This looks gorgeous. Dang.
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This looks gorgeous. Dang.
Read issue 6 of Robyn Hood today. THAT is how you do a character-focused oneoff.
This is all I've been able to find. http://thebarn.freeforums.org/top-cow-universe-chronology-reading-order-t273.html I should probably join The Barn, but those forums are pretty much dead.
I really liked her Wonder Woman debut. The "vegetative injustice" line was dumb, but other than that it was great. My fave (canon) interpretation of Diana since the New 52 launched. I should pick it...
Stjepan's art is so gorgeous. Even his writing is great. Frustrates me that he's not a bigger name in the industry.
I am really looking forward to The Little Mermaid. I know the CBR preview is unlettered, but it looks gorgeous and I'm sure Meredith Finch will do a great job.
I really liked Meredith's debut on Wonder Woman, though I haven't followed the book, so I'm excited about this one.
They explain how she got out in the Realm Knights mini, which I didn't care for, but honestly it wasn't anything majour so I wouldn't worry about it unless you're a completionist.
I would say that watching the animated series (it's on Youtube) would answer most questions about the backstory.
For Zenescope in general or just Robyn? Because Robyn's title is fairly self-contained but she does show up in other series. But I'm gonna second reading Wonderland. Great stuff.
I think Top Cow should just made that a quarterly book already: the series is cursed. I need to check the official timeline to see if it's running concurrent to Witchblade et al or if it's set in the...
First two issues are out, and it has two story threads: One is about a badass lady merc and her weird space dog having adventures. It's typical Aspen stuff. The other is the heart of the book,...
I'm sure the back catalog will be Comixology exclusive, but I can't help but wonder if future issues will also be in the Image digital storefront on the website.
I love "Spawn: The Undead". It was the best of the spin-offs that I've read. And Jenkins wrote about a year of Witchblade back in the 90s, the Pez Killer storyline and I think he introduced the...
I didn't think there were anymore ongoings, just spitballing. ;-) But I would love a Helsing ongoing. Or at least another mini.
I'm optimistic about this. The Boom/Archaia merger went well, and this seems to be of a similar vein: successful licensing company and less-well-known-but-prestigious creator-owned company.
This is pretty cool. A two year plan? That's very promising.
I feel like Oz might be the next set of minis to go ongoing if any of them do. I haven't read any of them, though I plan on it eventually, it's just a feeling.
I liked his three issue arc back in the early days, but I don't know that I could enjoy him on a long term run.
I've always wondered why there wasn't another book in the Spawn universe that wasn't Spawn-centric. "Undead" was fantastic, but, just like "Hellspawn", it was simply another Spawn book. But bringing...
I'm actually doing the "buy every issue" thing with Top Cow comics, only digitally. Haaaaaa.
But on topic: I read Dark Shaman's latest issue last night. Story-wise, it's really good, but none of...
Just curious if delaying issue 250 will also delay the digital release of the backlog. Because if so, that sucks. I was planning on snagging 246-250 all at once if it were possible.
Haaaaa!!! It's not BAD art. It's not even a cheesecake book. It's just that Zenescope can't afford Top Cow or Marvel calibre artists. Still, for what they have, it's great.
For a real curveball, I'd say Robyn Hood from Zenescope. The original trilogy isn't very superheroic, but the ongoing is very "Heroes for Hire" meets "Angel" pre-season 5. And it always has great art...
I guess I'm in the minority. I hated what Hine did with Spawn. I liked the haunted apartment building story, but everything else (especially the crap with the soul of the dead fetus) really lost me.