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Ales Kot, Will Tempest, and Tom Muller Bring Material #1 to Image Comics

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A man comes home, forever changed by Guantanamo Bay.  An actress gets the offer that can save her career.  Unscathed by a riot, a boy becomes a revolutionary.  An unknown …
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Valiant Solicitations for May 2015

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MAN, it’s a huge month for Valiant in May. Divinity roars to a close, for starters. Ivar, Timewalker releases a TPB of the first arc and launches into the second, apparently …
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Image Comics May Solicitations

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Image Comics released their May solicitations today, and they include seven new number one issues, as well as the continuing adventures of many of your favorite Image Comics characters and …
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New Mini-Series, Dead Drop, Coming this May from Valiant

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Ales Kot (Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier, Secret Avengers) and Adam Gorham (Zero) bring Dead Drop, a new four issue limited series, to Valiant this May.  The first issue arrives with …
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The Darkness: Vicious Traditions (One-Shot) Preview
4 years ago

The Darkness: Vicious Traditions (One-Shot) Preview

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*Mature Readers recommended

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ALES KOT (ZERO, WILD CHILDREN) joins DEAN ORMSTON (Judge Dredd, Predator, Books of Magick) to …
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Review: Zero #2
4 years ago

Review: Zero #2

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Ales Kot has burst onto the comic scene like few other creators have in recent years. He’s made name for himself by writing smart, dense stories with heavy political and social …
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Comic Review: Zero #1
4 years ago

Comic Review: Zero #1

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Ales Kot has burst onto the comic scene like few other creators have in recent years. He’s made name for himself by writing smart, dense stories with heavy political and …
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SDCC: NerdSpan’s Favorite Comic Stories Day 3

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San Diego Comic-Con is upon us.

NerdSpan comic contributors are sharing their favorite comic stories to help celebrate the biggest weekend on the nerd calendar.

Up next is Leo Johnson …
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Review: Change #4
5 years ago

Review: Change #4

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Change is a comic that is tough to pin down. Writer Ales Kot and artist Morgan Jeske have crafted a comic that’s full of supernatural, sci-fi, and a bit of a hopeless love story. As the name suggests, it’s all about change, but also rebirths, beginnings, and ending. In the miniseries’ final issue, it reinforces all this, but also leaves us with the statement “Nothing is too beautiful to last. Nothing is too good to happen.”

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