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: Comic Reviews, Millarworld Comics | Tags: Captain Duke McQueen, Goran Parlov, Mark Millar, Millarworld, Starlight
Billed as the title that “launches the Millarworld Universe” it was always going to be an intriguing title to get hold of – from the mind that brought us Kick-Ass, The Secret Service and more we see Mark Millar bring us old school adventure…….but could this truly be the start of something bigger.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alien, Delia Awesome, Michael Schneider, Rick, Spaghetti the Dog
With a title that includes the word “Awesome” it was pretty clear that this title was aiming high but why the hell not?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, IDW Comics | Tags: Ben Templesmith, Damien Worm, Frankenstein's Monster, IDW, Jack the Ripper, Menton3, Steve Niles
The latest release from IDW sees Steve Niles merge two well known characters in issue #1 of Monster & Madman. Billed as a “secret history of Jack the Ripper and Frankenstein’s Monster” the mere mention of Niles’ name on this had me pretty sure it was going to be on my pull list.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Ian Churchill, Jonathan Ross, Revenge, The Revenger
The first in a new mini-series coming from Image Comics sees Jonathan Ross team-up with Ian Churchill to bring us a story of fame, celebrity and revenge (Well duh??)
Filed under: Competitions, Features, Marvel Comics | Tags: Chess Collection, Eaglemoss, marvel, Spider-Man
A new fortnightly chess collection from Eaglemoss sees a who’s who of Marvel heroes and villains face-off on that 8 by 8 grid.