gerry duggan

Writer/Director living in working in Los Angeles. Check out my directing reel: https://vimeo.com/gerryduggan

Gerry Duggan Takes Over "Hulk" from Mark Waid in August - Comic Book Resources

Need a Lawyer For Godzilla Related Damage? Call Thomas Lennon

thecomedybureau:

In honor of the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Godzilla movie, Nerdist has made this video for all the victims of Godzilla attacks that deserve compensation starring Thomas Lennon as a mustachioed lawyer.

Give it a watch here and get the money you deserve, if you’re still alive after a Godzilla attack that is.

A thing I helped make. Enjoy! 

buttwade:

fuckyesdeadpool:

Deadpool V4 #27 - The Wedding of Deadpool

is it just me or does wade sound a bit bitter about spidey never giving him a chance…?

I knew that joke was going to land. DP 27 is in stores now. I think you’ll like it. Hope you try it out - some crazy stuff is coming. Thanks for reading! 

buttwade:

fuckyesdeadpool:

Deadpool V4 #27 - The Wedding of Deadpool

is it just me or does wade sound a bit bitter about spidey never giving him a chance…?

I knew that joke was going to land. DP 27 is in stores now. I think you’ll like it. Hope you try it out - some crazy stuff is coming. Thanks for reading! 

(via fuckyesdeadpool)

jasonlatour:

These folks said some amazingly nice things about SOUTHERN BASTARDS #1. Chances are a comic creator you like also liked it. 

Meaning you should pre-order TODAY. 

lokeinlyesmith said: This isn't so much an "ask" as it is a "tell". I see all kinds of grief you get over Nova, because of Sam. I've liked Sam since the get-go, but that's not even half of why I'm here. I've been struggling to find comics coming out currently that I can read and share with my 7 year old son. I'm trying to get him to read more, find things that he finds engaging, that we can bond over, and I found that in Nova. Thank you. Those two words aren't enough. But /thank you/.

Hi - Marvel has some storybooks - mostly origins. In addition to Nova, DC had a line of fun all ages books - The Batman Adventures. There’s a Thor book from Samnee that we love too. Boom has some Pixar comics too - thanks for reading Nova. 

sinagrace:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SELF-OBSESSED IS PACKED WITH HUMOR

Sina Grace returns to slice-of-life roots with a new collection of autobiographical strips 

Image Comics has announced today that they will be publishing writer/ artist Sina Grace’s collection of autobiographical strips for April’s self-contained and self-referential, Self-Obsessed. The oversized one-shot marks the first time that over a decade’s worth of Grace’s comics will be seen in print.

After spending 2013 touring the successful and blood-soaked Burn the Orphanage series, Grace opted to take a moment to revisit the sandbox where fan-favorite Li’l Depressed Boy and critically adored Not My Bag reside. Originally packaged as a digital exclusive, Self-Obsessed expands on the themes explored in Grace’s previous work and goes deeper: “I feel like I’ve been teetering between mainstream and indie,” confessed Grace. “Self-Obsessed is a fun middle ground for the fans who love my slice-of-life stories like Not My Bag, and for the readers who got behind the raucous romp that is Burn the Orphanage. Plus—how fun are convenient one-shots jam-packed with quirky insights?” With delights culled from dozens of sketchbooks, and years of rare strips, the 40 page one-shot will also include several new stories that bridge show how an artist who was trapped in retail hell became one of Image Comics’ fledgling creators.

SELF-OBSESSED explores the brain of a cartoonist who is hilariously confused about many things in life: love, work, frenemies… with one exception: Sina Grace’s devotion to comics.

SELF-OBSESSED arrives in stores on 4/2, and will be available for $3.99.  It can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code: FEB140508.

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Yay! 

True Detective

nerdshed:

True Detective has captured my imagination in a way that very few things do. I admit to having a certain built-in interest to anything that examines the darkness inherent in human nature. That interest multiplies exponentially when you add the factors of rural America, religion, philosophy,…

2014 Signing Schedule

March 14-16, 2014 IN KANSAS CITY 

I’m a guest at Planet Comic Con. I won’t be at the show until 4PM Friday - but I will be there. 

APRIL 12, 2014 IN ANNAPOLIS, MD

To commemorate Deadpool’s marriage I’m signing with Mike Hawthorne and Black Widow’s Phil Noto - what?! That’s right. Now you have no excuse. Come see us at Third Eye Comics

April 25-27, 2014 IN CALGARY, CANADA

I’m a guest at Calgary Comic Expo.

MAY 17, 2014 IN CHICAGO, IL

I’m signing at First Aid Comics in Chicago’s Little Italy. 

JUNE 20-22, 2014 IN LAS VEGAS

I’m a guest at Amazing Las Vegas Con

JULY 23-27, 2014 IN SAN DIEGO, CA

There is no point in trying avoid the show. I’ll be there at least the weekend if not more. Everything about this show is TBD. I’ll be signing on site and probably off-site in some pubs. 

September 5-7, 2014 IN CINCINNATI, OH

I’m a guest of Cincy Comic Con

SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 ORBITAL COMICS IN LONDON

8 Great Newport Street
London WC2H 7JA

SEPTEMBER 27-28, 2014 IN DUBLIN, IRELAND

I’m a guest at D.I.C.E. EXPO. I couldn’t be more excited about this trip. There might be a single signing date in London before or after, I’ll update this page if that materializes. 

OCTOBER 10-12, 2O14 IN NEW YORK, NY

Assuming I am not fatally pint’ed to death in Dublin with Declan, Jordie and all my new Irish friends, I should be extradited back to the states in time for NYCC. I don’t know in what capacity I’ll be there, but I’ll have some times to sign at the very least. 

Not a joke: I’m not doing any conventions in 2015. Next year my son will have baseball and soccer games that I will want to attend, and it’s hard being away from my family so much. It’s probably a delight for them, but it’s hard on me, so fuck this. After New York in the fall, I’m on hiatus. Come see me sometime this year if you want. Thanks again for the support. 

A couple of new comics are going to be announced this year including two I’m already working on. Thanks for supporting me, and allowing me to do what I love for a living.

Cheers, 

Gerry

Marvel Comics On Sale February 19th:

First, funny guy Jeff Loveness loses his Marvel cherry in spectacular fashion in A+X 17. This issue will long be remembered for his arrival and it’s not just the penultimate chapter of my serial, but the second to last issue of the book, ever! I know that big word because I looked it up. Here’s a look at the penultimate issue. It’s such a great word! Congrats Jeff, his story pairs Iron Man with Broo. Fun stuff. 

Then, Christopher Yost & Marcus To reintroduce us to New Warriors. I’ve had the pleasure of reading ahead, and this book is fun as hell — it’s worth you dropping a book to make room for it on your pull list. (Just nothing I’m writing, please.) Here’s a preview

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It’s time to talk about me. Tomorrow Beta Ray Bill arrives in Nova 13, and it kicks off my first big cosmic arc. I’m thrilled that you guys get to finally enjoy it. It’s a perfect place to jump on if you’ve not been reading. My hope is to make you all fans of Sam Alexander. No lie - it’s worth it for the wonderful art. Check it out. Here’s a preview. Of everything I’m currently writing at the moment, I am enjoying writing Nova the most. I hope it shows, and you guys dig it. Bill and Sam start off on the wrong foot (Sam’s bad) and then they share an adventure that will hopefully leave Sam a smidge wiser…if he survives.

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Oh, and our award winning Marvel Infinite Comic is out today too.  (I hope someone gives it an award someday, or I’m going to feel dumb) Deadpool: The Gauntlet # 7 is live at Comixology and Marvel.com right now

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Just for fun, you can’t buy it or anything, but here’s a picture of me failing my Nova Corps physical. 

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Thanks for the reading, and I appreciate the support! 

Cheers,

Gerry 

PS - Buy Robinson & Kirk’s FF when it comes out too - you’re welcome!

PPS - Later this week I’ll be able to share a couple of short pieces that I directed. Thanks to some wonderful acting and clever editing, my shortcomings as a directer have been completely obscured! 

PPPS - Deadpool 24 drops next week, and it’s a doozy. Fair warning. Some big goings on in that one, including some small things that might be missed. Please enjoy! Or don’t, but don’t tweet anything shitty at me, and we’ll call it a day. 

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reillybrown:

I’ve got to say, I’ve really been blown away by the support I’ve been getting, along with, Gerry, Brian and the gang, for Deadpool: The Gauntlet. People really seem to like what we’re doing, and where the story’s heading, and they really seem to be responding to the digital format that we’ve been using here. In fact, the ONLY negative things I’ve seen about this comic come from people who haven’t even read it— usually because they’re upset that it’s not a traditional print comic. I know, I know, comics fans upset by something new? Who could have guessed?  Ever since I started working on POWER PLAY, one of the things I’ve been hearing A LOT is from people who said that they didn’t like reading comics digitally until they read my stuff and finally saw what the digital platform could really add— it’s not a gimmick, it’s not bells and wistles, it’s a new way of telling a story.  This continues to be the case with THE GAUNTLET. One of the things I see the most in reviews, and one of the things that I take the most pride in, is people saying that they never thought much of digital comics until they read this series.  People like it. People who didn’t think they’d like it realize that they do. So, if you’re one of those people who “don’t like reading things digitally,” “prefer a comic you can hold in your hand,” “think it’s just a gimmick,” whatever the excuse, just give it a try. Marvel couldn’t have made it easier for you, because they gave the first issue away as a free download for anyone who picked up the (also free) print version of the comic. You literally have nothing to lose. If you can’t track one of those down, at least check out this free preview of Power Play— http://www.comixology.com/Power-Play-0/digital-comic/12727 . I’ve learned a lot since doing that first issue, but it will at least give you a taste.  So don’t be afraid— no one’s going to hurt you! Give yourself the chance to add one more thing to the list of stuff that you like, and cross one more thing off the list of stuff that you don’t. Enjoy! After all, that’s what comics are all about!http://www.comixology.com/Deadpool-The-Gauntlet-Infinite-Comic/comics-series/14912

reillybrown:

I’ve got to say, I’ve really been blown away by the support I’ve been getting, along with, Gerry, Brian and the gang, for Deadpool: The Gauntlet. People really seem to like what we’re doing, and where the story’s heading, and they really seem to be responding to the digital format that we’ve been using here.
In fact, the ONLY negative things I’ve seen about this comic come from people who haven’t even read it— usually because they’re upset that it’s not a traditional print comic. I know, I know, comics fans upset by something new? Who could have guessed?

Ever since I started working on POWER PLAY, one of the things I’ve been hearing A LOT is from people who said that they didn’t like reading comics digitally until they read my stuff and finally saw what the digital platform could really add— it’s not a gimmick, it’s not bells and wistles, it’s a new way of telling a story.  This continues to be the case with THE GAUNTLET. One of the things I see the most in reviews, and one of the things that I take the most pride in, is people saying that they never thought much of digital comics until they read this series.

People like it. People who didn’t think they’d like it realize that they do.

So, if you’re one of those people who “don’t like reading things digitally,” “prefer a comic you can hold in your hand,” “think it’s just a gimmick,” whatever the excuse, just give it a try. Marvel couldn’t have made it easier for you, because they gave the first issue away as a free download for anyone who picked up the (also free) print version of the comic. You literally have nothing to lose.

If you can’t track one of those down, at least check out this free preview of Power Play— http://www.comixology.com/Power-Play-0/digital-comic/12727 . I’ve learned a lot since doing that first issue, but it will at least give you a taste.
So don’t be afraid— no one’s going to hurt you! Give yourself the chance to add one more thing to the list of stuff that you like, and cross one more thing off the list of stuff that you don’t.

Enjoy! After all, that’s what comics are all about!
http://www.comixology.com/Deadpool-The-Gauntlet-Infinite-Comic/comics-series/14912

(via jordandwhite)