Tag Archives: J.M. DeMatteis

Exclusive Preview: SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #32

Exclusive Preview: SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #32

DC Comics has given Comicosity exclusive access to preview pages from SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #32! Check ’em out below! SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #32 Written by J.M. DeMatteis, Keith Giffen Art by Tom Palmer, Patrick Olliffe, Gus Vazquez, Hi-Fi, Travis Lanham Edited by Liz Erickson, Harvey Richards Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 12, 2018 While the


GREEN LANTERN/HUCKLEBERRY HOUND SPECIAL #1 Written by Mark Russell and J.M. DeMatteis Art by Rick Leonardi, Dan Green, Ande Parks, Tom Mandrake, Steve Buccellato, Hi-Fi, Wes Abbott and Travis Lanham Edited by Liz Erickson, Harvey Richards, Jim Chadwick Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 31, 2018 In the early 70s, vietnam vet John Stewart

Exclusive Preview: SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #27

DC Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview with Comicosity for next week’s Scooby Apocalypse #27. Scroll down to view the full-sized preview images. SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #27 Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis Art by Pat Oliffe, Scott Hanna, and Travis Lanham Edited by Jim Chadwick, Harvey Richards, and Liz Erickson Published by DC Comics


SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #12 Written by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis Art by Dale Eaglesham, Tom Derenick, Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 12, 2017 The Gang continues their quest through the wastelands, attempting to find one of Velma’s brothers….who bears a striking resemblance to someone that I just can’t place my finger on…. Oh


Fred. Daphne. Velma. Shaggy. Scooby-Doo. Roaming the globe in their lime-green Mystery Machine, they’ve solved countless crimes and debunked dozens of sketchy supernatural shenanigans. But what if the horror was real? Something terrible has transformed our world, turning millions of people into mindless zombie hordes. And only five people—well, four people and one mangy mutt—have

WE TALK COMICS Episode 166: An Epic Episode

We Talk Comics with Brett, Keith, Mo and Chris is back talking what they determine is the most influential comic book imprint in history, Epic Comics from Marvel. It’s a great look back at why the line was so important while highlighting books like Marshal Law, Trouble, Moonshadow, Groo, Alien Legion and more. The talent

BLACK MASK STUDIOS Announces 2016 Titles

BLACK MASK STUDIOS, the publishing/production company launched in 2014 by Matt Pizzolo (Occupy Comics, Halo-8 Films), Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion, CEO Epitaph Records, ANTI- Records), and Steve Niles (30 Days Of Night), has unveiled its third slate of comics: a dozen projects principally from new creators bringing bold and unorthodox points of view to their comics. After a banner 2015 with breakout hits We Can

TRADE WAITING: Week of February 3, 2016

Welcome back my fellow TRADE WAITERS! Another Monday is upon us, which means another look at the week’s hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this edition of “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released this coming Wednesday and why you should watch out