Tag Archives: richard starkings

Popgun!

April 27, 2010

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One of the raddest things about C2E2 was getting a chance to catch up on some books I missed the first time around. Thankfully, I grabbed Image‘s Popgun Vol. 1, and seriously it is the fucking best. Featuring work by Jim Mahfood, Dave Crosland, Tim Seeley, Richard Starkings, Rick Remender, Michael Allred, Mark Andrew Smith, […]

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Windy City Comic Con is Coming!

September 12, 2009

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Windy City Comic Con is an awesome independent show from our fellow Chicago podcasters Around Comics @ Dark Tower Comics. This year’s show will feature a booth from our good friends/ sponsors,  Chicago Comics, and special guests and Nerd City favorites Richard Starkings and our main fucking man, Tim Seeley, will also be in attendance. […]

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Nerd City Interview: Richard Starkings

June 5, 2009

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Richard Starkings is, without a doubt, a visionary.  He’s the man behind Comicraft, the company that’s spearheading a philosophical revolution in the way that graphic design plays a part in the creation of comic books.  He’s also the man behind ELEPHANTMEN, an intensely sophisticated comic of intertwining, deeply human, tales of giant ex-soldier animal men […]

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GØDLAND

April 21, 2009

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I’m a huge fan of this book from Image.  The stories by Joe Casey are great, the Kirbyesque art by Tom Scioli is pretty much my favorite in comics, and the overall layout/design (courtesy of Richard Starkings’s Comiccraft) is outstanding.  I was particularly impressed by last week’s issue 27′s cover art and thought that it […]

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Elephantmen by Richard Starkings

January 25, 2009

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I recently picked up Volume One of Richard Starkings’s (not the drummer out of The Beatles) Elephantmen.  It’s an awesome sci-fi noir comic book  from Image.  Starking is world renowned for, of all things, his letttering skills.  What this traslates to is a book that is just as impessive in terms of layout and graphic […]

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