Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Competition, David Mack, Frank Quitely, Kabuki, Superior
It’s that time again over at Comics Anonymous HQ – we’ve got more signed comics to giveaway and it’s just as easy as ever to give yourself a chance at these signed issues.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Bryan Hitch, Dave Johnson, Frank Quitely, Image Comics, Jupiter's Legacy, Mark Millar, Peter Doherty, Phil Noto
The much talked about, much-hyped team-up of Mark Millar & Frank Quitely hits with #1 of this latest title from Image. Millar, Quitely AND Image – sounds like a winner before we open that issue but does the title deliver what we’d expect??
Filed under: Events | Tags: Cameron Stewart, Dundee Comics Day, Frank Quitely, Frazer Irving, Grant Morrison, Multiversity, Peter Doherty, Rian Hughes, Wonder Woman
Sunday the 28th of October saw the Dundee Literary Festival with its regular Comic themed day but with a clear focus on one person in particular – Grant Morrison.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Charlie Adlard, Duncan Fegrado, Forbidden Planet Glasgow, Frank Quitely, Glasgow Film Festival, Image Comics, Mark Millar, Robert Kirman, Sean Murphy, Sean Phillips, The Passenger, The Walking Dead, Tommy Lee Edwards, Tony Moore
A few weeks ago Forbidden Planet in Glasgow played host to British comic artist Charlie Adlard, best known for his current run on The Walking Dead with Robert Kirkman. This was an opportunity that the Comics Anon team couldn’t let slip by without catching up with him and getting the chance to ask a few questions.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Frank Quitely, Glasgow Film Festival, John McShane, Jupiter's Children, Mark Millar
For a second year running, Mark Millar has been in charge of the comics themed section of the Glasgow Film festival, leading to various Q&A sessions, workshops and screenings of comic-themed films. Comics Anonymous popped along to a couple of the Q&As this year, starting with the head honcho himself, joined by his friend and collaborator Frank Quitely.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Frank Quitely, Grant Morrison, Jupiter's Child, Mark Millar, Pax-Americana, Red Hot Comics, Robert Crumb
At the tail end of last year we were lucky enough to catch up with Frank Quitely during a signing at Comics Anonymous’s comic book shop of choice – Red Hot Comics. The store was celebrating it’s 20th anniversary, so what better way than to invite the comic artist megastar Mr Quitely and local comic creators Metaphrog. Frank was, as always, a pleasure to talk. We asked about all of his upcoming projects – here’s what he had to say:
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2011, BlueBeetle, Frank Quitely, Grant Morrison, Pax-Americana
No #hurricanbawbag can stop the Comics Anonymous gang from telling you our 2011 highlights! Day 8 is Linsay’s turn, and you’d have never guessed that the big Blue would have made her list, would you?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Frank Quitely, Grant Morrison, jasonaaron, Joss Whedon, marvel, Wolverine, X-Men
In a post-Schism world, the X-men are now divided into two teams, Gold and Blue, and so are the comics with 4 issues for each team. Wolverine and the X-Men is one of the first that makes up the new Gold team, as Wolvie takes on the role of Xavier and starts a new school for higher learning.