BOOM! Studios is proud to announce that the award-winning writer-director-producer team behind the upcoming Warner Brothers film, THE ASTRONAUT FARMER, are launching their next project — SALVADOR — in the world of comic books.”
“9) I don’t believe that in the past year I’ve read any comic from Boom! Studios that wasn’t at the very least average. Most of them are good. A couple were great. But not a single one I’d call bad. That’s a pretty nice track record, I think.”
“I never pass up the chance to read a Mythos story, even though its not a subject I am compelled to blog obsessively about. Lovecraft is a private indulgence best savored alone in bed, after midnight, by the dim illumination of a flashlight. It doesn’t do to blog endlessly about the minutia of Lovecraft continuity (mainly because he played loose with the details to achieve that mythic feel). The most you can really do is trade jokes, videos, parodies, and mock derisively the people who actually buy and use the Necronomicon.
“Kevin’s story was my favorite of the collection. Neat concept, I was expecting Erich Zahn“Â when I saw the musical references but he went in a direction I hadn’t seen before and captured the mystery/horror mood of a Lovecraft story. Tough to do in a visual medium.”
“Best sitcom going right now. A laugh out loud fun book, that portrays one powered and non-powered version of the same character, now forced to live in the non-powered one’s world. Great stuff, about heroes, relationships and exploring your inner self.”
“The art work, drawn by one of Boom Studios regular artists, Jean Dzialowski, is an effective mixture of fine line drawings which have been over-painted in muted, almost watercolour hues. Panel composition is varied and interesting with larger landscapes over which the narrative is played and tighter more action oriented sequences which contain the right mix of detail and shadow.