@grenadeflow: Tony gets a Moon Knight book, we get a podcast.
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Who is the most acclaimed female writer in comic history. Kelly Sue, Nocenti, and Simone don't do much for me. They're decent. Weezy Simonson was decent too. I just can't think of any CLASSIC female script books.
By the way... I like DeCampi, Cloonan, and Deering so far.
I love this series! So many things happening at once. The artwork is beautiful. I love the fact Ex Nihilo's species names are very similar. Ex Nihila and Ex Nihili.
They are going to run out of vowels eventually.
Didn't strage say he hadnt been yet exposed to the terrigen mist?
Yes but that doesnt change that it clearly looks like a whole new character as opposed to someone whom we already know.
Oh well yeah, I thought you ruled out my hypothesis that he is thre character in the Inhumanity Teaser.
I'm still reading even though I thought this thread died 20 some odd days ago. Bleeding Cool has some spoilerish ideas about Thanos' son.
From the link, you can tell his name is Thane which makes sense. Personally I think he will be a healer (as opposed to the destroyer that his father is).
Fantagraphics, Image, Koyama, Archaia (now part of Boom!) and Vertigo used to be.
Abstract is by one person, though.
I never heard of Koyama. I'll need to check them out.
No self published? :(
Well, Abstract is a self published.
@turoksonofstone: See, I'm not so impressed with licensed properties. or rehashing older characters, then again, I guess that's all Marvel and DC does.
Image, Vertigo, and Valiant are probably top three. Followed closely by Dark Horse.
The only thing I see from DC is marketing gimmicks, every fall, reminding everyone of the 90s.
I think Marvel needs some props for being a little experimental with their properties, but where I think Marvel excels is in the use of colorists that completely have their own style.