I wrote a comic called MOON KNIGHT that’s out tomorrow. If you get it, tell the publisher what you think: tweet them at .

So this is a thing that’s happening in May. #work #comics #treescomic #warrenellis

So this is a thing that’s happening in May. #work #comics #treescomic #warrenellis

MOON KNIGHT, by me & @declanshalvey & @whoajordie , from Marvel Comics, March 5. #comics #me #moonknight

i don’t even know what’s happening here

(art: Katie Cook)

AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #25
KELLY SUE DECONNICK & WARREN ELLIS (W)
MATTEO BUFFAGNIX (A)
Cover by JORGE MOLINA
ALL-OUT WAR IN NEW YORK CITY!
• The demented Dr. June Covington has taken on A.I.M., and is winning. The Avengers are caught in the middle of this Mad Science War!
• But, now, this situation is more important — because there’s a second Terrigen cocoon in New York, ticking like a time bomb, about to go off, Covington wants it and A.I.M. has it.
• SPIDER-GIRL, who has been mentored by the Avengers in her search for her teacher, abducted by Covington for Nefarious Genetic Purposes, now leads the charge, as the Avengers Assemble to end this conflict before the Terrigen cocoon explodes and New York is doooooomed.

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AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #24
KELLY SUE DECONNICK & WARREN ELLIS (W)
MATTEO BUFFAGNI (A)
Cover by JORGE MOLINA
• Mad Scientist June Covington is at war in New York City with A.I.M. for control of new Inhuman abilities! (And also because she hates people and likes killing them!)
• SPIDER-GIRL has to enlist the help of IRON MAN to understand what’s at stake, how to fight it – and, if she’s very lucky, how to recover her friend without ending up dead.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

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Jamie McKelvie (PHONOGRAM, YOUNG AVENGERS) cover for MORNING GLORIES 027. 

If you want this cover, let your retailer know! Diamond Order Code MAR138125

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Solicited to come out in September, from Dark Horse. These comics are great.

I encountered Peter Milligan’s authorial voice in high school, through his X-Force comics with Mike Allred, and backtracked to his Vertigo work- Enigma, The Extremist, The Eaters, Face- and I pretty much devoured it, when he’d work in this sort of existentialist black comedy mode. His narrative styling is maybe best described as insouciant, and there is this cavalier approach to scripting and jokes that- while it’s fully capable of delivering “graphic novels,” works as thought-through and fully-realized as Enigma is, still seems really open to collaboration with cartoonists whose approach is a bit more free. This quality is I think what led to him never really gaining the sort of cult of personality that other writers associated with Vertigo have. 

I came to Brendan McCarthy in college- had to be a legal adult with a debit card in order to track down the stuff, although I’d seen his Shade covers and an ad for Rogan Gosh before then- and his approach fit in real well with all the Kramers Ergot/Picturebox stuff that was at that time being revealed as the place where all the action was. The first issue of Comics Comics had a Frank Santoro review of McCarthy’s art book, Swimini Purpose, where he wished for a collection of this stuff. That was nine years ago, I think, and now maybe McCarthy’s stuff has been absorbed into the world- I saw a Freakwave page on the Tumblr of a girl I jokingly call a seapunk not too long ago- but I think that are enough different approaches here, to the idea of comics as visual art, as well as the literary comics model (I am assuming this book will include the story from A1 that is black and white, all collage) that it still has some lessons left to teach.

-Brian Nicholson

McCarthy and Milligan. I missed out on all of their classic work of the ‘80’s - can’t wait to catch up to this.

This is a must have volume. I’ll be buying copies of this for all my friends.

A necessary book.

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