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CBR has the exclusive first details of a new BOOM! Studios series, from the creative team of Phillip Kennedy Johnson & Matthew Dow Smith.
A dead body is only the beginning for "Lobster Johnson: Get the Lobster" #4 as Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Tonci Zonjic bring steampunk cyborgs to the table.
"Hanna" writer Seth Lochhead will script 20th Century Fox's adaptation of Nathan Edmondson & Tonci Zonjic's Image series "Who is Jake Ellis?."
CBR presents exclusive previews of the March 5 releasing "Lobster Johnson: Get the Lobster" #2 and David Lapham's "Juice Squeezers" #3.
"Get The Lobster" explores Lobster Johnson's luchador past, and Mike Mignola explores the weird facts that built the hero's history for John Arcudi.
Fox has picked up the movie rights to Image Comics series "Who is Jake Ellis?" by Nathan Edmondson and Tonci Zonjic, and hired director David Yates to helm the adaptation.
This week, Lono brings a Chihuahua to a gunfight, Gotham City meets Neo-Gotham, Lobster Johnson tiptoes through the lotuses, Kate Kane wrestles with demons, and lil’ Legion goes for a ride.
The pulpy hero of Mike Mignola's Hellboy Universe returns in a five-issue miniseries, and as John Arcudi and Tonci Zonjic work on Lobster Johnson's next adventure, his creator reflects on his origins.
Greg McElhatton gives "Where Is Jake Ellis?" #1 4 stars, calling the "Who Is Jake Ellis?" follow-up by Nathan Edmondson and Tonci Zonjic "definitely a sequel that was worth waiting for."
Image has provided CBR with advance looks at "Invincible" #97 by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley; and "Where is Jake Ellis?" #1 by Nathan Edmondson and Tonci Zonjic, available November 14.
This week, the King of Monsters wreaks havoc, Lobster Johnson keeps watch over the city, Danielle Moonstar goes techno (-organic), Frank Castle strolls out of the sunset and Matt Murdock gets stripped down.
"Who Is Jake Ellis?" writer Nathan Edmondson and artist Tonci Zonjic return to their mysterious spy thriller with "Where Is Jake Ellis?" The new series launches in December from Image Comics.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at new comics hitting stores May 9, including Cailtin R. Kiernan's "Alabaster: Wolves" #2 and "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" #5.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Lobster Johnson and the Burning Hand" #2, by the team of Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Tonci Zonjic. The issue hits February 8 with a Dave Johnson cover.
Ryan Lindsay gives "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" #1 by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Tonci Zonjic 4 stars, saying, "with quality this good, you should definitely be supporting this book."
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" #1 by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi with art by Tonci Zonjic. The series hits January 11.
In January the "BPRD's" pulp hero fights gangsters and unrestful spirits in "Lobster Johnson: The Burning Hand" from Dark Horse. CBR spoke with writer John Arcudi about the miniseries.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Who Is Jake Ellis" #4. The issue, from the team of Nathan Edmondson and Tonci Zonjic, hits stores on June 1.
Writer Nathan Edmondson and artist Tonci Zonjic provided CBR News with an extensive behind-the-scenes analysis of the first issue of their new Image Comics miniseries, "Who Is Jake Ellis?"
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Nathan Edmondson about the writer's upcoming Image Comics title, "Who Is Jake Ellis," where the series' high concept originated, collaborating with artist Tonci Zonjic and more.
Image took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their plans for the future, including new miniseries such as Nathan Edmondson's "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and Nick Spencer's "The Infinite Vacation."
"Olympus" and "The Light" writer/creator Nathan Edmondson returns with a brand new Image Comics miniseries titled "Who Is Jake Ellis?," an espionage thriller about a man who may or may not exist.
“Marvel Divas” writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa sees the personal lives of four Marvel heroines to be just as crazy as their costumed adventures. We speak with him and preview exclusive art from the miniseries.