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.
After the 2012 release of Dredd (one of the BEST comic book movie in years…..well I think so) our hopes for a follow-up were shot down in a wave of hi-ex fire……but that was eased slightly this year with the Judge Minty Fan Film.
If like me, you’ll have a collection of signed comics with some variants and some standard covers mixed in for good measure and they’ll probably be all bagged & boarded and in a box……and that last part has been a real tough one to get around until recently.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Alan Davis, Andy Lanning, Arthur Adams, Brian Wood, Charlie Adlard, Chris Weston, Chrissie Zullo, Dan Slott, Frank Cho, Gary Frank, Howard Chaykin, Ian Churchill, Jacen Burrows, Jamie Tyndall, JK Woodward, John Layman, John Watson, Joyce Chin, Katie Cook, Lee Garbett, LSCC 2014, Mark Buckingham, Mark Farmer, Max Brooks, Mike Collins, Neil Edwards, Roger Langridge, Sean Phillips, Tom Palmer, Yanick Paquette
It’s about 3 months until London Super Comic Con in March 2014 and I thought I’d take a quick look at who’s been announced for this year’s event……maybe even a quick look at some of the other things I’ll be keeping an eye out for at next year’s event.
July saw the annual Glasgow Comic Con take place in a weekend of sunshine, beer and comics……fun times for all and another sell-out.
Filed under: Features | Tags: 300: Rise of the Empire, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain America2 : The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Hercules, I' Frankenstein, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, X-Men: Days of Futures Past
As 2013 draws to a close we’re at that stage where we can start looking ahead to the comic book movies coming our way in 2014….
When I first had a go at reading The Walking Dead, I just couldn’t get into the flow of the title…..but something that helped that was the TV series.