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Steve Niles

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Steve Niles, Mr. DIY

In this week’s Comic Revolt, I spent time talking with Steve Niles about the never-ending story that seems to be his life and career in comics. The man has more comics in the works than most writers have produced in [...]

September 27, 2012 Reviews
Madefire

Madefire to Launch Comic App for iPhone and iPod Touch

Madefire, creators of comics for the iPad featuring their exclusive motion tool, have announced that they will now make their content available for the iPhone and iPod Touch devices. They will be officially launching the new app at the New [...]

September 27, 2012 Reviews
Harbinger

Review: Harbinger #4

Valiant Comic’s release of Harbinger #4, by writer Joshua Dysart and artist Khari Evans, has found a strong balance between fresh and faithful so far. To date, the Harbinger Foundation and Toyo Harada have tried to develop the talents of [...]

September 26, 2012 Reviews
Stumptown

Review: Stumptown #1

Oni Press’ debut issue of Stumptown, written by Greg Rucka and drawn by Matthew Southworth, starts off with an interesting premise. Take a band, put them out front and center, and build a mystery with a missing guitar. If first [...]

September 26, 2012 Reviews
Deadhorse #5

Review: Deadhorse #5

215 Ink’s release of Deadhorse #5 by writer Eric Grissom and artist Phil Sloan keeps getting better as the mystery of William Pike’s key comes into focus. Grissom cleverly uses the title Wake to tie together a few important and [...]

September 24, 2012 Reviews
Writer

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Writer’s List

This week’s Comic Revolt takes a subjective look at which writer’s have or continue to blaze a trail in the medium of comics and graphic novels. This isn’t a ranking list, which would be useless in my estimation, because there [...]

September 21, 2012 Features, Reviews
XO

Review: X-O Manowar #5

Valiant Comics’ release of X-O Manowar #5, written by Robert Venditti with art by Lee Garbett, takes the first story arc to a critical junction. Hot on the trail of the X-O Manowar armor and Aric, The Vine sends a [...]

September 15, 2012 Reviews
Ipad

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Going Digital

This week’s Comic Revolt looks at the digital market for comic books and how it’s shaping comic publishing by grading out each major company or upstart. This is based on three subjective categories rated 1 through 10: Category 1: How [...]

September 14, 2012 Features, Reviews
Spider Man

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Spider-Man Turns 50

Comic Revolt pays tribute to the outside-the-box thinking that Stan Lee and Steve Ditko used in creating Peter Parker, the amazing Spider-Man. In the year 2012, it’s hard to imagine Spider-Man as anything but your archetypal comic book character with [...]

August 30, 2012 Features, Reviews
Madefire

Ben Abernathy Leaves DC to Join Madefire

Ben Abernathy, the digital editor for DC Comics, left the company last week to join Madefire – creator of digital comics using their proprietary motion tool app. Liam Sharp, CCO of Madefire, acknowledged Abernathy joining the team by saying, “About [...]

August 28, 2012 Reviews
Toppi

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Late Sergio Toppi

This week’s Comic Revolt looks back at the work and influence of legendary comic artist and illustrator, Sergio Toppi, who sadly passed away earlier this week. I knew little of Toppi until his recent passing, hearing his name whenever Moebius [...]

August 23, 2012 Features, Reviews
Mind MGMT

Review: Mind MGMT #4

Mind MGMT #4 from Dark Horse Comics, written and drawn by Matt Kindt, finally introduces the mysterious Henry Lyme in this first peek behind the curtain. To date, the Immortals have been pursuing Meru across the globe in her quest [...]

August 22, 2012 Reviews
44 Flood 2

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: A Chat with 44 Flood

In this week’s Comic Revolt, I spoke with the collective 44 Flood about the success of their Tome Kickstarter campaign. Their original funding goal was $18,400, but finished at an amazing $132,538 when the final bell was rung. Comprised of [...]

August 17, 2012 Reviews
Matt pizzolo

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Halo 8’s Matt Pizzolo

In this week’s installment of Comic Revolt, I had the opportunity to chat with Halo 8 president Matt Pizzolo. Some of his work includes writing Godkiller, organizing Occupy Comics, and being a partner in the upcoming Black Mask Studios with [...]

August 9, 2012 Reviews
Deadhorse

Review: Deadhorse #4

Writer Eric Grissom and artist Phil Sloan’s Deadhorse, the ongoing series from 215 Ink, continues its candidacy for quirkiest comic title of this year. This review has spoilers, so beware. William Pike, the off-the-wall protagonist of Deadhorse, has finally made [...]

August 8, 2012 Reviews