Titan Comics and Alcon Media Group have announced that the year’s most hotly-awaited comic series will be officially titled Blade Runner 2019. Launching this summer, Titan Comics’ new series will be set during the exact timeframe of the original Blade Runner film, and feature a (mostly) new set of characters and situations. Titan also confirmedContinue reading Justice League Dark artist Andres Guinaldo confirmed for Titan Comics “Blade Runner 2019” title
An exhibition of art from Psycho Gran opens at the Belle Vue Pub in High Wycombe on Wednesday (6th February 2019), running for six weeks, with creator David Leach attending the opening night. Psycho Gran – recently seen within the digital pages of Aces Weekly, with other adventures available in print from Titan Comics, isContinue reading David Leach’s “Psycho Gran” heads to Belle Vue! (the pub, of course…)
Aces Weekly Volume 37 begins today – and super spy Velicity Jones from Lee Robson, Bryan Coyle and Bolt-01 is back in action! Last of the year, but first in class, Aces Weekly leaves 2018 with the same mix of content this digital anthology published by David Lloyd has always offered to readers who love comics forContinue reading Super spy Velicity Jones heads back to Aces Weekly!
As if you needed reminding, Aces Weekly Volume 36 is now running, which includes the continuance of Bo Hampton‘s, intriguing “The Hornbook“, plus Robert Wells‘ acerbic view of his fellow man in, “Love Her Madly”. But one of the gems to this volume has to be David Leach‘s latest tale relating the life andContinue reading Don’t miss out on “Psycho Gran – The Book Club” in the latest Aces Weekly!
Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Colin Lorimer Colour: Joana Lafluente Editor and plot: David Leach Publisher: Titan Comics Softcover, 112pp, $16.99, £13.99 On sale: 13th November 2018 ISBN: 9781785859151 The Book: Based on the TV show created by Patrick McGoohan, this all-new adventure written by Peter Milligan sees Breen, codenamed No. 6, trapped in a seeminglyContinue reading In Review: The Prisoner – The Uncertainty Machine