It’s possible you’ll know Jacob Edgar for drawing the Dying To the Military of Darkness collection from Dynamite, as effectively for Vampirella, Pink Sonja, Dejah Thoris and extra, together with his creator-owned comedian Implausible Bandits with Nate Crosby. Properly, it seems that he could also be coming to Darkish Horse Comicstoo, with a brand new creator-owned comedian with Brian Bendis. Jacob Edgar tweeted out; “Sneak peek on the upcoming challenge from me, @BRIANMBENDIS and @DarkHorseComics What might it’s??? 🤔🤐”
Brian Bendis tweeted in reply “on reflection, I ought to have included panel descriptions. #jinxworld @DarkHorseComics #creatorowned” including om his Substack “And that is not even Thursday’s announcement! That is proper. There’s an announcement on Thursday!”.
In early August final yr, Bleeding Cool scored the information that Brian Bendis’ creator-owned comics below the Jinxworld banner had left DC Comics however would return with a brand new writer. That writer is Darkish Horse Comics, with a brand new collection Pleasure Operations by Bendis and Stephen Byrne, who he labored with at DC on Surprise Twins. Numerous different collection have returned and been republished. However from this there are at the least two new collection for Bendis to announce, one on Thursday and one other with Jacob Edgar.
In 2017, when Brian Bendis left Marvel Comics for a DC Comics unique deal, folks questioned concerning the creator-owned comics that Brian revealed by Marvel’s Icon imprint Powers, Sensible, Scarlet, Takio and The USA Of Homicide, Inc, and the like. Then in November 2017, all of the Icon books had been pulled off of digital providers ComiXology and Amazon’s Kindle. Those that had already purchased digital copies might nonetheless learn them, however no new gross sales might be made. Then DC Comics added all of the Brian Bendis creator-owned books to their very own listings on ComiXology, Kindle, and different providers, with some new collection reminiscent of Pearl and Cowl. In January final yr, Bleeding Cool scooped the information that Brian Bendis was not unique at DC Comics – although he was nonetheless working at DC Comics with Justice League and Checkmate. However consequently, ComiXology dropped these Brian Bendis titles from DC as effectively. Pearl and Cowl, which each originated at DC Comics had been nonetheless on ComiXology below “Jinxworld”. However not one of the others. Most had been listed on Amazon below Jinxworld, with DC Comics within the description. On the time we requested “will it’s a return to Picture Comics for Jinxworld? Growth? IDW? Dynamite? Darkish Horse? These are mainly… the one potentialities.” And it was, certainly, the final one.