Free Comic Book Day is back this weekend, and across the UK many comic shops are again taking part, with free comics for customers on offer, including Funny Pages from 2000AD publisher Rebellion and Doctor Who and Robotech from Titan Comics – full details of these here. is an annual event founded on the beliefContinue reading Happy Free Comic Book Day 2019!
Ian Fleming Publications and Dynamite will be bringing a standalone James Bond Origin story to the November/December issue of Playboy. The special six-page story from James Bond Origin, which recently debuted at Dynamite, has been produced by the creative team of writer Jeff Parker (Future Quest, Thunderbolts, Batman ’66), artist Bob Q (The Green Hornet), colourist Jordie Bellaire, andContinue reading James Bond returns to Playboy for special comic story as part of “James Bond Origin”
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
On sale now from Dynamite Entertainment is a great-looking title penned by British author Rik Hoskin alongside the author of the books the series is based on, Pierce Brown – Red Rising: Sons of Ares. With art by Eli Powell (Yakuza Demon Killers, The 13th Artifact) the in-continuity series is inspired by the best-selling YA series Red Rising andContinue reading Red Rising: Sons of Ares out now from Dynamite Entertainment
On sale now in all good comic shops from Dynamite Entertainment is Vampirella #0, beginning the new series from Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton. Priced at only 25 cents in the US, and 20p in the UK, it’s also available for free as a digital Édition on ComiXology. Vampirella was last spotted in 2016 doingContinue reading New Vampirella series from Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton debuts