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 […]

28th Jun2019

eBuying Comics: Week 21

by Ian Wells

On the second weekend of June I attended the inaugral Milton Keynes Film and Comic Con. There is already a review of it up elsewhere on Nerdly, but now I am going to do another comic covention/eBay comparison, I hope it isn’t too hot on the heels of the previous one. In a nutshell it […]

07th Mar2019

eBuying Comics: Week 14

by Ian Wells

This past weekend I attended London Film and Comic Con Spring (LFCC) at the Kensington Olympia. This is the first time Showmasters have organised an LFCC at this time of year. Usually it is at the end of July, I attended it about three years ago and it was by far the best convention I […]

27th Jul2018

‘The Prisoner: Original Art Edition’ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jack Kirby, Steve Englehart | Art by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane | Published by Titan Comics I’ll be honest here, and say this won’t really be a review. A review is when you approach something objectively, weigh up its pros and cons, and hopefully throw in some entertaining prose. This book, the fabled […]

02nd Apr2014

Comic Review: ‘Alien in the Outfield’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Jack Kirby | Art by Mat Barnett | Format: Paperback and/or Digital Download [Editors Note: Alien in the Outfield is written by Nerdly’s own Jack Kirby. However in order for this review to be fair and balanced that fact was not divulged to our newest team member Richard, who penned this particular review] Baseball. Aliens. The […]

07th Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby – Issue #2

by Jack Kirby

I made a double stop to Orbital this week, picking up a number of new titles, a couple of reprint of popular comics from the last few months and dabbled with DC’s ‘WTF certified’ experiment. I bought two (two!) Marvel comics too, in an effort to branch out of my comfort zone a little. 3rd […]

01st Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby

by Jack Kirby

When Phil asked if I’d be interested in writing a regular comics column for the new site, I was happy to confirm that I most certainly was. In my mid to late teens I’d started picking up or being lent the odd graphic novel with some of Alan Moore’s stuff and Dark Horse’s The Mask […]

14th Mar2013

Titan Comics launch ‘Monster Massacre’ anthology

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics and ATOMEKA have announced the release of the first volume of a brand-new graphic novel series, Monster Massacre – a SF and fantasy anthology headed up by A1 creator Dave Elliott and starring the greatest comics talent: past, present and future, including Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Andy Kuhn, Dave Dorman, Alex Horley, Mark […]