Filed under: Previews | Tags: Andre May, Benjamin Read, Chris Wildgoose, Gosh, Improper Books, Jim Campbell, Orbital Comics, Page 45, Porcelain, Thought Bubble, Travelling Man
After catching up on Porcelain : A Gothic Fairy Tale (reviewed here) I was hyped to get a look at some early preview images of the second volume, Bone China that’s set for release next year.
Filed under: Previews | Tags: Actuality Press, Almighties, Eleonora Kortsarz, Graham Pearce, Mike Gagnon, Pablo Zambrano, Ron Gravelle, Sam Johnson
Actuality Press’ The Almighties #0 debuts with Variant cover parodying controversial DC T-Shirt but it sounds like there’s more to this title than gimmicks.
Filed under: Previews | Tags: Art Heroes, Daniel Clifford, Endangered & More Strange Stories, Lee Robinson, Mark E. Johnson, Shaun Balbirnie
There have been some great all ages books released in recent years among the small press books & beyond and Art Heroes has a new one on the way as a followup to their Halcyon & Tenderfoot series.
Filed under: Previews | Tags: Colin Bell, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Glasgow Comic Con, Neil Slorance, SICBA
After an AMAZING opening issue Colin Bell & Neil Slorance return with issue #2 of Dungeon Fun…….a highly anticipated issue that I’m sure LOTS of people people are waiting for given the mass appeal and success of issue #1.
As my excitement continues to grow with this movie…….the trailers just keep making me wish it was here sooner and sooner. After initially doubting how the Rhino looked and how this could well be another case of cramming in too many damn villains……it was looking like we could be seeing another Spider-Man 3 fiasco…….but I’m convinced otherwise…..and this trailer helps with that.
The arrival of London Super Comic Con in 2012 on the UK convention scene marked one of many recent steps to bring the feel of those large US cons to the UK fans (LSCC 2012 reviewed here). Starting as they did with a guest like Stan “The Man” Lee was a sure-fire way to get the crowds in and generate a significant buzz that carried us comic-loving Brits through the weekend like a wave and with 2013’s event just a few days away we’ve still got ample time to figure out just what & who we’re going to try and see over the course of the 2 days.
The first weekend in May is usually a high point for us comic book fans the world over as Free Comic Book Day hits and we get to pick up some new titles that we maybe wouldn’t have ventured into before.