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Tuesday, 21 July 2015 17:25
New York, NY—July 21st, 2015— When monsters ruled the Marvel Universe, the wildly imaginative brain and pencil of Jack Kirby brought dozens upon dozens of these creatures to life. Monster comics may be a thing of the past, but Marvel is celebrating their legacy this October with over twenty-five KIRBY MONSTER VARIANTS coming to some of Marvel’s biggest new titles! Featuring some of the industry’s most legendary and iconic artists, witness the inimitable imagination of Jack Kirby brought to life by Geof Darrow, Paul Pope, Art Adams, Eric Powell, Simon Bisley, Cliff Chiang and many, many more! Read more...
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Sunday, 12 July 2015 15:34
When it comes to haunting, dark artwork that almost looks like it should be hung up in a museum somewhere, the comics industry turns to Mr. Jae Lee. A 20+ year vetran in the industry, Jae has worked on it all from Wolverine to WildC.A.T.S to Stephen King's Dark Tower to his monumental run on the New 52 reboot of Batman/Superman. Jae has become one of the comic industry's top talents and most enthrallic and unique artists in a long time! I had the chance to catch up with Jae at Montreal ComicCon and have a talk about his start, his run on Batman/Superman and more! I could have talked with Jae forever, but it was the last 5-10 minutes of the con day and he was about to pack up! But he was so awesome he granted me this interview anyway!  Check it out! Read more...
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Monday, 18 May 2015 13:14
New York, NY—May 15th, 2015— This June, the most dangerous corner of Battleworld is born in WEIRDWORLD #1 – a brand new entry in the Secret Wars! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your new look at the exciting first issue from blockbuster writer Jason Aaron (Star Wars, Thor) and critically acclaimed artist Mike Del Mundo (All-New X-Men, Elektra). Venture deep into the strangest domain of them all as a lone warrior embarks on a savage quest. It is a world of swords, sorcery and all things bizarre. A land of gods and monster. Where perverted science and arcane magic run rampant. It is Weirdworld, the land where lost things go. Among its twisted and crazed landscapes walks Arkon, the barbarian king. With a sword in one hand and a battle bolt in the other, he ventures through Weirdworld in a desperate attempt to get back home. Yet each bend in the road brings new horrors, new monsters, new awful ways to meet your end. If Arkon is to find his way back to his homeland, he must first survive the Secret Wars! But can he? Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Sunday, 01 June 2014 14:04
lobo bisley 2I’ve done a fair share of interviews with comic creators over the past few years, and some people you think are going to be awesome, turn out to be not so much...and then there are others that, for whatever reasons, you think are going to be crappy interviews, and they turn into great ones. And then, you interview someone who you have so much respect for...and they turn out to be freakin’ amazing people. The latter is the case with Simon Bisley. Simon, in case you don’t know, was a big part of the “british invasion” in the late 80’s and early 90’s in comics. Along with such creators from across the pond such as Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore and painter Glenn Fabry (whom I got an interview with as well), Simon took the American comics world by storm and changed the entire scope of comics...forever. Bisley’s out of control, take no prisoners art style has made its impact on comics history, but his legacy is truly how he took a minor, b-list, skinny, alien bounty hunter named Lobo, and made him a muscle-bound, foul mouthed, womanizing, heavy metal badassed DC Comics icon! Read more...
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Wednesday, 21 May 2014 12:09
“I still find it weird that people are framing my work to put on their walls...” r 4 Most comic book collectors agree that the first thing them drew them to comics was the first cover image they saw. Mine? Easy – Batman, cape shooting up into the air around him, diving onto Judge Dredd’s Lawmaster while the iconic lawman blasted towards the reader. Designed by the amazingly talented Simon Bisley, Judgement on Gotham burned that image into my brain for years to come. Each collector has their favourite cover too. I keep going back to the current run of Green Arrow and the amazing artwork of Andrea Sorrentino. Depicting a different member of the Outsiders Clan against a backdrop of Oliver Queen in a dynamic pose really sets the pulse racing for what’s to come. Some of us will collect comics just for their covers. Read more...
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Tuesday, 03 September 2013 08:02
2000AD_logo_buttonThere is always some news about a creator returning to a project that gave them their big break. This time is no different, but it is so much more eXciting! Simon Bisley is returning to the pages of 2000AD with the character that made him the industry legend he is today Slaine! For a special 30th anniversary one off page Simon Bisley will be back at the helm of the barbarian we all know and love! Check out the press release below and tell us what you think! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 04 August 2013 10:20
 2000AD_logo_button2000 AD has been going strong for a lot of years, and so is the Barbarian they are going to be unleashing in their pages next week! Slaine the Barbarian is coming back to the pages of 2000 AD and we here at ENR News think this is going to be HUGE! Creator Pat Mills is at the Helm of Slaine: The Book of Scars along with some of the biggest named artists who ever worked on the book! Check out the press release below and the fantastic art and tell us what you think! Read more...
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 10:04
Injustice-Gods-Among-Us-Lobo-TrailerThat's right, bastitch! The Main Man is coming to Injustice: Gods Among Us by way of DLC, and someone's about to get fragged! The very first downloadable character is about to hit consoles everywhere on May 7th, and it is the intergalactic bounty hunter, Lobo!  If you aren't familiar with The Main Man, here's a bit of history fer ya, geekwad! Lobo was created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer in DC's Omega Men in 1983, and was originally a thin, alien bounty hunter that resembled a member of Kiss back then. He soon caused trouble for quite a few of DC's straight laced superheroes, namely Superman...whom Lobo affectionately calls "the big blue boy scout"! Over the years, and thanks to a big makeover by artist Simon Bisley, Lobo, The Last Czarnian (he killed everyone on his home planet...just for fun) became more musclebound and a bit more of a metal-head looking character, and quite the cult hit with adult readers in the 90's. Lobo comics were raw, vulgar, graphic and utterly hilarious.  Read more...
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