A comic book writer at the height of his game is teaming up with a fan-favorite actor, and BRZRKR is Coming from BOOM! Studios.
Tagged: Matt Kindt
New Graphic Novel COSMIC DETECTIVE Launched on Kickstarter by Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and David Rubín
Some of the biggest names in the comic book industry are taking things to Kickstarter for a new project as COSMIC DETECTIVE launched.
The debut issue was a surefire win for this creative team, and the followup looks amazing as well. Here’s the BANG! #2 Preview.
A series from Dark Horse Comics, an amazing creative team, and one that you should not be missing! Here’s our BANG! #2 review.
There’s a new series coming very soon from Dark Horse Comics, the creative team is amazing, and we have an early look at BANG! #1.
The very first series from the new publisher Bad Idea is coming on May 6th, and we have a look with the ENIAC #1 First Look.
The new series from one hell of a great creative team is already wildly popular as the new series debut BANG! #1 Sells Out before it is released.
DH has a new series on the way, we’ve been in the dark about it for some time now, but now we have some new intel on BANG!
The mini-series from BOOM! Studios by Matt Kindt and Matt Smith is a wonderful adventure, and now we have the FOLKLORDS #3 First Look.
The first issue was a great debut for this fantasy series that is more than meets the eye. Here’s the FOLKLORDS #2 First Look from BOOM! Studios.
A boy from a magical land has visions of our’s as BOOM! Studios gears up for yet another 2019 debut hit. Here’s the FOLKLORDS #1 Preview.
BOOM! Studios is always selling out debut issues before they release to shops and digital, and now FOLKLORDS #1 sells out before release.
The next big thing at BOOM! Studios is this series from Matt Kindt and Matt Smith, and these Matts are bringing the goods. Here’s the FOLKLORDS #1 Trailer.
BOOM! Studios has been cranking out the winners this year, and that appears to be continuing. Here’s a FOLKLORDS #1 First Look.
An epic legend, a twisted reality, and one hell of a creative team!
OUT THIS WEEK ! BLACK HAMMER ’45 is the latest spin-off from the world of Lemire and Ormston, an homage to anti-Axis comics. You want to read this.
One fo the best debuts of 2018 continues with the best of the best squaring up Hunger Games style.
The Golden Age of Superheroes, Nazis, war, and a great creative team, make for one great comic series.
BOOM! has been killing it with this franchise lately, and we’re getting more.
BOOM! Studios’ Boy Scout comic is more than meets the eye, and it’s one of the best new series of the year.
David Rubin will be doing the art on the mystery project.
Another new arc means another new jumping on point for one of Valiant’s finest.
Story: Matt Kindt Art: Tyler Jenkins Colors: Hilary Jenkins Letters: Jim Campbell Editor: Eric Harburn Publisher: Boom! Studios Join the Boy Scouts of America, they said. Learn some discipline, they said. Fraternize with your peers, they said. Become an integral part...
Two of Matt Kindts’ Best are Getting Collected Editions as Dark Horse Announces a MIND MGMT and DEPT. H Omnibus
Dark Horese is giving us some great gifts from top-notch creator Matt Kindt with a MIND MGMT and DEPT. H Omnibus. Available nest year.
Valiant Entertainment has announced their Local Comic Shop Day 2018 exclusive X-O MANOWAR DELUXE EDITION, and you should check it out.
A wild series with a terrific premise comes back for another issue, and we’ve got your early preview.
DEPT H by Matt and Sharlene Kindt – series review This time around, I want to sing the praises of the series DEPT H by Matt Kindt (story and art, including cover art and chapter breaks), Sharlene Kindt (colors), and...
The VE event of the year, nay, the century is all but done, and we’ve got the preview.
This Wednesday is a fifth week Wednesday. That means a slew of annuals, specials and first issues will be hitting the shelves of your favorite comic book shop! Our tireless Geeks have been making their selections for this week and...
“Valiant did something special this year that most of the other comic publishers can’t say they have ever done”