Posts tagged with "David Cutler"

Kyle Charles for use by 360 MAGAZINE


Marvel’s most noteworthy and groundbreaking indigenous creators and characters are under the spotlight in the awaited MARVEL’S VOICES: HERITAGE #1. Multiple Indigenous writers and artists join on the project consisting of four separate stories. Through these stories, the past, present and future of the Marvel Universe are showcased, starring the most incredible Indigenous superheroes.

Catch a sneak peak at MARVEL’S VOICES: HERITAGE #1 HERE.

Through the four stories told in MARVEL’S VOICES: HERITAGE #1 come an array of remarkable artists, filmmakers and writers. First off, the New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Roanhorse and Navajo artist Shaun Beyale join forces in the journey of River; the concealed character from Rebecca Roanhorse’s new PHOENIX SONG: ECHO series. Follow along Snowguard’s tale produced by filmmaker Nyla Innuksuk and artist Natasha Donovan. The classic story of Navajo superhero Jason Strongbow aka American Eagle is told through the eyes of writer Steven Paul Judd and artist David Cutler. Something special in store for X-Men fans; Dani Moonstar, Forge, Warpath, Greycrow and Risque work together in a showstopping story by Jim Terry.

You can find MARVEL’S VOICES: HERITAGE #1 digitally or at your local comic shop TODAY!

About Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media for over eighty years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing, publishing, games, and digital media.

Darkhold Wasp Cover Artwork from Anthony Blackwood, Marvel Entertainment for use by 360 Magazine


The madness of the Darkhold will be unleashed on the Marvel Universe this fall beginning in DARKHOLD ALPHA #1! In this highly anticipated mystical saga, five heroes—IRON MAN, BLADE, WASP, BLACK BOLT, and SPIDER-MAN—will be recruited by Scarlet Witch to travel to Chthon’s dimension to stop him before he can invade Earth. But in order to survive there, each hero must first read from the Darkhold and let themselves be driven insane, leading to twisted new versions of themselves! These mind-melting adventures will unfold over a series of exciting character-focused one-shots including November’s DARKHOLD: WASP and DARKHOLD: BLACK BOLT!

Renowned colorist and writer Jordie Bellaire makes her Marvel Comics writing debut alongside rising star artist Claire Roe for a story that will make you shrink in fear in DARKHOLD: WASP! Scarlet Witch chose Janet Van Dyne for her ingenuity and strength, will she prove to be the lynchpin in the coming battle against Chthon or will she be consumed by darkness? After reading the Darkhold, Wasp’s entire life is subject to question but she has the power to reclaim her story…and fight back.

Critically acclaimed writer Mark Russell teams up with sensational artist David Cutler to brings you a scream-worthy story that will break an empire in DARKHOLD: BLACK BOLT! Black Bolt’s mighty voice is his greatest gift…and since childhood, it has been his greatest curse. Black Bolt thought he was signing up for a battle befitting a king but after reading from the Darkhold, he’ll discover the true battlefield will be his own mind.

“As a writer, it’s a joy to get to write a character who spends even more time inside their own head than you do,” Russell said. “So Black Bolt is a writer’s dream character and when I heard which other creators were involved with the series, I was totally on board, like someone who’d unwittingly bought a house in a really great neighborhood.”

Check out the covers for DARKHOLD: WASP and DARKHOLD: BLACK BOLT as well as Cian Tormey’s new “defiled designs” and enter the Darkhold if you dare when this strange and terrifying saga begins in September! For more information, visit Marvel.


Written by Steve Orlando

Art by Cian Tormey

Cover by Greg Smallwood (Apr200834)

Scarlet Witch Cover by Greg Smallwood (Apr200835)

On Sale 9/22


Written by Ryan North

Art by Guillermo Sanna

Cover by Valerio Giangiordano

On Sale 10/13!


Written by Daniel Kibblesmith

Art by Tba

Cover by Juan Ferreyra

On Sale 10/27!


Written by Jordie Bellaire

Art by Claire Roe

Cover by Paul Renaud

On Sale 11/10!


Written by Mark Russell

Art by David Cutler

Cover by Travel Foreman

On Sale 11/24!

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About Marvel Entertainment

Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media for over eighty years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing, publishing, games, and digital media. For more information visit Marvel. © 2021 MARVEL

The Lesson GK Release Debut Album

The Lesson GK, a diverse multi-instrumental collective that have become a legendary staple over the course of their 7 year residency performing in New York City, have released their debut full-length album Another World, on Jammcard Records.

Earlier this month, The Lesson GK gave listeners their first glimpse of what is bound to be the underground hit of the summer, with the single “Boogie” featuring the hip-hop legend DJ Premier.

The Lesson GK started out as a passion project for renowned drummer Lenny “The Ox” Reece, who grew up performing in the church and wanted to start a band that would be composed of true artists who cared about the music and creating a space to connect with a live audience in a genuine way. “The Lesson,” Lenny decided, would be to find people of diverse backgrounds with a common love for music, who could learn to get along and jam together. Determined, Lenny found his people, and the improvisational jams started with a weekly jam session in 2012, which has since become the cornerstone of the NYC underground hip hop scene. Each member comes from a different upbringing, a different race, a different vibe and together they’ve built something that transcends all the things that have pulled the world apart as of late. With their unparalleled stadium-ready sound, The Lesson GK have created a unifying example of how people should act, and how music should feel.

“Music is a reflection of comradery,” says Lenny, and The Lesson GK is precisely that. They rely on each other and have found success in their group equilibrium as players. “Watever our weakness is, we rely on each other’s strengths.”

The band’s secondary name “Gentei Kaijo” (Japanese for “limitation cancellation”) perfectly captures the ethos of the fully improvised experimental hip-hop, jazz, R&B, funk and progressive soul experience that proudly challenges both the artists and the crowd to become the best version of themselves by taking notice of their neighbor  regardless of cultural background, race, occupation and orientation  and learning about them in a space that fosters family.

Their mantra? Community. Magic. Life changing. Church. Home.

Fans have been asking for an album to take home for ages, but the band didn’t want to rush it. Now, with the release of Another World, the time finally felt right to take production from the stage to the studio, in a way that was most authentic for the group.

“Usually people write a song, compose it, record, then figure out how to get it live but we do it live first,” Explains Lenny of their process. “We tricked ourselves into making an album. We all care so much about what happens – we’re all best friends – this is our passion project. Sometimes caring so much can be a hindrance, so we started with making a beat tape to set low stakes, but we tricked ourselves into making a tape that came ultimately together into an album.”

The care, the heart, the community can be fully heard on The Lesson GK’s new music. It’s the perfect sound for summer and an anthem for modern times.