The gang at Multiversity have been big proponents of Skullkickers since the very beginning and the latest article written by Joshua Mocle is an extensive run through of his favourite aspects of the series so far. Give it a read!
\”I quickly became charmed by the off-beat dialogue, bizarre characters and entirely modern storytelling. However, what really won me over was that, for the first time I can really remember, I was reading a high concept fantasy book that included absolutely zero self indulgience. More than most comics out there, Skullkickers seemed to only be preoccupied with having fun and telling a raunchy, gorey story in a universe with elements that were familiar to most (even me) if not all.\”
Jeremy Hudson from the site Nerd Bastards\’ first issue of Skullkickers is our latest and he\’s happy to join the adventure.
\”It reminded me of how a great D&D game can go to complete craziness around 2am when the DM is hopped up on Cheetos and diet Dr. Pepper and it was just as fun as that too. Also we finally get answers to what a drum kit golem would look like. This book is damn near educational.\”
The crew at Panel Bound has Skullkickers on their new list of \”5 Comics That Will Change How You Read Comics\”.
\”I first heard about Skullkickers at San Diego Comic Con as I was creeping about the Image booth trying to nab interviews for the website. I was initially intrigued by this comic because the guys doing signings were probably a few years older than me and this both bummed me out (whenever I see people my age making comics professionally I get a little jealous) and made me want to check this books out immediately.
I couldn’t believe that this group of creators in their (probably I am guessing) mid 20′s were creating such a polished and clean looking book being put out by Image. After checking out the first issue of Skullkickers it all started to make sense why Image was rallying behind this book so much, it’s comedy and action writing at it’s finest. The art is superb and is by far one of the most polished comics out currently.\”
Mat Elfring at Comic Vine has a great new article up called \’What Are We Reading?\’ all about favourite comic titles. Image grabs all three spots on his list, and one of them is Skullkickers.
\”Everything about this comic is awesome, especially the art.. It may not have the complex character development that THE WALKING DEAD has or the bizarre super-powers that CHEW has, but this book stands out on its own and there is nothing like it on the market. I\’d love to shake the hands of Jim Zub, Edwin Huang, and Misty Coats for putting this book together.\”
MTV Geek has an exclusive preview of Skullkickers #12: Four More Tavern Tales. Click through and get a peek at the short story written by Kirby Krackle, with artwork by Joe Ng!
Skullkickers #12: Four More Tavern Tales, arrives in comic shops nationwide tomorrow! If you just jumped on board Skullkickers with Vol 1 & 2, then issue 12 will keep you satisfied until our third story arc begins in 2012.
Four short stories by four great creative teams.
Have you pre-ordered your copy?
All of our fans are amazing and occasionally they do some amazing things that really surprise us.
Skullkickers mega-fan Ian Tornay, EA\’s Community Manager on the newly released Battlefield 3, sent us a wonderful gift in the mail.
Copies of the game…
Along with personalized dog tags for Shorty and Baldy!
Edwin got them too!
Thanks for bringing our monsters mashers on to the battlefield, Ian.
Over at the Comics Experience website Jim Zub has some tips on writing great fight scenes, based on the fun stuff that shows up in each issue of Skullkickers. Click on through and enjoy.
James Mason at Comic Buzz has the first review of Skullkickers #12: Four More Tavern Tales, arriving in stores on Wednesday, November 30th. Our second short story cavalcade hits the spot!
\”It creates the perfect jumping on point and maintains the exceptional polish the series has had for both of the major storylines that have been released thus far.\”
Jim Mroczkowski at iFanboy has just posted up a great article all about how important it is to support creator-owned comics. Click on over and give it a read, then let friends know about your favorite comics.