PREVIEWS: "Spider-Gwen," "Chewbacca" & More Marvel Comics on Sale October 14, 2015
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To promote his "Jupiter's Legacy" prequel, the writer will send himself to the store with the biggest order of the first trade with Wilfredo Torres.
The complete first issue of Mark Millar & Wilfredo Torres' Image Comics/Millarworld series has been released for free online, to commemorate the Supreme Court's decision.
New heroes enter the spotlight in the latest issue of Mark Millar and Wilfredo Torres' "Jupiter's Legacy" prequel.
Initially a seven-day art auction on eBay, the #TorresBenefit has mushroomed into much more, thanks to the reach of social media and the kindness of the industry.
The writer explains to CBR how he's upsetting expectations for a classic superhero story, and shares an exclusive look at all-new designs by Frank Quitely.
Mark Millar and Wilfredo Torres' "Jupiter's Circle" #1 is "an interesting, reality-tinged run with a different perspective on the heroic ideal. "
Mark Millar & Wilfredo Torres mix personal dramas and super-powered spectacle in Image Comics' "Jupiter's Legacy" prequel, "Jupiter's Circle."
Mark Millar is joined by artist Wilfredo Torres in 2015 for a ten-issue prequel to "Jupiter's Legacy," a project he first teased last week.
Archie's new Dark Circle Comics has revealed its first three titles: "The Black Hood," "The Shield" and a second volume of "The Fox."
Courtesy of Dynamite, CBR presents an all-new exclusive preview of Matt Wagner and Wilfredo Torres' "The Shadow: Year One" #1. The series debuts Wednesday, February 20.
In a new eight-part series, Matt Wagner returns to the "Year One" mold to tell a definitive story of The Shadow's first days killing crime including new revelations, a new villain and the origins of the classic mad laugh.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Lobster Johnson: The Prayer of Neferu." The one-shot, by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Wilfredo Torres, goes on sale August 22.
BOOM! Studios Month continues with Chris Morgan and Kevin Walsh, co-writers of “Salem: Queen of Thorns,” who stop by to talk about their wicked colonial tale of real witches and the hero who stands against them.