Posts tagged: covers
Nerds of Color announces that their own David Walker will be writing Dynamite’s Shaft comic. Denys Cowan shares the cover for Shaft #1 drawn by Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz. Sanford Greene shares some his cover work here and here. Black Comix posts Ulises Farinas’ cover. Comics Wow has more and previews covers. (Via Black Comix and World of Hurt)
Shaft # 1 Cover
Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz
pen and ink on board
Cut-out mock covers of a few of my most favorite comics currently on the stands (in no particular order)
Thrilling Wonder Stories, June 1943. Cover by Earle Bergey.
SF/F Editor Keith wonders whatever happened to cyberpunk:
Every now and again, like I said, those of us who grew up with cyberpunk wonder if there might be something new, something that isn’t just a “hackers versus a shady conspiracy” adventure novel. Usually, the books that are suggested to me as examples of “new cyberpunk” don’t really fit what I want from the genre. Plenty of them were good, but few of them grappled with the same big ideas that made me fall in love with Gibson’s “Sprawl” and “Bridge” trilogies, or Bruce Sterling’s Islands in the Net (still my favorite of all the books to emerge from the cyberpunk movement, and one of my favorite books of all time).
And then I found David Louis Edelman’s “Jump 225″ trilogy.
Romance Editor Chris shares some of her favorite books from 2013:
I always enjoy writing a ‘Best Of’ column, and this year it’s particularly timely. Not only do I work in retail (which is category 5 insane right now) but my week also included a bicycle accident and a broken water main. Frankly, I needed some happy time. It did me good to think about and/or re-read the books I liked best this year. Here are a few of them.