Filed under: Features
2015 sees a the Comics Anonymous site get a new look and we’ve now moved over to another site – this will stay in place as an Archive which you can access from the new site – head over to the new site now and follow there if you do that here already.
Filed under: Competitions, Features | Tags: Alan Grant, Brian Bolland, Carlos Ezquerra, Colin MacNeil, Jock, John Wagner, Judge Dredd, Steve Dillon, The Mega Collection
This Wednesday (21st January) sees a new fortnightly release of some of the best stories from Mega City One as Judge Dredd:The Mega Collection begins.
Filed under: Features | Tags: ComicConsOf2015, Edinburgh Comic Con, Glasgow Comic Con, Granite City Comic Con, Leam Comic Con, LFCC, LSCC, Melksham Comic Con, NICE, Nottingham Comic Con, The Lakes, Thought Bubble, True Believers
With 2014 almost at an end…..I thought I’d take a look ahead to some of the UK Comic Cons that are on offer in 2015. Some I’ll return to and some new additions I’ll try for the first time.
The last few year’s have seen more and more quality titles being released week after week and a flood of new TV shows & Movies based on some of the best creations…..but overshadowing that success (at least for me) has been the quality of small press titles on offer in the UK and beyond.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2014, Caio Oliveira, Colin Bell, Exit Generation, Marissa Louise, Ramon Villalobos, Ruth Redmond, Sam Read
Sam Read’s Exit Generation 4-parter may have started back in 2013 with a cracking opener but in 2014 we got the remaining issues….and they went from strength to strength.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Amazing Spider-Man, Bestof2014, Dan Slott, marvel, Olivier Coipel, Spider-Verse
While the build-up to this may have seemed to taken AGGGGEEESSSSS…..it feels like it’s all been worth the wait as the alternate universe-spanning event captures all incarnations of Spider-Man you could imagine….and more.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2014, dc comics, Frank Quitely, Grant Morrison, Multiversity, Pax-Americana
It may well have felt like forever for Multiversity to start but when it did, the vast majority of people were on-board from the start although everyone was really counting down to the Morrison/Quitely team-up on Pax Americana.