graphic novels

Oliver Tree runs rampant in his new graphic novel ‘Alien Boys!’
Oliver Tree runs rampant in his new graphic novel ‘Alien Boys!’
Earlier this year, Oliver Tree “retired” from the world of music. But that won’t stop the bowl-headed provocateur from rubbing his scalp all over the face of comics. Indeed, Z2 Comics has announced the first of their 2021 spring lineup today exclusively with Alternative Press with Tree’s first foray into graphic novels, Oliver Tree Vs. Little Ricky: Alien Bo... Read More ...
13 comic books that would make incredible TV series
13 comic books that would make incredible TV series
You know the old saying: “With great television comes great source material.” Or something like that. Fact is, comic books and graphic novels have proven to be incredible source material for TV, especially in recent years. From producer Greg Berlanti’s reign of heroism on The CW (everything from The Flash to Riverdale) to the runaway successes of Marvel’s Runaways on Hulu, The Boys on Amazon Prim
Here’s what Gerard Way first envisioned as the concept of ‘Killjoys’
Here’s what Gerard Way first envisioned as the concept of ‘Killjoys’
Gerard Way is more than just My Chemical Romance's frontman. He's a renaissance man combining music, drawing, literature and other elements of a wild imagination into fantastic works of art that appeal to everyone.  In a recent interview, Gerard Way talks about a moment in his history that ultimately shaped the way their final studio album would come across. Ori...
Poppy fights through damnation itself in upcoming second graphic novel
Poppy fights through damnation itself in upcoming second graphic novel
Poppy is once again channeling her well of creativity in comic form. The pop-metal star is releasing her sophomore graphic novel. The title is Damnation: Poppy’s Inferno. It is set to release July 21. Poppy has already ventured into the comic space with her first graphic novel, Genesis One: A Poppy Graphic Novel, in which we supposedly see the origins of the android pop-sensation.
Stan Lee is still helping comic book artists
Stan Lee is still helping comic book artists
While the enduring influence of Stan Lee on the comic book world can't be overstated, the late Marvel icon's legacy is still contributing to the greater good of graphic novels. Like a superhero responding to distress in the nick of time, a new tribute to the revered writer who died last year at 95 will benefit a non-profit that helps comic book artists in need. ...
The Architects – ‘Border Wars Episode II’ album premiere, graphic novel preview
More than a year following the first installment of Kansas City's the Architects' Border Wars five-part graphic novel and album series, Border Wars Episode II is nearly here. The album boasts catchy Spanglish anthems, punk-rock Gospel and plenty of swagger (in the classic rock 'n' roll sense of the word), transporting fans through their second exercise in artistic defiance. For those unfamiliar, y