Tag Archives: Ales Kot

Review: THE NEW WORLD #1

Review: THE NEW WORLD #1

THE NEW WORLD #1 Written by Ales Kot Art by Tradd Moore, Heather Moore, Yesflat, Clayton Cowles, and Tom Muller Published by Image Comics Release date: July 25, 2018 The most representative sequence of Ales Kot and Tradd Moore’s new day-glo dystopian work The New World arrives about two thirds of the way through the

Transmyscira: CALEXIT Moves at The Speed of Now

Yes, the arrival of this year’s Amancay Nahuelpan/Matteo Pizzolo comic is a great opportunity to dunk on the pair for only turning in an average of a single collaborative issue a year. But Calexit #2, in addition to the continuation of a must read dystopian nightmare set about five minutes into the future, is also


BLOODBORNE #1 Written by Ales Kot Art by Piotr Kowalski, Brad Simpson, Aditya Bidikar, and Wilfried Tshikana-Ekutshu Edited by Tom Williams Published by Titan Comics Release Date: February 21, 2018 The announcement that Ales Kot would be writing a Bloodborne comic likely left a good number of fans scratching their heads. Kot is mostly known

Interview: GONE Around the World with Ales Kot

Ales Kot is here to blow your mind first, and ask questions later. From the Secret Avengers and Suicide Squad, to delivering some of the most human and fantastical Image titles in recent memory, Ales Kot is a force to be reckoned with. And at last, 2018 is here, bringing with it a slew of titles


GENERATION GONE #5 Written by Ales Kot and André Lima Araújo Art by André Lima Araújo, Chris O’Halloran, Clayton Cowles, and Tom Muller Published by Image Comics Release Date: November 15, 2017 The finale to the first arc of Generation Gone ends with several bangs, revelations, and brings our three characters and supporting cast to new and different

Transmyscira: WOLF #6

WOLF #6 Written by Ales Kot Art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz and Lee Loughridge Published by Image Comics Release Date: February 24, 2016 There’s fear, loathing, and several miles of desert to cover as Wolf’s motley crew assemble to bust Antoine out of prison. When Ricardo Lopez Ortiz joined writer Ales Kot and colorist Lee