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"It’s an issue I was nervous around. It’s an issue which had the potential to be enormously offensive - I had a critic friend of mine who writes well on issues of race and gender look it over to see if there was anything which tripped her up particularly. It was fine, which I thought and hoped it was - but that’s why you get people to look over stuff. 9/10 fuck ups are things you literally weren’t thinking about in the slightest. When the story is one where a black woman has taken on the characteristics of an animal, it’s clearly got the potential to be an absolute racist clusterfuck." -- Kieron Gillen

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Within the starship Insula Tergum's corridors, an old robot plays an old song...



"And if I can get on my high horse for a moment, I'm really proud that I'm able to work in a creator's universe who is excited about what I'm doing with it. I read about Kirby's son being upset about how his dad was treated at Marvel or Alan Moore asking people to leave his creations where he left them at DC. So yeah, do unto others and all that." -- Brandon Graham

Some pages from last month's PROPHET #39 )
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'I've often compared what Brandon [Graham] is doing with Prophet to the acclaimed Swamp Thing arc, the "Anatomy Lesson" by Alan Moore, it's that revolutionary in what he's doing. Alan Moore expanded the IDEA of Swamp Thing and that's what Brandon has done with Prophet, he's expanded the IDEA and in doing so, created a ridiculous amount of new possibilities.' -- Rob Liefeld

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Prophet #36

Aug. 9th, 2013 09:45 pm
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"Brandon [Graham] came back with this vision that stirs my Kubrick, Ridley Scott, Moebius, Robert E. Howard cocktail and I was just blown away. It's decidedly R rated, intelligent, the designs are fantastic and beyond anything I could have imagined. When people talk about someone 'over-delivering' on a project, I'll always think of what Brandon has given to Prophet." -- Rob Liefeld

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Prophet #34

Jul. 8th, 2013 12:46 am
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In the previous issue, we discovered the fate of Supreme in the distant future that PROPHET takes place in. This issue, we learn whatever happened to Radar, the Hound Supreme!

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Prophet #33

Jul. 7th, 2013 12:40 am
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Prophet and friends join up with the Babel-horolegion ships of the Woman's Armada.

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With issue 29 of PROPHET, we switch perspective (again) from Prophet to the black hats' side: The countless clones of Prophet who serve as the soldiers of the evil Earth Empire and its terrible Earth Mothers.

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Jaxson.

Oct. 29th, 2012 01:52 pm
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Back in the 90s, Rob Liefeld introduced John Prophet's sidekick and only friend, Jackson Kirby.


(Image courtesy of seqart.org.)

Yeah.

Now, in the pages of the new PROPHET relaunch, Brandon Graham introduces his updated take on the character...

Prophet #26 )
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Since the relaunched PROPHET series debuted, a number of readers have asked the same not-unreasonable question: "Aside from the name, how is this comic in any way related to the original Liefeld Prophet?" At first the answer seemed be "It isn't," but with issue 25 (the fifth or so issue of the relaunch, which kept the old numbering), the connection has become strong and clear.



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Three and four pages from the first and second issues, respectively, of the new PROPHET series...

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Hey! I've been doing character/creator spotlights every other day over at Ormes and I thought I'd double up on some of my favorite posts by hitting Scans Daily as well. Next up? Five scans from Brandon Graham's early work Universe So Big.

I'm Broham. )
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I swear one day I'll post something that doesn't have a cat in it. Not today though. Six pages of King City by the talented Brandon Graham under the cut. King City is now an ongoing from Image Comics! Tell your neighbors and your friends!

The cat is a weapon. )

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