The new graphic novel Little Girls—from the creative team of writer Nicholas Aflleje, artist Sarah DeLaine, colorist Ashley Lanni-Hoye, and letterer Adam Wollet—is an eerie horror story that follows two adolescents as they discover an ancient monstrosity in East Africa.
Deadly Class 101: Learn the Backstories of Marcus, Maria, Saya, and Kings Dominion's Most Lethal StudentsJanuary 23, 2019
Discover the characters behind Rick Remender and Wes Craig's Deadly Class comic and hit SYFY television series.
Checking out SYFY's Deadly Class? Here's the lowdown on the comic, now in its fifth year.
In Oliver, writer Gary Whitta and Darick Robertson envision Charles Dickens' tale of class warfare into a sweeping dystopian sci-fi epic.
Brazilian artist Eduardo Ferigato describes his process—from photo reference to thumbnails to shading—on his electric comic with writer Mat Groom, Self/Made.
In the new comic series Gunning For Hits, music executive Jeff Rougvie, artist Moritat, and colorist/letterer Casey Silver introduce Martin Mills—a morally ambiguous A&R rep attempting to snag the next big band by any means necessary.
Little Bird, the new comic from writer Darcy Van Poelgeest and artist Ian Bertram, offers the intoxicating, dystopian journey of a young girl rebelling against an oppressive theocracy.
“So much straight-up murder”: Assassin Nation’s Kyle Starks and Erica Henderson on Launching their New Comedy BlockbusterDecember 21, 2018
Assassin Nation, the new action-comedy comic from writer Kyle Starks and artist Erica Henderson, unites 20 bloodthirsty, absurd contract killers to protect a crime overlord. Laughs and violence ensue.
Writer Greg Rucka and artist Michael Lark return to their biting sci-fi saga, Lazarus, with a new number-one issue and quarterly format.
Hardcore, the new sci-fi action epic from writer Andy Diggle and artist Alessandro Vitti, envisions a world where spies remotely occupy the bodies of state enemies the world over.
Jesusfreak, the new hardcover graphic novel from Joe Casey and Benjamin Marra, offers a two-fisted pulp take on the founder of Christianity.
In Self/Made, Mat Groom and Eduardo Ferigato construct a winding fantasy/sci-fi hybrid that follows Amala, a warrior thrust from her realm to meet her unexpected creator.
The Warren Ellis Forum wasn't just an online tool for comic creators to banter and barb; it was a breeding ground for the voices that would define the medium in the years to come. In this oral history from Joshua Rivera, a host of the forum's most activist participants discuss how one man and his website catalyzed a new era of sequential art.