Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Jim Alexander, Luke Cooper, Planet Jimbot, Will Pickering
Jim Alexander’s 1st two issues of Wolf Country (reviewed here) seemed to have an entire universe of possibilities behind it with it’s mix of wild west & werewolves and the good news is that issue #3 brings with more of the same and then some.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Detective Spencer, DI Fisher, Good Cop Bad Cop, Jim Alexander, Luke Cooper, Will Pickering
The first GoodCopBadCop release won a True Believers award for Best British Black & White Comic and with Casebook #2 set to debut at next months Thought Bubble Sequential Art Festival, I got a chance to check it out. (SPOILERS!)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: A Comic A Day In May, Jim Alexander, Luke Cooper, Planet Jimbot, Will Pickering
Vampires, werewolves and westerns….oh my! That’s what we get in these first two issues from Planet Jimbot and that alone should make this worth a read.
Filed under: Indie Comics | Tags: A Comic A Day In May, Fin Cramb, Jim Alexander, Planet Jimbot, Savant, Will Pickering
Jim Alexander and Will Pickering team-up in this sci-fi release from Planet Jimbot as our space-traveller Lode continues her journey from planet to planet.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Alan Grant, BHP, Declan Shalvey, Jim Alexander, Jordie Bellaire, Leo Manco, Moon Knight, Something Bloody Awesome, The Bogie Man, Will Pickering
The 12th & 13th of April saw Hero Conventions bring us the first (and hopefully not the last) Something Bloody Awesome Comic Con in Edinburgh.
Filed under: Events | Tags: 2000AD, Burke and Hare, Colin MacNeil, Death Sentence, Dundee, John Wagner, Judge Dredd, Martin Connaghan, Montynero, Paul Gravett, Robbie Morrison, Will Pickering
On a freezing cold and yet strangely sunny day, Team Comics Anonymous made the impressive trek from Glasgow to Dundee for the 5th Annual Dundee Literary Festival Comics Day event organised by Dr Chris Murray. Chris is also behind the new Mlitt in Comic Studies currently running for postgraduate students at Dundee University. Held in the Tower building of the University we were treated to an exhibition of cover and interior art from old Commando’s and other war comics.