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: 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.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Allspark.com, Kris Carter, The Samaritans, Transformer
The Comics Anonymous gang love a good comic but then we also love a good cause too……but which is best??? How’s about a project that mixes the two??? Sound perfect.
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.
Here we have the last of our Highlights of 2013……and who could forget this recent story that hit the headlines…..Bat-Kid.
In recent years we’ve had more than our fair share of “events” from the big two and the unfortunate thing is that most have promised so much and delivered very little as they either fizzle out or never really hit the mark. That was until Infinity came along from Marvel…..
While this 8-parter started back in 2012 and quickly impressed with its initial issues – it went from strength to strength in 2013 and gave us a classic, must-read Daredevil story (See reviews #1, #2, #3-5, #6-8)
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2013, David Aja, hawkeye, Matt Fraction
One of the most consistent titles out just now has been Hawkeye by Matt Fraction and David Aja (and many other guest artists).
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2013, Scott Snyder, Sean Gordon Murphy, The Wake
The Wake by Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy takes us into the mysterious depths of the ocean and serves up what initially appeared to be a tale of man taking over another part of the earth.