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MIKE CAREY IS JOINED BY ARTIST KENAN YARAR TO BRING DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT'S BARBARELLA TO COMICS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 35-YEARS
Press ReleaseTimed to coincide with the celebration of legendary heroine Barbarella's 55th anniversary, Dynamite Entertainment is pleased to announce that the iconic character's first-ever American comic series, and first new comic series in more than 35 years, is now set to feature the critically-acclaimed artistic stylings of Turkish artist Kenan Yarar (Hilal). Yarar joins writer Mike Carey (X-Men, Lucifer, The Girl with All the Gifts), and longtime Barbarella brand custodian and…
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Métal Hurlant was the daring magazine that broke all the rules and altered the course of science-fiction’s aesthetic forever
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"Wizards" (1977) an animated sci-fi fantasy epic from Ralph Bakshi's studio- creators of the film adaptation of R. Crumb's FRITZ THE CAT. Perfect for fans of underground n' alternative comics
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RIP you magnificent man. Though he is gone, his immeasurable contribution to the sci-fi/fantasy genre will live on.
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©2006, Clyde Caldwell All Rights Reserved Size: 16 1/2″ X 26″ Medium: Oils Date: 2006 Publication: Baen cover for the book by S. White & S. Meier This painting has been sold.
Métal hurlant: The Hugely Influential French Comic Magazine That Put Moebius on the Map & Changed Sci-Fi Forever
Would you believe that one particular publication inspired a range of visionary creators including Ridley Scott, George Lucas, Luc Besson, William Gibson, and Hayao Miyazaki? Moreover, would you believe that it was French, from the 1970s, and a comic book?
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Other Worlds Science Stories Volume 3 No. 3, May 1951 Cover art by Hannes Bok Contents: If Ye Have Faith - Lester Del Rey The City - Sydney J. Bounds The Man From Mars - Rog Phillips Vision - Bill Venable Little Miss Martian - E. Everett Evans Tails You Lose - H. B. Hickey Red Coral - Ray Palmer The Rocket Man - Edward W. Ludwig Heroes Are Made - Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson
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