Jamie McKelvie

Sep 19 2014
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Baal in the 4th issue of The Wicked + The Divine. Art by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson.

 Unfortunately a production slip-up meant we left a credit off the book this month. Nathan Fairbairn coloured the mural in pages 1 and 2. We thought it’d be cool to try, and it worked out better than I could have hoped. 

sally-shears:

Baal in the 4th issue of The Wicked + The Divine. Art by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson.

 Unfortunately a production slip-up meant we left a credit off the book this month. Nathan Fairbairn coloured the mural in pages 1 and 2. We thought it’d be cool to try, and it worked out better than I could have hoped. 

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Nathan Fairbairn on Jamie McKelvie’s pencils in The Wicked + The Divine #4

Nathan Fairbairn on Jamie McKelvie’s pencils in The Wicked + The Divine #4

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Sep 17 2014

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Sep 16 2014
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The second arc of Gillen and McKelvie’s hit series will arrive in time to shake up your December“A glorious new comic series about death, creativity and pop.” —Pitchfork  THE WICKED + THE DIVINE, the white-hot new series by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie about gods being briefly reincarnated as pop stars before dying, drew crowds of worshippers and is heading into a thrilling new story arc that will leave fans shocked and breathless. With each issue of the first arc flying off the shelves at record speed, this new story arc promises an even higher degree of electrifying story this December.The Faust Act is over. Welcome to Fandemonium. The second arc of THE WICKED + THE DIVINE begins with issue #6 in its traditional manner (i.e. a ludicrous pun) and something like “nothing will ever be the same again.” But if you think about it, you can say that about literally everything, ever. Also, some comic story. Probably.Writer Gillen remained coy about the second arc’s plot twists, but hinted that each issue would pack a punch readers wouldn’t see coming. “With the first arc, we wanted an intense, classic comics’ build, rising towards the fifth issue as this big, earthquake-sized heart-attack climax,” said Gillen. “Our second arc—FANDEMONIUM—is different. It’s a line of chasers on the bar, each a micro-nuke cocktail, served with a wink and distilled for concentrated effect. The first arc was a week or so in the gods’ two-year lives. In the second arc, each issue is separated by a whole month and focuses around a single gathering of fans. Time’s running out. Time’s always running out.”THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #6 arrives in stores this 12/17 and can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code OCT140611. 

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The second arc of Gillen and McKelvie’s hit series will arrive in time to shake up your December

“A glorious new comic series about death, creativity and pop.” —Pitchfork 
 
THE WICKED + THE DIVINE, the white-hot new series by writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie about gods being briefly reincarnated as pop stars before dying, drew crowds of worshippers and is heading into a thrilling new story arc that will leave fans shocked and breathless. With each issue of the first arc flying off the shelves at record speed, this new story arc promises an even higher degree of electrifying story this December.

The Faust Act is over. Welcome to Fandemonium. The second arc of THE WICKED + THE DIVINE begins with issue #6 in its traditional manner (i.e. a ludicrous pun) and something like “nothing will ever be the same again.” But if you think about it, you can say that about literally everything, ever. Also, some comic story. Probably.

Writer Gillen remained coy about the second arc’s plot twists, but hinted that each issue would pack a punch readers wouldn’t see coming. “With the first arc, we wanted an intense, classic comics’ build, rising towards the fifth issue as this big, earthquake-sized heart-attack climax,” said Gillen. “Our second arc—FANDEMONIUM—is different. It’s a line of chasers on the bar, each a micro-nuke cocktail, served with a wink and distilled for concentrated effect. The first arc was a week or so in the gods’ two-year lives. In the second arc, each issue is separated by a whole month and focuses around a single gathering of fans. Time’s running out. Time’s always running out.”

THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #6 arrives in stores this 12/17 and can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code OCT140611. 

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Sep 13 2014

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Most artists take their invitation to DJ for Boiler Room very seriously. Then there is Grimes. The Boiler Room hit Ibiza today for a party at influential electronic artist/DJ Richie Hawtin’s house, and Grimes was present to provide music for an hour. Instead of digging for some deep cuts and giving the people what they want, Grimes took a very different route.

Her set included Taylor Swift, Daddy Yankee, Venga Boys, and, of course, Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas is You.” She played the music off of her iPod.

My beautiful queen

What’s that you say? “Grimes is the greatest”? Why yes, you are quite right.

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Sep 11 2014

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Sep 10 2014

bartoszglowacki said: While reading your comics it is clearly visible that you're a Kate Bush fan. Have you already went to one of her London concerts or you're planning to? If yes, I would love to read your thoughts. If not, I'm really sorry I've mentioned that topic and scratched a wound ;)

kierongillen:

Jamie went last night.

I’m going before the end.

I’m sort of on a media blackout on it, which is kinda painful. A lot of my favourite writers have done pieces on it, and I do want to dive in.

I read Pete Paphides’ and Simon Price’s before bed last night, once I’d been to the gig, both excellent, though Pete’s comes closest to capturing the feeling of being there. “Gig” really sells it short. Best concert of my life.

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Sep 05 2014
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Amaterasu (The Wicked + The Divine, Image Comics)
Cosplay/makeup: Ricochet CosplayPhoto: Adam Patrick Murray

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Amaterasu (The Wicked + The Divine, Image Comics)

Cosplay/makeup: Ricochet Cosplay
Photo: Adam Patrick Murray

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