Tag Sean Phillips

Ed Brubaker

52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week. Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their…

You Want 2nds? – The Fade Out #2

  Hi folks, welcome to ARCHIE G’s. I’m your waiter, Raoul.   Here at ARCHIE G’s, we don’t think you can make a dependable Pull List decision based on the first serving of a comic. Publishers throw everything they’ve got at a…

Review | Void

A fast-paced story now translated into English, Titan Comics' Void sets a new bar for graphic novel thrillers and is a must for fans of Sean Phillips.

Review | Scene Of The Crime

A new edition from Image provides an opportunity to enjoy an early work from Brubaker, Lark and Phillips. From the co-creators of Gotham Central and FATALE comes a lost crime noir masterpiece. Long out of print, and presented here for…

Web Arted Nov 16th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days: Miller, Cho, Simonson, Manning, Quesada, Tedesco, Cassaday, Dodson, Kane, Canete and more!

The Walking Dead #100

When any book hits a milestone, it's routinely momentous and deserving of a measured amount of fan fare. With its 100th issueThe Walking Dead, co-created by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore, hit such a milestone with its July 11th release, accompanied a wealth of media hype, fan hype and more covers than can possibly be necessary. Yet in a case like this, what matters is the comic itself, as regardless, in the end, a book needs to stand on its own.

Web Arted Jun 8th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days: Ditko, Adams, Kirby, Vermeer, Stokes, Quitely, Pope, Robbins, Hergé and more!

Just A Thought | Holiday Gift Guide

It’s the holiday season again and a lot of you out there have little or big nerds to buy for. It can be daunting, especially if you’re not someone who is into comics. But here I am with not only…

Just A Thought | The Outfit

My graphic novel of last year was Darwyn Cooke’s adaptation of The Hunter. If you’ve read my column at all in the last year, you know that I love this book a lot. So needless to say, I have been…

Cover for Incognito Season Two!

Over on his blog, artist Sean Phillips teases the next Incognito series by posting a cover sketch for the first issue. The follow-up to Phillips and writer Ed Brubaker’s Eisner-nominated series is actually subtitled “Bad Influences,” Brubaker said on Twitter,…

Incognito to Appear On The Big Screen

It appears that Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ “Incognito” is headed for the big screen. The critically-acclaimed, Eisner-nominated miniseries published under Marvel’s Icon imprint has been optioned for a feature film by 20th Century Fox, reports the Deadline Hollywood blog.…