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Jessica Chastain to Lead, Produce Painkiller Jane Movie
The Zero Dark Thirty lead will star in and produce a film adaptation of the Jimmy Palmiotti/Joe Quesada comic of the same name.
Talking Comics with Tim | Jimmy Palmiotti on ‘Sex and Violence Vol. 2’
It surprised me to see Jimmy Palmiotti pursuing yet another Kickstarter in 2014, considering he had successfully completed one earlier in the year for Denver. This new one, launched this …
Soska Sisters Tapped as “Painkiller Jane” Directors
Horror directors The Soska Sisters will direct the film adaptation of Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada's "Painkiller Jane."
Talking Comics with Tim | Jimmy Palmiotti on ‘Denver’
The always-busy writing team of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray are back with a Kickstarter campaign for Denver, a 72-page original graphic novel for mature readers illustrated by Pier Brito. …
Comics A.M. | ComiXology updates app with Wish List, more
Digital comics | ComiXology has released an update for its Comics iOS app with a few fixes and a new feature: a Wish List. The app also now supports Manga …
NYCC: Inside the Creator’s Studio with Jimmy Palmiotti
Writer Jimmy Palmiotti talks about the power of saying no, what happened during his first "Painkiller Jane" set visit and the best super power you can have.
CBR TV @ SDCC 2013: Joe Quesada on Marvel, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” & Artistic Growth
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada joined CBR for a roving interview aboard the CBR Golf Cart at Comic-Con and discussed everything from his current duties to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and his art.
SDCC ’13 | A roundup of pre-convention news
Preview Night doesn’t begin for another 11 hours, but judging from the flurry of announcements, Comic-Con International has been well under way since, oh, about Monday. So, if it feels …
SDCC EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Palmiotti Brings “Painkiller Jane” To Marvel’s Icon
Jimmy Palmiotti's unkillable tough girl returns to comics via Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, and the creator exclusively tells CBR why "Painkiller Jane" is more sexual and personal than she's ever been.