29th Jun2020

A Memoriam In Four Colours: Joe Sinnott

by Ian Wells

Late last week we lost one of the greats, a creator of great importance and influence. On 25th June legendary inker Joe Sinnott passed away. I didn’t feel my understanding of the complexities of an inkers work were enough to give the man a proper send off. But Joe’s work was such an integral part […]

16th Jun2020

A Memoriam In Four Colours: Denny O’Neil

by Ian Wells

At the end of last week we lost another of industry legend. Denny O’Neil passed away on June 11th of natural causes. He leaves behind in comics quite the legacy. Denny had a three decade spanning career that took in writing and editor duties at both DC and Marvel, as well as making stops at […]

14th May2020

A Memoriam In Four Colours: Marty Pasko

by Ian Wells

This past weekend Martin Joseph Pasko took a seat at the great writing desk above the clouds. Known to everyone as Marty he was one of comics good guys. Marty had time for everyone and everyone had time for Marty. He was a regular on the con circuit. Whether on panels or at his table […]

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20th Nov2019

Wolverine Wednesday #30

by Ian Wells

Dead Man Logan #12 Writer: Ed Brisson | Artist: Mike Henderson | Colourist: Nolan Woodard | Letters: Cory Petit So this is it. The end of the line for Old Man Logan. A character who has been around for some years now in one incarnation or another. when he came into the main Marvel universe […]

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04th Oct2019

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Titan Comics ‘Ryuko Vol.2’

by Phil Wheat

Volume One of Ryuko saw the titular character’s past being explored, the involvement of her family, and revelations about her mother. Now Ryuko sets about putting things right, searching for lost members of her family, and attempting to save allies who are in dire situations. But the involvement of a Chinese criminal organisation make things […]

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19th Sep2019

Hero Collector & IDW to debut ‘Star Trek: Year Five’ variant at NYCC

by Phil Wheat

Eaglemoss Hero Collector, the designers, manufacturers and publishers of high-quality collectibles from across the many worlds of pop culture, has partnered with comics and graphic novel publisher IDW to issue the company’s first-ever variant comic cover, one that celebrates the line of highly detailed, precision crafted replicas for which they are best known under the […]

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02nd Aug2019

eBuying Comics: Week 24

by Ian Wells

As comics are a visual media I am going to talk about collecting original artwork these week. When I first came up with this subject my initial idea was just the eBay hunting side of things. But collecting original comic artwork  goes much further, covering a variety of ways to acquire such items. What I […]

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19th Jul2019

SDCC 2019: Harmony Gold & Titan Comics announce ‘Robotech Remix’

by Phil Wheat

Announced yesterday at Harmony Gold’s Robotech panel at SDCC 2019, Titan Comics is thrilled to reveal Robotech Remix #1 – a radical reimagining of the Sci Fi mecha anime classic. A new Robotech saga starts now! Robotech is reborn from the ashes of Event Horizon! New writer Brenden Fletcher (Motorcrush, Isola) and artist Elmer Damaso […]

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18th Jun2019

Panel Discussion #56: Top Picks for 6/19/2019

by Dan Clark

Welcome to another installment of Weekly Picks where I take a look at the comics I am most excited about for this upcoming New Comic Book Day. Keep in mind I have yet to read these books so this is based solely on expectations. Sometimes expectations can get the best of us so I try […]

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14th Jun2019

Panel Discussion #55: Top Covers for the week of 6/12/2019

by Dan Clark

What makes a great comic cover? For me, a comic cover is part of the storytelling process. It can set expectations, provide foreshadowing to what is to come, and possibly even set wrong expectations for the purpose of subverting them. Thinking back to my youth when you would have those covers with, “Only one will […]

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12th Jun2019

Panel Discussion #54: Top Picks for the Week of 6/12/2019

by Dan Clark

Welcome back to another installment of Panel Discussion, this time featuring Dan’s top picks for this week in comics. Before I get into what this article is I need to get into what it is not. First I am basing this list not off of my thoughts on each issue rather my expectations. Based on […]

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18th May2019

It’s hero vs. villains in Marvel’s ‘Acts of Evil’

by Phil Wheat

Last month, Marvel announced the debut of Acts of Evil – where Marvel’s most iconic heroes meet their match against some of Marvel’s most vicious villains! From Ms. Marvel to Venom, epic encounters will ensue as the companies greatest heroes battle against enemies they have never faced before – leading to an outcome that no […]

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18th May2019

First Look: Age of Conan – Valeria #1

by Phil Wheat

This August, Marvel invites you to journey into the Hyborian Age with one of Robert E. Howard’s classic heroes as Age of Conan: Valeria #1 hits comic shops this August! Witness a young and formidable Valeria, in a time before the fan-favorite “Red Nails” Conan story, as she treads the kingdoms of the Hyborian Age […]

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17th May2019

First Look – Fantastic Four: 4 Yancy Street #1

by Phil Wheat

Last year, Marvel introduced the wildly popular Web of Venom series – a series of quarterly specials featuring new and exciting stories about the deadly symbiote that included some of the industry’s best talent. This August, Marvel invites you to once again explore new stories, exciting adventures, and thrilling surprises with a series of stories […]

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15th May2019

Marvel’s Power Pack… are back!

by Phil Wheat

Acclaimed creators Louise Simonson and June Brigman are bringing an all-new special story to the Marvel Universe this August, as Power Pack’s young super heroes set the stage for an exciting, thrilling ride in Power Pack: Grow Up #1 – out this August! Power Pack jumps into action when the Brood crash a concert, but […]

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25th Apr2019

eBuying Comics: Week 17

by Ian Wells

I used to walk around comic conventions and question why would anyone consider buying the Marvel Essentials. It always struck me as a wasted investment buying collections of stories in black and white and on inferior paper. Fast forward a few years and I now love the idea of Marvel Essentials. There is nothing else […]

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27th Mar2019

eBuying Comics: Week 15

by Ian Wells

For a lone wolf Batman has had a lot of sidekicks and assistance over the years. Affectionately referred to as the ‘Bat Family’ everyone has their favourite. Over the years the ‘Bat Family’ has become more diverse and I think it is fair to say each addition to the family in some way defines Batman […]

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18th Mar2019

Titan announce ‘Snowpiercer’ graphic novel prequel

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics and Statix Press have announced Snowpiercer: Extinction, a brand-new prequel graphic novel set before the extinction incident that led to the events of the original Snowpiercer graphic novel trilogy. Titan’s next installment in the critically-acclaimed and award-winning Snowpiercer graphic novel saga will be released in in 2019, written by Matz (Triggerman, The Assignment), […]

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15th Mar2019

First look at Artgerm variant cover for Titan’s ‘Blade Runner 2019’ comic

by Phil Wheat

Titan have a new variant cover for their forthcoming Blade Runner 2019 comic, set during the exact timeframe of the original Blade Runner film, written by acclaimed Blade Runner 2049 screenwriter Michael Green (Logan) and veteran collaborator Mike Johnson (Star Trek, Super­man/Batman), with interior art by noted artist Andres Guinaldo (Justice League Dark, Captain America). […]

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09th Jan2019

Brenden Fletcher joins Titan’s ‘Robotech’ comic

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics have this week announced that best-selling writer Brenden Fletcher (Isola, Motor Crush, Power Rangers) will be joining the Robotech comics team of Simon Furman and Hendry Prasetya on the deck of the SDF-1 for continuing Robotech adventures – based on the legendary ‘80s sci-fi animation by Harmony Gold. Kicking off with a special […]

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31st Oct2018

Titan’s ‘Life is Strange’ comic gets a trailer

by Phil Wheat

November 14th sees the release of an all-new comic book series set in the world of the acclaimed videogame series, Life Is Strange. Titan’s new comic series returns readers to Arcadia Bay in the company of fan-favorite characters Max Caulfield and Chloe Price, charting the shocking course of a possible future after one of the […]

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30th Oct2018

Preview: ‘Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1’ (Titan Comics)

by Phil Wheat

November 7th sees the debut of Titan’s highly anticipated Thirteenth Doctor ongoing comic series. Taking control of the TARDIS for this regeneration is an amazing new team: Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Mother Panic, Faith, Spider-Man), illustrator Rachael Stott (Doctor Who, Motherlands), and colorist Enrica Angiolini (Warhammer 40,000). Experience mind-blowing challenges and dynamic adventures […]

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