Max Allan Collins returns to "Ms. Tree," the Fillbach Brothers illustrate Larry Young's "Hemogoblin," and Matt Sturges preps two new books as First Comics continues to expand its lineup.
First Comics, one of the pioneering indie comic book publishers of the 1980s, returns with an eclectic lineup of new works and collections of their original comics -- plus a bold plan to bypass Diamond.
First Comics did not try to overdo the announcement of their reemergence at their Comic-Con International panel, instead focusing on producing quality material and allowing that work to be its own proclamation.
First Comics, known for its acclaimed creator-owned comics throughout the '80s, makes its return at CCI 2011. Co-Founder Ken Levin tells CBR exclusively about how the publisher will live up to its legacy
The news last week about the return of First Comics makes me happier than it has any right to; although I haven't read an incredible amount of the publishers' 1980s/1990s output - which included a couple of gems, which I have read: American Flagg! Nexus! Those two alone feel like they should earn First a place in most comic lovers' hearts - the publisher holds a weird place in my heart for being, I'm pretty convinced, the first American indie publisher I ever bought a comic from, way back when.
"E-Man" co-creator Nicola Cuti, a longtime veteran of comics, animation and film, was surprised with Comic-Con International's Inkpot Award for career achievement prior to his Spotlight panel on Thursday.