Review by Tim Robins Release date: 14th December 2018 (United Kingdom) Director: James Wan Aquaman finds himself caught between a surface world that ravages the sea and the underwater Atlanteans who are ready to revolt… The Review: Aquaman is the best Ray Harryhausen movie Ray Harryhausen never made. It delivers a lot of the sameContinue reading In Review: Aquaman
IDW Publishing has announced that its former Chief Creative Officer and Editor-In-Chief, Chris Ryall, is returning to the company as President, Publisher and Chief Creative Officer, just as the US publisher gears up for its twentieth anniversary celebrations next year Ryall, formerly part of the editorial division at The Walking Dead publisher Skybound Entertainment, will beContinue reading Chris Ryall returns to IDW as President, Publisher and Chief Creative Officer
Working with Antarctic Press, digital comics publisher ROK Comics, now based in the United States, is back in action – delivering its flagship title Team M.O.B.I.L.E. to comic shops. The first of an initial three-issue mini series, based on a concept created by ROK CEO Jonathan Kendrick, is on sale now, written by John FreemanContinue reading ROK Comics action series “Team M.O.B.I.L.E.” returns – and this time around, it’s in print!
Out next March from US publisher Aftershock Comics is a new war story, Out of the Blue, a superb-looking tale that is sure to appeal to fans of Battle, Commando, “Johnny Red” and other war comics. Writer Garth Ennis (Jimmy’s Bastards, A Walk Through Hell, Preacher, The Boys) and artist Keith Burns (War Stories) re-uniteContinue reading Garth Ennis and Keith Burns’ “Out of the Blue” out next March
You’ll believe a magazine can fly with Back Issue #109, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Superman: The Movie starring Christopher Reeve, available now from all good comic shops, published by TwoMorrows and featuring a cover by Garry Frank. Explore the Superman movies’ effects on comic books, media, and collectibles with commentary from many of their creators. InContinue reading Back Issue magazine celebrates landmark Superman: The Movie 40th anniversary