Thanks to a hugely successful crowdfunder by publisher It’s Alive!, Chuck Dixon is returning to write Airboy #51, joined by artists Brent McKee (on pencils and inks) and Jok (colour and letters), with a story that picks right up where AIRBOY #50 left off – over 30 years ago! Airboy is a fictional aviation heroContinue reading Airboy returns, crowdfunding continues to expand revival from Chuck Dixon and It’s Alive!
Ace independent US publisher It’s Alive! has announced that Keith Lansdale, the writer who recently brought you The X-Files and Creepy stories, will unleash his imagination on the historical and somewhat Steampunk world his father, Joe R. Lansdale, created in the original Red Range graphic novel – and there’s a stunning variant cover on offerContinue reading Red Range returns in “Pirates of Fireworld”
Leave it to Sam Glanzman, championship realist among DC’s war-comics crew, to capture an essence of heroism-under-fire in the simplest of short-story vignettes for G.I. Combat #280. In this complete three-page Story, “Prize Shot”, published by DC Comics in 1985, a lull in combat finds a member of the Haunted Tank crew relaxing at aContinue reading Comic Art Auction Spotlight: Sam Glanzman’s “Haunted Tank”
Chuck Dixon, acclaimed comic book writer known for his work on such titles as The ‘Nam, Nightwing, Punisher and Batman, will return in 2019 to write new issues of Airboy. Created by Charles Biro, Dick Wood and artist Al Camy, Airboy is a fictional aviator hero, published by Hillman Periodicals during the 1940s and 50s. TheContinue reading Get in on the ground floor for all-new Airboy from Chuck Dixon and Dalibor Talajic
Sue Glanzman, US comic artist Sam Glanzman‘s wife, has asked Drew Ford, who has successfully got some of his most critically-acclaimed work back into print, to inform his fans that the much-admired comic creator has entered the first stages of hospice care – an event that has promted the launch of a tribute project. NeverContinue reading Sam Glanzman Forever! tribute project announced after veteran comic creator enters hospice care