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: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Darick Robertson, Grant Morrison, Happy, Image Comics, Nick Sax, Richard P. Black
Issue #1 of Happy from Grant Morrison became an instant hit with me and nestled itself in that must-read niche……but could this keep a high momentum throughout?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Darick Robertson, Grant Morrison, Harvey, Image Comics, Nick Sax, Richard P. Black, Sin City
I’ve tried my best to stay away from reading anything about Grant Morrison’s latest title ‘Happy’ – so I was picking this up with an open mind and no preconceived ideas of what it could be. Of course, with Morrison involved there was always a high level of expectation and excitement.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Brighton, Grant Morrison, The Outer Church, Warren Ellis
Calling all Brighton based comic fans – this one’s for you!
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: Comic Reviews | Tags: Batman, Bestof2011, Brian Azzarello, DCNew52, Eduardo Risso, Grant Morrison, Gregg Hurwitz, Kyle Higgins, Scott Snyder, Szymon Kurdranski
!!PREDICTABILITY ALERT!! – No Comics Anonymous list would be complete without two guaranteed items: The Blue Beetle for Linsay (Check) and Batman for Craig. No prizes for guessing what today’s highlight is… Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na.
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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: DCNew52, Grant Morrison, Lex Luthor, Rags Morales, Superman
Issue #2 from the Morrison/Morales writer/artist team comes off the back of one of the strongest titles from DC’s reboot….but could this be sustained……Morrison’s involved…..so what do you think??