All posts tagged "Ed Brubaker"

  • 5 Skull Review: “The Fade Out” #1

    The Brubaker/Phillips train just keep right on rolling with issue #1 of “The Fade Out” – a 40’s era film industry noir that epitomizes and...

  • The Six Best Indie Comics by the Big Two’s Best Minds

    When most people think of comics they picture Batman and Wolverine slugging it out on an exploding aircraft carrier. Marvel and DC, or The Big...

  • Ed Brubaker’s “Fatale” as Cosmic Horror-Noir Through Semiotics

    I must preempt my examination of the horror-noir comic by first taking a firm stance on one historically debated topic among critics: Is noir a...

  • Review: “Velvet” #5

    Review by – Jorge Solis An engaging spy thriller, “Velvet” #5 delivers the suspense and plot twists as the quick pace speeds up to a...

  • More Noir From Brubaker And Phillips!

    Ed Brubaker is the master of contemporary noir comics. He and his partner in crime, Sean Phillips, have a new 40s style homage on the...

  • ‘Winter Solider’ Writer Pens ‘Maniac Cop’ Remake!

    A week ahead of the upcoming Cannes market, Wild Bunch has revealed they will be producing a remake of William Lustig’s 1988 cult classic Maniac...

  • Review: ‘Velvet’ #2

    An action-packed spy thriller, “Velvet” #2 is a rewarding read full of plot twists and tons of action. This story has a gun-toting femme fatale,...

  • Review: ‘Velvet’ #1

    A smart spy thriller, “Velvet” #1 will keep readers on their toes as each plot twist hits them hard. This is an exciting glimpse into...

  • Kim Jee-woon to Direct Ed Brubaker’s “Coward”

    South Koren director Kim Jee-woon (I Saw The Devil, The Good the Bad and the Weird) has found his new project. After directing the Schwarzenegger...

  • Brubaker And Epting Get Smooth With ‘Velvet’

    This October, Image Comics kicks of a book from the duo that brought you “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting. “Velvet”...

  • Review: Fatale #2

    Let’s face it as far as laws and rules go, the 50’s were a more care free era than what we deal with at this...