gorilla and a hooker out of hangers. We have more images and a quick recap of his sculptural method.