Filed under: Events | Tags: Alan Grant, BHP, Declan Shalvey, Jim Alexander, Jordie Bellaire, Leo Manco, Moon Knight, Something Bloody Awesome, The Bogie Man, Will Pickering
The 12th & 13th of April saw Hero Conventions bring us the first (and hopefully not the last) Something Bloody Awesome Comic Con in Edinburgh.
New short animation from Bruce Timm celebrates the 75th Anniversary of DC’s Dark Knight and it’s a doozy. Moody, old school black and white sees Batman take on those pesky criminals head-on like we’d expect.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dan Thompson, Ivanna Matilla, Moon, Ray Barton, Shades Rodriguez, Steve Penfold, The Agency
A recent title I picked up on my comic con travels was this Indie by Dan Thompson & Steve Penfold……and from that front cover…….it looked to be a fairly wacky idea they had with their main character having a moon for his head.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alex, All-ages, Jack Davies, Jacob Boniface
I love me some indie books but there’s something particularly special about an all-ages book – the task of appealing to young & old alike has always seemed to be such a fine art with those that achieve it being instantly memorable.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, IDW Comics | Tags: Damien Worm, Frankenstein's Monster, IDW, Monster and Madman, Steve Niles
After being suitably impressed by issue #1 of this title from creative team of Steve Niles and Damien Worm I was eager to get my hands on this second issue and see what they had in store for the unlikely pairing of Frankenstein’s Monster and Jack the Ripper.
Filed under: Titan Comics | Tags: Clint Magazine, Death Sentence, G-Plus, Mike Dowling, Monty, Montynero, Titan Comics, Verity, Weasel
WAAAAAAYYYYY back in November 2011 we met Monynero at Dundee comic day and got hold of a preview issue of his title Death Sentence (#1 review here) and since then there’s been a few things happen with the title.
Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Black Widow, Captain America, Chris Evans, HYDRA, Nick Fury, Robert Redford, S.H.I.E.L.D., Samuel L. Jackson, The Falcon, Winter Soldier
Phase 2 of Marvel’s movie releases sees the return of Captain America (Chris Evans) in what would hopefully become another high point in the series (Spoiler alert!)
Filed under: Features | Tags: Afterlife Inc., Book of Life, Jon Lock, Kickstarter, LSCC
Today Jon Lock begins his Kickstarter campaign to bring us The Book of Life which collects volume 1, 2 & 3 of his impressive Afterlife Inc. creation……and having seen the first copy of it at last months London Super Comic Con…..it’s fair to say it’s well worth it.