Filed under: Features | Tags: Al Davidson, Andy Diggle, Bryan Talbot, Carlos Ezquerra, Charlie Adlard, David Hine, David Lloyd, Doug Braithwaite, Duncan Fegredo, Ed Brubaker, Gary Erskine, John Wagner, Kendal, Kurt Busiek, Sean Phillips, The Lakes
Another year and another Comic book event to look forward to as the latest festival pulls in some big name guests and will surely see fans old and new flocking to Kendal this October……and tickets go on sale this Monday (13th May 2013) – WOOHOO!!!! :D
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Competition, Marvel Zombies, Sean Phillips, Signed Comics
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: 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: Interviews | Tags: conan, Criminal, Ed Brubaker, Fatale, Forbidden Planet Glasgow, Incognito, Sean Phillips
An appearance by Sean Phillips in Glasgow’s Forbidden Planet on the 25th January gave the Comics Anonymous crew the chance to speak to a top UK artist from the comic book world – his first appearance in Glasgow in over 10 years. Promoting his new book, Fatale (reviewed here), with regular collaborator Ed Brubaker. (more…)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Image Comics | Tags: Criminal, Ed Brubaker, Fatale, Image Comics, Incognito, Noir, Occult, Sean Phillips, Sleeper
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips collaborate on one of the hottest titles of 2012 so far…..and we’re still only in January. An opening line like “So here’s how my life went off the tracks one day,” sets us up for a typical noir tale that we’ve seen in the likes of Criminal. Sleeper and Incognito from the pairing previously….although reading on, there’s clearly different elements involved here too. (more…)