Filed under: Events | Tags: CBCebulski, JoeQuesada, KAPOW!, KieronGillen, MarkMillar, marvel
Joe Quesada would have loved the opportunity to talk to the guys in charge of Marvel and DC back in the day. This recurring panel is Joe’s way of giving back: ask him anything from comic books to love lives. Joining Joe on the panel at Kapow! 2012 were Mark Millar (Kick-Ass &c.), Kieron Gillen (Phonogram, Journey into Mystery), CB Cebulski (Marvel Talent Scout).
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Daredevil, MarkWaid, Marvel.1
This week, I gave Daredevil #10.1 a whirl. Here’s what I though of Marvel’s latest .1 jumping-on point…
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Emanuela Lupacchino, LSCC, X Factor
After queuing for several hours at London Super Comic Con in the hope of requesting an awesome (no doubt hipster-style) Supergirl sketch from McKelvie, only to discover a tweet MUCH later on saying he was just out his bed, I wandered down a couple of desks to watch Emanuela Lupacchino hard at work.
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: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: American Vampire, Andrea Sorrentino, DCNew52, I Vampire, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Scott Snyder
At first glance, this book (with it’s unimaginative title) looks like it will rip-off stories told a dozen times in recent years. Vampires, love, lust, blood etc etc. But give it just three pages and I’ll bet you a fiver it’ll be on your pull list next month.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Birds of Prey, DCNew52, Duane Swierczynski, Jesus Saiz
I’m a pre-Flashpoint Birds of Prey fan and I loved Gail Simone’s run, but writers change over and characters move on and I’m over it. I am.
Or at least, I will be…
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: DCNew52, EthanVanSciver, Firestorm, gailsimone
Gail Simone has done it again: engaging story and a ending with impact. A worthwhile read.