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Preview: A Voice In The Dark: Get Your Gun #2

A Voice In The Dark: Get Your Gun #2

Story By: Larime Taylor
Art By: Larime Taylor
Art By: Sylv Taylor
Cover By: Terry Moore
Cover By: Sylv Taylor
Price: $3.99
Diamond ID: AUG140690
Published: January 14, 2015

Zoey and Rio get to know each other better and find in each other someone who truly understands them. Detective Dunst starts to narrow down the suspect list, but is he working for justice or money?


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The weekend is almost here! What’s everyone have on their plans?

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WWGP – Pistol Annies Launching Interactive Graphic Novel Online Leading Up to “Annie Up” Release May 7Wonder why they wen that route?

Kotaku – There are 18 Armors in the Official Iron Man 3 Game. Can You Name Them?Fun quiz time!

CBR – Bendis & Andreyko’s “Torso” To Be Adapted by Sundance Favorite Lowery Cool.

Bleeding Cool – What Exactly Did Robert Venditti Say About Plans To Kill Off John Stewart?Still think it could be a good storyline.

Kotaku – When Video Game Artists Get To Redesign Comic Book SuperheroesSome I really dig.

The Hollywood Reporter – Terry Moore’s Horror Comic ‘Rachel Rising’ Heading to Television (Exclusive)Yay!

Comics Alliance –Robert Morales, Writer Of Marvel’s ‘Truth: Red, White And Black,’ Passes AwaySad news.

The Mary Sue – DC Comics Pulls The Plug On Executive Column After Too Many Tough Questions From FansIn what other industry do fans have this much access to decision makers?

Kotaku – See What Censorship Has Done To These MangaHuh.

Kotaku – Injustice: Gods Among Us: The Kotaku ReviewI need to get this game.


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CBR – Age of Ultron #6

Comic Vine – B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth – A Cold Day In Hell #106

Comic Vine – Cable and X-Force #7

Comic Vine – Captain Marvel #12

CBR – Daredevil #25

Comic Vine – Iron Man #8

Comic Vine – Jirni #1

Comic Vine – Justice League of America’s Vibe #3

The Spectrum – Mind MGMT Vol. 1

Spandexless – The Private Eye

Comic Vine – Red Hood and the Outlaws #19

Comic Vine – Star Wars: Darth Vader And The Ninth Assassin #1

Comic Vine – Superior Spider-Man #8

Comic Vine – Venom #34

Gender Through Comic Books, The Free Comics Course

DiplomaMark Waid on his blog last night posted about the new online course by Ball State University, “Gender Through Comic Books.” The all-star group of comic creators getting behind this education experience includes Brian K. Vaughan, Scott Snyder, Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, Dan Slott, Terry Moore, Jonathan Hickman, Brian Michael Bendis, Gail Simone, Waid and more. That’s an impressive line up of talent.

The course is the brainchild of Christy Blanch. It’s a Massive Open Online Course, which makes it freely available to anyone, anywhere across the world. As long as you have web access, you’re good. There’s no cost, no obligation, and you can enroll now here.

Here’s the description directly from the course website:

The course, led by Christina Blanch of Ball State University, uses a study of comic books incorporating highly interactive video lectures, online discussions between students, and real-time socially driven interviews. Interviews with the comic industry’s biggest names such as Terry Moore, Brian K Vaughan, Mark Waid, as well as others address questions of gender representations and constructions involving both men and women.

There’ll be live weekly interviews as well with creators and editors who will be taking questions live through Twitter.

If you’re still not convinced, here’s a video promoting the course.


Preview – CBLDF Liberty Annual 2012

CBLDF Liberty Annual 2012

Story by: Howard Chaykin, Andy Diggle, Kieron Gillen, Brandon Graham, David Hine, Joe Keatinge, Robert Kirkman, Jim McCann, Terry Moore, Chris Roberson, James Robinson, Richard Starkings, Jonathan Hickman, James Asmus Art By: Michael Allred, Nate Bellegarde, J. Bone, Doug Braithwaite, Ian Churchill, Chynna Clugston-Flores, Chris Giarrusso, Sina Grace, Brandon Graham, Roger Landridge, Janet Lee, Terry Moore, Ben Templesmith Cover By: Gabriel Ba Variant Cover by: Terry Dodson
Price: $4.99

CBLDF LIBERTY ANNUAL returns! This year’s installment is edited by Image Comics Publisher ERIC STEPHENSON, who has recruited an all-star line-up of writers and artists to make ALL-NEW stories about the positive qualities of freedom! All proceeds from this book benefit the COMIC BOOK LEGAL DEFENSE FUND, who’ve been fighting censorship in comics for over 25 years!

NYCC 2012 – Terry Moore Debut’s Strangers In Paradise on comiXology

Today at New York Comic Con 2012, Abstract Studio and comiXology announced the digital debut of legendary creator Terry Moore’s entire Eisner Award-winning romantic epic Strangers in Paradise. Spanning 107 issues and compiled in 19 trades, Strangers in Paradise has long been hailed as one of the seminal works of sequential art and now fans can experience the entire series across comiXology’s entire platform.

All 107 issues and 19 trades of Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise are available now on comiXology in their patent pending Guided View reading technology. For owners of the new iPad, the series can be experienced in comiXology’s high definition CMX-HD format. Abstract Studio and comiXology worked closely together to acquire the highest resolution source material possible to present Moore’s Strangers in Paradise in comiXology’s stunning high-definition comic format.

Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise focuses on the difficult relationship between a kind-hearted hopeless romantic Francine, her best friend Katchoo a jilted artist with a mysterious past, and David Qin an NYU art student madly in love with Katchoo with a few secrets of his own. A mix of romance, comedy and thriller, Strangers in Paradise has received critical acclaim since it’s original print debut in 1993. Through out its run the series has received multiple awards including the Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story in 1996, the National Cartoonists Ruben Award for Best Comic Book in 1997, as well as the GLAAD Award for Best Comic Book in 2001 and 2008.

CBLDF Liberty Annual features stories by top creators

This year’s CBLDF Liberty Annual anthology, benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and published by Image Comics, declares “It’s good to be free!” Edited by Image Publisher Eric Stephenson, the 48-page anthology to be released on October 31 features short stories by some of comics’ hottest creators.

Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard contribute an all-new story about The Walking Dead arch-villain The Governor, who will be making his debut in the television series this season. The anthology also features incredible stories by Howard Chaykin, Kieron Gillen, Jim McCann, Terry Moore, Chris Roberson, James Robinson, and more! Eye-popping art by stars like Michael Allred, Chynna Clugston-Flores, Janet Lee, and Ben Templesmith completes this celebration of comics and free speech. In addition, previews of two upcoming Image comics—Storm Dogs by David Hine and Doug Braithwaite and The Savior by James Robinson and J. Bone—will be included.

The anthology features an “A” cover by Gabriel Bá (AUG120468), a “B” cover by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson (AUG120469), and a “C” cover by Chris Giarrusso (AUG128005).

All proceeds from the CBLDF Liberty Annual 2012 will benefit the important First Amendment legal work of the CBLDF, a non-profit group dedicated to protecting the free speech of the comics community of retailers, creators, publishers, librarians, and readers. It is available for pre-order now.

Here is the complete list of creative teams (Writer and Artist; one name indicates creator both writes and draws the story):

Howard Chaykin and Sina Grace
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
Chris Roberson and Roger Langridge
Jonathan Hickman
Terry Moore
Richard Starkings and Ian Churchill
David Hine and Doug Braithwaite
Joe Keatinge and Chynna Clugston-Flores
Kieron Gillen and Nate Belllegarde
Brandon Graham
Chris Giarrusso
James Asmus and Takeshi Miyazawa
James Robinson and J. Bone
Jim McCann and Janet Lee
Andy Diggle and Ben Templesmith

Terry Moore’s Harvey Award-Winning Echo Makes It’s Digital Debut On comiXology Today


March 27th – 2012, New York, NY – For the first time ever, legendary comic book creator Terry Moore brings his critically acclaimed, Harvey award-winning, Eisner nominated series Echo to comiXology — the world’s largest digital comics distributor — this Wednesday March 28th, 2012. The first half of Moore’s fan favorite, science-fiction, action adventure series will be available across comiXology’s entire platform, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and the Webwith the rest of the series appearing on comiXology’s platform the following week.

“Terry Moore is a giant in the comic book field,” says comiXology CEO and co-Founder David Steinberger. “Being able to deliver the complete run of Echo to comic book fans across the globe all on the same day — at just the click of a button — is why we created comiXology in the first place. Nothing makes me more proud than expanding the audiences able to experience this great comic series.”

“I’m excited to debut Echo digitally on comiXology and capture an entirely new audience for my work,” said Echo creator Terry Moore. “As an independent creator, it’s important to have my work on every outlet available. ComiXology is the proven leader in digital comic book and graphic novel distribution and it’s the perfect place to digitally debut Echo.”

Terry Moore’s Echo has gained critical acclaim from all quarters since it’s original print debut back in 2008, including winning the 2009 Harvey Award for Best New series.  Also in 2009, Producer Lloyd Levin — most widely known as the producer for Watchmen, Mystery Men and Hellboy — optioned the rights to Echowith an eye toward film production.

Echo follows the tale of photographer Julie Martin after she inadvertently becomes linked to a mysterious metal alloy capable of granting her strange powers. On the run from a government out to harness the alloy for reasons unknown, Julie must discover the secrets of the metal for herself while protecting those closest to her before it’s too late.

The digital debut of Echo, follows on the heels of the success of the same day as print release of Moore’s current ongoing series Rachel Rising #6 on comiXology, Moore continues to pave the way for independent creators and publishers seeking a new audience among digital readership.

Echo will be released in both single issues and in collected digital trades, offering fans the chance to experience this outstanding comic book in the way that works best for them.

Comic fans everywhere can start adding Terry Moore’s Echo to their digital comic libraries this coming Wednesday March 28th only on the Comics by comiXology platform.


About comiXology  Founded in 2007 with the mission of bringing comics to people everywhere, comiXology — in just five short years — has revolutionized the comic book and graphic novel world. From creating the industry leading platform for digital comics to tools and services for brick and mortar retailers, comiXology has lead the charge in exposing new audiences to the rich history and culture of comic books. With the development of the Comics by comiXology digital comics platform — available across iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and the Web— comiXology provides the easiest way worldwide for people to enjoy comics at just the click of a button! Regularly ranking as the top grossing iPad app in the entire iTunes App Store, Comics by comiXology was recently selected as a preloaded app on Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Providing digital comics across multiple platforms, comiXology will not stop until everyone on the face of the earth has been turned into a comic book fan.

Rachel Rising excerpt in The Walking Dead #95

Rachel Rising excerpt to appear in THE WALKING DEAD #95

THE WALKING DEAD #95, in stores on March 28, will have a five-page preview of Terry Moore’s horror comic Rachel Rising, published by Moore’s own Abstract Studio. The trade paperback collecting the first six issues of the ongoing series by the Strangers in Paradise creator, Rachel Rising: The Shadow of Death, will be in comic book stores the same day.

Rachel Rising tells the story of a young woman who cannot die. She wakes up at the foot of her own shallow grave, looking at her own freshly-murdered corpse. The events of her last night are hazy, and Rachel must piece together the events that led to her death — so that she can take revenge on the right person. Comic Book Resources described Rachel Rising as being “chock full of decadent mystery, unspeakable horror, strong characters, and beautiful black and white artwork, and it’s on its way to becoming the best of Terry Moore’s already impressive work.”

THE WALKING DEAD creator Robert Kirkman decided to include the preview in the latest issue of the Image Comics bestseller to support Moore’s work.

“Terry is a personal hero of mine dating back to my self-publishing days,” he writes in his introduction to the preview. “I’ve always been a fan of his work and an admirer of everything he’s been able to accomplish independently.”

THE WALKING DEAD #95 by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Cliff Rathburn continues the series’ “A Larger World” storyline. Rachel Rising: The Shadow of Death (ISBN 978-1-89259-751-9) is a 120-page black-and-white trade paperback.

Image Comics is a comic book and graphic novel publisher founded in 1992 by a collective of best-selling artists. Image has since gone on to become one of the largest comics publishers in the United States. Image currently has five partners: Robert Kirkman, Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino. It consists of five major houses: Todd McFarlane Productions, Top Cow Productions, Shadowline, Skybound and Image Central. Image publishes comics and graphic novels in nearly every genre, sub-genre, and style imaginable. It offers science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor and more by the finest artists and writers working in the medium today. For more information, visitwww.imagecomics.com.

Robert Kirkman’s success and passionate advocacy for creator-owned comics led him to become the first person invited to become a partner at Image Comics since the company’s inception twenty years ago. He’s the creator/writer of the Eisner Award-winning The Walking Dead, long-running Invincible, kid-friendly Super Dinosaur, The Astounding Wolfman, and new title Thief of Thieves, among many others. Kirkman has earned the respect of the comic, writing and television communities and topped the New York Times bestseller list for graphic novels in 2011, taking four of the top spots.  He’s the creator/executive producer and writer of the hit television show, AMC’s The Walking Dead, the highest-rated basic cable drama of all time in the U.S, also an international success in 120 countries and 250 million households.  www.Skybound.com is your destination for all news and merchandise for Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead and all Skybound titles.

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I had a great night last night watching Kevin Smith‘s new movie Red State followed by a question and answer session.  the movie is fantastic and blows Smith’s previous work away.  Expect a review today.  Yes, I’m bummed a man with 1.7 million followers couldn’t get me a date to the screening (see the tweet below), but what can you do.  Onto the comic book news.

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Northwestern – Bruce Wayne to Batman: It’s basic physiology – What would it take for a real world person to become Batman?  Head to Northwestern and find out!

Readers – Winter Star Productions Announces Graphic Novel Along with its Movie “Midnight Reckoning” – This time it’s the movie that becomes the graphic novel.

PR – Central City Tower Debuts Graphic Novel at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo – Some news out of C2E2

Bleeding Cool – David Slade To Direct New Daredevil Film – I actually liked the first one.  It wasn’t great, but it was ok.

CBLDF – The Good Fighters: Terry Moore – Any time we can plug the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.  Support them!

Comics Alliance – Digital Comics: Why They Can’t Be Both a Shark and a Goldfish – Are digital comics good or bad? You decide!

ICv2 – ‘Captain Action Spider-Man & Captain America Costume Sets’ – I want!

CBR Robot 6 – Bat-mystery solved! Bruce Wayne is a Yale graduate! – Even more of a reason to dislike him.

Comic Book Movie – Easter Egg Hidden In The Newest ‘Thor’ Trailer. – Pretty funny and great someone caught this.

The Gateway Online – A world of artistic superheroes – Wish I was closer to Alberta to check this out.

Around the Tweets: – Kevin Smith and Red State Edition

‘Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard’ Vol. 1 Sells Out!

Official Press Release



Los Angeles, CA (November 23, 2010) – Fresh on the heels of news that one of its publications, RETURN OF THE DAPPER MEN, sold out of its initial run of 10,000 copies at the distributor level in just 24 hours, Archaia is proud to announce that the MOUSE GUARD: LEGENDS OF THE GUARD VOL. 1 collected edition hardcover has sold out of its initial run of 15,000 copies within the first two days of its availability!

The latest MOUSE GUARD hardcover has charmed critics and readers alike with its eclectic mix of storytelling and art styles, all set in David Petersen’s wonderful world of mice with swords. A second printing is being rushed and will arrive in stores in time for the holidays.

“Archaia and I put a lot of thought into how we would want to make and present a MOUSE GUARD anthology,” said Petersen. “After seeing the contributors execute their stories so well and seeing the final book layout and design, I am very happy the public agreed with our choices and rallied behind this book enough to have us sell out of a first printing so quickly! It gets me very excited for what we will have in store with LEGENDS OF THE GUARD VOL. 2.”

While MOUSE GUARD: LEGENDS OF THE GUARD VOL. 1 is currently sold out at the distributor level, copies are still available at local and online retailers wherever books are sold. Be sure to pick up or order your copy today! To order a copy, use ISBN code 978193238694-3.

MOUSE GUARD: LEGENDS OF THE GUARD (hardcover, full color, 144 pages, 8” x 8”, $19.95), is set inside the June Alley Inn, located in the western mouse city of Barkstone. Mice have gathered to tell tales, each trying to outdo the other. A competition, of sorts, begins. The rules: Every story must contain one truth, one lie, and have never been told in that tavern before. Petersen writes and draws the scenes in the inn while the contributors he selected write and draw the tales. The contributors include Jeremy Bastian, Katie Cook, Guy Davis, Lowell Francis, Gene Ha, Alex Kain, Karl Kerschl, João Lemos, Terry Moore, Ted Naifeh, Craig Rousseau, Sean Rubin, Alex Sheikman and Mark Smylie.

MOUSE GUARD is the fan-favorite, Eisner Award-winning property created by David Petersen that chronicles the adventures of an elite group of mice that have been tasked with protecting common mice from predators, the elements and other dangers. It is, essentially, mice with swords! Two series, MOUSE GUARD VOL. 1: FALL 1152 and MOUSE GUARD VOL. 2: WINTER 1152, have been collected into hardcovers thus far. The first issue of the follow-up series, MOUSE GUARD VOL. 3: THE BLACK AXE, launches in December. Petersen and Archaia have also already announced a LEGENDS OF THE GUARD VOL. 2 collection is planned, with creators like Eric Canete, Janet Lee, Jim McCann, Kenneth Rocafort, Stan Sakai and Bill Willingham on board.

About Archaia
Archaia has built an unparalleled reputation for producing meaningful content that perpetually transforms minds. Archaia is: Artesia, Awakening, Beautiful Scars, Berona’s War, Critical Millennium, Cyclops, The Dark Crystal, Dark Fall, Days Missing, The Devil’s Handshake, An Elegy for Amelia Johnson, The Engineer, Everlast, Feeding Ground, Fraggle Rock, God Machine, The Grave Doug Freshley, Gunnerkrigg Court, Hybrid Bastards!, Inanna’s Tears, Johnny Recon, The Killer, Killing Pickman, Labyrinth, The Lone and Level Sands, Lucid, Miranda Mercury, Moon Lake, Mouse Guard, Mr. Murder Is Dead, Okko, One in a Million, Primordia, Return of the Dapper Men, Robotika, Saga, The Secret History, Some New Kind of Slaughter, Starkweather: Immortal, Syndrome, A Tale of Sand, Titanium Rain, Trial By Fire, and Tumor.

For more information on Archaia or any Archaia titles please visit www.Archaia.com. Archaia can also be found on Facebook (facebook.com/ArchaiaEntertainment) and Twitter (twitter.com/archaia).

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