Amazon has ordered an adaptation of Greg Rucka, Michael Lark, and Santiago Arcas's comic, Lazarus.
Lazarus' Greg Rucka tells Ars he can't wait to show more world than what fits on the page.
Deadline is reporting that Amazon has set up a whopping three high-profile drama series for development: Ringworld, based on Larry Niven’s classic science fiction book; Lazarus, based on the comic book by Greg Rucka (Jessica Jones); and Snow Crash, based on Neal Stephenson’s cult novel. Show More Summary
Amazon's efforts to increase its genre programming include an adaptation of the Image Comics series from Greg Rucka and Michael Lark. The post Lazarus Television Series in the Works at Amazon appeared first on CBR.
Amazon has set up three high-profile drama series for development: Ringworld, based on Larry Niven's classic science fiction book; Lazarus, based on the comic book by Greg Rucka (Jessica Jones); and Snow Crash, based on Neal Stephenson's...Show More Summary
Shea Fontana had some big shoes to fill when she took over Wonder Woman after Greg Rucka’s phenomenal run, but she’s stepped up to the challenge and crafted a compelling story rooted in Diana’s innate sense of empathy and duty. Fontana has done exceptional work with the best-selling DC Super Hero Girls graphic novels,… Read more...
Shea Fontana had some big shoes to fill when she took over Wonder Woman after Greg Rucka’s phenomenal run, but she’s stepped up to the challenge and crafted a compelling story rooted in Diana’s innate sense of empathy and duty. Fontana...Show More Summary
We continue to count down YOUR picks of the greatest Wonder Woman stories ever told! Stories by George Perez, Greg Rucka and more! The post 50 Greatest Wonder Woman Stories: #35-31 appeared first on CBR.
The countdown of the greatest Wonder Woman stories of all-time continues with stories from Greg Rucka, Trina Robbins and more! The post 50 Greatest Wonder Woman Stories: #45-41 appeared first on CBR.
Writer Greg Rucka and artist Nicola Scott return to Image Comics with the impeccable storytelling of Black Magick #6. The post REVIEW: Rucka & Scott’s Black Magick #6 is a Heartbreaking Triumph appeared first on CBR.
Weaving threads of every Wonder Woman story since DC Universe Rebirth together! DC Comics' Wonder Woman #25 by Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp & Bilquis Evely. The post Wonder Woman #25 appeared first on CBR.
Diana & Cale are forced to confront the choices of the past…and a new direction for the future! DC's Wonder Woman #24 by Greg Rucka & Bilquis Evely. The post Wonder Woman #24 appeared first on CBR.
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic-book issue of significance. This week, it’s The Old Guard #4. Written by Greg Rucka (Wonder Woman, Lazarus) with art by Leandro Fernández (The Discipline, The Names) and colorsShow More Summary
Multi-award-winning author Greg Rucka chats with us about the enduring core of Wonder Woman and why she is still so electrifying and relevant after 75 years.
Greg Rucka’s phenomenal run on Wonder Woman ends next month with issue #25, so readers are going to want to savor each chapter leading up to the finale. The main series has made some significant fixes to Diana’s backstory, and next week’s...Show More Summary
Writer Greg Rucka is joined by series designer/writer Eric Trautmann for the miniseries Lazarus: X+66, which sets the stage for Lazarus’s sixth story arc. The post First Looks: Lazarus: X+66 appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Lazarus is getting resurrected in a new miniseries from writer Greg Rucka and a host of artists, including Michael Lark, Steve Lieber, Bilquis Evely and many others. The post Lazarus Rises Once Again in New Miniseries from Rucka, Lieber & More appeared first on CBR.
Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Year One Writer: Greg Rucka Artists: Nicola Scott, Bilquis Evely “Interlude” Colourist: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letterer: The post Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Year One Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
The vast majority of Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp’s Rebirth-era Wonder Woman series has focused on Diana’s search for a path back to Themyscira and her fellow Amazons. In this week’s issue #21, we finally get an idea of where Paradise Island just might be and why she can’t return. Read more...