Hope Larson’s new teen detective series follows the exploits of an amateur sleuth living on a Florida resort.
Publisher SelfMadeHero is releasing The Murder Mile this February, a detective story from Brighton-based based artist (and athlete) Paul Collicutt that is set during the era of Roger Bannister’s world record-breaking four-minute mile.
DC Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: J.H. William III, Cully Hamner Colours: Dave Stewart, Laura Martin The art on Detective Comics has so far been dazzling, J.H. William III’s realistic pencils and elaborate panel compositions set off by Dave Stewart’s measured use of red. William’s is also capable of versatility, shifting styles when the tone demands […]
DC Writer: Greg Rucka Art: J.H. Williams III, Cully Hamner Colours: Dave Stewart I must confess that I had no real interest in the new Batwoman fronted Detective Comics, and only bought the issue for J.H. William’s art. But I’m glad to be proven wrong. Greg Rucka’s work on this series has the making of […]
Story: Neil Gaiman Art: Andy Kubert Inks: Scott Williams Colours: Alex Sinclair Trust Neil Gaiman to write a story like ‘Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?’ Whereas Gaiman’s most recent mainstream superhero work such as 1602 and Eternals has been pretty conventional business, this tale was far closer to his more ambiguous work from Vertigo. […]