Dynamite is commemorating the 15th anniversary of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys this April with the release of the first of three omnibus editions.
Although all suspicions concerning a reptile in Gotham immediately turn to Killer Croc, it appears that there may be a new toothy killer in the city.
Currently, Robertson is brining his unique brand of expressive artwork to Humanoids’ Space Bastards and the combination of a futuristic sci-fi setting and over-the-top storytelling by Joe Aubrey and Eric Peterson is right up Robertson’s alley.
2000 AD has long been the launching pad for comic artists and writers in the United Kingdom, but some of those early stories by the likes of Garth Ennis, Sean Phillips, Alan Grant, Pat Mills, John Wagner, and Al Ewing have been difficult to find.
Even though John McCrea has been drawing comics for over 30 years (including The Demon and Hitman with frequent collaborator Garth Ennis for DC, Deadpool, The X-Men, Spiderman for Marvel, Judge Dredd, and a number of independent titles), he’s never published a collection of his creator-owned work before.
Amazon Prime’s irreverent super-series The Boys will return with the first three episodes of its second season on Friday, September 4, 2020.