Author Archives: David Pepose

Skullkickers, Sixth Gun team up for cross-promotion

In the dog-eat-dog world of professional comic-bookery, it’s always gratifying to see creators play nice. And in the case of Skullkickers’ Jim Zubkavich and The Sixth Gun’s Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, it’s more than just a common courtesy —

Watch this right now: The Spidey Project

Awesome sense, tingling! So I saw the Spider-Man Musical on Broadway a few weeks back for my birthday. To say I was disappointed is probably an understatement. (I’m pretty sure the phrase “I’m not on enough drugs to appreciate this” was

Project: Rooftop shows off Aquaman redesigns

Feel that the King of the Seas could spruce up his fashion sense? Project: Rooftop has just unveiled the winners of their “Aquaman: Sea Change” contest, which has challenged several artists to come up with some new threads for Arthur

Will Superman kneel before… Viggo Mortensen?

Could Zack Snyder have found his General Zod? The Hollywood Reporter sure seems to think so, as they’ve posted a rumor that the big villain for the upcoming Superman relaunch: Viggo Mortensen. According to THR, Mortensen is a “person of interest”

Oni Press, Adam WarRock team up for comics mixtape

Think the Sixth Gun is so good, you just want to rap about it? Or maybe you’re looking for a few nerdcore Infinity Gems to put on your iPod? Oni Press and comics rapper Adam WarRock have you covered, as

Riverdale, Redefined: Check out gritty Archie fan video

This video, by Cross Eyed Bear Comedy, is probably the worst and best thing you will see all day. I would watch the heck out of this Archie movie. There is some seriously black comedy in here, including Reggie’s drug habit,

United Media to outsource newspaper strips to Universal UClick

Disney buying Marvel? Pssh, that’s only the beginning — the Washington Post has reported on a “seismic shift” in the world of newspaper comic strips. United Media, which owns Dilbert, Marmaduke, Pearls Before Swine, Get Fuzzy and more, is slated to

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: Flash Fashion Facts! (Part One of Three!)

By Alan Kistler The title of the Flash has been used by a legacy of different heroes who, through one way or another, have been blessed with powers of incredible speed. It began on January 25 (my birthday, coincidentally) in 1940 when

Be the hero Detroit deserves — join Ron Marz for Robocop-inspired donations

Half-man. Half-robot. All good intentions. For those who haven’t heard about the news, Detroit has had itself a little bit of an android dilemma — namely, a giant Robocop statue being built in the city. Earlier this month, Detroit Mayor Dave

Be the hero Detroit deserves — join Ron Marz for Robocop-inspired donations

Half-man. Half-robot. All good intentions. For those who haven’t heard about the news, Detroit has had itself a little bit of an android dilemma — namely, a giant Robocop statue being built in the city. Earlier this month, Detroit Mayor Dave

DCU Universe Legacies: Where History Lessons Are Anything But

By Alan Kistler First, let’s get a few things clear. I like Len Wein and have enjoyed many of his stories over the years. I’ve enjoyed many DC Comics titles over the years and continue to do so. And I have

Fantastic Four moves from blue to white with new Marko Djurdjevic redesigns

Johnny Storm may be gone, but the Fantastic Four is living on, with Marvel releasing a new character redesign by Marko Djurdjevic. Featured in this lineup is Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Thing and — perhaps not surprising to

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: Doctor Strange, and the Hoary Hemlines of Hoggoth!

By Alan Kistler Stephen Vincent Strange was a brilliant but arrogant surgeon, turning down cases that didn’t interest him or didn’t involve enough payment. One night, a car accident led to serious damage in the nerves in his hands, ensuring he

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: Fantastic Fashion with the Fantastic Four

By Alan Kistler Even in the Marvel Universe, a place filled with geniuses such as Tony Stark and Bruce Banner, the man named Reed Richards stands in a place all his own. A gifted intellectual prodigy, Reed was capable of splicing

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: Gotham Chic with CATWOMAN

By Alan Kistler When her parents were gone, Selina Kyle wound up in an orphanage and suffered abuse from the corrupt woman who ran it. After surviving an attempt on her life that involved her being trapped in a bag and

DC leaves the Comics Code

This might just be the end of an era, folks — DC Comics has announced that it will no longer be carrying the Comics Code Authority Seal of Approval, in favor of a new in-house rating system for their books. The

Cat’s out of the bag: ANNE HATHAWAY to play CATWOMAN in new Batman film, Tom Hardy is Bane

Hold on to your Batarangs, people — we’ve got a gamechanger for the new Batman movie. Because Christopher Nolan has announced who’s going to play Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises. And her name is Anne Hathaway. “I am thrilled to have

RED gets reloaded by Summit

Who says you can keep an old assassin down? The Hollywood Reporter has announced that steps are being taken to make a film sequel to the movie RED, based on the comic from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner. Erich and Jon Hoeber,

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: 200 Issues of Leather and Chains with SPAWN

By Alan Kistler When Image was founded, Todd McFarlane created a character he intended to become as popular and as well known as Spider-Man and Superman. And with all the marketing that’s been done with the character, Spawn has gotten very

John Romita Jr. to guest critique for Comics Experience

Yo, prospective comics artists? Looking for some advice from the best of the best? Well, Comics Experience has an offer for you — how’d you like to get critiqued by John Romita Jr.? Yessir, the artist of Avengers is going to

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