Link 27 Aug Morrison Explains Why he's Bringing "Annihilator" To Earth - Comic Book Resources»
Photo 18 Aug 458 notes comicsforever:

Death Of Wolverine // artwork by Skottie Young (2014)

comicsforever:

Death Of Wolverine // artwork by Skottie Young (2014)

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Link 21 Mar 1 note A Daredevil Tour of the Bay Area: Issue 1 - The Shared Universe»
Photo 3 Mar 237 notes comicsalliance:

Henrique Jardim Draws Cheeky Takes on Lady Armor, ‘Attack on Titan’ and the Powerpuff Girls [Art]
via Deadend.
Photo 3 Mar "I am tired, my sister." Marc Hempel was my favorite Sandman artist.

"I am tired, my sister." Marc Hempel was my favorite Sandman artist.

Photo 17 Feb 1,015 notes kingnovapunch:

I thought there’d be a million of these by now…

kingnovapunch:

I thought there’d be a million of these by now…

Text 23 Jan 16 notes

The complaining is especially amusing, because there wouldn’t have been a Damian without Grant Morrison.

jamesjmcghie:

I can’t believe there are still people bitching about Damian Wayne’s death.

"I like this character so anything bad that happens to this character is automatically bad writing! The guy who wrote it is bad at writing! I don’t understand how tragedy works"

Link 11 Jan 2 notes Grant Morrison drops a few more hints about ‘Nameless’ - Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources»

comicbookuniversity:

As Morrison tells USA Today, “We’re taking all the dark stuff that Western culture’s kind of obsessed with — the zombies and everything — beyond the limit and doing hopefully for now what H.P. Lovecraft did for the wartime generation.”‘

Photo 11 Jan 24 notes drdavidmrmack:

My cover to ETERNAL WARRIOR from Valiant.@ValiantComics @warrensimons
http://darlingdork.com/valiant-comics-first-look-the-coming-of-4001-a-d-only-in-eternal-warrior-5/
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Photo 10 Jan 5 notes 
"The Fade Out is my ultimate noir story. It’s a brutal crime story set in late ’40s Hollywood, and all spinning around the mysterious death of an up-and-coming starlet… For people who’ve been waiting for us to return to Criminal, this will be exactly what they’re looking for, but on a much more epic scale—going from studio backlots to the debauchery of the rich and famous, and even stretching back to the horrors of World War Two."

"The Fade Out is my ultimate noir story. It’s a brutal crime story set in late ’40s Hollywood, and all spinning around the mysterious death of an up-and-coming starlet… For people who’ve been waiting for us to return to Criminal, this will be exactly what they’re looking for, but on a much more epic scale—going from studio backlots to the debauchery of the rich and famous, and even stretching back to the horrors of World War Two."

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