Peter Pan may be the boy who wouldn’t grow up, but World War II is no place for kids – as Pan and The Lost Boys will discover as Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins reimagine a popular story from the past for an all new white-knuckle adventure.
“I absolutely love communicating in a pictorial language. I once heard Stephen King call writing “a form of telepathy”, and I think comics take that even further. If writing is like telepathy, then comics must be like a kind of temporary Mind Control.”
– Rob Guillory.
Comicsphere: To kick things off; are there any Image books that hold a special place on your bookshelves? Shane Houghton: Image Comics has put out so many incredible books over the years! A few of my current favorites are Chew, Li’l Depressed Boy, Orc Stain, Skullkickers, and Elephantmen. CHRIS Houghton: Yeah, Shane and I tend to read a lot of the same stuff. We also love The [...]
We have much love and respect for British comic book writer Andy Diggle. Famed for his writing on Hellblazer, Swamp Thing and The Losers, Diggle also made a name for himself as former editor of British anthology 2000AD, as well as a high-profile Daredevil run that saw him take Matt Murdock closer to the edge than ever before.
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Sean Murphy talks to Negative Zone about his latest releases: ‘Hellblazer: City of Demons’ and ‘American Vampire: Survival of The Fittest’