Image Comics is proud to announce the March release of MARKSMEN VOL. 1 TP, written by David Baxter, illustrated by Javier Aranda (Star Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts) and Garry Leach (Judge Dredd, Marvelman), co-created and edited by Dave Elliott and produced by Benaroya Publishing.
Those of you who have ever bought issues from the accredited Haynes automotive manual company will be surprised and thrilled to find their seal of expertise on this Owner’s Workshop Manual for the Millennium Falcon. Find everything you would need to know about the Modified YT-1300 Corellian Freighter is inside these pages from the specifications of each craft to excerpts from certain model’s buyer’s guides.
The creators of Charlatan Ball, writer Joe Casey and artist Andy Suriano, have reteamed to bring comic readers Doc Bizarre M.D. who treats common ailments of the creatures who go bump in the night. 10 pages plus the cover have been released to see the practitioner in action. The 120-page comic hits stores November 30, 2011!
In July 2012, DC Comics will release their latest Absolute Edition hardcover: ABSOLUTE FINAL CRISIS. Originally written in 2008 by Grant Morrison, the new collected edition will compile FINAL CRISIS #1-7, FINAL CRISIS: SUBMIT #1, FINAL CRISIS: SUPERMAN BEYOND #1-2 and the FINAL CRISIS SKETCHBOOK. The book will also come with a pair of 3-D glasses; no price has been set yet.
ROMEO AND JULIET: THE WAR is a story re-imagined by Stan Lee and Terry Dougas, written by Max Work and artwork by Skan Srisuwan. The book will be available as a hard cover collector’s edition and a soft cover.
Joe Simon and Jack Kirby were pioneers of comic books as both an artistic and entertainment medium. The seeds of their collaboration bore fruit that is self-evident in the industry today. Besides creating Captain America, the duo diversified comics into genres outside of superhero fare to keep the medium alive during a dramatic sales slump after World War II that marked the boundary between the Silver and Golden Age of comics. Titan Books' The Simon and Kirby Library: Crime presents one such venture in an attractive package built to last.
When musicians Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley created the musical duo Evelyn Evelyn (in which they perform as Siamese twin sisters with a tragic past) it was a perfect fit for children’s book illustrator, Cynthia von Buhler to depict their painful back-story in print.