Think Tank is one of those comics that created a lot of buzz last year among creators and critics alike. It’s such a unique story in that it takes science very seriously, it’s apparent that writer Matt Hawkins spent a lot of time researching explosives and weaponry, but it’s also one of the funnest books on the shelves. Issue #7 sees part 3 of the “Genetics” arc and we’ve got an exclusive preview for you to feast on below. READ MORE
Top Cow offers up a beautiful first look at the cover art for Cyber Force #4, which will be out in stores in March, 2013.
‘Cyber Force’ is a relaunch of an Image Comics series from the early 90s, and after a successful Kickstarter campaign, each issue so far has been offered completely free (and it’s damn good). See the cover art below! READ MORE
Alright, folks! You’ve read all of our Bloody-disgusting staff picks for favorite comics of 2012, but now you get to hear what your favorite creators have been loving over the past year. Below are the Top 5 of 2012 lists from industry pros, Alan Robert (“Crawl To Me”), Tim Seeley (“Hack/Slash”, “Revival”), Jim Zub (“Skullkickers”), David Hine (“The Darkness”, “Crossed”), And Matt Hawkins (“Think Tank”). READ MORE
The awesome folks over at Top Cow Comics have teamed with BD once again to deliver a special treat for you ladies and gents. The publisher is offering up issue #1 of their hit series, Think Tank, absolutely free!
“Think Tank” is written by Top Cow veteran Matt Hawkins, with artwork from Rahsan Ekedal. The series follows the brilliant Dr. David Loren who decides he can no longer participate in creating weapons of destruction for the military. In order to escape, he’s forced to butt heads with the big boys. This is one of the most fiercely intelligent comics of the year, and it’s well worth a read. The “Think Tank” trade paperback, collecting issues 1 through 4, drops on Wednesday, December 5th, 2012. Hit the jump for the teaser trailer and issue #1 for free. READ MORE
Writer Matt Hawkins and artist Rahsan Ekedal’s Think Tank has become on the surprise hits of 2012. The series chronicles the exploits of slacker military scientist Dr. David Loren as he fights back against the US Military, who wants him to continue producing weapons of mass destruction. “Think Tank” is one part “Manhattan Projects” mixed with Hackers, which creates a thrilling ride that all comics fans should be geeking out on.
Issue #4 hits shops on November 14th, so check out the exclusive preview and after the jump. READ MORE