Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Princesses of Mars, Part 22

More artist's conceptions of what the Rover will see when it makes contact with the Martians!
By Dean Juliette
By Mark Schultz

By Bret Blevins


By Frank Cho

Thursday, September 8, 2016

NUELOW Games and Marv Wolfman

Through an arrangement with Marv Wolfman, NUELOW Games recently published a collection his "Love Witch" stories. These were originally published by Skywald back in the early 1970s. Here are a couple sample pages.

Art by Ernie Colon
Art by Ernie Colon & Jack Able
The book featuring the comics is titled, not surprisngly, "Love Witch." In addition to the two fantastic excursions into dark fantasy that is "Love Witch," the book features a third Wolfman fantasy story--"Cassandra of the Seventh Wind"--and an RPG section by yours truly that lets you bring Cassandra and the Love Witch's magic to d20 System campaigns.

"Love Witch," however, isn't the only work by Wolfman that graces NUELOW's line-up of titles. He also wrote the comics featured in NUELOW's "Monster Monster: Soul Drinkers" (which contains RPG rules by Andrew Pavlides that translates the creature featured in Wolfman's story to D&D 5th Edition), and in "Lady Satan 2004" (where you will find d20 System game rules that let players create characters who are the literal children of Satan, designed once again by yours truly). Here are sample pages from those books:
Art by Pablo Marcos
(from "Monster, Monster: Soul Drinkers")
Art by Ross Andru & Mike Esposito
(from "Lady Satan 2004")
























Click here to see additional previews of these three great titles,  or to get your own copies of them.

They are part of NUELOW Games's ongoing effort to put unjustly forgotten comics for year's past in front of new readers. Each title includes the comics, together with all-new roleplaying game material and fiction inspired by them. Click here to see the complete line-up of NUELOW's comics/rpg hybrid titles. You may find your new favorite comics among them.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Wonder Woman Wednesday!

The first offering this time out is the image for a Wonder Woman cover that caused a stink and led Frank Cho to quit was supposed to be a 12-issue gig doing WW covers:


By Frank Cho
By Jose Luis Garcia Lope

By Sergio Aragones


Friday, August 5, 2016

Fantastic Friday!

At various times, Sue Storm has taken leaves of absence from the Fantastic Four, usually because she wanted to spend more time being a mother to her and Reed's son, Franklin. Her spot in the line-up was filled by Crystal or Medusa of the Inhumans, or, most noteworthy, by She-Hulk.






Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wednesday, July 20, 2016