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Black Mask Studios

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Black Mask Studios
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationLos Angeles, California
DistributionSimon & Schuster (books),[1] Lunar Comics Distribution (comics),[2] Diamond Comic Distributors (comics)[3]
Key peopleMatt Pizzolo
Brett Gurewitz
Steve Niles
Publication typesComic books, books

Black Mask Studios is a comic book and graphic novel publishing company formed by Matt Pizzolo, Steve Niles and Brett Gurewitz, designed as a new infrastructure to support comic book creators and a new pipeline for transgressive art.[4][5]

Black Mask is known for the miniseries Elisa Romboli's Alice In Leatherland, Matthew Rosenberg's 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank, Magdalene Visaggio's Kim & Kim, Matt Miner's Liberator, Tini Howard's The Skeptics, Vita Ayala's The Wilds, Curt Pires's Mayday, Amancay Nahuelpan's Clandestino, Fabian Rangel Jr.'s Space Riders, and Kwanza Osajyefo's White.

Comic book writer Matthew Rosenberg, the writer of Uncanny X-Men and Batman whose first comic book 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank was published by BM, appeared on the Word Balloon podcast with John Siuntres and he said:

"There's going to be a moment in this industry when Matt Pizzolo is really viewed as one of the great eyes for talent. Up there with, I don't want to say up there with Karen Berger just to not throw myself in with that, but regarding the talent that came out of Black Mask versus other indie publishers: so many good people got their start there. Tini Howard's first creator owned book is at Black Mask. Vita Ayala's first creator owned book is at Black Mask. My first creator owned book is at Black Mask. Alexis Ziritt. So many people doing great work. Like Tony Patrick and Mags Visaggio. Curt Pires. Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler. All these people who are doing great, fascinating, cool books. All these people who are doing stuff that I love can point to Black Mask as that was the first door that was opened. I think in the history books Black Mask is not going to dominate sales anytime soon, but the eye for talent has been really impeccable."

Host John Siuntres agreed. "It's a great roster and responsible for a lot of the great new voices in comics."[6]

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On March 20, 2012, it was announced that Occupy Comics, the charity comic book inspired by and raising funds for Occupy Wall Street, organized by Pizzolo, would not be released through an existing comic book publisher, but through a new company called Black Mask Studios.[7]

Niles and Gurewitz joined with Pizzolo to found Black Mask, Niles noting "if V for Vendetta were created today there would be no publisher for it."[8][9] Pizzolo has explained that Black Mask will operate under the mottos "to create you must destroy" and "Inspire, never meddle".[10]

On June 12, 2012, Black Mask Studios opened its webstore and officially released Occupy Comics No. 1 with the announcement that Pulitzer Prize-winner Art Spiegelman, Bill Ayers, Ryan Alexander-Tanner, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Matt Bors had joined the book's roster.[11]

On September 17, 2012, the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Comics No. 2 was released to the project's Kickstarter backers and via the Black Mask Studios website. The cover featured a new and iconic illustration by V For Vendetta artist David Lloyd pitting his seminal character V against the Wall Street Charging Bull.[12]

Nearly a year later, on February 14, 2013, Black Mask Studios unveiled its first slate of comics with a two-pronged distribution strategy of supplying comics to traditional comic book shops as well as direct-to-fan through digital-physical hybrid subscriptions.[13]

The following year, in October 2014, Black Mask Studios announced its second slate of 15 new series, a major expansion for the company, flagshipped by Sinatoro from Grant Morrison and Vanesa Del Rey and Disciples from Steve Niles and Christopher Mitten.[14]

Black Mask Studios has since announced several non-comics productions: a TV adaptation of Five Ghosts by Frank Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham, executive produced by Pizzolo and Gurewitz for Syfy and Universal Cable Productions with a pilot by Evan Daugherty;[15] an animated feature film trilogy of Godkiller by Pizzolo, Anna Muckcracker Wieszczyk and Ben Templesmith,[16] a TV adaptation of The Disciples by Niles and Christopher Mitten at Universal Cable Productions,[17] a TV adaptation of Mayday at Imperative,[18] and an adaptation of Sinatoro by Grant Morrison and Vanesa Del Rey at Universal Television with a pilot by Heroes writers Adam Armus and Kay Foster, co-produced with Chris Weitz (Rogue One) and Paul Weitz (Mozart in the Jungle).[19] According to The Hollywood Reporter, Black Mask currently has 11 projects in development at studios.[20]

Warner Bros. Pictures announced that it is developing a feature film universe based on the comic book series BLACK set to be directed by Gerard McMurray (The First Purge, Burning Sands).[21] Sony Pictures Television announced that Black Mask is producing an animated series adaptation of the comic book series Faust set to be written by Matt Pizzolo (Godkiller).[22] Picturestart announced that it is developing a feature film based on the comic book series 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank set to be written by Matthew Robinson (Edge of Tomorrow, Rogue Squadron).[23]


The first slate of titles was scheduled to launch on May Day 2013 with Occupy Comics No. 1.[24]

The second slate of titles began debuting in late 2014 with new series scheduled to launch through mid-2015.[25]

The third slate of titles (dubbed Black Mask's Class Of 2016) debuted in Spring 2016.[26]

In May 2017, it was announced that Black Mask title Kim & Kim earned the company its first Eisner Award nomination.

Black Mask Studios announced in February 2017 that a new comic Calexit will be released in May 2017, which will be about the Pacific Coast Sister Cities Resistance in a California under martial law by the President of the United States set in an occupied Los Angeles.[27]

Year Title Author(s) Artist(s) Notes
2013 Occupy Comics Various Various
12 Reasons To Die Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon Various Created by Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah, producer Adrian Younge, and executive producer RZA[28]
Ballistic Adam Egypt Mortimer Darick Robertson, Diego Rodriguez
Liberator Matt Miner Javier Aranda, Joaquin Pereyra
2014 Toe Tag Riot Matt Miner Sean Von Gorman Featuring Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy.[29]
Godkiller Matt Pizzolo Anna Muckcracker Wieszczyk, Ben Templesmith (covers) Kirkus Reviews: Starred review, Best Books Of The Year List.[30] Diamond Comic Distributors: #1 on Advanced Reorder Charts.[31] Number of printings: 3.[32][33]
Godkiller: Walk Among Us Matt Pizzolo Anna Wieszczyk
Critical Hit Matt Miner Jonathan Brandon Sawyer
Pirouette Mark Miller Carlos Granda
Last Born Patrick Meaney Eric Zawadzki
2015 We Can Never Go Home Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon Josh Hood Diamond Comic Distributors Gem Award winner: Best Graphic Novel of the Year.[34] Number of printings: 3.[35][36]
Mayday Curt Pires Chris Peterson
Space Riders (volume 1) Fabian Rangel Jr. Alexis Ziritt Number of printings: 3.[37]
The Disciples Steve Niles Christopher Mitten Number of printings: 2.[38]
Transference Michael Moreci Ron Salas Number of printings: 2.[39]
Young Terrorists Matt Pizzolo Amancay Nahuelpan Publishers Weekly: Bestselling Indie Graphic Novel of the Year (#1 Mature Readers, #2 Marketwide).[40] Amazon #1 Bestseller.[41] Number of printings: 4.[42][43]
Clandestino Amancay Nahuelpan Amancay Nahuelpan Number of printings: 2.[44]
X'ed Tony Dreannan Ayhan Hayrula
2016 Jade Street Protection Services Katy Rex and Fabian Lelay Fabian Lelay, Mara Jayne Carpenter, Annie Wu (covers) Number of printings: 2.[45]
Kim & Kim Magdalene Visaggio Eva Cabrera, Claudia Aguirre, Tess Fowler and Devaki Neogi (covers) Eisner Award and GLAAD Media Award-nominated[46] Issue 1, First printing sales: 20,000. Number of printings: 2.[47]
BLACK Kwanza Osajyefo Jamal Igle, Khary Randolph (covers) Designed by Tim Smith III. Cover of The New York Times Arts Section.[48] Issue 1, First printing sales: 22,000. Number of printings: 2.[49]
The Skeptics Tini Howard Devaki Neogi, Jen Hickman Number of printings: 2.[50]
4 Kids Walk into A Bank Matthew Rosenberg Tyler Boss Acclaimed in The New York Times Book Review section.[51] Issue 1, First printing sales: 31,000.[52] Number of printings: 3.[53][54]
The Forevers Curt Pires Eric Pfeiffer
No Angel Eric Palicki and Adrianne Palicki Ari Syahrazad, Jean-Paul Csuka Number of printings: 2.[55]
2017 The Dregs Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler Eric Zawadzki Number of printings: 2.[56]
Space Riders: Galaxy of Brutality (volume 2) Fabian Rangel Jr Alexis Ziritt Number of printings: 2.[57]
Last Song Holly Interlandi Zoe Chevat
Beautiful Canvas Ryan K Lindsay Sami Kivela, Sami Kivela, Sami Kivela, Triona Farrell
Calexit Matteo Pizzolo Amancay Nahuelpan, Tyler Boss Publishers Weekly: Starred Review.[58] Amazon Bestseller.[59] Cover of The New York Times Arts Section.[60] Issue 1, First printing sales: 25,000.[61][62] Number of printings: 5.[63][64]
Gravetrancers M.L. Miller James Michael Whynot
Quantum Teens Are Go Magdalene Visaggio Eryk Donovan
There's Nothing There Patrick Kindlon Maria Llovet Number of printings: 2.[65]
2018 America's Sweetheart Kwanza Osajyefo Jennifer Johnson BLACK spin-off
The Wilds Vita Ayala Emily Pearson
Come Into Me Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler Piotr Kowalski
BLACK [AF]: Widows And Orphans Kwanza Osajyefo Tim Smith III BLACK spin-off
Breathless Pat Shand Renzo Rodriguez
BLACK [AF]: Devil's Dye Vita Ayala Liana Kangas, Maika Sozo BLACK spin-off
Devil Within Stephanie Phillips Maan House, Tula Lotay (cover) Number of printings: 2.[66]
Eternal Ryan K Lindsay Eric Zawadzki
Survival Fetish Patrick Kindlon Antonio Fuso
Sex Death Revolution Magdalene Visaggio Becca Farrow, Kasia Witerscheim, Kiki Jenkins (covers)
We Are The Danger Fabian Lelay Fabian Lelay
Calexit: All Systems San Diego Matteo Pizzolo Carlos Granda Calexit spin-off
2019 Space Riders: Vortex of Darkness (volume 3) Fabian Rangel Jr Alexis Ziritt
Snap Flash Hustle Pat Shand Emily Pearson Number of printings: 2.[67]
Lab Raider Matt Miner Creees Lee
Nobody Is In Control Patrick Kindlon Paul Tucker
2020 LOUD Maria Llovet Maria Llovet Number of printings: 3.[68]
2021 WHITE Kwanza Osajyefo Jamal Igle, Khary Randolph, Tim Smith, Derwin Roberson Sequel to BLACK. Issue 1, First printing sales: 40,000.[69] Number of printings: 3.[70]
Alice In Leatherland Iolanda Zanfardino Elisa Romboli, Elisa Romboli Amazon #1 Bestseller.[71] Number of printings: 3.[72][73]
Destiny, NY Pat Shand Jenn St-Onge, Elisa Romboli, Manuel Preitano, Rosi Kampe Number of printings: 2.[74][75]
Godkiller: Tomorrow's Ashes Matt Pizzolo Anna Wieszczyk, Jen Bartel and Tess Fowler (covers) Issue 1, First printing sales: Over 40,000.[76] Number of printings: 4.[77]
Everfrost Ryan K Lindsay Sami Kivela
2022 Godkiller: Spiderland Matt Pizzolo Anna Wieszczyk, Nen Chang (covers) Number of printings: 3.[78]
Hecate's Will Iolanda Zanfardino Iolanda Zanfardino
Calexit: Our Last Night In America Matteo Pizzolo Carlos Granda Calexit spin-off
Rogue State Matteo Pizzolo Chuck D, Soo Lee, Ashley A Woods, C. Granda (covers) Issue 1, First printing sales: Over 48,000.[79] Held five of the Top 12 spots on Comichron Advanced Reorder Charts.[80] Number of printings: 2.[81]
Gangster Ass Barista Conor Hughes Renzo Rodriguez, Elisa Romboli (covers)
2023 Godkiller: For Those I Love I Will Sacrifice Matt Pizzolo Anna Muckcracker
Destiny, NY: Mystic Mafia Pat Shand Elisa Romboli
Calexit: The Battle Of Universal City Matt Pizzolo Calexit spin-off
Don't Avert Your Eyes Patrick Kindlon Valentina Pinti, Simone Sellecchia, Andy Duggan, Kelsi Jo Silva, Lesley Leirix Li (cover), Maria Llovet (cover) There's Nothing There spin-off
Faust: Love of the Damned David Quinn Tim Vigil, Tim Tyler, Tom Brunton, Augie Pagan
Leaded Gasoline Patrick Kindlon Lorenzo Re


Title Author(s) Artist(s) Notes
Sinatoro Grant Morrison Vanesa del Rey Announced in 2014[82]
Our Work Fills The Pews Vita Wong and Matthew Rosenberg Yasmin Liang Announced in 2016,[83] "retooling" as of 2019[84]
Run for the Shadows J.M. DeMatteis and Matt Pizzolo Josh Hood Announced in 2016[85]
We Can Never Go Home (volume 2) Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon Josh Hood [86]


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