Most TV shows about sex crimes are kind of dark. But that's because none of them are based on Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's comic Sex Criminals, where two lovers discover they have the ability to stop time when they orgasm, and immediately use their powers to rob banks. Now that's going to change!
We're already loving Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's comic Bitch Planet, set in a space prison for women who have been "non-compliant," and this live-action trailer for the comic explains why. It perfectly captures the mix of exploitation and future dystopia.
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's new comic series Bitch Planet is billed as "Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds." And after just one issue, we're incredibly excited about the story of women on a prison planet — many for the crime of non-compliance. NSFW images below.
They’re all in Pretty Deadly, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios’ new Western-horror-fantasy comic from Image. A butterfly and a dead rabbit relate the story of Death’s daughter's quest for vengeance, and it’s weirder, more brutal and simply more amazing than I can describe here. That and more, in this week’s comics!
Writer Kelly Sue DeConnick is taking on Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers, for a relaunched comic book. (And this comes at a time when Carol Danvers is rumored to appear in the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie, setting up a possible role in Avengers 2.) Over at Hero Complex, there's a great interview with DeConnick,…
Wednesday's comic round-up gives us Richard Corben drawing Hellboy, some newly reprinted 2000 AD work from Gorillaz maven Jamie Hewlett, and the Scott Pilgrim boxed set. A motley crew if ever there was one!