Stealth is a new Skybound series from the creative minds of Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri. With a deal already in place for Universal (Lee Daniels tapped to direct) to create this as a film, could be an interesting book to watch. Most of the time media deals told in advance don’t help speculation.
Straight out of the Image Press Release box… New printings for Excellence with new cover art.
A brand new series from Image/Skybound with writer Khary Randolph and Brandon Thomas. Keep reading for the full press release and info:
Khary Randolph (We Are Robin, Black, Tech Jacket) and Brandon Thomas (Horizon, The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury, Noble) ignite a generational war in an all-new, action-fantasy series—Excellence—launching from Image/Skybound Entertainment this May. This new series features a creative team comprised entirely of creators of color.
Long ago, there was a book Robert Kirkman put out called Hardcore that had potential to be a pretty good book. I actually liked it and owned it when I first started to get back into comics. I was actually confused on why it didn’t have any issues beyond issue #1.
It now looks like that book is coming to life again, from writer Andy Diggle and Alessandro Vitti.
Continue reading “Hardcore Gears Up To Save The World”
San Diego Comic Con, the Nerd Superbowl, started on July 18th. This was definitely a transition year for SDCC. Almost everything is a lottery now. On one hand, it’s an even playing field. On another hand, those who are more vigilant and willing to work harder don’t get an advantage. Depends on your definition of fairness. Attendees could sign up in what’s called an “Exclusives Portal” for lotteries to all major signings and exclusive booths. I entered for almost everything in every time slot. I won nothing. Squat. So we can say I wasn’t a big fan this year. My main request of SDCC is to only allow each winning attendee to win only once, since some people won multiples while some won nothing. Continue reading “San Diego Comic Con 2018 Wrap Up”
A new writer has been picked up to write the final story arc for Thief of Thieves that was originally launched by Robert Kirkman, was even optioned at one point.
Brett Lewis will be picking this up to end it all from the sounds of things.
Continue reading “THIEF OF THIEVES Launches Final Story Arc with a High-Stakes Prison Break”
Image just sent out a press release for two Sienkiewicz variant covers to celebrate Walking Dead’s 15th Anniversary for issues 175 and 176.
Continue reading “Sienkiewicz Variants In Celebration of THE WALKING DEAD's 15th Anniversary REVEALED”
Thanks to STEVEN BISCOTTI at Whatchareading for the interview.
Friday, during a busy afternoon at New York Comic Con, What’cha Reading had the opportunity to speak with Paul Azaceta, the popular artist behind the unsettling visuals of Robert Kirkman’s latest title – Outcast. The already year old comic by Skybound and Image is soon to be a television series on Cinemax; its only added to the intensity of fandom that the New Jersey based and Cadence Comic Art represented artist has encountered. So, on this crowded and more attended than SDCC event, we found Paul Azaceta at the Skybound booth and spoke to him about everything from his experience at this year’s New York Comic Con, to the visual development and approach to his work, and just how you could obtain one of his original pieces of art. Continue reading “NYCC 2015: Interview with Outcast’s Paul Azaceta”
Skybound Entertainments first movie, Air, staring Norman Reedus to premier at SDCC Continue reading “Skybound’s Air to premier at SDCC”
Just think about all the books Kirkman’s Skybound puts out and think potential movie deals on all of them, the reason, Universal has signed a two-year first-look film deal with Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment. Continue reading “Robert Kirkman signs first look deal with Universal”
Issue #3 of the epic fantasy series from Skybound will go to a second printing.
Writer Joshua Williamson (NAILBITER, GHOSTED), artist Andrei Bressan, and colorist Adriano Lucas’ bestselling Skybound series BIRTHRIGHT grows in readership and praise as the story’s plot twists continue the epic fantasy ride. BIRTHRIGHT #3 is being fast fast-tracked to a second printing in order to meet customer demand. Continue reading “Birthright #3 sold out and being fast-passed to second printing”