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Iron Maiden and Z2 Join forces to celebrate the album Piece of Mind

40 years have passed since the release of Iron Maiden’s groundbreaking fourth studio album, Piece of Mind. Released in 1983, Piece Of Mind was the band’s first album to enter the U.S. Billboard Top 20, peaking at #14, achieving RIAA platinum certification in the U.S. More than an album, it was a thunderous statement of intent by a band whose meteoric rise from the East End of London would thrust them into the realms of legend. This fall the metal pioneers have partnered with Z2, the award-winning publisher, to bring the multi-platinum album Piece of Mind to book form. Available Tuesday, November 21, Iron Maiden: Piece Of Mind, is a stunning love letter to fans from one of the most celebrated metal bands in music history. Opening with an introduction titled “Piece of Mind at 40” by ever-present manager Rod Smallwood, this commemorative book is packed with comics, art, and testimonials from acclaimed writers, artists, actors and musicians, as a powerful celebration of the living legend that is Iron Maiden.

A jaw-dropping work that pushes the boundaries of print production and presentation, The Oversized Deluxe and Asylum Editions of Iron Maiden: Piece Of Mind are encased in an asylum clamshell with locking mechanism. Maiden’s iconic mascot Eddie growls and snarls from behind the die-cut bars on the asylum doors, but the sliding bolt is designed to keep him safely confined! However, when the reader dares to unlock the book, they will be delighted as Eddie breaks free of his chains and straitjacket!

Assembling an all-star team to create new interpretations of the most important metal album in music, Iron Maiden: Piece of Mind features original stories for each of the nine album tracks including Where Eagles Dare – written by Steven Grant illustrated by Carson ThornRevelations – fittingly crafted by Bruce Dickinson with Tony Lee and illustrated by Damien Worm; (“Revelations” being the first track in Maiden history to be solely-credited to Dickinson), Flight of Icarus by Eisner nominee Ivan Brandon illustrated by Francesco DossenaDie With Your Boots On by Emmy-winning director and screenwriter Sacha Gervasi with art by Christian RosadoThe Trooper by Antony Johnston illustrated by Staz JohnsonStill Life by Leah Moore and John Reppion painted by John PearsonQuest for Fire from metal authority Brian Posehn with art by Michael Avon OemingSun and Steel by multiple World Fantasy Award-nominee Chris Roberson with art by Danijel Žeželj, and To Tame a Land, written and illustrated by Alison Sampson. In addition, between each story, the book is packed with original pieces of art by acclaimed illustrators, including MontosGhoulish GarySteve ChanksJan MeininghausKyle HotzJay GeldhofDarin HazmatTravis KnightAkirant and Nat Jones.

The impact of Piece of Mind and Iron Maiden across the creative community is reflected by the star-studded testimonials contained within, including Simon Gallup, AEW legend Chris Jericho, MMA Superstar Josh Barnett, multiple Grammy-nominee and Lifetime Achievement Award-honoree Chuck D, Grammy-winning director Jonas Akerlund, and multiple Grammy-nominee Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian.

With Iron Maiden: Piece of Mind, collectors will have five variants available to purchase, including: The Trooper cover by multiple Eisner-nominee J.G. JonesAsylum Edition with cover by multiple Society of Illustrators-winner Jason EdmistonDie With Your Boots On cover by UK Iron Maiden illustrator Dan Mumford, and The Flight of the Icarus cover by Eisner-nominee Martin Simmonds with an additional The Trooper Cutaway cover by famed poster artist Travis Knight.

Z2 present multiple collector editions of Iron Maiden: Piece of Mind – perfect for the diehard fan’s bookshelf:

  • The standard edition graphic novel (HC) with cover art by Dan Mumford ($40.00).
  • The FLIGHT OF ICARUS Edition featuring the standard edition graphic novel (HC) with cover art by Martin Simmonds – limited to only 3,000 copies and exclusive to Independent Comic Shops ($40.00).
  • THE TROOPER Edition featuring the standard edition graphic novel (HC) with cover art by J.G. Jones – limited to 500 copies and exclusive to Project M/Revolver Magazine ($40.00).
  • THE TROOPER Cutaway Edition featuring the standard edition graphic novel (HC) with cover art by Travis Knight – limited to 666 copies and exclusive to Rockabilia.com ($40.00).
  • THE TROOPER Foil Card in sealed Collector’s Case, art by Travis Knight – limited to 666 cards ($35.00).
  • DELUXE Edition including the oversized graphic novel (HC) w/bonus pages and a POP-UP insert featuring cover art by Jason Edmiston encased in the Piece of Mind Asylum Clamshell box with locking Cell Door Action and three (3) Piece of Mind Art Prints Triptych set by Hydro 74, ($150.00) – website only.
  • And for the true collector, Z2 offers THE ASYLUM Edition which includes the oversized graphic novel w/bonus pages and a POP-UP insert featuring cover art by Jason Edmiston, encased in the Piece of Mind Asylum Clamshell box with locking Cell Door Action, three (3) Piece of Mind Art Prints Triptych set by Hydro 74, one (1) 1983 Piece of Mind replica concert ticket, one (1) Die With Your Boots On Art Print, signed and numbered by Dan Mumford (only available to the first 500 orders), four (4) Iron Maiden Collectors Cards in a display case featuring the works of Dan MumfordJason EdmistonJ.G. Jones, and Martin Simmonds ($300.00). Additionally, The Asylum Edition includes one (1) Eddie Asylum Model Kit, which will be shipped separately. 

Rick Remender and Max Fiumara team for The Sacrificers

Writer Rick Remender joins forces with artist Max Fiumara to take readers to the ethereal, science fiction world of The Sacrificers. This all-new, ongoing series—which was teased to fans with a special Free Comic Book Day edition earlier this month—will officially launch in August from Image Comics.

This epic new story joins Remender’s vast body of beloved creator-owned work with top tier artists under the Giant Generator imprint at Image. In this tradition, the debut issue of The Sacrificers will feature eye-melting variant covers by artists Julian Totino Tedesco, Tula Lotay, Jenny Frison, Matteo Scalera, J.G. Jones, Nic Klein, J.H. Williams III, and Mike Mignola alongside series artist Fiumara.

In The Sacrificers, tomorrow is a harmonious paradise thanks to five families who make everything perfect…for the price of one child per household. Now, as that bill comes due, a son expected to give everything for a family that never loved him and an affluent daughter determined to destroy utopia who must now unite to end one generation’s unnaturally protracted reign.

The Sacrificers #1 will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, August 2:

  • Cover A by Max Fiumara – Diamond Code JUN230009
  • Cover B by Julian Totino Tedesco – Diamond Code JUN230010
  • Cover C (1:10) by Tula Lotay – Diamond Code JUN230011
  • Cover D (1:15) by Jenny Frison – Diamond Code JUN230012
  • Cover E (1:20) by Matteo Scalera – Diamond Code JUN230013
  • Cover F (1:25) by J.G. Jones – Diamond Code JUN230014
  • Cover G (1:30) by Nic Klein – Diamond Code JUN230015
  • Cover H (1:35) by J.H. Williams III – Diamond Code JUN230016
  • Cover I (1:50) by Mike Mignola – Diamond Code JUN230017
The Sacrificer

Tana Ford, Cully Hamner, J.G. Jones, David Pepose, Brandon Peterson, and John Timms come to Baltimore Comic Con

This fall, the Inner Harbor comes alive for the 24th annual Baltimore Comic-Con, to be held at the Baltimore Convention Center on September 8-10, 2023. This year’s guests include comics writers and illustrators Tana Ford, Cully Hamner, J.G. Jones, David Pepose, Brandon Peterson, and John Timms. Purchase your tickets now to avoid additional lines at the event.

Tana Ford (Tana!) is a Hugo and Eisner Award-winning artist (LaGuardia, BergerBooks/Dark Horse). She has drawn for SilkThe Amazing Spider-ManBlack PantherStar TrekGuardians of the GalaxyNew WarriorsJem & the Holograms, and others.

Cully Hamner has drawn many things for many publishers, but he’s probably best known for his creator-owned comic Red, which was adapted as a pair of hit Bruce Willis films; for co-creating Jaime Reyes (the current Blue Beetle, also about to be a feature film); and his work on The Question. His list of credits at DC is about as long as your leg — most recently as cover artist on numerous titles across the Batman and Superman lines, as well as the new Blue Beetle: Graduation Day and interiors on books like Future State: Superman of MetropolisSuperman Red & Blue, and Blue and Gold. At Marvel, he’s provided numerous covers for the Spider-Man titles, Black Panther vs. DeadpoolWar of the RealmsYonduM.O.D.O.K.Alien, and the upcoming Joe Fixit series. Also coming up are covers for numerous BOOM! Studios titles, such as Something is Killing the Children and Grim.

J.G. Jones is a cover artist, painter, penciller, inker, and writer. He has been nominated for 3 Eisner Awards, as well being credited for his work as co-producer for Universal Pictures film version of the graphic novel Wanted along with Mark Millar. He has contributed both covers and interior art for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Wildstorm, Dark Horse, Dynamite, BOOM! Studios, Top Cow, Valiant, Defiant, Broadway, and Crusade Comics.

J.G. and writer Devin Grayson introduced the Yelena Belova character in Marvel Knights Black Widow limited series, followed by creating and drawing Marvel Boy with Grant Morrison, before working on Greg Rucka’s Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia.

J.G. has always been a prolific cover artist, painting covers for Brian K. Vaughan’s Y: The Last Man, as well as Wonder Woman. His cover work included many titles, but he may be best remembered for providing all 52 covers for DC Comics’ groundbreaking weekly title, 52.

He then co-created Top Cow Comics’ breakout sensation Wanted with writer Mark Millar before heading to DC to work with Grant Morrison on the epic Final Crisis, and on Brian Azzarello’s Before Watchmen:The Comedian.

Jones recently teamed up with Mark Waid to write Strange Fruit for BOOM! Studios, for which he provided the lushly painted art.

And did I mention covers? Lots and lots of covers.

A former crime reporter turned Ringo Award-winning comic book creator, David Pepose has written for titles such as Savage AvengersFantastic FourHulkAvengers UnlimitedDarth Vader: Black, White & RedSpencer & LockeGoing to the ChapelThe O.Z.Scout’s Honor, and more. Beyond developing properties for comic books, TV, and film, David has worked for CBS Television, Netflix, and Universal Studios. Raised in St. Louis, David now lives in sunny Los Angeles with his understanding partner, their rambunctious terrier, and at least six deadlines.

Brandon Peterson has been a professional illustrator for over 20 years, working primarily as a penciller and inker, but often as a colorist, writer, editor, and art director. He has done a great deal of work at Marvel Comics, as the artist on books like AvXAvengersThe UltimatesUltimate VisionUltimate ExtinctionUltimate X-MenAstonishing X-MenX-Men, and Uncanny X-Men. Brandon was also VP of Special Projects and Art Director of the now-defunct CrossGen Comics, where he created titles like Mystic and Chimera. He is also a veteran of Top Cow Productions, having worked on Codename: StrykeforceCyberforceRipclawMedieval Spawn/Witchblade, and his own book, Arcanum.

John Timms was born and raise in Costa Rica. He studied Graphic Design at Universidad de Costa Rica and worked for a long time as an animator, jumping to comics, a medium he always loved, eight years ago. He has worked on different series, including Inhumans and Nova for Marvel, and for DC Comics, Harley QuinnCatwomanYoung JusticeInfinite FrontierSuperman, and he is the current artist for Superman: Son of Kal-El. He lives in Costa Rica with his wife and two daughters.

This year’s confirmed guests for the show include: Arthur Adams (Longshot), Sarah Andersen (Sarah’s Scribbles), Jeremy Bastian (Dune: House Harkonnen), Marty Baumann (Pixar artist), Brian Michael Bendis (Action Comics), Jon Bogdanove (The Death of Superman), Judy Bogdanove (Steel Annual), Mark Buckingham (Fables), Jim Calafiore (NED, Lord of the Pit), Chris Campana (Death Dealer), Richard Case (Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror), Howard Chaykin (Time Squared), Jim Cheung (Young Avengers), Frank Cho (Harley Quinn), Amy Chu (KISS: The End), Steve Conley (The Middle Age), Katie Cook (Nothing Special), Abby Denson (Uniquely Japan), Todd Dezago (The Perhapanauts), Derec Donovan (Adventures of Superman), Jan Duursema (Star Wars: The High Republic), Garth Ennis (The Boys), David Finch (Moon Knight), Tana Ford (LaGuardia), Trish Forstner (Stray Dogs), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (DC Nation), Mike Grell (Jon Sable), Gene Ha (Mae), Bob Hall (West Coast Avengers), Cully Hamner (Blue Beetle), Brian Haberlin (Spawn), Tony Harris (The Whistling Skull), Mike Hawthorne (Deadpool), Greg Hildebrandt (Star Wars), Morry Hollowell (Old Man Logan), Mark Irwin (Green Lantern), Klaus Janson (Daredevil), Dave Johnson (100 Bullets), J.G. Jones (Wanted), Barry Kitson (Amazing Spider-Man), Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer), Matthew Loux (Prunella and the Cursed Skull Ring), Kevin Maguire (Justice League), Tom Mandrake (Spectre), Laura Martin (Nubia: Queen of the Amazons), Ron Marz (Green Lantern), Bob McLeod (New Mutants), Adriana Melo (Action Comics), Pop Mhan (Gears of War 3), Al Milgrom (Spectacular Spider-Man), Karl Moline (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Mark Morales (Thor), Trevor Mueller (Re-Possessed), David Pepose (Savage Avengers), David Petersen (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Usagi Yojimbo: WhereWhen), Brandon Peterson (Uncanny X-Men), Richard and Wendy Pini (Elfquest), Ed Piskor (Red Room: Trigger Warnings), Joe Prado (Superman), Afua Richardson (Omni), Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge), Craig Rousseau (The Perhapanauts), Steve Rude (Nexus), Jim Rugg (Hulk Grand Design), Andy Runton (Owly), Louise Simonson (The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special), Walter Simonson (Thor), Matt Slay (Equilibrium), John K. Snyder III (Suicide Squad), Sozomaika (DC Power: A Celebration), Joe Staton (Dick Tracy), John Timms (Superman: Son of Kal-El), Wade von Grawbadger (Justice League), John Workman (Wild Things), and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

Mad Cave Announces “Lower Your Sights” Artist Auction to Benefit Children Victims of the Ukraine War

In September 2022, Mad Cave Studios and Voices Of Children teamed up to publish Lower Your Sights, a graphic novel benefit anthology to raise awareness and proceeds for children impacted by war. Now, two original pieces from the graphic novel have been graciously donated by artists J.G. Jones and Liana Kangas, will be made available for auction on Heritage Auctions.com – with all proceeds going to The Voices of Children Foundation. 

The auction will open on Thursday, October 27th and close on November 2nd.

Lower Your Sights is a graphic novel anthology/art book to raise awareness and proceeds for children impacted by war. Comic creators and pin-up artists worldwide were invited to tell stories that focus on the consequences of war, the peace/relief effort, and the resulting long-term ripple effect. The result is a stunning collection of tales about the human condition and how combat affects soldiers, family members, friends, students, doctors, politicians, and allies from afar.

BOOM! Celebrates 25 issues of Something is Killing the Children

BOOM! Studios has announced the oversized special issue Something is Killing the Children #25 from GLAAD Award-winning author James Tynion IV, artist Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Miquel Muerto, and letterer AndWorld Design. Celebrate 25 blood-stained issues with the milestone oversized special this July 2022

With over two million copies of the series sold to date, the first arc of Erica’s mission in Tribulation reaches its shocking conclusion in this milestone anniversary issue that no Something is Killing the Children fan will want to miss! While Erica’s blades are occupied with an entity unlike anything she’s faced, she receives a phone call… with tragedy on the other end of the line. As things look dire, someone Erica once saved may have to find unexpected help to return the favor…

Something is Killing the Children #25 features main wraparound cover art by series artist Werther Dell’Edera and variant cover art by acclaimed illustrators Jenny Frison, Peach Momoko, J.G. Jones, and Jeehyung Lee.

Fans will also be able to celebrate Something is Killing the Children’s 25th Milestone with the Something is Killing the Children Black Mask bandana and the Something is Killing the Children custom short boxes covered in striking art by series artist Dell’Edera, available in stores July 2022. 

ComiXology Delivers 5 New Releases including Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, and The Rapture

There are five new releases from comiXology available now. You can get four new releases from Marvel and one from Kingstone Comics. Get shopping now or check them out below!

Spider-Man: Death Of Captain Stacy

Written by Stan Lee
Art by Gil Kane, John Romita Sr.
Cover by Todd McFarlane

Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #88-92.

Before Peter Parker lost the first great love of his life Gwen Stacy, her father – a respected former NYPD police officer and trusted friend to Peter AND Spider-Man – fell to one of Spidey’s greatest foes – Doctor Octopus. Relive or read for the first time one of the definitive events in the tragic life of Spider-Man!

Spider-Man: Death Of Captain Stacy

Spider-Man: Death Of Gwen Stacy

Written by Gerry Conway, Stan Lee
Art by Gil Kane, John Romita Sr.
Cover by Chris Dickey, J.G. Jones

Collect Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #96-98, 121-122.

The Green Goblin changes the wall-crawler’s life forever when Gwen Stacy, the first love of Peter Parker, meets her untimely end. How will Peter cope with this heartbreaking loss?

Spider-Man: Death Of Gwen Stacy

Spider-Man: Son Of The Goblin

Written by Gerry Conway, J.M. DeMatteis, David Michelinie
Art by Ross Andru, Sal Buscema, Todd McFarlane
Cover by Sal Buscema

Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #136-137, 312 and Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #189, 200.

In his father’s eyes, Harry Osborn was never good enough. Harry’s pal, Peter Parker, was truly the type of son Norman Osborn wanted – studious, inventive, strong-willed and industrious. In contrast, Harry had always wilted under life’s pressures and the strain of his father’s domineering influence, unable to live up to Norman’s expectations. Unfortunately, Harry remained unaware of his father’s dark side as the Green Goblin until it was too late. Witnessing Norman’s apparent death in battle with Spider-Man, Harry was driven to the brink of insanity. Assuming his late father’s identity, he began a descent into madness that would haunt him his entire life; only in death could he finally find peace. Witness the startling tale of Harry’s tragic demise in this thrilling collection of classic Spider-Man stories!

Spider-Man: Son Of The Goblin

Silver Surfer Vol. 1: Communion

Written by Dan Chariton, Stacy Weiss
Art by Milx, Lan Medina
Cover by Joe Jusko

Collects Silver Surfer (2003) #1-6.

Small children from around the globe are vanishing without a trace, and reports of the appearance of a gleaming alien figure at the time of their abductions are growing in number. For single mother Denise Walters, caring for her young autistic daughter has been the primary focus of her life – she never imagined becoming embroiled in alien abduction and mankind’s possible Armageddon. But that’s exactly what happens when the Silver Surfer appears in Denise’s home and whisks her daughter away. As Denise delves further into her daughter’s abduction, she begins unraveling the mystery of the Surfer’s motives. Is his strange and alien mind plotting mankind’s salvation, or its ultimate destruction?

Silver Surfer Vol. 1: Communion

The Rapture

Written by Art Ayris
Art by Sergio Cariello
Pencils Sergio Cariello
Inks Sergio Cariello
Colored by Alex Guimares
Cover by Sergio Cariello

The return of Christ, the rapture, how does all of this fit in? This comic book looks at what the Bible says about the taking away of the church and the true followers of Christ. This comics reviews and looks at the three most prominent viewpoints and the scriptural basis for each.

The Rapture

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Review: Marvel Knights: Marvel Boy

Marvel Knights turns 20 and Marvel is celebrating with trade paperbacks of some of the groundbreaking work released through the imprint.

Marvel Knights: Marvel Boy collects issues #1-6 by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones delivering a Noh-Varr like we haven’t seen before!

Get your copy in comic shops today and book stores on December 11! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.



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Preview: Harbinger Wars 2 TPB


Cover by JG JONES

A seismic universe-spanning event! Nothing will ever be the same…

From New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (X-O MANOWAR. DIVINITY, Mind MGMT) and superstar artist Tomás Giorello (X-O MANOWAR), the most powerful Valiant event ever attempted erupts in full force as X-O Manowar, Livewire, the Harbinger Renegades, Bloodshot, the Secret Weapons, Ninjak, and a cast of thousands draw their battle lines in HARBINGER WARS 2!

For the rare and immensely powerful subset of humanity known as psiots, their unique abilities have come with an enormous cost. Once, their existence was known only to a select few. Now, the revelation that thousands of these latent telekinetic “harbingers” secretly live among us – with the potential to be activated at any moment – has led the American government to a dramatic tipping point…

Armed with new extra-governmental authority, the deep-black military contractor known as Omen has been authorized to identify, evaluate, and, if need be, eliminate all super-normal threats to the homeland. H.A.R.D. Corps units have been deployed into cities and towns across the United States to enforce their orders.

In the East, one of the most powerful minds on Earth, Peter Stanchek, is leading his band of Renegades across the country, activating any potential psiots willing to join them, and building an insurrection force of ultra-powerful and unwieldy new abilities that will soon bring war to Omen’s doorstep…and the unstoppable force known as X-O Manowar raging back to Earth…

In the West, Livewire – the telekinetic technopath with the ability to bend machines and computers to her will – will be forced to choose between her former allies…or her newfound team of Secret Weapons. As the situation escalates beyond human control, the United States will be plunged into darkness from coast to coast, launching Bloodshot and Ninjak into a dangerous mission to neutralize their one-time teammate – and setting the stage for the most shocking, most violent, and most consequential clash of powers ever witnessed in the history of the Valiant Universe!


$19.99 | 160 pgs. | T+ | On Sale NOVEMBER 28th

Review: Captain America: Promised Land

The year is 2314, and the grandson of Steve Rogers lives in the utopian America Captain America dream about.

Captain America: Promised Land collects issues #701-704 from Mark Waid, Leonardo Romero, J.G. Jones, Adam Hughes, Howard Chaykin, Rod Reis, Alan Davis, Mark Farmer, Jordie Bellaire, Paul Mounts, Jesus Aburtov, Irma Knivila, and Joe Caramagna.

Get your copy in comic shops and book stores today. To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFAW


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The Amazing Spider-Man Gets Black Cat Covers from Mike Wieringo, J.G. Jones, and J. Scott Campbell

Black Cat didn’t commit the crime…but Spider-Man will need to befriend his once-foe-once-friend-once-crime-boss Felicia Hardy if he wants to solve this case!

This October and November, join Peter and Felicia Hardy in Amazing Spider-Man’s Black Cat arc, featuring two new variant covers by J.G. Jones (with colors by Paul Mounts), Mike Wieringo (with inks by Tim Townsend and colors by Jason Keith) and a Hidden Gem variant by J. Scott Campbell (with colors by Nei Ruffino).

The excitement starts this October – don’t miss the start of the action in Amazing Spider-Man #8, on sale October 24th at your local comic shop!

Art and Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS
Black Cat Variant Cover by J.G. JONES (AUG188288)

Art and Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS
Black Cat Variant Cover by MIKE WIERINGO (AUG188290)

Art and Cover by HUMBERTO RAMOS
Black Cat Variant Cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL (AUG188289)

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