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.
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: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Art Adams, Charlie Adlard, Dan Slott, Fiona Watson Photography, Frank Cho, Gary Frank, Howard Chaykin, Jon Lock, Jonathan Ross, Lou Scannon, LSCC 2014, Peter David, Revenge, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man 2099, Superior Spider-Man
With the flashbacks of last year’s bus journey to London for LSCC, I’m pleased to say that Comics Anonymous, comprising me and our official photographer (My wife Fiona), had the train/hotel organized well in advance. The process for press passes may have become more involved with a formal application but we were lucky enough to receive two for the event and last weekend (15th & 16th March) saw the event kick-off the con calendar in style.