IDW Publishing will release the latest addition to its multiple Eisner Award-winning Artist’s Edition line with Michael Golden’s Micronauts Artist’s Edition this June – and a portion of profits will be donated to the long-term medical care of series writer Bill Mantlo.
Paul Grist is just one of several great comic creators at Invasion 2020 in Taunton next weekend…
American comic artist and illustrator Tim Conrad – perhaps best known for his work on titles such as Conan, Kull and Epic Illustrated for Marvel Comics – has announced an art sale through his Facebook Page, to help pay $4000 medical bills
Marking Marvel’s publication of their new Death’s Head: Freelance Peacekeeping Agent collection, the Forbidden Planet Megastore in London have arranged a mega signing event on on Saturday 29th February from 1 – 2.00pm. Signing at the event will be Death’s… Read More ›
It wasn’t the greatest Spider-Man costume Marvel UK had for promotional purposes, but by gum, the company made the most of it, even in encounters with pop royalty like Queen’s Brian May
I came across this eye-catching study of DC Comics character Shazam by Bruno Oliveira quite by chance – tracking down the Brazilian artist’s original post here back in 2012 on DeviantArt – and thought I’d quickly spotlight it and his work.
Marvel’s January 2020 solicitations include the much-anticipated Death’s Head Omnibus TPB among them – a delightfully chunky, 416-page collection of (almost) all the early Death’s Head greatest ‘hits’, scheduled for release on 3rd March, which we trailed earlier this year.
Marvel Comics has been a cultural phenomenon for 80 years. As part of their anniversary celebrations the US comic publisher have been working with the Books on the Underground initiative (temporarily renamed ‘Comic Books on the Underground‘ and part of… Read More ›
If you’re an original Death’s Head fans – and we know there are a lot of you out there! – then don’t miss out on Marvel Comics #1001, which hit stores today, Wednesday 2nd October – it features an all-new… Read More ›
Marvel Entertainment and Games Workshop have announced a collaboration that will bring new Warhammer stories to comics and graphic novels, grabbing the license from Titan Comics, who have published a number of comics based on the gaming franchise