Image Hopes Timely New Series Will Be “No. 1 With A Bullet”

Image Hopes Timely New Series Will Be “No. 1 With A Bullet”

Image Comics announced today a new series from Jacob Semahn and Jorge Corona, creators of “Goners.” No. 1 With A Bullet, a new thriller from the best-selling team, debuts from Image Comics this November. Nash Huang is a social media and celebrity and her peak. But when a new piece of wearable tech hits the market which allows wearing to record their surroundings with the blink of an eye, Nash’s charmed life becomes a nightmare. After the…

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FEATHERS creator, Jorge Corona, joins WE ARE…ROBIN

FEATHERS creator, Jorge Corona, joins WE ARE…ROBIN

Good news for the indie world hit today, as DC Comics announces that Feathers creator, Jorge Corona, will be joining We Are… Robin in June. Corona joins the post-Convergence event title as an artist, working alongside Rob Haynes and Khary Randolph, as well as writer Lee Bermejo (Joker, Suiciders). Corona, who has already done work with DC in Batman Beyond Unlimited and Teen Titans Go!, has recently done some tremendous work with his series, Feathers, which is…

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Indie Creators Dominate Manning Award Nominations

Indie Creators Dominate Manning Award Nominations

Breaking into comics is no easy task. There are hundreds of books released each month, and it’s difficult for even the most talented creators to set themselves apart. Each year at San Diego Comic-Con, the Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award is given to the creator who does the best job of setting themselves apart from the pack. This year the award was largely dominated by independent creators. The nominees included creators from Archaia, Image, BOOM!, Oni,…

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REVIEW: FEATHERS #3 – A Darker Tone Looms

REVIEW: FEATHERS #3 – A Darker Tone Looms

So far Jorge Corona has not ceased to amaze me yet with Feathers. Not only have I fallen in love with Poe and his friends, but I have become deeply invested in the now critical plot point now that we’re halfway through Feathers’ six issue run. Our feathered hero’s past is starting to come to light, even though it’s only a few subtle hints into how Poe came to be. Corona has had a knack…

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REVIEW: Feathers #2 is Captivating and Mesmerizing

REVIEW: Feathers #2 is Captivating and Mesmerizing

What would you do if your body was covered in feathers and couldn’t go out during the day? Well I think I’d be just as tempted as Poe, the hero of Feathers, a boy covered in feathers from head to toe. The second issue of Feathers brings some problems to Poe, as he’s out exploring during the day and is discovered by the leader of The City’s daughter, Bianca, a girl fascinated with The Maze. The…

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REVIEW: FEATHERS #1 is a Subtly Smart Delight

REVIEW: FEATHERS #1 is a Subtly Smart Delight

Archaia certainly knows how to delight. Feathers is an unusual heroic origin story, even in the diverse comic book marketplace which has evolved over the last several years. Rather than choose the far-flung future or some seedy metropolitan area beset by crime, creator Jorge Corona has created a world which walks a fine line between magic and realism. The medieval city of Feathers calls to mind the Agraba of Disney’s Alladin, both in its colorful…

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