Black Mask Creators Unite to Discuss All Things Comics

Black Mask Creators Unite to Discuss All Things Comics

With San Diego Comic-Con just days away, the monstrous metroplex between Los Angeles and San Diego has begun to fill up with the best, brightest, and most legendary comic book creators in the world. Last night, independent publisher Black Mask Studios and The Nerdist assembled a panel of Black Mask’s most notable creators past and present, along with newly minted Black Mask contributor and comic book industry legend Grant Morrison. The panelists included Black Mask…

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Black Mask Studios Launches Digital Distribution With ComiXology & Amazon

Black Mask Studios Launches Digital Distribution With ComiXology & Amazon

Black Mask Studios, comiXology and Amazon have announced a distribution agreement to release Black Mask’s digital library of comic books and graphic novels across the comiXology platform and Amazon’s Kindle Store. Launched in 2013 by Matt Pizzolo (Godkiller, Occupy Comics), Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion, Epitaph Records, ANTI- Records), and Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), Black Mask Studios is a comics publisher and media production company devoted to supporting bold new voices and provocative stories. “Black…

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GODKILLER from Black Mask Studios Sells Out, Tops Reorders

GODKILLER from Black Mask Studios Sells Out, Tops Reorders

Godkiller, a new series from independent publisher Black Mask Studios, is turning into a serious hit for the publisher. Today the young imprint announced that the second issue of the series has already sold out at a distributor level, and would be receiving a second print alongside the reprint of the first issue. In addition, the upcoming third issue is currently riding atop Diamond Distributors’ Advance Reorder rankings, suggesting that retailers are starting to see…

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“Occupy Comics #1” Shouts with Fury in the Name of Unity

“Occupy Comics #1” Shouts with Fury in the Name of Unity

When you look at the names on the cover of this book, don’t be ashamed if your eyebrows go up. From the beginning, Occupy Comics wages war on your expectations. It is exactly what you think it is, and you expect to be insulated from its expected message, but the razor-sharp delivery of focused bursts from some of the best creative minds in the industry makes that impossible. Each of the vignettes contained within the…

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