All posts tagged greg rucka

→ Greg Rucka Enters The World Of Dragon Age

Greg Rucka writing a comic in the Dragon Age universe sounds awesome.

→ Nicola Scott And Greg Rucka’s Black Magick #ImageExpo – With 2 Issues In The Can!

A Greg Rucka book with Nicola Scott on art? Yes. Yes. 100 times, yes.

→ Greg Rucka To Write Star Wars Ep 7 Prequel Comic For Marvel, Shattered Empire

I am so pumped that Rucka is so heavily involved with the various Star Wars Ep. 7 prequel stuff.

→ Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus is getting a television adaptation

Good news for Greg. I hope it happens.

→ Ellen Page to star in “Queen & Country” adaptation

This news is a bit old now, but I was just going through my “to post” folder and wanted to make sure I put it on the site. I would love for this to happen.

→ Greg Rucka announces new Series at Dark Horse

The story opens when a beautiful girl wakes up in an abandoned subway station with no memory of how she got there. When men try to hurt her . . . they wind up dead. Where did she come from? And what is she capable of?

Sounds interesting, if not a little creepy.1 Of course, since it’s Rucka, I am going to be picking up the first few issues, regardless.

  1. Speaking of creepy, check out the artwork

→ Don MacPherson’s Review of the First Issue of Lazurus

It was a new comic by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, creators whose past works I’ve enjoyed, notably their previous collaboration on Gotham Central. I was eager to sample a new creator-owned work from them, and the notion they might disappoint never entered my mind. And they didn’t disappoint, but they did take me off-guard. I was expecting something else, something more grounded, something more rooted in or at least connected to the crime genre, given their previous projects. But Lazarus is, if described in broad terms, a science-fiction book, or, more specifically, a dystopian book. It’s certainly a smart book, and it has some strong messages.

I was also surprised by the concept, but that does not take away from how good a book it is. I have already read it twice.

→ New Book Coming from Rucka and Lark

Sign me up.