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Keatinge Explores Dark & Dangerous Universes in “What If? Age of Ultron”
Joe Keatinge explains the latest "What If?" miniseries, which explores parallel Marvel Universes that could result from the fractured time-space continuum.
COMMENTARY TRACK: Jim Zub on “Skullkickers” #14
"Skullkickers" writer and co-creator Jim Zubkavich sat down with CBR News to discuss the origins of Rex's weapon, Thool's relaxed dialog, and what's coming up next in the Image Comics series.
Read Skullkickers for free on Keenspot
The fantasy-action-comedy comic Skullkickers was one of the surprise hits of the past year, and now the creators are going to post the back issues on Keenspot. The web version …
ONE TO WATCH: Jim Zubkavich
"Skullkickers" creator Jim Zubkavich spoke with CBR about how he got into comics, his fantasy origins and why the leads of his breakthrough series were introduced to the comic buying public before they even had names!
Kickin’ the Gun #1: Bunn, Zubkavich on Skullkickers, Sixth Gun, process and more
Many who have been following this blog know I’m a fan of both Image’s Skullkickers and Oni’s The Sixth Gun. So when I saw that the two creator-owned books were …
Skullkickers #2 Sells Out Almost Immediately After Release
Official Press Release After issue 1 rampaged off shelves and into the hearts and minds of comic fans, SKULLKICKERS #2 follows suit with a distribution-level sell out! Demand for SKULLKICKERS …
“Skullkickers” #1 Second Printing Sells Out Before Release
Official Press Release After an early distribution-level sell out of the first printing of SKULLKICKERS #1, additional orders for the second printing have built far quicker than expected and Image …
“Skullkickers” #1 Sells Out, Headed for Second Printing
Official Press Release SKULLKICKERS is kicking down doors all over the place, with great early reviews and advance buzz. Image Comics is proud to announce that despite a significant overprint, …
“Skullkickers” Bashes Your Face In
We spoke with writer Jim Zubkavich about his new Image series "Skullkickers," described as "a buddy cop film slammed into 'Army of Darkness'" about two unnamed monster hunters with plenty of brawn and very few brains.