Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Hearted Press, Dex, Gary Chudleigh, Glasgow Comic Con, Mackie, Miranda, Talking Dog, Tanya Roberts
Released a couple of weeks back at Glasgow Comic Con – the first issue of Gary Chudleigh & Tanya Roberts Plagued: The Miranda Chronicles found it’s home among the Black Hearted Press titles on offer and after seeing brief glimpses of the artwork online this was a small press title I wasn’t going to miss.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Dead Canary Comics, Earl's Court, Edward James Olmos, Howard Chaykin, Jamie Bamber, Jim Alexander, Josh Sherwell, LFCC, Lou Scannon, Mike Garley, Rachael Smith, Robert Hays, Stan Lee, The Kill Screen, True Believers Comic Awards
Last weekend (11th-13th July) saw the annual London Film and Comic Con hit – a new con for me to attend but one that had me hyped with the guests in attendance and possibility of a weekend to remember.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Ian Churchill, Josh Sherwell, LFCC, Mike Garley, Mike Stock, The Kill Screen
Having recently read (and reviewed) a preview copy of The Kill Screen from Mike Garley (Writer) Josh Sherwell (Artist) & Mike Stock (Letter) it’s always good to get the chance to catch up with them in person as I will do at LFCC this coming weekend.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Alan Grant, Black Hearted Press, CCA, Colin Bell, Colin MacNeil, Erik Larsen, Frank Quitely, Gail Simone, Garry Mac, Gary Chudleigh, Gary Kelly, Glasgow Comic Con, Howard Chaykin, John Lees, John Wagner, Peter Milligan, SICBA, Tanya Roberts, Team Girl Comic
Saturday & Sunday saw Glasgow Comic Con kick-off the summer of comics for me and while the sun shone for the whole weekend (minus a few minor downpours that soon dried up) the guests, comics and cosplayers were all in attendance.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Colin Bell, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Glasgow Comic Con, LFCC, Neil Slorance, SICBA, True Believers Comic Awards
A weekend of comics, cosplay and sunshine included the annual SICBA awards as part of Glasgow Comic Con 2014 and there was one clear winner that swept the board….Dungeon Fun (reviewed here – #1 & #2).
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: House Party, I Am Fire, LFCC, Michelle, Neil, Rachael Smith, Siobhan
After reading I Am Fire (reviewed here) I was hyped to get my hands on a copy of Rachael Smith’s latest release in her House Party graphic novel.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Alan Grant, And Then Emily Was Gone, Beginners Guide to Being Outside, Black Hearted Press, City of Lost Souls, Crawl Hole, Crossing Borders, Dogooder Comics, Garry Mac, Gary Chudleigh, Gill Hatcher, Glasgow Comic Con, Heather Ale, Jimmy Devlin, John Lees, John Wagner, Moogs Kewell, Neil Slorance, Owen Michael Johnson, Plagued:The Miranda Chronicles, Saltire, SICBA, Stephen Sutherland, Tanya Roberts, Team Girl Comic, The Standard, Unthank Comics
It’s just a few days until the Glasgow Comic Con on the 5th & 6th of July and their’s no better way to truly start the summer than in the midst of a con that’s built up a significant following in it’s last few years, stretched to a 2-day event and now spread it’s guests, panels & dealers across three venues……a local highlight of my year and one that I’m hoping continues to go from strength to strength.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Colin Bell, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Fun Mudlifter, Glasgow Comic Con, Neil Slorance
Following a strong opener in issue #1 (reviewed here) and my head nearly exploding with some preview images recently released (preview here) I got my chance to sit down and read issue #2 ahead of it’s launch at this year’s Glasgow Comic Con (5th & 6th July).
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dogooder Comics, Glasgow Comic Con, Owen Michael Johnson, Raygun Roads, Reel Love
The latest release from Dogooder Comics sees writer Owen Michael Johnson (Raygun Roads) bring us a personal story of first time experiences of the cinema where the vastness of the screen, the escapism of the characters and the obsessive awe that gets sparked with this element of pop culture for almost every generation since movies began.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Big in Japan, Crossing Borders, Glasgow Comic Con, Moogs Kewell, SICBA
After recently catching up on Moogs Kewell’s SICBA awards winning Big In Japan (reviewed here) I was straight onto ordering her latest release Crossing Borders which has got 2 nominations in this years SICBA’s.