Wayward #9

Apr. 8th, 2016 09:11 pm
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wayward9cover

Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Steve Cummings
Colorist: John Rauch

10 pages out of 31

Warning for language.



And, ladies and gentlemen, the worst issue of the series. Prepare for likability to be flushed down the toilet!

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The Fix #1

Apr. 7th, 2016 06:09 pm
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"It's a crime story and a comedy, sometimes farcical, sometimes really dark. Mac and Roy are Los Angeles police officers who would never let the law, ethics, or basic human decency get in the way of their pusuit of a soft life or a quick buck. They've got ties to show biz and organized crime, and live in a world where sociopathic narcissism is something you put on your resume."

- Steve Lieber


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"I know that Mark and JG Jones (artist of 'Wanted') are Dragon buffs, and having been a guy who's read 'Wanted' on my end and knowing the two of them, it just occurred to somebody at some point that 'Hey, wouldn't it be cool if these characters came over?'"

- Erik Larsen


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Huck #4

Mar. 17th, 2016 12:03 am
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"I wanted to create a ‘feel-good comic’ like Forrest Gump and ET and The Goonies and It’s a Wonderful Life are ‘feel-good movies’ and I want to see the impossibly-likeable Channing Tatum as Huck and Rihanna as the beautiful girl in town he’s too shy to talk to.

I want to remind everyone that we didn’t get into this game, didn’t dress up as these characters as kids, because they were so miserable and bad-ass and violent and cruel. We loved them because they were KIND and, deep down, I think we’re hungry for that right now just a few months before we see Superman throttle Batman or Captain America beat the Bejesus out of Iron Man while cinema audiences watch, wondering why the good guys went so bad. Huck is the antidote to the antihero and it’s going to be an interesting experiment this week. In the words of every great comic-book, to be continued..."

- Mark Millar

Source: http://www.gamesradar.com/mark-millar-how-man-steel-traumatised-create-huck/


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Don't do so if you're someone used to being more than whatever you face.

You might find yourself facing someone who's been feeling the other way.

Certainly, things'll go your way at first; probably, they'll go so to the last.

Maybe, though, they might go something like this.

They might go as painful as this. )
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"One of the hooks of ‘Hunter-Killer’ was always the notion that what we read in the newspapers and what we see reported to us is always just the tip of the iceberg, there’s always machinations on a global scale behind it that we don’t know. And if you’re not convinced there’s global machinations going on right now, with the economic crisis that’s happening, then you’ve got your head in the sand. I don’t mean to sound like I should be wearing a tin foil hat, I just mean it’s easy to be paranoid in this day and age given how out of control we seem to be of our own destiny."

- Mark Waid

Source: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=20128


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"Hunter-Killer is grounded in the growing outrage we as a nation have against an increasingly corrupt administration, balanced against the idea that there really are people in charge 'up there' who do have a sense of morality and do want to do what's right. To that end, we're revealing the existence of a fourth, secret branch of the U.S. Government that's been in existence since colonial times: the 'Failsafe Branch,' charged with the responsibility of keeping our government in line. The old trope about 'black ops' stories is that 'there are some jobs too dirty for the government.' Yeah, well, anyone who's read a newspaper in the past few years is probably with me when I say, 'Really?' The Failsafe crew is out to change that image and make America the good guys again--even if they have to do it in secret."

- Mark Waid

Source: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=4083


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Wayward #7

Feb. 28th, 2016 05:26 pm
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wayward7cover

Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Steve Cummings
Colorist: John Rauch

10 1/3 pages out of 32

Warning for violence.

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