Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: AvsX, Cable, Cyclops, Hope, Kieron Gillen, Logan, Magneto, Marvel Now, Professor X
Kieron Gillen closes out this title as we see the fifth issue try and tie up all those loose ends from AvsX ahead of some of the Marvel Now! releases coming soon.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Andrew Hennessy, AvsX, Cyclops, Jim Charalampidis, Kieron Gillen, Logan, Magneto, Mark Brooks, Phoenix Force, Storm, Sub-Mariner, Tony Stark
The penultimate issue of Kieron Gillen’s title sees the AvsX fallout edge closer to its conclusion and the many plot threads are starting to blur together.
Filed under: Comic Reviews | Tags: AvsX, Cyclops, Emma Fost, Hope, Iron-Man, K'un-Lun, Kieron Gillen, Wolverine
The AvsX fallout continues as we hit the midway point of Kieron Gillen’s take on just how things would play out after the event.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: AvsX, Cyclops, Kieron Gillen, Logan, Steve Kurth, Wolverine
A strong opening issue (reviewed here) following the AvsX event itself would see this five-part weekly release stay on my pull-list but could #2 hold onto that strength.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: AvsX, Captain America, Cyclops, Hope, Kieron Gillen, Scarlet Witch, Tom Raney, Wolverine
Filed under: Events | Tags: Andy Diggle, Ben McCool, CB Cebulski, D.I.C.E., Dave Johnson, Declan Shalvey, Doug Braithwaite, Dublin, Jeannine Schaeffer, Jeff Parker, John Layman, John McCrea, Jordie Bellaire, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kieron Gillen, Lauren Sankovitch, Mark Doyle, Matt Fraction, Nate Cosby, Nick Roche, Stephen Mooney, The Big Bang, Tommy Lee Edwards
We’re hurtling towards the end of 2012 but that doesn’t mean the Comics Anonymous gang can’t still make the last of their Comic Con’s for the year and so I made the trip to Dublin’s fair city to take in the Dublin International Comic Expo (D.I.C.E.) being run by the team behind The Big Bang comic shop.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Jamie McKelvie, Journey into Mystery, Kieron Gillen, LSCC, Phonogram, Uncanny X-Men
Last month’s trip to London Super Comic Con was already exciting enough with the prospect of meeting Stan Lee, however the weekend’s hype-factor was increased ten-fold with the possibility of a new Phonogram being announced. Sure enough, after some late night twitter feed refreshes, the news came through that Phonogram 3 would be coming our way from the Legends of
Rock Comics: Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie. Unfotunatley we didn’t manage to get an interview with the “Dream Team” (McKelvie has a certain birthday bash and drinks to blame for that) however the (much more sober) Kieron Gillen was on hand on the Sunday to answer our persistent chanting of “TELL US MORE!”.
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Comics Anon, Comics Survey, Kieron Gillen, Sean Phillips
We know how popular our comics give-aways are, so we’re doing another. This time, though, we’re looking for something in return!
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Kieron Gillen, Legacy Comics, Uncanny X-Men
Way back in November….all those months ago…..the Comics Anonymous Team hit the road……and even with a few “minor” car probs along the way we reached our 1st destination – Legacy Comics in Halifax. We got the chance to meet and interview Kieron Gillen (check it out here) on his recent foray into the Uncanny X-Men (reviewed here)…..and as a result of that visit we have a signed copy of issue #1 up for grabs…..