Jim Alexander’s GoodCopBadCop released as a novel

GoodCopBadCop is a crime novel from 2000AD writer Jim Alexander, with a cover by Alex Ronald, with a twist. It’s a modern crime take on Jekyll and Hyde where both ‘good cop’ and ‘bad cop’ are the same person. GoodCopBadCop was originally released as a Graphic Novel, which went on to win the True BelieversContinue reading Jim Alexander’s GoodCopBadCop released as a novel

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Latest “Men of Violence” tackles historical fiction

The latest issue of the fanzine of men’s adventure paperbacks, Men of Violence (Issue 11) is a historical fiction special from Justin Marriott with a cover by Rik Rawling. Historical fiction is popular today, but the number of titles available is nothing compared to the genre’s heyday between 1950 and 1980. Step back in timeContinue reading Latest “Men of Violence” tackles historical fiction

Marcy and the Riddle of the Sphinx (Brownstone's Mythical Collection 2)

Joe Todd-Stanton’s Brownstone’s Mythical Collection optioned for film

Nobrow’s quite excellent imprint for younger readers, Flying Eye Books, has revealed that the Brownstone’s Mythical Collection series by Joe Todd-Stanton has been optioned for film development by DreamWorks Animation. The series began with Arthur and the Golden Rope in 2016, taking our unlikely adventurer into Norse mythology, and more recently Marcy and the RiddleContinue reading Joe Todd-Stanton’s Brownstone’s Mythical Collection optioned for film

Batmobile Cutaways: Batman Classic TV Series 

Batmobile Cutaways: Batman Classic TV Series released – complete with die-cast model

Hero Collector has just released a one of a kind custom cutaway book of every vehicle from the original Batman TV series, packaged with a die-cast model of the iconic 1966 Batmobile, written by Richard Jackson, Alan Cowsill and James Hill and illustrated by Ed Giddings and Mojo. Batmobile Cutaways: Batman Classic TV Series is aContinue reading Batmobile Cutaways: Batman Classic TV Series released – complete with die-cast model

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Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s “Monstress” wins at the British Fantasy Awards

The autumn season means it is time for the annual British Fantasy Society‘s convention and the BFS Awards. The second volume of Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda‘s rather glorious Monstress (published by Image) won the Best Comic / Graphic Novel category on Sunday at Fantasycon. This follows another major science fiction and fantasy con, Worldcon,Continue reading Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s “Monstress” wins at the British Fantasy Awards