Another week rolls passed and brings us more new titles, continuing titles and movie/TV trailers to taunt us until we get the chance to see them. There’s also a new competition started on the good ship Comics Anonymous
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Competition, David Mack, Frank Quitely, Kabuki, Superior
It’s that time again over at Comics Anonymous HQ – we’ve got more signed comics to giveaway and it’s just as easy as ever to give yourself a chance at these signed issues.
Filed under: Boom Studio Comics, Comic Reviews | Tags: Andrew Elder, Boom Studios, Elena Casagrande, Mike Carey, Suicide Risk, Tommy Lee Edwards
Boom Studios is another publisher outside of the big two that I tend to keep an eye on with my monthly previews scan and the latest from Mike Carey caught my eye thanks to that pretty sharp cover from Tommy Lee Edwards…..I added it to my list (along with the next few issues) and thought I’d give it a go. (more…)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Angels, Ben Templesmith, Demons, J. Michael Straczynski, Joe Fitzgerald, Ten Grand
With Image Comics seemingly having the ability to produce some of the most impressive and consistent titles in recent years, it’s no wonder that the pull-list has seen a fair share of their titles being added and the latest of these is Ten Grand.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Al Davidson, Andy Diggle, Bryan Talbot, Carlos Ezquerra, Charlie Adlard, David Hine, David Lloyd, Doug Braithwaite, Duncan Fegredo, Ed Brubaker, Gary Erskine, John Wagner, Kendal, Kurt Busiek, Sean Phillips, The Lakes
Another year and another Comic book event to look forward to as the latest festival pulls in some big name guests and will surely see fans old and new flocking to Kendal this October……and tickets go on sale this Monday (13th May 2013) – WOOHOO!!!! :D
Filed under: Features | Tags: Afterlife Inc., Comixology, Jon Lock, Kickstarter, Lifeblood
Following a successful kickstarter at the end of last year, Jon Lock has been planning and working away on the 3rd volume of his AfterLife creation, titled LIFEBLOOD.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Art Heroes, Daniel Clifford, Halcyon, Lee Robinson, Tenderfoot, The Halogen Man
A highlight of doing a Blog like Comics Anonymous is that we get to pickup titles from the indy/self-published scene in the UK with ease and Halcyon & Tenderfoot from Daniel Clifford & Lee Robinson is a perfect example of that.
Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Aldrich Killian, avengers, Ben Kingsley, Captain America, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Patriot, Iron-Man, Joss Whedon, Kenneth Brannagh, Mandarin, Pepper Potts, Thor
Phase Two of Marvels series of movies kicked off in a similar way to Phase One – with an Iron Man film and after some pretty impressive trailers and glimpses of The Mandarin and Pepper in the latest armour designed by Tony…..I was fairly hyped……enough to book tickets for a midnight showing.
It’s all go this week with some interesting titles kicking off, some finishing up, some movies on offer AND Free Comic Book Day 2013 to look forward to this Saturday – GOOD TIMES!
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Bryan Hitch, Dave Johnson, Frank Quitely, Image Comics, Jupiter's Legacy, Mark Millar, Peter Doherty, Phil Noto
The much talked about, much-hyped team-up of Mark Millar & Frank Quitely hits with #1 of this latest title from Image. Millar, Quitely AND Image – sounds like a winner before we open that issue but does the title deliver what we’d expect??