By: Nicole D’Andria Justin Gray has taken us to the west before with Jonah Hex and All-Star Western. Now, he returns to the western genre with Billy the Kit, a rabbit gunslinger who wants vengeance against a tornado god. After a tornado god kills his family, sole survivor Billy Langham vows to get his vengeance. Billy learns from the profanity-spewing martial arts master Luther the Goat and becomes a gunslinger hunting tornado gods. The world of Billy the Kit is created by writer Justin Gray (Standstill, TheAdventures of Penelope…Read More
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Kickstart the Week(end) with Standstill #2
By: Nicole D’Andria Find out what happens when 90% of the people in the world stopped moving? Writer Justin Gray (The Monolith, Jonah Hex) explore this concept in the world of his survival horror comic book series that we’re featuring this week: Standstill. This apocalyptic tale explores the real dangers that can come about when 90% of the world’s population are alive but paralyzed and unable to escape. In addition to Justin Gray writing the story, Jimmy Broxton (Vampirella, Knight and Squire) will be doing the artwork. There are also…Read More
DC Comics Teases Looney Specials!
DC Comics Teases Looney Specials! DC Comics is teasing new team-ups! Back in December DC Comics announced that in March 2017 they will have crossover annuals that will feature back-up previews of the next wave of Hanna-Barbera titles. This new set of teaser images shows some of our favorite DC Comics characters teaming-up with some of our favorite Looney Tunes characters, with the May 2017 solicitations coming out soon, DC Comics could announce a similar crossover annual/special theme for May. The titles include: Batman/Elmer Fudd, Jonah Hex/Yosemite Sam, Lobo/Road Runner, and…Read More
Kickstart the Week(end) with The Adventures of Penelope Hawk
By: Nicole D’Andria Today we’re showcasing The Adventures of Penelope Hawk, a novel by Justin Gray (The Monolith, Jonah Hex). Sixth grader Penelope Hawk is on a fantastical quest to save her mother and the dream world of Marazia from the Nightmare King. Learn more about his project and enjoy an interview with the creator himself. Gray’s first children’s book, The Adventures of Penelope Hawk, is a 5.5 X 8.5″ 300-page novel for everyone ages nine and up. Penelope is an outsider because of her differences, but she learns about…Read More