Here’s your brief intro to Monsters!, a collection of three short stories by Brazilian writer/artist Gustavo Duarte. It comes out today! I should mention that this is Duarte’s debut publication with Dark Horse Comics, and incidentally his debut in English print…but as Monsters! is a wordless collection of short stories, the “in English” part is pretty much irrelevant.
Hot off the presses from Dark Horse Comics, approved for sharing with the masses! Here’s a sneak peek at the first issue of the new Terminator: Enemy of My Enemy #1 by Dan Jolley.
1985. Ms. Fong’s work is a threat to Skynet and she’s in over her head–and it doesn’t look like anyone’s particularly on her side. Here’s hoping this shapes up to be a sweet new chapter for the Terminator mythos. And yes, I do have permission from Dark Horse to share this!
This one’s got me intrigued, although I’ve yet to get current and see where the story goes. From what I’ve seen of The Path, it already has a little of all my favorite ingredients; it’s a bit Arthurian, a bit Lovecraftian, and I think there’s even some of Mike Mignola’s artistic influence in the pen and ink. That’s a beautiful combination, if I do say so myself (queue Julie Andrews’ “Favorite Things” song).
It’s time for something a little more sprawling (and sci-fi!). Not since Broodhollow has a Webcomic of the Week been a “long” story, and thankfully, this one still has miles to go by the looks of things. PS and HOLY CRAP, Daniel Warren Johnson’s Space-Mullet! is a good one. Here’s a spoiler-free intro for you to get started…and you really should.