Losing Darwyn has been a very difficult thing for the comic book industry. His talent was immeasurable and his loss is great because there were so many stories that he still was going to tell but sadly we will never get to enjoy them.
DC: The New Frontier DC Comics Writer and Artist Darwyn Cooke, Colorist Dave Stewart, Letterer Jared K. Fletcher I was trying to come up with a post today but I’m still finding it hard to process the passing of Darwyn Cooke.
DC Comics recently announced that they are re-launching a line of Hanna-Barbera line of comics but instead of aiming them just for kids they are having top talent make them for a wider audience just like the original animated series did back in the 1960’s.
Twilight Children #4 Vertigo Comics Writer Gilbert Hernandez, Artist & Letterer Darwyn Cooke, Colorist Dave Stewart The final chapter of this wonderful mini series comes to a somewhat somber conclusion that is going to divide a lot of readers on this.
With the holidays right around the corner there are lots of great book ideas for that special comic book reader in your life and one of the books at the top of the list needs to be Graphic Ink The DC Comics Art of Darwyn Cooke.
It’s going to be short and sweet this week due to a hectic life schedule so here we go! Superman American Alien #1 DC Comics Writer Max Landis, Artist Nick Dragotta, Colorist Alex Guimaraes, Letterer John Workman This new mini series about the life of Superman is supposed to be seven short stories about different time periods in Superman’s life and the first issue takes place as a young boy and he is just discovering that he can fly but can’t control it.