We caught up with Mr. Wiacek at the 2019 Rhode Island Comic con to reflect on his legendary run on the second series of Man-Thing comics from 1979-1981.
This edgy program entitled Destination Fear started out as hobby for siblings Dakota and Chelsea Laden and their best friend Tanner Wiseman, but has now transformed into a cross country road trip to some of the scariest locales around the United States.
Hill’s reputation in the world of comics (as the writer of one of the greatest horror comics in the history of the medium, Locke and Key) immediately gave the new imprint respectability, along with the promise of numerous, varied horror titles over the next year, including the inaugural entry from Hill House Comics, Hill’s very own Basketful of Heads.
Mr. Aja spoke with us to answer some of our questions about his filmmaking process and some of the unique steps required to bring a film like Crawl to the silver screen.
Kieron Gillen is an instantly recognizable name to comic readers. Whether you know him as the man that complicated Tony Stark’s family history, detailed a teenage Loki’s misadventures, or created one of the most memorable Star Wars characters in Marvel’s return to the series (in the form of the enigmatic Doctor Aphra), Gillen’s accomplishments speak for themselves.
Courtesy of Image Comics, writer Pornsak Pichetshote and colorist/editor José Villarrubia took some time out of their busy schedules at New York Comic Con 2019 to meet with ua and reflect on the incredible series their team (including artist Aaron Campbell and letterer/designer Jeff Powell) created.