Archive for the Art Category
Welcome back to 2014!
“If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.”
“Moral indignation is jealousy with a halo.”
In a Twitter conversation with fellow horror maven Sarah Pinborough, Stephen King spud Joe Hill offered this interesting news to fans of his comic book series LOCKE AND KEY:
There’ll probably be some other LOCKE & KEY books (eventually) but they’ll be unnumbered (does that even make sense?).
Not sure it does make sense Though it probably means individual stories not tied to a specific continuity
For the uninitiated, LOCKE & KEY is a comic book series from IDW Publishing written by Joe Hill and illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez that chronicles the adventures of the Locke family in the magical and haunted Keyhouse. So far there have been six miniseries. The series has received wide critical praise. And won both the Eisner and the British Fantasy Awards.
Comic-Con draws to a close today. And attendees had a ball as usual. But, if you missed it, here’s a collection of one the best things the event has to offer: Trailers, brand new trailers!
In honor of Independence Day, here are a series of patriotic covers from comic books golden age. Be warned that some of these covers feature racist portrayals of the Japanese and people of other races. But this gallery would be incomplete if covers of this type were not included. However, if you sensitive to such images perhaps you would prefer to skip this post.