Look at all those comics

Sorry if you had trouble accessing comics here this week. I think it’s fixed now, but let me know!

We should have more How I Killed Your Master coming up soon. As well as Matt’s new comic The Dreadful.

The Avengers and the Infinity Gauntlet, written by long time Atomic Robo editor Lee Black and I is now available as a trade paperback. You owe it to yourself to pick this bastard up if you’ve ever wondered what the original Infinity Gauntlet saga would have been like had it included a spacetrucker.

The newest issue of Atomic Robo and the Deadly Art of Science is scheduled to drop this week. The final issue is coming at you in (very) late March. And, yes, that’s Tesla on the cover.

One of the last things I wrote for Marvel hits in March: Iceman and Angel #1. It’s a one-shot, so I’m not sure what the numbering is for, but I’ll assume it’s a relic of Diamond’s distribution “system” and move on with my life. It takes place in the First Class continuity. Not the movie, but the comics the movie is not remotely based on.


Then in April we’ve got Captain America: The Fighting Avenger #1 — again, one-shot/archaic numbering nonsense — combining the two issues we were able to scam Marvel into letting us put together before they wised up to our shenanigans.

Then May brings us the return of Dr. Dinosaur on Free Comic Book Day.

Meanwhile! If you’re willing to brave the offerings of your local Taco Bell you just might find a comic I wrote. It’s the Iron Man one. Haven’t been able to track down a copy myself, but I’ve heard encouraging reports from folks who have found them, so they’re out there. Somewhere.

So. That’s what I’ve been up to lately. How’s by you?