Javier Pulido is a Spanish comic book artist with a simple, elegant style reminiscent of David Mazzucchelli and Steve Rude. He was first introduced to the American market in 1990's pencilling the adventures of The Incredible Hulk for Marvel before moving to DC Comics to illustrate HELLBLAZER followed by issues of THE BATMAN CHRONICLES, FLINCH and the miniseries ROBIN: YEAR ONE. In 2002, he produced the graphic novel HUMAN TARGET: FINAL CUT written by Peter Milligan and became the artist of the HUMAN TARGET monthly series also written by Milligan.
TRANSMETROPOLITAN BOOK TWOIn these stories from TRANSMETROPOLITAN #13-24, renegade journalist Spider Jerusalem targets three of society’s most worshipped and warped pillars: politics, religion, and television. When Spider tries to shed light on the atrocities of these institutions, he finds himself fleeing a group of hit men/kidnappers in possession of his ex-wife’s frozen head, a distorted creature alleged to be his son, and a vicious, talking police dog. Also includes the one-shot TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE.
CAVE CARSON HAS A CYBERNETIC EYE #11
Earth has fallen beneath the tentacles of the almighty Whisperer!
The Akira App has launched and the battle for control of social media has truly begun. Its two generals both fight from beyond the grave. But who was Larry Ferrell?
She’s still Gotham’s queen of crime – but now, in order to work all the angles, Selina Kyle is back as Catwoman!
ROBIN: YEAR ONE DELUXE EDITION
Taking place after the events of BATMAN: DARK VICTORY, this epic tale recounts the beginning of Dick Grayson’s career as Robin, the Boy Wonder. The devious Two-Face is very...
UNFOLLOW VOL. 3: TURN IT OFF
It’s the conclusion to UNFOLLOW in these tales from issues #13-18! First, learn how Akira plans to defeat Larry Ferrell’s 140 experiment and move the world toward peace. Then, the...
VERTIGO QUARTERLY: SFX #3
Vertigo’s third SFX anthology of the year is KRAK!
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD – INSPIRED ARTISTS DELUXE EDITION
In anticipation of the upcoming blockbuster film Mad Max: Fury Road, 65 of comics’ best artists took to the post-apocalyptic landscape to interpret this gorgeous and desolate world...