Morning Links: ECCC Edition / by Patrick Smith

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The Emerald City Comic Con has come and gone and left a slew of news in its wake:

Reissues | Oni Press announced that they will be reissuing Bryan Lee O'Malley's hugely acclaimed Scott Pilgrim series as full color hardcovers.  [via Comics Alliance]

Interviews| Brian Wood discusses his upcoming series The Massive and how each issue will have bonus content that helps flesh out the world of the book. [via Comic Book Resources]

Omnibus|  Rick Remender revealed that his creator-owned series Fear Agent will be fully collected in two deluxe hardcover editions containing three volumes each. The series was illustrated by Tony Moore and Jerome Opena. [via iFanboy]

New Series | After a series of teasers, Image Comics formally announced new series Revival by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton. The book is touted as a Supernatural Rural Noir and comes with a pretty incredible cover by Craig Thompson. [via Comic Book Resources]

Bucko | Dark Horse Comics will be releasing the print edition of Jeff Parker and Erica Moen's webcomic Bucko. [via Comics Alliance]

Tony Harris| The Ex Machina artist has two long gestating projects primed to come out. First up, Image will be releasing Roundeye, a book that went through two iterations on Kickstarter and eventually lead to successful funding of the project. The second will be The Further Adventures of the Whistling Skull, a pulp book originally slated to be released by Wild Storm but now looks like it will be coming out of DC Comics. Despite that, it still appears to be a creator-owned book with no ties to the larger DC Universe. [via Robot 6 and Multiversity Comics]

Colder | Dark Horse announced that it will be publishing a new horror/crime series by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra called Colder.  The series revolves around a man who's body temperature is at a constant low and has unknown ties to a insane asylum going back to the 1940s, which is odd given that the man doesn't look a day over thirty. [via i09] Penny Arcade | Oni Press has secured the publishing rights for collected editions of the massively popular webcomic Penny Arcade. The relationship will begin with the strips eighth volume Magical Kids in Danger. [via Robot 6]

Godzilla | Although not specifically ECCC news, IDW revealed that they will be launching a new Godzilla miniseries written and illustrated by Wonton Soup and Orc Stain creator James Stokoe. [via Comics Alliance]

iZombie | Vertigo revealed that their current series iZombie will be ending with issue #28 in August. [Via Bleeding Cool]