Becky Cloonan is an American comic book artist and creator known for her manga-influenced artwork. Her first major comics work came when she teamed with writer Brian Wood to create Channel Zero: Jennie One. However, she is best-known for her second collaboration with Wood, DEMO, a 12-issue limited series that was named "Indie of the Year" by Wizard Magazine in 2004 and nominated for two Eisner Awards including Best Limited Series. In 2009 Cloonan and Wood expanded DEMO and re-published it through DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint. Cloonan's first solo graphic novel, East Coast Rising Volume 1, earned her a third Eisner Award nomination for Best New Series. Her other work for DC Comics includes AMERICAN VIRGIN, co-created with writer Steven T. Seagle, and NORTHLANDERS for Vertigo as well as issues of BATMAN and SWAMP THING.
New York City, late 1970s. In the world of THE KITCHEN, the Irish gangs of Hell’s Kitchen rule the neighborhood, bringing terror to the streets and doing the dirty work for the...
THE KITCHEN #7
Kath, Raven, Angie and Tommy hunt a desperate Jimmy after his failed attempt to take back control of Hell’s Kitchen.
THE KITCHEN #5
As their husbands make their presence known back on the streets of New York City, Kath, Raven and Angie solidify their relationship with Gargano.
The Roundup: Jim Lee and Scott Snyder's Super Finale
Today, America votes, but tomorrow, the entire world reads. That’s because Wednesday brings us the super-sized, action-packed, jaw-dropping spectacle that is the final...
THE KITCHEN #8
It’s the senses-shattering conclusion to one of the most talked-about Vertigo series in years!
THE KITCHEN #6
The violence escalates in THE KITCHEN as Tommy puts his full support behind the girls in the only way he knows how: with a baseball bat and a hammer!
THE KITCHEN #4
It’s the day Kath, Raven and Angie have been dreading: their husbands are released from prison, and they’re not happy with their wives’ new careers.
THE KITCHEN #3
Kath and Raven continue to solidify their bloody hold over the rackets of Hell’s Kitchen, and we get a glimpse into their childhood – and what it was like being rival siblings of the