I had a chat with comics legend Mark Waid about his upcoming title from Legendary Comics, Shadow Walk, which we previewed in October. Waid discussed the process involved in creating this particular comic, as well as larger themes of morality and faith.
Check out the audio interview here below, along with the transcript.
Attendees at this year’s New York Comic-Con have already gotten a chance to obtain a special 12-page print preview for Legendary Comics’ new graphic novel Shadow Walk, but you don’t have to miss out if you’re not able to hit the Big Apple this weekend. We’ve got the same 12-pages for you to check out right now!
Shadow Walk is written by Mark Waid (Daredevil), Max Brooks (World War Z), and Thomas Tull (Haphaestus) with art by Shane Davis (Superman: Earth One), and explores the possibility that the Valley of the Shadow of Death is a real place. The United States sends a group of special forces soldiers into Iraq to investigate a series of paranormal events. From there, well, you’ll see in the pages below.
Shadow Walk is out in late November 2013, so make sure you keep a look out for it and take a look at the pages here below.
As Grant Morrison‘s run on Batman comes to an end this week, we now get a first look at one of the celebrated writer’s next project. The project in question is Annihilator, from Legendary Comics, and we have the first look at the cover by artist Frazer Irving.
Check out the cover here below, along with the official description of the series.
To say that Frank Miller‘s Holy Terror is offensive would be an understatement. It’s certainly not for the weak at heart, nor is it for those that would prefer not to read a comic laced with profanity and innuendo. But when you read a Frank Miller comic, you pretty much know what you’re getting in to. Considering the history behind the comic and its creator, Holy Terror is certainly a comic book written and drawn by Frank Miller.
For those that don’t know the history of the book, let me shed some light on it for a moment. Holy Terror was originally going to be called Holy Terror, Batman! and was going to feature The Caped Crusader exacting his revenge on Al-Queda for the September 11, 2001 attacks on The United States and New York City, specifically.