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ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant speaks with Joe Keatinge about the writer's nine years in the comics industry, including his current "Morbius: The Living Vampire" series and his time in Image Comics marketing.
Writer Joe Keatinge discusses his second arc on the creator-owned "Hell Yeah," the end of his run on Image Comics' "Glory," his first Marvel work and the importance of kicking ass.
Stan Lee's Comikaze expected to draw 60,000! James Sime talks MorrisonCon! San Jose's Hijinx Comics celebrates 30 years! Kieron Gillen on music and comics! Joe Keatinge talks "Glory" and "Hell Yeah"! Plus more!
Image Comics PR master turned writer Joe Keatinge tells CBR about everything from the ongoing "Hell Yeah" and "Glory's" price raise to the status of "Brutal" with artist Frank Cho.
Ryan Ferrier, creator of the talking tiger with a law degree, discusses "Tiger Lawyer's" origins, self-publishing and its upcoming run as a back-up strip in Image Comics' "Hell Yeah."
Tim reads three new first issues, "Saucer Country," "Hell Yeah" and "The Manhattan Projects," calculating the odds he will continue to read each series. Plus, a bonus look at Michael DeForge's new "Incinerator" comic.
Image Comics' rising stars gathered to discuss upcoming projects including a "Moriarty" musical, getting 40,000 people to read "Skullkickers," marketing efforts and more at Image Expo.
Image Comics PR guru turned writer Joe Keatinge discusses taking over "Glory" and creating his own superhero universe in "Hell Yeah" with exclusive art from "Hell Yeah" artist Andre Szymanowicz.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Joe Keatinge, ROBOT 6 presents an exclusive look at "Hell Yeah #1," by Keatinge and artist Andre Szymanowicz. The comic comes out this March.
Image Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in March, 2012, including the debuts of "Saga," "Bloodstrike," "Hell Yeah" and more.
Image Comics creators Robert Kirkman, Rob Liefeld, Jim McCann, Joe Keatinge, Tim Seeley and more discuss the joys of owning your creations and new projects, with a special video message from Ed Brubaker.