This week DC Comics released BATMAN ’66: THE LOST EPISODE #1, a special one-shot that’s based on an unused outline by acclaimed science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, adapted by writer Len Wein and pencilled by artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. We hope you check it out, but before you do, let's break it down...by the numbers!
The New York Times Bestselling original graphic novel HARLAN ELLISON’S 7 AGAINST CHAOS, with art by Paul Chadwick and color by Ken Steacy, is an extraordinary odyssey of mystery and adventure that will take you to the rim of reality and beyond.
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Earlier today, BLASTR announced that Harlan Ellison, science fiction’s brightest luminary, has joined forces with multi-award winning artist Paul Chadwick, creator of the incomparable Concrete, to bring you HARLAN ELLISON'S 7 AGAINST CHAOS, a graphic n
I eagerly anticipate the next issues of Green Lantern, Action, Detective and Brightest Day each month as much as the next guy, but I'll take a few paragraphs here to talk about a book that's quietly snuck its way to the top of my read pile each week it's been released.
Just got off the phone with Brian. He’s gotta make a few simple adjustments on the next FIRST WAVE script.
• Gotta call Rags Morales. Let him know everybody in the office is slapping me on the back for the looks of the first issue, as if I drew it. Might as well ring him up and share the, er, credit.
• Gotta call Nei Ruffino, same reason.
• Pardon my sharing my “to-do” list like this, but it’s the only way I can remember it all.
• Gotta call Howard Porter, make sure we’re getting more DOC SAVAGE pages like the one here.