DC Remembers Darwyn Cooke 1962-2016

DARWYN COOKE 1962-2016 Today one of the industries great innovators; Darwyn Cooke has passed away after a battle with cancer. Most fans of Cooke’s work may remember his work with DC Comics with such classics as Batman: Ego,  Catwoman: Selina’s Big Score, and Justice League: New Frontier to name a few. Cooke’s work captured the characters on their most iconic levels and his redesign for Catwoman has endured for over 15 years. Today DC Comics sent a press release in remembrance of this legend. Darwyn Cooke will be remembered for…

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Booker Award-Winning Writer Margaret Atwood Announces Her First Graphic Novel

By: Nicole D’Andria Margaret Atwood, the Booker Award-winning author of The Blind Assassin, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Heart Goes Last will be releasing her first graphic novel ever. Dark Horse Comics will be publishing Angel Catbird, three graphic novels intended for all-ages. Angel Catbird is described by acquiring editor Daniel Chabon as “a strange mix of Will Eisner’s The Spirit, Grant Morrison, and Chas Truog’s Animal Man, and Ryan North and Erica Henderson’s Squirrel Girl… Angel Catbird is a humorous, action-driven, pulp-inspired story. And the only other thing I…

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Will Eisner’s The Spirit Full Creative Team Revealed

By: Nicole D’Andria Dynamite Entertainment previously announced they would be relaunching Will Eisner’s The Spirit. More details on the creative team and the series have been announced. Will Eisner’s The Spirit will feature a twelve issue story arc. The writer is Matt Wagner (Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity, Grendel) and the artist will be Dan Schkade (San Hannibal). Brennan Wagner (The Shadow: Year One) will be doing the colors. Each monthly cover will be drawn by Eric Powell (). The first issue will have variant cover art from Matt Wagner, Alex Ross…

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SDCC: Dynamite Gets in The Spirit (@ Comic Related)

Dynamite to Publish New Spirit Comics “Bringing The Spirit to Dynamite is a dream come true,” said publisher and CEO Nick Barrucci. “Actually, that’s not a strong enough sentiment. It’s a lifelong dream come true.” Read more at  Comic Related!

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