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Review - The Surface #2 (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Ales Kot
Artist: Langdon Foss, Jordie Belaire (Colours), Clayton Cowles (Letters)
Release Date: 8th April 2015 397 more words


The Wicked + The Divine Is The Best Comic You Should Be Reading

I have a lot of comics I read on the regular. A lot of Marvel, a little bit of DC, but for the most part, it’s creator owned stuff I read. 956 more words


Red One #1 [Review]

Welcome to America, Part 1

Script: Xavier Dorison
Pencils & Colors: Terry Dodson
Inks: Rachel Dodson
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Published by: Image Comics
Cover Date: March 2015… 660 more words

Comic Reviews

Review: Zero Volume 3: Tenderness of Wolves

Written by Ales Kot

Art by Ricard Lopez Ortiz (‘Killshot’) Adam Gorham (‘Family Reunion’) Alberto Ponticelli (‘Farewell’),Marek Oleksicki (‘No Land But The Land, No Sea But The Sea’) 460 more words

Exquisite Reviews

The Surface #1 is a smart satire that mocks itself

Originally published on Bloody Disgusting

Reviewed By Katy Rex. “The Surface” #1 is an ode to the Beat generation as much as it is a criticism of that merry group of pranksters. 636 more words

Featured Articles

“If I can’t see the sky, then please let me die.”

As a woman born, raised, and still living in the west, I am always interested in artistic portrayals of my home region, and I have a soft spot for carrion eaters. 426 more words


Everything Is Material

By Staff Reports

Bestselling writer Ales Kot (ZERO), artist Will Tempest, designer Tom Muller and letterer Clayton Cowles come together for an all-new thought-provoking suspense series that explores the ephemeral state of humanity in MATERIAL. 172 more words