CLiNT Volume 2 Issue 8

As CLiNT breathes its last, what’s the future for British comics?

This month sees the demise of Mark Millar’s CLiNT, the initial announcement made via US comic site Comic Book Resources, prompting bemusement from comic news sites that more regularly cover comic titles on the British newsstand. (Even now, downthetubes has still not received the statement on the title’s cancellation from Titan itself publised on CBR,Continue reading As CLiNT breathes its last, what’s the future for British comics?

Dundee Comic Expo: A Creator’s View by MontyNero

Comics writer and artist MontyNero was one of many at the Dundee Comic Expo last weekend, and, complementing Jeremy Briggs’ Photo Report on the event, offers his take on the event… For some reason I don’t often take tables at cons, but Dundee Expo was an exception for three reasons. Firstly, it’s free to theContinue reading Dundee Comic Expo: A Creator’s View by MontyNero

CLiNT revamps: more strips, more action!

Hot off the back of his 2012 Kapow convention success, Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar launches a stunning new volume of CLiNT, with a new 100-page Issue 1 featuring four new stories between its covers, coupled to a brand new look, new logo and new attitude! Every issue from Titan Magazines now features epic news andContinue reading CLiNT revamps: more strips, more action!

In Review: Superior

By Mark Millar and Leinil Francis YuPublisher: Titan BooksOut: NowISBN: 9780857685940 The Book: Simon Pooni had it all going for him – plenty of friends at school, good looks, and his coach called him one of the most talented basketball players he’s ever seen. But that was when he could still move his legs. NowContinue reading In Review: Superior

CLiNT set for re-boot in May

CLiNT – the comic magazine published by Mark Millar and Titan Magazines – is about to get a major re-boot. Re-launching in May with a near all-new line up that includes Mark Millar’s Supercrooks (with art by Leinil Yu) and The Secret Service (with Dave Gibbons), the new #1 cover sports a comic cover reflectingContinue reading CLiNT set for re-boot in May