Rebellion has announced the full thrill-powered line-up of events for The Day of Dredd, celebrating the legacy and cultural impact of Britain’s biggest comic book export, Judge Dredd. Taking place on Saturday 7th September 2019, this mixture of creator signings, live art jams, film screenings, and panel talks is dedicated to recognising and exploring Dredd’sContinue reading Day of Dredd – Signing Details across the UK and US revealed
With the news that SEGA of America and Paramount have dated the release of the first Sonic the Hedgehog feature film for November 2019, we’re wondering if we might see the character return to British comics. The character once enjoyed a lively history – not least in the UK, where Sonic the Comic once ruled newsagentsContinue reading Sonic the Hedgehog returns to comics, but what are the chances of a British title, too?
When a counterespionage operation in Rotterdam goes catastrophically wrong, James Bond finds himself in the crosshairs of a plot to smash NATO in Kill Chain. The latest secret agent tale from US publisher Dynamite Entertainment written by Andy Diggle, with art by Luca Casalanguida launches today (Wednesday 19th July) in all good comic shops. Someone is assassinatingContinue reading New James Bond tale, “Kill Chain”, launches this week
In the latest Issue of James Bond: Hammerhead from Dynamite Entertainment, Bond finds himself at the mercy of Malfakhar, a Yemeni smuggler and black marketeer. But both men are mere pawns in a far greater game, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. As the Hammerhead weapon is deployed and the trueContinue reading Declassified: James Bond – Hammerhead #4 (Sneak Peek)
For those of you possibly reeling at the sometimes bizarre twists and turns of the current US political scene, perhaps wondering what is real and what is true, we can’t not mention the upcoming release from Dynamite Entertainment of the collected Control – a comic about US politicians being blackmailed over secretly-filmed sex parties. Out inContinue reading US politicians up to unsavoury antics? Are these rumours the work of British ex-secret agents – or comic book writers?