The wait is over Chew fans, the CHOGS have arrived! Chew writer John Layman has just posted a link for the anticipated collectible item on his Facebook page.
With Tony back in the saddle for lead of Chew, the quality has been high. But John Layman and Rob Guillory may have crafted one of the best issues of the series with Chew #32. The biggest strength for Chew #32 is how Layman writes Tony. He has been through a lot the past few [...]
The New 52 not only brought a whole new take on DC characters, but newly renumbered books. That’s not as big a deal for some comics, but it leaves longtime readers of Detective and Action Comics from reaching an unheard of #900 issue. DC will be marking what would have been a milestone achievements for [...]
Writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Jason Fabok continue their awesome penguin story, however Joker isn’t making things better for Ol’ Bats. Check out the preview pages below! Preview pages: Batman Detective Comics #16 Story by: John Layman Artwork by: Jason Fabok Batman is forced to cut a deal with the Penguin, one that will come back [...]
Issue sold out, to be reprinted in January collection CHEW #30, which closes out the “Space Cakes” story arc, sold out at the distributor level on the same day of its release, November 28. Fans of the series, by John Layman and Rob Guillory, should rush to their local comic book stores to pick up [...]
I had the chance to meet this fine gentlemen named John Layman, current writer of Detective Comics, this past weekend at Tucson Comic-Con in Tucson, AZ. I was able to chat a bit with Layman about his Batman run and I can guarantee you he has some good stuff planned out, especially during the ‘Death [...]
SECRET AGENT POYO goes back to press Berkeley, CA – July 25, 2012 — CHEW: SECRET AGENT POYO, the unlikely story of a cybernetic, kung-fu expert fighting cock, has sold out and will receive a second printing. A one-shot spin-off of the wildly popular, Eisner-Award-winning Image Comics series CHEW by John Layman and Rob Guillory, [...]
Chew has been on the most consistently great books at Image. It’s bursting at the seams with originality and has some of the most unique art on the stands. Chew: Secret Agent Poyo #1 fits with this, and is easily one of the best issues of Chew. It’s pure insanity……in chicken form. Poyo has always been a [...]
Back in 1962 Wallace Wood created a series of trading cards illustrating hideous yet funny looking Martians invading and destroying earth. I used to have a couple of the re-prints but I think my family threw them away (curse them!). However there were a total of 55 cards and each one told a story by [...]
Part 1: Beat the Poet Writer: Matt Kindt Art: Alberto Ponticelli Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E #10 welcomes new writer Matt Kindt who is filling in for Jeff Lemire since he stepped down to take over Justice League Dark (issue #9 was amazing!), however for some odd reason Lemire’s name is still on the cover? [...]
Robert Kirkman's creation expands its pop culture empire as it becomes the first Image Comics title to be available across all iOS devices.