Titan Comics has provided us with an exclusive look at some of the design decisions by writer/artist Arne Jysch that went into the graphic novel adaptation of Babylon Berlin – inspired by the new crime drama now on Netflix.
Following an unfortunate incident of manslaughter and at a moment of radical change in Germany, Detective Inspector Gereon Roth moves from his old position in Cologne to a new appointment in Berlin. He stumbles into an ever-growing criminal investigation into a pornographic sex ring, discovering that he can trust no one, not even the police.
Set in the 1920s, at the birth of the Weimar Republic amid great economic and political difficulties, this is a tale of corruption, trafficking, and scandal.
In Jysch’s version of the story, actor Michael Fassbender was the inspiration for the main character Gereon Rath. Once you know it you can see it. Actress Rebecca Ferguson was the inspiration for the female lead Charly. So, three years ago Jysch combined them in the fictional world of the comic book. And Jysch was psychic appears as the two were REALLY had been cast together in The Snowman.
Check out below for the designs that went into the graphic novel adaptation. You can get Babylon Berlin now in comic shops and book stores on March 6th.
BOOM! Studios has unveiled a first look at Capture Creatures SC, collecting the fan-favorite comic series for the first time in February 2018. Frank Gibson and Becky Dreistadt present the fully-painted comic book that takes readers of all ages deep into the mysterious world of the Capture Creatures – over one hundred strange creatures with incredible powers who have suddenly appeared on Earth! It’s up to two teens to keep these creatures safe and discover their origins in this special collection featuring bonus pages and never-before-seen art from the creators.
A “New Age of Heroes” dawns for DC Comics this January! Get the full scoop of the new series launching!
Once, he was a man out of time…and now he’s about to re-live that moment all over again. Following the shocking ending of Captain America #697, Steve Rogers is back on ice in Captain America #698, and it’s a brave new (and cold) world. Now, it’s up to the super soldier to assemble a new group of Howling Commandos to help him battle for this freedom.
It’s a story readers won’t want to miss, and it all begins this February with Captain America #698—on ice! On sale February 7 from writer Mark Waid and artist Chris Samnee.
The Weapon X program has done it, at the cost of their own destruction: they’ve completed their biggest and most dangerous experiment yet, a hybrid of Hulk and Wolverine DNA known as Weapon H. Now, he’s ready to take on the world – and he means business.
Following his debut in Totally Awesome Hulk and Weapon X’s “Weapon of Mutant Destruction” summer crossover, Marvel has announced that the character will star in a new ongoing series coming in March from Totally Awesome Hulk/Weapon X writer Greg Pak and X-Men: Blue artist Cory Smith and featuring a cover by Leinil Yu.
Don’t miss Weapon H, coming to your local comic shop this March!
His return to the Marvel Universe was just the beginning, and the Infinity Stone he holds could change everything. Now, the questions begin: Why was he searching for the Infinity Stone? How did he escape his adamantium prison? Where is Wolverine, and what is he hiding?
The answers will begin to unravel in 2018, but fans will be able to catch glimpses of their favorite mutant in special after-credit scenes at the end of key Marvel titles. Appearing in select issues starting this January, some of Marvel’s most acclaimed artists will tease the whereabouts of the adamantium-clawed mutant with tantalizing teaser panels – and it’s all connected!
Track Wolverine as he jumps around the Marvel Universe, starting with the following titles:
Captain America #697
The Mighty Thor #703
The Amazing Spider-Man #794
And more to come!
What is Wolverine’s startling secret, and how will it impact the Marvel Universe?
Power. Space. Reality.
Three stones collected.
Who will hold Infinity?
The countdown begins this February!
Looks like we’re getting another wedding in comics this coming in June and Marvel is asking us to save the date. Though, it’s not exactly the most healthy relationships for almost all of these shown. So, is this a good thing?
Jean Grey is “returning from the dead” and Marvel has announced a new series to go along with that. X-Men: Red will be written by Tom Taylor with art by Mahmud Asrar and a cover by Travis Charest.
Grey sports a costume that invokes her 90s design by Jim Lee. Marvel has “mined” the 90s already for their X franchise with to new series X-Men: Gold and X-Men: Blue invoking the “Gold” and “Blue” team split from the 90s.
Grey will return in the five issue-miniseries Phoenix Resurrection which goes on sale in December. But that’s only the beginning as her adventures continue on X-Men: Red which will focus on Jean’s “vision for the world.”
The series will feature new uniforms, a new team headquarters, new characters, along with “a surprise villain at the end.”
The end of the Avengers Era as we know it is arriving…and it all starts with AVENGERS: NO SURRENDER! Today, Marvel is proud to present a teaser trailer for a story that’s so big and so dramatic, we had no choice but to make it a weekly epic!
Co-written by Mark Waid, Al Ewing and Jim Zub with art by Pepe Larraz, Kim Jacinto and Paco Medina, Avengers: No Surrender unites the casts and creative teams of three titles into one weekly book of exciting action. It all starts with Avengers #675 this January, when the teams of The Avengers, Uncanny Avengers, and U.S. Avengers come together in a story as exciting and powerful as the Marvel Universe itself.
Find Avengers: No Surrender in stores on 1/15!