Bernie Wrightson

DYNAMITE EXPANDS ITS HIGH-END ART EDITION PROGRAM

WITH JOSE GONZALEZ’S VAMPIRELLA, WALTER SIMONSON’S BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, AND EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ JOHN CARTER: WARLORD OF MARS – THE MARVEL YEARS

Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces the expansion of their Dynamite Art Edition line to include three new high-end collections that meticulously reproduce the actual storyboard and cover artwork from classic 1970s comic books. Continue reading

‘68: HALLOWED GROUND Print on Sale in Memory of Josh Medors

Special edition print to benefit the family of Josh Medors

The creators of the Image Comics series ‘68 are proud to present a limited collector’s edition print in memory of the late comics artist Josh Medors.

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Swamp Thing gets a makeover

In tandem with Swamp Thing writer Scott Snyder, series artist Yanick Paquette has given DC’s shambling muck monster a whole new look. As revealed on the cover to issue #8 [pictured together with some of the artist’s concept sketches), the Len Wein/Bernie Wrightson creation now apparently has antlers (or maybe a crown) body armour, and boots made of bark as well as a really funky pair of wings.

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CREEPY & EERIE get ghoulish on Dark Horse Digital!

Just when you thought your day couldn’t get any more menacing, Dark Horse Comics announces the frightening addition of its Creepy comics relaunch to the annals of Dark Horse Digital!

Creepy #8 is available today on Digital.DarkHorse.com, as well as in print, for $4.99. Uncle Creepy has unearthed another malicious mag’s worth of terror. Waiting in these pages are brand-new stories from Jeff Parker (ThunderboltsHulk), Colleen Coover (X-Men: First Class), Rick Geary (A Treasury of Victorian Murder), Doug Moench (Batman), and Kelley Jones (Criminal Macabre), all wrapped up in a cover from horror master Richard Corben (Hellboy, classic Creepy and Eerie).

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