Tag Archive: Emma Rios

Dec 02 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of November 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, where the covers tell a story of their own. This …

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Oct 31 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of October 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, where the covers tell a story of their …

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Oct 24 2013

Graphic Bits Reviews: Pretty Deadly #1, Velvet #1 and Rat Queens #2

Don’t have time for long reviews of comics? Then check out Graphic Bits: bite sized chunks of comic book goodness designed to get behind the panels and into your hearts. While the major publishers are filling their pages with villains, battling atoms and infinite crises, Image Comics this week has largely concentrated on crafting some monthly …

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Jul 11 2013

Highlights from Image Comics October 2013 Solicitations – Pretty Deadly, Velvet, Rocket Girl, Three, Bushido

Image Comics (via CBR) has released their full solicitations for October 2013, including five brand new titles for the month. The one we are perhaps looking forward to the most is Kelly Sue DeConnick‘s Pretty Deadly, which she described to us in detail a few months again. It sounds like the most interesting new release …

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May 20 2013

Exclusive: Kelly Sue DeConnick talks about Pretty Deadly

One of the titles that has us most excited this year is Pretty Deadly from writer Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Avengers Assemble) and artist Emma Ríos (Doctor Strange: Season One). First announced by Image Comics back in July last year, the creator-owned book from the Osborn team promised to be a Sergio Leone inspired western …

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