Tony Moore is one of the best artists working in the horror genre today. His detailed, hyper-violent artwork has produced some terrifying and stomach churning images that are now burned into the minds’ of his readers. Moore’s work on “The Walking Dead” and “Fear Agent” are both considered timeless classics.
Moore will be appearing at Toronto ComiCon March 7th-9th and he jumped at the chance to speak with Bloody-Disgusting about his work. Moore spoke in-depth about his love for the horror genre, the longevity of “Fear Agent”, as well as why he thinks Kickstarter will change the whole publishing paradigm. READ MORE
Before “Uncanny Avengers” before “Captain America” and before “Black Science” Rick Remender had an incredible science fiction adventure series with Tony Moore called “Fear Agent.” The book is very much the spiritual prequel to “Black Science” featuring alcoholic Texan roughneck Heath Houston as the last remaining member of the Fear Agents.
The series is notable for its emphasis on balls to the wall action, insane creatures, and complete disregard for actual science. It was designed to be a tribute to the medium, break all the rules, and even make a few of its own. Heath provides ample amounts of laughs with infinite charisma and haphazard problem solving skills as he encounters high stakes insanity in every issue.
As part of an initiative to introduce a brand new audience to the book Rick Remender sat down with Bloody-Disgusting to talk about this labor of love. READ MORE
As a fantastic new year’s gift Dark Horse Comics and Rick Remender (“Black Science” “Uncanny Avengers”) have given Bloody-Disgusting the first issue of the acclaimed series “Fear Agent” to post for your reading pleasure.
“Fear Agent” features alcoholic Texan roughneck Heath Houston as the last remaining Fear Agent. The series is notable for its emphasis on balls to the wall action, insane creatures, and complete disregard for actual science. It was designed to be a tribute to the medium, break all the rules, and even make a few of its own.
Tony Moore brings the entire thing to life. Razor sharp lines an incredible attention to detail permeate every page. The rougher edges of the space are depicted with a certain Moore sheen that makes them feel weathered and decrepit. This is a galaxy that has seen some shit.
If you’re a fan of excellent, fun science fiction, or you’ve just read “Black Science” and are eager for more then “Fear Agent” is the book for you. Hit the jump to read the entire first issue! READ MORE
Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” is one of the longest ongoing serialized stories in comics. Rick Grimes and his band of survivors have had a long and difficult journey. Along the way many have been lost, alliances have been created, and badass moments are a dime a dozen.
So we here at Bloody Disgusting decided to compile a list of the top ten moments from “The Walking Dead” comic series. This is by no means all encompassing, there is simply too much awesome to contain in one list.
WARNING: Proceed with caution, this article has spoilers for the entire run of “The Walking Dead.”
Co-creators Robert Kirkman, and Tony Moore have been in a tough legal battle over the rights to The Walking Dead for the better part of 2012, and The Hollywood Reporter reports that the parties have reached an agreement. Moore sued Kirkman in February, claiming that he was deceived by Kirkman, “Kirkman is a proud liar and fraudster who freely admits that he has no qualm about misrepresenting material facts in order to consummate business transactions.” Moore filed the lawsuit wanting half the proceeds from the franchise (including the TV series).
The Hollywood Reporter was sent the following statement, which seems a bit more amicable: “Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore are pleased to jointly announce that they have reached an amicable agreement in their respective lawsuits and all parties have settled the entire matter to everyone’s mutual satisfaction. Neither side will be discussing any details but will instead happily and productively spend their time focused on their own work and move on in their lives.” READ MORE
V/H/S is now available on various On Demand platforms (a month before its October 5 theatrical release!)! While iTunes (AppleTV) has it, it’s also hitting Amazon, Charter, Comcast, Google Play, DirecTV, Playstation 3, SuddenLink, Time Warner, VUDU and Xbox Zune via Magnet Releasing. You can find out exactly where to rent it by clicking here.
The filmmakers include Adam Wingard (You’re Next, A Horrible Way to Die, Pop Skull), Simon Barrett (You’re Next, Dead Birds, Red Sands), Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Roost, The Innkeepers), David Bruckner (The Signal), Joe Swanberg (Silver Bullets), Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead), along with YouTube sensations Radio Silence. Now EW has gotten their hands on a new poster from “Walking Dead” artist Tony Moore that draws from Radio Silence’s closing segment “10/31/98″!
Head inside for the whole thing! READ MORE
Now that “SPIDER-ISLAND” has drawn to a close, and Spidey fans everywhere are just as hopeless as they were before the story began that the character will ever regain his greatness, Rick Remender is looking to turn over a new leaf for his ubber popular character within the pages of “VENOM”. The title will be returning on December 7th, and if you make the jump you can check out a very short, but promising, preview. Read on for the skinny…
Hold onto your hats boils and ghouls because it is that time of the month again…Ahem. That’s right it is time for the newest issue of Marvel’s “VENOM” serial from Rick Remender, and this time the symbiote clad hero will have his hands full as he goes head-to-head with Kraven The Hunter! Inside you can check out a 5 page preview of all the action before the book hits shelves this coming Wednesday. Read on for the skinny…
Today I’m proud to announce Graphic Content’s first retrospective, where we look back and discuss the work in depth. The first series we will be looking at is Robert Kirkman’s ‘The Walking Dead’ published by Image Comics.
I invite you to read with Dubbs and I while we discuss the series deeply and WARNING…there will be copious amounts of spoilers. At the end of the week or beginning of next, we will start to discuss the series through Chapter 1. The Walking Dead is readily available in hard paperback and trades at most book and comic book stores. So get ready, and we’ll all make it out alive if we stick together…