Find Out More About Workers’ Rights in a Comic

Workers’ rights and collective action have been hot topics this year, with a number of high-profile strikes executed and ongoing. In 2017, the AFL-CIO created “The Workers’ Bill of Rights”, a statement of basic rights that should belong to all workers, including fair wages, healthcare, and freedom from discrimination. The North Carolina AFL-CIO had a comic adapted by Yiming Zhao that spells them out.

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Lost Legion of Super-Heroes Art by Stuart Immonen

The below, I’ve been told, was intended to be one of the pinups for the oversized Legion of Super-Heroes #100 (which was cover-dated January 1998 and was one of the last issues of the series KC Carlson edited). It did not run, I think, because it was thought to be TOO close in style to Archie Comics characters. I was reminded of it when chatting with someone who referenced the “Archie Legion”, a name I don’t care for, but hey, […]

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Fence’s Return to Serialization Successful, Plus a Preview

Fence launched at the end of November 2017. It’s the manga-like story of a bunch of boys competing at fencing, dealing with rivalries, and romancing their teammates (even if they don’t realize it yet). It’s written by C.S. Pacat, illustrated by Johanna the Mad, and published by Boom! Studios. Here’s an interview with the creators I did back then. I found it “addictive soap opera“, particularly once it went from single issues, after the release of #12, to a graphic […]

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Moriarty: Clockwork Empire #4 Covers

The series Moriarty: Clockwork Empire concludes with issue #4, due out mid-May. (That link is about the first issue. I’ve also posted covers from the second issue, due in March, and the third issue, due in April.) The series is written by Fred Duval & Jean-Pierre Pécau and illustrated by Stevan Subic and features a steampunk flavor and the appearance of Jekyll and Hyde. This issue can be preordered from your local comic shop with Diamond code MAR23 1042 for the […]

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Deadfellows #1 Preview

Coming next month from Scout Comics is Deadfellows #1. Written by Kody Hamilton and illustrated by Ramiro Borallo, it’s the story of a suicidal guy who finds out his new apartment is haunted. A ghost stops him from killing himself… and then how will they interact? Here’s the publisher’s description: Pete Miller has just gotten out of his two-year relationship, reeling from the chaos of it all without friends or family around. As he moves into his new awful, one-bedroom […]

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Moriarty: Clockwork Empire #3 Covers

The Moriarty: Clockwork Empire miniseries continues in issue #3, due out April 19, with two different covers available. (I’ve previously posted covers from the first issue, due in February, and the second issue, due in March.) The series is written by Fred Duval & Jean-Pierre Pécau and illustrated by Stevan Subic, with this issue having 48 color pages for $4.99. I’d post an issue description but the publisher is using the same text for each — which makes it all the […]

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Moriarty: Clockwork Empire #2 Covers

I just brought you the covers for the launch of a new Sherlockian comic miniseries next year, and now the covers for issue #2 have been revealed! Moriarty: Clockwork Empire #2 is, as with the previous issue, written by Fred Duval & Jean-Pierre Pécau and illustrated by Stevan Subic. The second issue is due out March 22, and in it, Holmes and Watson face off against “the monstrous Mr. Hyde!”

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Moriarty: Clockwork Empire Coming in February – Cover Preview

Titan Comics will be publishing Moriarty: Clockwork Empire, a four-issue miniseries, beginning in February 2023. As written by Fred Duval & Jean-Pierre Pécau and illustrated by Stevan Subic, the series promises a steampunk take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as well as an appearance by Mr. Hyde. Here’s the publisher’s description: In a London opium den, a monster is killed by the police with seven bullets to the body. At the Diogenes Club, an investigator and […]

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