For his new Oemnibus collection, Powers co-creator Michael Avon Oeming is taking a look back at his 18+ year career and has assembled some of his best and rarest work into a career-spanning anthology. We caught up with the man behind Mice Templar and more, along with design Tara Rhymes to find out more about this pun-tastic retrospective.
Having completed their first 12 issues of their creator-owned series The Wicked and The Divine, writer Kieron Gillen and longtime collaborator Jamie McKelvie are returning to the equally esoteric world of their breakout hit in Phonogram: Immaterial Girl. Arriving this August from Image Comics we catch up with writer Kieron to talk about pop stars as gods, phonomancers and mind-bending versions of classic ’80s music videos
Best known for his colouring work on British Indie titles such as Red Mask from Mars and Gutter Town, Shaun Dobie brings his own ideas to the table with Descending Outlands #1, a sci-fi book about intergalactic thieves who stumble into a galaxy spanning manhunt. But will this book leave readers starstruck or will it be a criminal read?
Hidden amongst the Secret Wars spin-offs this month are some superb new digital indie comics. We take a look at some of the best for August including Universe #3 from Panel Syndicate, UK anthology Atom Jacket and superhero homage To A Pulp.
Power Up #1 is the kind of comic that needs its own theme tune, stat! Kate Leth and Matt Cummings have created a comic that is cute, bright and ready to muscle in amongst the likes of LumberJanes and Bee and Puppycat.
Crime comic fans are all too familiar with the private eye stereotype of the booze addled womaniser with the complex past. However in Dash #1, writer Dave Ebersole and artist Delia Gable have brilliantly subverted this well worn character cliche by adding an intriguing new dimension – making him openly gay in the 1940s!
Image’s Wolf #1 sees new superstar writer Ales Kot and hot artist Matt Taylor conjure up a mix of supernatural horror and classic crime noir in the City of Angels. But will this lupine lead character make this new series spookily good or will an exorcism be needed?
Part of Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios from the 1990s, this series about resurrected government agents has been given a second life and lives up to all the 90s cliches. But is this the ultimate parody of an easily mocked sub-genre or should this be one series that stayed as 90s nostalgia?
Peter Parker faces off against an classic foe, but with an Ultimate attitude update, in the latest Marvel Infinite digital comic Ultimate Spider-Man Infinite #1-6.
What started as a quirky movie night has morphed into a multimedia live action extravaganza that mat just be the ultimate fan experience. We take a rebellious journey to a galaxy far far away for Secret Cinema The Empire Strikes Back