Editor: Keith Richardson Publisher: Rebellion Out: Wednesday 15th August (UK and Digital) – available from newsagents and comic shops The Vigilant: Maelstrom Written by Simon Furman Art: Simon Coleby Letters: Simon Bowland When the evil forces of Von Hoffman and Dr Mesmer team up and pluck the immortal Adam Eterno from the winds of time,Continue reading In Review: The Vigilant – Maelstrom
Rebellion Publishing, owners of 2000AD, announced an all-new 48-page special title The Vigilant earlier this week, the lead strip written by Simon Furman, with art by Simon Coleby coloured by Len O’Grady. Breathing new life into Fleetway characters acquired in 2016, the project is a further building block for the evolving “Rebellion-verse”, an interconnected worldContinue reading Who’s Who in Rebellion’s “The Vigilant” classic comic character revival – and who created the characters
Lost in the mists of time, home-grown British superheroes once entertained and enthralled millions of kids. Now, the likes of Adam Eterno, Blake Edmonds, Thunderbolt the Avenger, and The Leopard from Lime Street are coming back to make summer 2018 blazing hot! As we reported over the weekend, The Vigilant will be a special one-shotContinue reading Cover Reveal: Classic British superheroes reborn to become ‘The Vigilant’!
Given the increased pace of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics collections, it’s perhaps no surprise the clamour for the return of even more heroes from yesteryear is growing… and one character that keeps getting mentioned is the time travelling immortal, Adam Eterno, a man vulnerable only to the purest gold. So why hasn’t he? CouldContinue reading Calling Adam Eterno… Where are Rebellion hiding you?
2000AD publisher Rebellion – which now owns a large number of comic brands and characters previously published by Fleetway – has appealed for help to find physical copies of the short-lived boys adventure comic Thunder. In online appeals, Rebellion say they are trying to plug a gap in their recently acquired archive. Thunder was aContinue reading Thunder comic appeal from 2000AD