Title debuts in May and will feature contributions from David Petersen, Gene Ha, Terry Moore, Ted Naifeh, and many more!
In a project like Days Missing, with a robust team of writers and aritsts, what is the process for staying on the same page, ensuring that the series winds up with a focused vision?
One of the more pleasing aspects to reviewing is the calm sense of satisfaction you feel when someone finds a theme or formula that works right out of the gate. DAYS MISSING delivers.
David Petersen, the creator, writer, and artist of Mouse Guard, recently discussed some of the inspiration for his FCBD comic as well as how he celebrates FCBD in this exclusive interview.
The artist whose beautiful concept art was integral to both The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth, has been speaking to Leicester Square TV, and has revealed that the film is still “inching” towards production.
Taking it in this new direction and giving the killer a reason to move forward and people to work through these issues with was a big step, and it helps this title perhaps even surpass the first volume.
Too often a science fiction concept gets too hung up on being “strange and alien.” These stories touch the reader and allow them to experience the journeys instead of try to analyze them.
Once exposed to the high-gloss presentation and exceptional sci-fi, religious and historical trappings of ‘Days Missing’, the bar was set so high that my standard pulls simply couldn’t measure up.
Archaia Entertainment has come a long way in a short time and their model of focusing on a combination of original works and established licenses (with film and videogames added to the mix) continues to flourish.
The Michigan State University Comics Forum is an an event that brings together scholars, creators, and fans in order to explore celebrate the medium of comics, graphic storytelling, and sequential art.