Category Archives: Stone Star

Talking Stone Star With Citywide Blackout

Max and I chatted with the Citywide Blackout podcast all about STONE STAR Season 2 – How we work together to develop the series, the fun of creating our own universe, and teasing big story developments coming up in future issues. Give it a listen!

Stone Star Season 2 #1 Reviews

Drop The Spotlight: “Exactly the kind of thing I look for in a comic book, a great story, well-written characters and dialogue, artwork that’s beautifully colored, I thoroughly enjoyed everything about this!”

Fanboy Factor: “Max Dunbar is outdoing his previous top-notch environment and action work in this new season, bringing in a whole new A-Game of visual interpretation. Together with Espen Grundetjern on colours and Marshall Dillon on lettering, this team is offering a fun, funky take on mechs, men, women, and beasts.”

Reading With a Flightring: “This is so charming and so well told that you can get lost in this world and left wishing you could explore the city itself.”

Stone Star Pin at SDCC 2019!

ComiXology has just revealed that as part of their exclusive content at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, they’ll have enamel pins based on various comiXology Originals series, including a pin of Durn, our effigy warrior-bot from Stone Star!

Can’t wait to get a few of these for myself. Such a cool little promotion.

Stone Star Interview on Hollywood Soapbox

Max and I spoke to Jon Soltes at Hollywood Soapbox all about developing Stone Star, our new creator-owned space-fantasy series. There’s lots of good info about how the series came about.

Comics Beat Interview: Marvel and More

I spoke at length with Matt O’Keefe at the Comics Beat all about launching Stone Star and my current Marvel projects. Lots of great info and insight here to read. Check it out.

Citywide Blackout Interview

I spoke to the gang at Citywide Blackout all about Stone Star, the new creator-owned space-fantasy series I’m working on with Max Dunbar. Give it a listen!

Stone Star #2 Reviews

Comic Book University: “This is an awesome book.”

Comic Watch: 8.6/10 “The dynamic artwork and superb world-building make Stone Star an incredibly fun read for anybody looking for a new series in the genre.”

Fanboy Factor: “I like Max Dunbar’s line art. It’s imaginative and descriptive without being overwrought with detail. Espen Grundetjern contributes heavy tonal colouring in the early pages of the issue but opens up the palate nicely with the breathtaking atmosphere of Quell-World.”

Modern Gafa: “The artwork beautifully brings us into a world that’s original and full of colorful aliens and the writing makes sure we want to stick around too.”

Nerdenthum: “The world is getting bigger and the prologue in this issue helps us to understand it much better. It’s an action packed and interesting world that is well illustrated.”

Stone Star Interview on Comicon.com

Max Dunbar and I spoke to Hannah Means Shannon at comicon.com all about Stone Star, our new creator-owned series on ComiXology. Check it out.

Stone Star #1 Reviews

Comic Book University: “Based on this first issue, I’m looking forward to more of this.”

Comic-Watch: 9/10 “Stone Star #1 is both strikingly familiar and stunningly fresh, making Jim Zub and Max Dunbar’s surprise release a pleasant surprise”

Convention Collective: “If you’re looking for a high action science fiction book with a lot of unique characters, you can’t go wrong with Stone Star.”

Fanboy Factor: “It’s a fun and invigorating read for a few reasons…There is a lot to discover in this first issue!”

Full Price for Late Pizza: “Stone Star really does bring something new to the table, something we’ve not seen before — from its characters, to its premise, to the refreshing take it has on an old trope, it really is a must for any comic-book enthusiast that has a love for science-fiction.”

Graphic Policy: 8/10 “…this first issue feels like a story that I want to spend some time with and a world I want to explore.”

Ironclad Press: “this is a fast-paced sci-fi adventure that quickly introduces a whole host of interesting characters and situations, drawing on the best sci-fi traditions to create a familiar but intriguing world for an adventure.”

Modern Gafa: “The artwork beautifully brings us into the world and the story makes sure we want to stick around.”

Nerdenthum: “The world is a fascinating mix of fantasy and sci-fi that works a bit differently than any I’ve seen before.”

Fanbase Press Talks Stone Star

Barbra Dillon from Fanbase Press spoke to Max Dunbar and I about Stone Star, space-fantasy, digital distribution, and more. Give it a read!