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Matt Howarth panels showing movement with blank panels and text. From Savage Henry

"Just a few days before the kick off of of Comic-Con International in San Diego 2014, Dark Horse Comics announced a long-awaited project: Author Chuck Palahniuk’s sequel to "Fight Club" as a comic book series. With interior art by Cameron Stewart and covers from David Mack, the series picks up ten years after the events of the novel, finding the previously unnamed narrator (now going by the name "Sebastian") and Marla married, and judging from the first teaser image by Stewart — found exclusively on CBR — they’re expecting a new addition to their family…"

I’d rather have David Mack do the interior art, frankly. Cameron Stewart is a great artist, but I don’t think he suits Fight Club. Mack’s loose brush style seems to be a better fit. Or Ted McKeever. I’d buy the merry hell out of a McKeever Fight Club comic.


No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Original available hereMore BGSG comics


No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

Original available here
More BGSG comics

The Ghoul, by Berni Wrightson.


Blank table of contents page for the 1982 CREEPSHOW graphic novel by Bernie Wrightson.

"…this week sees the release of (Emily Carroll’s) highly-anticipated first major book release, Through the Woods, a collection of six atmospheric horror stories, including the superb His Face All Red, and having read it, I can attest to both it’s quality and the power Carroll’s work carries on the printed page. If you were wondering whether it’s worth picking up, I can reassure you on that front also: this is a book you want in your collection.

"On the eve of the book’s release, here’s an interview with the artists herself, discussing favourite artists, the horror of children’s books, starting out, differences in approach between print and online comics, careers, future projects, and more…"


Kate Beaton, obviously. 


Kate Beaton, obviously. 

Judge Dredd: Lawgiver Mk 1, by Mick McMahon.


Lumberjanes #4

Written by Noelle Stevenson & Grace Ellis

Illustrated by Brooke Allen

Colors by Maarta Laiho

Letters by Aubrey Aiese

Character Designs by Noelle Stevenson & Brooke Allen

Badge Designs by Kate Leth

Design by Scott Newman

Edited by Dafna Pleban & Whitney Leopard

Created by Shannon Watters, Grace Ellis & Noelle Stevenson

Published by BOOM! Studios

Now available at your local comic book retailer and online at:

BOOM! Studios Webstore | Comixology | Things From Another World

I bloody LOVE this comic.

(via gingerhaze)

Dear Zack Snyder and David Goyer.

This is how you do it.

(via Twitter / LASTEXITshirts: A hero amongst men. …)


Need to do some TMNT I think.


I’ve been puttering along on the new Warheads pages (this one’s not quite finished) 


The cover art of DARK SHADOWS by Francesco Francavilla.